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  • 10-cup reservoir
  • Patented 5-stage dual-ion exchange filtration system
  • Certified to remove lead, chromium and mercury
  • Convenient space-saving design
  • Built-in tds meter holder
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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.



Five-Stage Filtration System

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

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

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.

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

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.

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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.

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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.

Product Details

User Manual Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 5.9 x 10.7 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0073PZ6O0
  • Item model number: ZP-010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (733 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #924 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.

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Customer Reviews

This review is about the design.
It tasted good, by which I mean it tasted like water: clean, clear, and no "flavor".
Gina Badalaty
The water tastes so much better than tap.
Kelly Grant

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

209 of 211 people found the following review helpful By JLJ on April 3, 2014
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ZeroWater is the reigning King of low-cost water filtration devices.
Seeing your water purity go from 150.00 to 250.00 PPM of contaminants, down to literally "0.00" is exciting.
No other affordably-priced water filters can do that. I give it "Five Stars" for quality and affordability.

However, there is a "dirty little secret" that ZeroWater desperately hopes you don't discover:
... how to make their water filters last 10 to 20 times as long, without sacrificing water purity at all.
I will tell you the secret:

The company makes its money on selling you $10 replacement water filters that only last about 30 to 50 gallons,
and then the water impurity level starts to read more than "0.06" (the company-recommended filter-change interval).
For most couples or small families... that means a new $10 filter about every month.

Wait a minute! You mean that this filter purifies my tap water from over 150.00 PPM down to a negligible 0.06 PPM,
and at that point... while the filter is still operating at OVER 99.9% EFFICIENCY... I'm supposed to discard it,
and buy another of your $10 filters? Because 99.9%+ purity is somehow "unacceptable"? That's crazy perfectionism!

Here is the SECRET to maintaining a purity rating of under 0.06 PPM for a whopping 10 to 20 TIMES as long as the projected
30 to 50 gallons per filter... to get instead several hundred gallons per filter replacement:

Step One: Buy ZeroWater's big 23-Cup Filter Device (Item # ZD-018) for less than $40 on Amazon.

Step Two: Buy ZeroWater's 10-Cup Pitcher Filter (Item # ZP-010) for less than $30 on Amazon.

Step Three: "THE SECRET CYCLE"...
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407 of 421 people found the following review helpful By Eduardo Neecha on September 12, 2012
I chose this brand of water filter after reading reviews here and also on Consumer Reports Online, of which I am a paid subscriber. CR recommends the ZeroWater filters and Clear2O filters; unfortunately, the latter company is no longer in business. I noted that neither Brita nor Pur were recommended, even though these two brands are probably the most widely sold/known.

Also, unlike some competing filters, the plastic pitcher of the ZW is BPA-free.

Price was in the same ballpark for the pitcher, but the filter cartridges are admittedly more expensive.

So far I have been very happy with the performance of this product. Of course, my tap water tested at a relatively clean 75, despite the tester's geographical map claiming that my state averaged 300-400! I suspect the tester company prefers to use the highest number for each state in order to cover their backsides.

In any case, due to the already low TDS score of my tap water, I am keeping my fingers crossed that the filters will last the claimed 25-40 gallon range. If not, I will return it to the local store where I bought it since I made sure to keep the sales receipt.

Otherwise I have had none of the problems that some reviewers are complaining about, though I have to agree that the second water does filter more slowly on the second quart (when the pitcher is half full with the first quart already filtered) but that's ok, I plan to keep a couple of glass quart bottles around for storage so that I will only need to filter one additional quart at a time. I like the looks of the pitcher, it's ergonomically pleasant. Haven't used the push spout because I prefer to simply pour from the top, and it works fine that way already.
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110 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Mark Tuters on January 7, 2014
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I was excited about this product as a replacement for the Brita pitcher I was using and was quite pleased when it first arrived and filtered as advertised. I was so happy with it that I even threw out it's predecessor after testing the water output and seeing that the Brita (which admittedly was in need of a filter change anyway) couldn't come close in filtration to it. The tap water at the time was reading 200 on the included meter and came out around 160 from the Brita and 0 with this. Goodbye Brita I found my new Pitcher! Or so I thought.

Less than 3 weeks later the water developed an awful almost acidic taste to it, so I busted out the trusty meter they included and tested again. The water from the tap was at this point reading 180 impurities and after going through this filter is spiked to over 300! I dumped out the pitcher, rinsed it as well as the collection area for filtration and allowed it to filter again, I did this several times assuming the problem may have been some bad water that came through the pipes and still despite going in from tap water in the 180s was coming out over 300.

Needless to say I was none too happy, a filters ability to clean the water may degrade overtime but in no way should it be making it worse than how it went in. I e-mailed the company inquiring as to how it is possible that their filters are making the water worse and if this was normal after such light usage (less than 3 weeks from a single guy who between work and working out isn't home much especially around the holidays, and the first week I filtered water through the Brita before pouring it into the collector in this unit!).
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