I was super excited to be given the chance to review Zero Water 10 Cup Water Pitcher. I have been drinking filtered water for a long time through a different company’s pitcher because I think it’s important to drink fresh clean water and I didn’t want to keep buying bottles of water. It just seems wrong to keep purchasing bottles and growing my footprint. So when I heard that Zero Water states that they can get most of the dissolved solids out of my water I was all for giving them a try.
One really neat thing about Zero Water is that right on top of the pitcher is a water meter. It tests your water and lets you know if your pitcher is still able to filter out all the bad stuff. It should read 000 and when it reaches 006 you know it’s time to change filters. It’s super easy to use. Just turn it on and stick the tip into the glass of water and read. No problems there. Zero Water did test 000 so it was neat to see a company actually do what it claims to do.
I did a test where I compared water from Zero Water, my other filtered pitcher and my tap water to see what all the readings would say. My other pitcher read 042 and my tap water was 053. Not a whole lot of difference between my old pitcher and my tap water. I can taste a difference between all three water sources and like Zero Water the best.
A couple other features I like about the Zero Water pitcher is that it is ergonomic and that it has a pour spout on the bottom so if your kids don’t want to pull the pitcher out of the fridge they can just push the little button and get their water. The more convenient something is the more apt you are to use it so this is a great feature. Even though it holds 10 cups of water it is still fairly narrow and fits nicely into the fridge. I have a small old fridge so that is a must for me.
So now on to the super neat part for you! Zero Water has offered to give 2 lucky readers their own pitcher!!! Just enter the giveaway below for your chance to win one of these neat pitchers. You can also find Zero Water at most local retail stores.
One final exciting note is that right now Zero Water is offering a 30% off coupon! Just go to Zero Water and use code coupon code MC30, which will give them 30% off of a 10 CupZeroWater pitcher.
Here is my video review of the pitcher.
I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of ZeroWater and received a water pitcher to facilitate my review, two pitchers to giveaway, and extra filters to thank me for taking the time to participate. All opinions are my own.