One Savvy Mom ™ | NYC Area Mom Blog: ZeroWater® Pitcher Review & Giveaway (Ends 7/4)

ZeroWater® Pitcher Review & Giveaway (Ends 7/4)

A Little Bit About Zero Water Filtration
ZeroWater water filters utilize a patented 5 stage Ion Exchange system that removes 100% of detectable dissolved solids and provides more complete filtration than conventional carbon water filters. ZeroWater is the ONLY filtered water that meets the FDA definition for purified bottled water. In side by side tests, ZeroWater scores a perfect 000 for detectable dissolved solids as measured by a TDS (Total Disolved Solids) meter. Products include pitcher water filters, cooler systems, replacement water filter cartridges and laboratory grade TDS meters. * Filtered potable tap water tested by an independent lab (not the FDA) to meet specifically the water quality requirements for using the label "purified." †Compared to water produced by leading gravity fed filters.
(Pictured above:ZeroWater Pitcher with built in tap)
            Our Experience with the ZeroWater Picther My family drinks alot of water, and the city water that comes out of my tap is not served with confidence in my house. I usually offer bottled water of some sort, generally purchased by the gallon. On occasion when I do drink the tap water, it is full of chlorine with overpowering tastes (and smells). We recently had the opportunity to review the ZeroWater Pitcher. Upon receiving the ZeroWater pitcher I opened it right up, as I was curious to see if it would really work. With the included TDS meter & pitcher in hand I scurried off to the kitchen. I filled the picture by filling up a glass and pouring the water into the top reservoir.....but not before testing what came out of the tap first! I dipped the water meter into a glass of the tap water and was shocked to see that the water that is coming out of my tap tested at 169 with the TDS meter! While I was waiting for the water to filter through the ZeroWater Pitcher, out of curiosity I tested our bottled water (a popular name brand spring water). The bottled spring water tested at 64.  After about 10 minutes the Zero Water Pitcher had filtered a full pitcher of water. Going in it was 169.....filtered, it measured in at 000, just as it stated it would! ZeroWater tastes great, and has replaced my families use of bottled water completely. When I am going to be out and about I fill up our reusable water bottles with the built in tap on the pitcher, and we're set! I love finding products that do what they say they will, and ZeroWater is one of them. You can find ZeroWater filtration products direct at and at a variety of Retailer's.
My Thanks to ZeroWater for providing the product for review.
ZeroWater has been very kind to offer 1 Lucky reader a ZeroWater Pitcher of their own!
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Entry to this giveaway ends at 12pm PST JULY 4, 2010. Winner's are chosen randomly through The winner will be announced on the top of this post, and contacted through email. The winner will have 48 hrs. to respond or another winner will be chosen.
DISCLOSURE: I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed in this post are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255