Zero Water Filter Review

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I thought I knew what good water taste like, and this coming from a guy living on a ranch drinking well water in Jackson, Wyoming. That is until I tasted the water from ZeroWater Dispenser filtration 40-cup

5 Stage Water Filtration

Classy Water Filter Spot

ZeroWater Filter Tap | Photo Mike Hardaker Mountain Weekly News

What is it that sets the ZeroWater Dispenser apart from others on the market? ZeroWater uses a 5 stage filter that removes 99.6% of dissolved impurities in water (TDS) including Lead and Chromium. While the rest of the industry uses a 2 stage filter.

Filling the ZeroWater Dispenser is easy and straightforward.  Simply remove the stainless steel top and add water to the filtration area.  As the filter takes time to work, you will need to repeat this process 3-4 times to allow the water to reach the reservoir capacity of 320 oz or 40 cups of water.

The only hiccup with a filter and system like this is it takes a little bit longer to filter your water, which if you think about it is actually a good thing.

How Does 5 Stage Water Filter Work?

The 5 Stage Filtration works as follows:

  1. Removes suspended solids like dust and rust that make your water appear cloudy.
  2. Removes additional suspended solids.
  3. Removes pesticides, herbicides, Mercury, Chlorine, and Chloramine while stopping bacteria growth.
  4. Removes metals, nonmetals, and radiological contaminants.
  5. Remove remaining solids and holds the resin in place.

Are you still thirsty?

Perhaps you have hard water at home?  I do, or I did in the kitchen.  Now thanks to the ZeroWater 40-Cup Water Dispenser the water I drink at home is crisp, clean and free of any funky taste.

Another benefit of using the ZeroWater Dispenser at home is to cut down on our use of plastic water bottles.

Do yourself a favor and try this system out.

Not only does the ZeroWater Dispenser truly work, the bottle and stand look great sitting atop a kitchen counter. Best of all you can use this filtered water to stay hydrated, add to your coffee, tea and even for your dog bowl.

Ditch your plastic bottles and pick up the ZeroWater Dispenser ($74.99)

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About the Author

Mike Hardaker
Mike Hardaker grew up surfing and snowboarding in Orange County and followed his love of surfing to Hawaii before eventually moving to the mountains to concentrate on snowboarding. He went on to found Mountain Weekly News based in Jackson, Wyoming.

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