New Product Review
Living in a very hardwater region of the UK, cloudy drinking water and limescale-encrusted appliances are sadly the norm, so I was thrilled at the offer to review the new Zerowater water filter, which reduces 99.6% of all total dissolved solids in drinking water.
Having tested the filter I am pleased to confirm that it does indeed deliver sparkling clear and very pure tasting water, which also passed the test with my Dutch partner, who hails from one of the best regions of Europe for drinking water.
As it says on the tin, Zerowater removes 97% of lead, 96% of mercury, 95% of chlorine and even 97% of asbestos, which is often displaced from old and ageing water pipes. The filter is so powerful that on average it removes 95% of all metals compared to 68% from well-known rivals in the market. Zerowater even removes 68% of all inorganics, compared to 33% from rival brands.
Zerowater gets such good results via its 5-stage filter – most other drinking water filters in jug dispensers have 2-stage systems. Zerowater’s patented technology eliminates the need for pricey and environmentally undesireable bottled water (too much plastic) whilst ensuring your tap water is pure. The 12-Cup Zerowater jug comes with a free TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) reader.
Some areas of the UK have readings of more than 300 and my own tap water scored a whopping 275. When water is filtered through the Zerowater filter it will score 0, Meaning you can enjoy great-tasting pure water at home.
The Zerowater 12-Cup Filter costs £39.99 from Zerowater.co.uk