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ZeroWater ZD-013 8-Cup Pitcher

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  • 8-cup Reservoir
  • Patented 5-stage dual-ion exchange filtration system
  • Certified to remove lead, chromium and mercury
  • Convenient space-saving design
  • One-hand Pull and Pour button spout to fill any bottle or cup
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  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001CUMLOK
  • Item model number: ZD-013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (548 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,085 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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With the ZeroWater Pitcher you can get cleaner, fresher water without tapping into your plumbing line, using bulky water coolers, and wasting your money on expensive bottled water. Thanks to an innovative five-stage filtration process, the ZeroWater Pitcher offers more complete water filtration than ordinary carbon filters. And for convenience, this pitcher neatly stores right in your refrigerator door.

This innovative, pitcher improves the taste and
healthfulness of your tap water.
A five-stage filtration process works to thoroughly
remove dissolved solids from water.
The included TDS meter ensures that you're
getting the best-tasting water possible.
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More Effective, Affordable, and Than Other Filters

Even if you live in a municipality that cleans or treats water, water can pick up chemicals on its way from the treatment plant to your faucet, giving your tap water a metallic or chlorinated taste. Water that's purified with a ZeroWater Pitcher, however, tastes the way water should: crisp, clean, and fresh.

Tested and certified by the Water Quality Association and NSF International for removal of several minerals, ZeroWater is the only filtration system that fits the FDA definition of purified bottled water. And at a fraction of the cost of ordinary carbon filters.

The ZeroWater pitcher not only improves the taste of your tap water, it also helps to improve the environment. When you use the ZeroWater Pitcher, you'll reduce your use of plastic water bottles that clog up landfills and harm ecosystems. You'll also contribute to water conservation, because unlike reverse-osmosis systems, ZeroWater is gravity operated and doesn't waste electricity or water.

Five-Stage Filtration System for Water That Scores a Perfect "000"

At the heart of every drop of water that's purified by a ZeroWater Pitcher is an independent, laboratory-calibrated water tester called a TDS meter. TDS stands for "Total Dissolved Solids" and represents the amount of dissolved substances that can negatively affect the way water tastes.

Unlike conventional gravity-fed or carbon water filters that remove only certain substances from your water, ZeroWater's patented Ion Exchange System with Five-Stage Technology provides the only filtered water to measure an absolute "000" on the TDS scale, which means that 100% of dissolved solids have been completely removed.

To help put this in perspective, meter readings for tap water average between 075 and 300. Conventionally filtered water measures between 030 and 500, and bottled water measures between 000 and 350. Unlike the alternatives, with ZeroWater you can be sure you'll get 100% great-tasting water.

Expected gallons
Use the TDS meter to determine how many gallons of
ZeroWater--water that measures an absolute "000" on
the TDS scale--you will get per filter. View larger.

Battery-Powered Meter Makes it Easy to Test Your Water

The beauty of the ZeroWater Pitcher is that you don't have to accept purity claims at face value. Test your water yourself with the included meter and watch as the zeros come together to ensure that you're getting the best-tasting water possible.Powered by two easy-to-replace 1.5-volt button cell batteries (included), this meter also lets you know the status of your filter. For instance, if your meter reads "006," it's time to replace the filter.

Sleek, Contemporary Design for Ease of Use

This single-chamber pitcher features a sleek, patent-pending design that allows for easy storage in your refrigerator door. For added convenience, a handy dispenser at the bottom of the pitcher's handle allows you to access water without removing the pitcher from the fridge.

What's in the BoxPitcher, one filter, and one TDS meter.

Product Description

Zero Water
Zero Water
This innovative, pitcher improves the taste and healthfulness of your tap water.

With the ZeroWater Pitcher you can get cleaner, fresher water without tapping into your plumbing line, using bulky water coolers, and wasting your money on expensive bottled water. Thanks to an innovative five-stage filtration process, the ZeroWater Pitcher offers more complete water filtration than ordinary carbon filters. And for convenience, this pitcher neatly stores right in your refrigerator

More Effective and Affordable Than Other Filters

Even if you live in a municipality that cleans or treats water, water can pick up chemicals on its way from the treatment plant to your faucet, giving your tap water a metallic or chlorinated taste. Water that's purified with a ZeroWater Pitcher, however, tastes the way water should: crisp, clean, and fresh.

Tested and certified by the Water Quality Association and NSF International for removal of several minerals, ZeroWater is the only filtration system that fits the FDA definition of purified bottled water. The ZeroWater pitcher not only improves the taste of your tap water, it also helps to improve the environment. When you use the ZeroWater Pitcher, you'll reduce your use of plastic water bottles that clog up landfills and harm ecosystems. You'll also contribute to water conservation, because unlike reverse-osmosis systems, ZeroWater is gravity operated and doesn't waste electricity or water.

Zero Water
A five-stage filtration process works to virtually remove all dissolved solids from water.

Five-Stage Filtration System

At the heart of every drop of water that's purified by a ZeroWater Pitcher is an independent, laboratory-calibrated water tester called a TDS meter. TDS stands for "Total Dissolved Solids" and represents the amount of dissolved substances that can negatively affect the way water tastes.

Stage 1: Activated carbon infused micro cloth

Stage 2: Multi-layer system using carbon and oxidation reduces alloy

Stage 3: Distributor that maximizes contact time

Stage 4: Comprehensive ION Exchange array

Stage 5: Non-woven membrane to remove fine particles

CERTIFIED CONTAMINANT REDUCTION

Brita
ZeroWater
LEAD
CHROMIUM, TRI AND HEXAVALANT
HYDROGEN SULFIDE
MERCURY
CHLORINE TASTE & ODOR

Unlike conventional gravity-fed or carbon water filters that remove only certain substances from your water, ZeroWater's patented Ion Exchange System with Five-Stage Technology delivers the only filtered water to measure absolute 000 PPM (parts per million) on the TDS meter. Compare that to the levels you’ll find in other filtered waters, most bottled waters and plain unfiltered tap water, all of which contain measureable amounts of dissolved solids. TDS meter readings for tap water in the US average between 190 and 200 PPM. Conventional filtered water measures between 030-500 PPM, and bottled water between 000-350 PPM.

Approximate quantity, in gallons, that a ZeroWater filter will provide based on the TDS level in your tap water:
TAP WATER TDS Description Quantity
No known municipalities N/A
Natural occuring only in a few cities. Can still have dangerous impurities such as lead. 40 gallons or more
Most water in the USA falls into this grouping. 25 to 40 gallons
Expect slightly lower capacity. 15 to 25 gallons
Most users will notice shorter filter life. 8 to 5 gallons
The highest TDS water. Expect lower capacity when reducing your water to 000. 8 gallons or less
Zero Water
The included TDS meter ensures that you're getting the best-tasting water possible.

Battery-Powered TDS Meter Makes it Easy to Test Your Water

The beauty of the ZeroWater Pitcher is that you don't have to accept purity claims at face value. Test your water yourself with the included meter and watch as the zeros come together to ensure that you're getting the best-tasting water possible.

Zero Water

Powered by two easy-to-replace 1.5-volt button cell batteries (included), this meter also lets you know the status of your filter. For instance, if your meter reads "006," it's time to replace the filter.

Sleek, Contemporary Design for Ease of Use

This single-chamber pitcher features a sleek, patent-pending design that allows for easy storage in your refrigerator. For added convenience, a handy dispenser at the bottom of the pitcher's handle allows you to access water without removing the pitcher from the fridge.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The water taste so much better than other filters I've used in the past.
Asia
First off, I've purchased thousands of products online and never sat down to review one, even though I constantly tell myself I'm going to.
Brett Davis
Then we noticed that the water started tasting rancid - sort of sour with a mild fishy smell.
K. Lee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

658 of 669 people found the following review helpful By JonQ York on May 4, 2010
This is an excellent product that does EXACTLY what it says it will do. However, just because it does remove so many contaminants doesn't necessarily mean your water's going to taste awesome. There are other factors that go into the taste of water. For instance, I find that Poland Springs water registers about 20-25 on the meter and personally it tastes better to me than my local tap water once it's been run through this filter and registers 0.

With that said, my tap water definitely tastes much better than it does at its natural reading of about 250! It really is hard to drink when it's unfiltered, but when it's filtered it's a pleasure to drink. Not perfect according to my personal taste, but definitely perfectly drinkable.

I wanted to address a few points others have made:

1. The time it takes to filter - yes, it does take awhile to filter. To fill the bottle, you have to fill the top part TWICE and let it filter through. I timed it tonight and it takes about 10-12 minutes to filter one round. So to fill the bottle would take between 20-25 minutes total. Well, once you know this - you can usually plan around it. I fill the top once and usually just let it sit while go off and do other things. I try to remember to come back anytime after about 15 minutes and fill it again.

Also, keep in mind that the reason it does take so long is because it's doing such a thorough job of filtering your water! If it didn't take as long it wouldn't be getting your water so clean.

2. One reviewer complained that after about 4 weeks his water began to taste fishy. He also said he didn't want to change the filter when the TDS meter read 6. He said he was willing to let it go to 150.
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360 of 369 people found the following review helpful By Ken Rider on September 4, 2009
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I read the reviews here before buying and they're pretty accurate...both the good and not so good.
ON THE PLUS SIDE, the Zero does a great job purifying. And it comes with a digital water tester, which has been very helpful. I used the tester to compare the Zero water with my unfiltered tap water, with my old Brita and with a friend's Pur. The Zero won hands down. The pitcher's capacity hasn't been a problem for our small family though, for four or more, it might not do as well. The Zero also has a small tap with a push button to let you pour the already-filtered water while waiting for the rest to come through. The feature is a nice idea.

ON THE DOWN SIDE, Zero is taller than standard pitchers - 11" high instead of 10" like my old Brita. The extra inch means I can't put it on the top shelf of my fridge. It's worth measuring first. The filter price is also steeper than Brita or Pur but it works better too, so it's a tradeoff that makes sense. The push-button tap on my first Zero broke after about 50 uses and once it broke, water just leaked out. I had to replace the whole pitcher and no longer use that feature. But the thing that has most disappointed is that the filters don't always let all of the water through. I've found this problem in about 1 out of every 3 filters. Even when I fill it up and leave it over nite, some of the water remains in the top compartment in the morning, despite having lots of room left in the pitcher. It's happened with new filters from several different lots, so I can't blame it on anything obvious. It's why I lowered my rating from 4-stars to 3. I'll raise it back up if the consistency improves.

I hope the Zero Water folks take some of the Amazon reviewers' good suggestions into account for their next model.
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283 of 311 people found the following review helpful By Jeffery L. Bunnell on June 17, 2009
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Most of us have had water filtration systems; either the under sink, mounts to faucet, or most commmonly, the filter-in-pitcher system. I saw this on a late night infomercial and was hooked. I will keep this review short and sweet:

Pluses: Nice attractive color, Spigot and valve ON the pitcher so no need to remove the pitcher from the fridge everytime you want some water, Zero-water meter is included (and can be stored IN the pitcher)

Minuses: Capacity could be greater. Filter is so massive that you go through the filtered water QUICKLY, especially if you have a larger family;
AND...the #1 drawback: This pitcher filters VERY SLOWLY. I am used to other Brita-type units and this is the slowest I've ever seen. Often when the pitcher is over half-full, and I fill the top reservoir, it doesn't drain completely after 3-4 HOURS. I have to keep a 1/2 gallon bottle in the refrigerator filled with cold filtered water since this filters so slowly.

So, great concept, water is fantastic, but pitcher filters way too slowly if you have a family larger than 2-3.
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75 of 82 people found the following review helpful By L. Wang on March 10, 2009
Great product. I was looking for something that would remove flouride that didn't involve tapping into a water line like reverse osmosis does. I was excited when I found this product and decided to give it a try. The water tastes great and I had no trouble getting a zero TDS reading on the first try. The dispenser at the bottom of the handle allows you to get water from the pitcher without having to even remove it from the fridge - very handy. The water does take a bit longer going through the filter than the Brita ones but not unbearably so. I'd highly recommend this product to anyone looking for a easy way to get cleaner water than what you can get from just a carbon filter.
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