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Amazon has ZeroWater ZD-018 ZD018, 23 Cup Water Filter Pitcher with Water Quality Meter for $24.99

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Amazon has ZeroWater ZD-018 ZD018, 23 Cup Water Filter Pitcher with Water Quality Meter for $24.99
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003QXM3U8


Target also has it for the same price.
https://www.target.com/p/zerowate...A-80636771
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Created 08-02-2020 at 08:08 PM by babgaly
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Good price. But those filters by itself are are crazy expensive...
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Filters are too much
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Yikes filter avg $15 each.

About 3x more than brita
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This is huge, 23 freaking cups?!?!? are they reviving orphanages??!?!
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I've used Zerowater for about a year.

Best water I've tasted, filters are a bit expensive but I always order from bed bath and beyond with the 20% off, I think its $40 for the 4 pack.

Well worth the taste IMO.
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I have an older version of this and it works great. Holds enough water that we can fill multiple large water bottles without issue.

Regarding filter price I recommend just ignoring the digital tester. (this unit looks built in, mine has a seperate device you are supposed to stick in the water and test.) Eventually the filter will start draining so slowly that it takes forever to fill.This is when I swap them. probably once every 5-6 months.

I wouldn't get a unit this large unless you have a sink faucet that extends. Trying to cram it in the sink and fill it without making a mess would suck. We can fill ours while setting it on the counter which works great.
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I've had this one for years.
read that print out that comes with these. the most important thing to remember is that the replacement of your filter will depend on where you live.

depending on where you are, your water filter will be used up faster or however you want to state it. your water will have a fishy smell to it and that's when you need to for sure change the filter or should have been changed before it had that fishy smell.

either way, the pitcher is great, i love Zerowater's filters and the water taste clean (until you need to replace).

i also have the easy pour pitcher, and the best part of ZeroWater is that its the same filter so i know i can stock up and get the most of this pitcher and the easy-pour pitcher.


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I also have this unit. I love the water filtration, easily the best water I've tasted from a home filtration device. I prefer this unit to a pitcher because a.) I like room temp water, and b.) obviously, you've gotta fill it less frequently. Between myself, my partner, and a few small pets, a filter typically lasts us at least three months. I don't use the electronic tester, you can just taste when it's no longer filtering properly. I buy the filters in bulk once ever two or three years.

It's not obscenely large. It fits under our apartment's kitchen sink faucet, and when the filter reservoir is full, just put the lid on and move it. If we don't want to move the unit to fill it, we fill a pot and dump the pot in.

The only problem I've ever had with the unit is that the thumb push button popped off of a previous unit, rendering it useless and draining the water out. That unit was probably two or three years old. Even considering that, I would recommend ZeroWater to anyone who needs a countertop filtration system, or who uses a pitcher filtration system.
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Quote from CrimsonSeed1857
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I've used Zerowater for about a year.

Best water I've tasted, filters are a bit expensive but I always order from bed bath and beyond with the 20% off, I think its $40 for the 4 pack.

Well worth the taste IMO.
How long does a filter last?
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How long does a filter last?
I live in southern Illinois and it depends on a lot of factors.
In the winter a filter might last 60 days or more. In the summer when they are turning the water it might be about 20 days. The tds tester will let ya know what its at my brita filter only gets the the water to about 200 on its best day and zero gets it down to zero. I wait until it is about 200 before i change it or whenever i can taste the water.
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Don't throw away your filters! Recycle and get money back!
It only really pays off when you have 4 to return.

At your own Expense, USPS it back to them.
So get the cheapest usps price you can get, "if it fits , it ships"

Two Different Coupon Options (Dependent on the quantity you return)
1) Return (2-3) Full Size Filters –
ou will receive one (1) $10.00 Coupon Code (Coupon Valid on 4pk, 6pk, 8pk, 12pk or 16pk of filters)

2) Return (4 or more) Full Size Filters -
You will receive a $20.00 coupon code for every 2 filters we get back, i.e. 4 filters= (2) $10 coupon codes (Coupon Valid on 4pk, 6pk, 8pk, 12pk or 16pk of filters)

https://www.zerowater.com/docs/Ze...ng2020.pdf

The coupon is only valid for their site though.
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If your water is full of calcium, you'll be lucky to get a few days out of a filter. For a lot of people, these work great, but hard water eats up key parts of the filter and renders it useless well before other filter components would have been used up.

In other words, don't waste your money if you get water spots in the dishwasher.
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You need a sediment filter under your sink. Your filter will last more than 5 months. Reason it stops working is the sediment in your water clogs the filter.
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