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ZeroWater 7-Cup Ready-Pour Water Filter Pitcher w/ Water Quality Meter EXPIRED

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Walmart has ZeroWater 7-Cup Ready-Pour Water Filter Pitcher w/ Water Quality Meter (ZD-007RP) on sale for $14.88. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free with Walmart+ (free 15-day trial) or on orders of $35 or more.

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Includes:
  • 7-Cup Pitcher w/ Ready-Pour
  • Filter Cartridge
  • Water Quality Meter
    • Measures the dissolved solids level (in PPM = parts per million) in your tap water before and after filtration

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    • This filter pitcher has received an average rating of 4.4 stars out of 5 based on 280 Walmart customer reviews.
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Walmart [walmart.com]has ZeroWater® 7 Cup Ready-Pour® Filtered Pour-Through Water Pitcher - Blue.
Original Price: $19.88
Sale Price: $14.88 [walmart.com]


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Had the bigger version. Started getting headaches so I stopped drinking this water. Headaches gone. GF started using it again and so did I. Headaches came back.

Said screw it, now have a water dispenser. Am happier.

Google zero water headaches.
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Having watched this video and bought another version of the ZeroWater filter and pitcher, what else should a person be filtering for in their water aside from Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)? Should a person be removing all dissolved solids from their water? This is what I think about as I drink water that tests 0 on the included tool.
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14.88 at amazon, tho OOS with october delivery.
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Having watched this video and bought another version of the ZeroWater filter and pitcher, what else should a person be filtering for in their water aside from Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)? Should a person be removing all dissolved solids from their water? This is what I think about as I drink water that tests 0 on the included tool.
No. There are several trace minerals that are beneficial for you in your water
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No. There are several trace minerals that are beneficial for you in your water
I agree, although, it pretty hard to determine what is in your water whether its "good" minerals or heavy metals. Might as well remove everything and get mineral addons from amazon or something?
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I wouldnt waste my money on one of these. Filters are too expensive and dont last long at all. Once the filters go bad, they make the water taste absolutely disgusting instead of just filtering less. Its much cheaper to just buy spring water
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How many gallons of water does it filter before I need to be replace it? Average?
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How many gallons of water does it filter before I need to be replace it? Average?
I have never tested out with gallons but mine lasted about 2.5 months depending on how much water is filtered and consumed.
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Had the bigger version. Started getting headaches so I stopped drinking this water. Headaches gone. GF started using it again and so did I. Headaches came back.

Said screw it, now have a water dispenser. Am happier.

Google zero water headaches.
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I wouldnt waste my money on one of these. Filters are too expensive and dont last long at all. Once the filters go bad, they make the water taste absolutely disgusting instead of just filtering less. Its much cheaper to just buy spring water
And where exactly are you getting this "spring water"? I worked for a major bottler, and all they do is bring water into the plant from a large valve (local tap water) run it through about 9 long filters, and then when they go to bottle it, they heat a plastic tube and spin it, the water is then introduced while the plastic has changed form and is still hot. How much of that hot plastic do you think seeps into the water?
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I wouldnt waste my money on one of these. Filters are too expensive and dont last long at all. Once the filters go bad, they make the water taste absolutely disgusting instead of just filtering less. Its much cheaper to just buy spring water
Arrowhead spring water?
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