Zero Water Review – Filtered Water Dispenser

I try and live a healthy lifestyle where I can, and hydration is a key part of staying healthy. I had the chance to review Zero Water which is a water filtration system that aims to remove virtually all dissolved solids that may be left over from public water systems or even leached into your water from piping.

ZeroWater reduces 99.6% of all total dissolved solids in your drinking water, delivering the purest tasting water within minutes. Metals, salts, pesticides and organic compounds are all reduced with their patented 5 stage filter.

Zero Water sets itself apart from the competitors with both a great 2 purpose jug/dispenser and also its filtration system.

Dispenser

The great feature of the jug compared to others is the rear dispenser tap which lets you sit the jug into the fridge and easily fill your glass without taking the whole unit out of the fridge.

zerowater jug rear dispenser

Zero Water Filtration System

zerowater 5 stage filtration system

Where most alternatives use a 2 stage filtration system, Zero Water uses a premium 5 stage Ion Exchange Technology as opposed to a simple carbon-only water filter, to provide the purest tasting water possible and zero ‘total dissolved solids’ (TDS) – drinking water typically contains 220ppm of TDS.

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zerowater 5 stage filtration system for zero tds

Each filter removes 18,000 milligrams of dissolved solids which for a typical water area means the jug should be able to filter about 95 to 150 litres of water per filter.

Filtered water is also far more environmentally friendly than buying bottled water as you use less disposable plastic.

Summary

Overall this is a great product, that provides cleaner, better tasting water than many alternatives on the market. Prices starting at £24.99 it’s great value too!

>> Find out more information, and buy online at Zero Water UK

You can also buy ZeroWater jugs and filters on Amazon UK from just £24.99

Written By: Rob Gordon

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