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ZeroWater ZJ-003 Filtration Water Cooler Bottle with Electronic Tester, Filters Included

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  • No more expensive deliveries of bottled water.
  • No more storing and lifting heavy 5-Gallon bottles
  • Fits on most standard coolers.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 11 x 15.5 inches ; 5.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001CUQ0EW
  • Item model number: ZJ-003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,294 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Product Description

Zero Technologies 4.5 Gal. Bottle w/2 Filters4.5 Gal. Bottle w/ 2Filters and Free TDS Meter

From the Manufacturer

The ZeroWater Filter Bottle Water Cooler Bottle replaces bottled water service so you: Save money, Do not need to schedule delivery of water, Do not need to store or lift heavy 5-gallon bottles.Unlike conventional gravity-fed water filters, ZeroWater’s patented 5-stage ion-exchange filter delivers the only filtered water to measure absolute 000 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 measurable amounts of dissolved substances. Meter readings for tap water average between 75 and 300. Conventional filtered water measures between 030-500, and bottle water between 000-350. The Bottle Filtration Syster Come with the following products: The unique two-chamber Bottle Filtration System with lid that fits any standard water cooler. The Filter Bottle comes with: Two ZF-201 filter cartridges that remove contaminants that cause water to have an unpleasant taste; and An independently made TDS Meter to give you peace of mind that your ZeroWater filter cartridges are working properly. It also lets you know when to replace the filters. When your water starts reading "006" it's time for a change.

Customer Reviews

We bought the Zero Water Cooler Bottle, Filters and Tester and love it.
Michael J. Kopp
Unless you have lots of time and money to replace and clean the filters every couple of weeks, I'd advise NOT buying this product.
Kelly in Madison, WI
After a month the filtered water has developed a smell and taste that reminds me of a fish pond or dirty pool.
AprilC

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

168 of 178 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 5, 2009
We loved our zero water system. After a few months the water started tasting funny and had a foul fishy smell. The meter tested the water under 6 so we knew the filters should still be good. We changed the filters any way, way before time. Still fishy smell. I cleaned the filtration bottle. Still the same. It wasn't till I took apart the stand the water filtration was on that I discovered a film of slime in our cooler. At the time we had one of those cold/hot dispensers a few feet tall. I mean I really had to take it apart and check every palce the water went. After I did that, the smell went away. A few months later it came back. Took it apart and slime again. We changed the water filtration to a countertop no cold/hot type holder and havn't had any problems since. The filters last many months now. Also if you put water in the filtration system above the middle white ring....it will leak. Water is meant to only be stored in the lower 1/2 of the system.
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59 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth J. Meder on March 25, 2010
I've been buying bottled water for years and was kinda getting tired of always hauling the cases of water around. Then my girlfriend talked myself and one of my children into a diet that included drinking a large quantity of water a day, so I decided it was time to switch to the 5-gallon bottles and a dispenser. Found a wonderful stainless dispenser at [...] that makes hot water hot enough for tea and cold water just right for drinking. So now I have to mess with the 5-gallon water bottles. This basically gave me, I thought, 3 options. Having a water delivery service (very expensive), picking up 5-gallon water bottles pre-filled at a place like Home Depot, or taking the empty water bottles in to Wal-Mart and for $2.00 a bottle, refilling them myself. All of these options required that I have storage for a couple empties, and all of them have varying degrees of annoyance. Then while walking through the Home Depot I came across the Z-bottles by ZeroWater. Seemed like the answer to all of my problems.

So, I bought the bottle and hooked it up. Went easily into the new water dispenser and immediately started making water. I personally really like the taste of the water. I have one daughter who belives it tastes metallic, and a couple other household members who really like it. If you think about it, Dasani starts with purified water (000) then adds stuff to it for flavor, so not real surprising that the flavor is not something enjoyed by all, though I myself am real happy. Would be nice if the ZeroWater people could come up with a second type of filter that would add back some stuff to improve that flavor back to a Dasani flavor or something (believe I heard that Dasani measures like 039 parts per million of total disolved solids.

Anyway, for me, this Z-bottle is the way to go.
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93 of 101 people found the following review helpful By JS on July 29, 2010
I wanted to add my opinion on Zero Water filtration system. I bought this system at Target for [...] + tax. Before I installed it, I read up on it, and I'm aware of possible high filter costs, but whenever I get billed [...] for every 5 gallon bottle of water from Sparkllets, I feel like I get ripped off.

Before I installed the Zero water system, water from Sparkellet read at 10-11, which is far better than Fullerton City water, which read at over 350!. I installed the system on 7/28/10, and the installation was fairly easy, washing the whole system was not very difficult either. I just tested the water, and the meter does read 0, and the water tastes great!

I did over fill the reservoir this morning, and my wife was unhappy because of the mess, but it was because I put too much water in there. I thought the water I put in was enough to top off the reservoir, but it's better to leave some room so you don't make a mess like I did.

We go though about 10 gallons of drinking water in 2 weeks, so I'm hoping the filters will last me at least 2 months. If it does, the filter system would pay for itself. And hopefully, if the filters can last 2-3 months in the future, I would be saving money on water and won't worry about breaking my back replacing the 5 gallon bottles.

I'll keep you all informed if anything happens with the system.

Update: 8/11/10

It's been 2 weeks, and the meter still reads 0. No smell. No more spills. We're going through about 1-2 gallons a day, with 4 adults and 2 kids. We make at least 10 cups of coffee/day, use the water to cook and drink. So according to my calculation, we've at least gone through 15-20 gallons of water in 2 weeks. That's a saving of [...] so far compared to sparklletts.
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93 of 108 people found the following review helpful By arcoiris on January 1, 2009
At first the water tasted fine and we were happy, but after about a month and half we noticed a fishy odor in the water itself (while the water tester was still reading zero). There are only two of us so I have trouble believing we could use up the filters that quickly and besides the water tester indicates the water is still clean each time the smell occurs. I looked on the Zerowater website and found no information about foul odors. I contacted customer service and all they could say was "sorry you're dissatisfied". We've had to replace the expensive filters every month and a half and my husband cleans and airs out the entire system each time he replaces the filters (which we have had to do 4 times now). Now we are very dissatisfied with the product and frustrated because we don't want to keep lugging home water and buying more plastic bottles. Personally, the smell is so gross that even after the filters are changed I'm hesitant to drink the water.
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