ZeroWater Pitcher Review

Most of us would like to believe that our tap water is safe, but just how safe is it? Now before you start freaking out, keep in mind that public water systems are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). The unfortunate part is that no matter what rules and regulations are set by the EPA, your water will most likely contain some sort of containment(s).

Having said that, I am so glad that I was sent a 6-Cup ZeroWater Pitcher to review. According to the ZeroWater website, my local drinking water has a total dissolved solids (TDS) score of 232. Yuck! Even with the use of a filtration system, my water has always tasted a bit off. Seeing the TDS score makes me realize why! There is hope though...
The newly designed 6-Cup pitcher has the same powerful filtration system from Zero Technologies which removes 99.9% of dissolved solids but in a new, convenient space-saving design that fits perfectly on desk or table. The one-hand pull-and-pour button spout makes it easy to fill any bottle or cup. To complement the sleek design, the pitcher has a new Filter Change Indicator that lights up when the filter is ready to be changed and an underneath water filter assembly to ensure that the water passes through the filter and not around it.

The pitcher is very easy to use and definitely results in great tasting water! In fact, ZeroWater is the only water filter that meets the FDA definition for TDS in purified water. Finally my water tastes like...well...nothing! That may be funny to read but I can't explain to you how refreshing it is to not have an aftertaste from my water. I would have to say that the most noticeable difference I discovered was in my coffee -- bye bye bitter taste, hello amazing cup of Joe! Overall, I am quite pleased with this system and will be purchasing a larger ZeroWater dispenser in the near future.

Buy It:
The ZeroWater 6-Cup Filter Pitcher can be purchased at or find other retailers here

Frugalicious Mommy Disclosure: ZeroWater provided me with their 6-cup pitcher for this review. I was allowed to keep the product, but the opinion I am sharing remains my own. No monetary compensation was received for this post.

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