ZeroWater Leaves your Water at Zero TDS and Giveaway

I am an avid water drinker, but sometimes I wonder what is in my tap water. I have an artisan well which means water comes from deep in the ground, who knows what is lurking out there in the ground, seeping into my water I drink. Sure I try not to think that way, but some days I can’t help but wonder.

Meet the ZeroWater Filter pitcher system, this is the filter and it has become my best friend. Simply fill the reservoir of this pitcher with your tap water and watch as your water goes into the pitcher. What I was even more amazed about using this pitcher is that the water from my tap has a reading of 114 TDS (Total dissolveable solids) prior to going into this filtration system and when it comes out, it’s literally at 0 TDS. I really was not expecting it to go to 0 but it seriously did.

What I found most pleasing about this ZeroWater pitcher is that my daughter, who had no clue what this new pitcher was for, pushed the button filled her cup and took a sip of her water only to turn around and ask what’s up with this new pitcher? The reason she asked me is because she thought the water tasted more “crisp & fresh” than that of the cold water we keep in fridge direct from the tap in a water bottle. So, if her candid review without realizing what this pitcher was doesn’t tell you that this is a product worth having, then I don’t know what would.

I must add that my daughter also had a friend sleep over who had no clue what this pitcher was for and this friend of my daughter’s said she normally doesn’t drink water, but she drank water all day and night long from this pitcher while sleeping over at my house!

Overall, I am obviously extremely impressed with this water pitcher for it is one of the only pitchers I have received that the children had valuable feedback without even knowing that the water from the pitcher was indeed filtered better than straight from tap. The only con to this system is the reservoir, I do have three kids and five people total in the house which means I am often having to refill this pitcher. That is a small “con” compared to being able to encourage water drinkers in the family!

Get your Own ZeroWater Pitcher!

Head on over to purchase your own ZeroWater filtration system here.  If you use code MC30 you will save 30% off your purchase of a 10 cup ZeroWater Pitcher!  Connect with ZeroWater on Facebook.

Enter to Win Your Very Own ZeroWater Pitcher – Giveway ends at 12:01am EST on April 8, 2012.  Two lucky people will be randomly chosen to receive a 10 Cup ZeroWater Pitcher {1 per winner}.



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“I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of ZeroWater and received a water pitcher to facilitate my review, two pitchers to giveaway, and extra filters to thank me for taking the time to participate.”

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38 Comments

  1. would love to win this for my daughter who is pregnant and the TDS in her area reads 385 … cant be good 🙁

  2. For my zip (32504) it says 56, but the other zips in my area say 276 – so something is wrong since we ALL use the same water company! I DO know that where I live (Pensacola, FL) has been tested as having the WORST tap water in the nation! When you can actually SMELL the chlorine when turning on the faucet, you KNOW something is wrong ….

  3. Whenever I look up the TDS my computer freezes and I cant look it up. I think we are pretty good though. Thank you

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