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

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Walmart has ZeroWater 7-Cup Ready-Pour Water Filter Pitcher w/ Water Quality Meter (ZD-007RP) on sale for $12.88. 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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Walmart.com [walmart.com] has 7 Cup ZeroWater Ready-Pour 5-Stage Ion Exchange System Filtered Pour-Through Water Pitcher w/ Water Quality Meter (Model: ZP-007RP, Blue) for $12.88. Choose Free Store Pickup @ Walmart where available or shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (Free 30 day trial [walmart.com]) or on orders $35+
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jrewing asked this question on 06-14-2022 at 09:19 AM
06-14-2022 at 02:53 PM
Comes with one filter. They sell generic filters at Amazon. But the original zero water filter is pretty good. It’s 3 stage and makes everything zero.
06-15-2022 at 06:54 AM
If you scroll throw the images it shows included 3 filters
06-21-2022 at 12:22 PM
It actually only comes with one. I ordered 3 of them....
paulyshore asked this question on 06-21-2022 at 09:48 AM
06-21-2022 at 09:48 AM
Mine remain good for years. My tap water is at 56ppm. It almost makes me wonder if something is wrong with my TDS meter.

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Been using these daily for years. Everything is better, ice, coffee, etc.

My tap water in LA has 395 PPM of dissolved solids, my San Diego house is 225. A Brita is around 85. My RO system is 28. Bottled water is around 60+, but they add minerals. This is literally ZERO.

Each filter lasts about a month, depends on how bad your water is to start with.

This should come with one filter, and probably a TDS meter. Basically making the pitcher free.

Drawback is the pitcher, water can spill out from the top. Better off with the countertop version, less refilling too.
Nope. It's only 1 filter. I bought the same one (SKU 864700811) multiple times before.

Don't trust the photo.
I work in this industry. This filter technology is not new. This is basically a home version of what most laboratories use to generate deionized water. This is overkill for home use, as general consensus is that water with zero TDS is not particularly good for human consumption.

This filter uses a form of ion exchange technology. It captures TDS from the water and releases H+ and OH-, which ends up as H2O. This is not new, it is just marketing this for home use. In large scale applications you can regenerate the resin and reuse it. This appears to be pretty wasteful in just throwing it away.

One concern I have for this technology is that if you use this filter long enough the resin gets full and will start to release some of the contaminants it removed. I saw a comment from someone saying he uses this for arsenic removal, that is a situation that might make me think twice and be diligent about swapping these out before they reach breakthrough.

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It comes with 3 filter~~~ Great
Is it really 3 filters? It doesn't say anything in description. Only a picture shows that - is that a mistake I wonder
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Been using these daily for years. Everything is better, ice, coffee, etc.

My tap water in LA has 395 PPM of dissolved solids, my San Diego house is 225. A Brita is around 85. My RO system is 28. Bottled water is around 60+, but they add minerals. This is literally ZERO.

Each filter lasts about a month, depends on how bad your water is to start with.

This should come with one filter, and probably a TDS meter. Basically making the pitcher free.

Drawback is the pitcher, water can spill out from the top. Better off with the countertop version, less refilling too.
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It comes with 3 filter~~~ Great
Nope. It's only 1 filter. I bought the same one (SKU 864700811) multiple times before.

Don't trust the photo.
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You should add the name Zerowater to the title. That's what this is. I have these at home and in the office. Total game changer. Removes all dissolved solids and even some forever chemicals.
from their website " ZeroWater's 5 Stage Ion Exchange Filter is the only pour-through water filter NSF certified to reduce lead, chromium, and PFOA/PFOS. It also removes 99.6% of all dissolved solids from your tap water – more than any other leading brand."
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replacement filters are hella expensive, luckily our tap water is relatively clean.
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How much is a filter for one of these? Do they sell generic filters other than the Zero Water filters for these as well?
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I have pretty tasty, good tap water, but I just want this for storing cold water in the fridge, lol. Thanks, OP.
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Been using these daily for years. Everything is better, ice, coffee, etc.

My tap water in LA has 395 PPM of dissolved solids, my San Diego house is 225. A Brita is around 85. My RO system is 28. Bottled water is around 60+, but they add minerals. This is literally ZERO.

Each filter lasts about a month, depends on how bad your water is to start with.

This should come with one filter, and probably a TDS meter. Basically making the pitcher free.

Drawback is the pitcher, water can spill out from the top. Better off with the countertop version, less refilling too.
Forgive me but I find this hard to believe, but it do seems like you measured.. reverse osmosis removes even salt. If what you said is true why are desalination plants not loading up with this technology and how can gravity be enough when RO is supposedly less effective but requires much greater pressures?

Anyway not saying you're wrong… just doesn't work out in my head. I'll do some research I guess?

Edit: even the product page says this removes 99.6% of dissolved solids. That's a lot, but it's not 100% as your post implies. So I'm still confused
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We want deal for filters instead
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Forgive me but I find this hard to believe, but it do seems like you measured.. reverse osmosis removes even salt. If what you said is true why are desalination plants not loading up with this technology and how can gravity be enough when RO is supposedly less effective but requires much greater pressures?

Anyway not saying you're wrong… just doesn't work out in my head. I'll do some reason I guess?

Edit: even the product page says this removes 99.6% of dissolved solids. That's a lot, but it's not 100% as your post implies. So I'm still confused
Test the water after, I've seen these pop 0 on TDS meters.
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Good luck getting a Walmart employee to price override from their own website!!! Mine scanned at $20+, I showed them THEIR OWN website and customer service refused to sell it to me for the lower price!!!!
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Is it really 3 filters? It doesn't say anything in description. Only a picture shows that - is that a mistake I wonder
The description states that "All ZeroWater® devices include one filter cartridge and one water quality meter that is used to measure the dissolved solids level...", so it is 1 filter instead of 3 like one of the pictures has it. I wish it is 3 filters as well. I would have ordered several if it is 3 filters.
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