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ZeroWater 23 Cup Pitcher

Zerowater 'S Filtered Water Dispenser, Better Tasting Water, 23 Cup Water Filter Pitcher, The Purest Tasting Water, Cleaner , Carbon Filtering, 5 Stage Water Filtration, Ion Exchange Technology

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BestViewsReviews analyzed 113,318 reviews for 72 products in the Pitcher Water Filters category.

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We analyzed a total of 4,945 reviews for this product out of which, 0 reviews were received in the last 6 months.

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The analysis indicates that around 50% reviews were positive while around 43% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for ZeroWater 23 Cup Pitcher

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This product received a total score of 7.65 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 10 features:

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  • Design
  • Easy to assemble
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  • What users have to say about ZeroWater 23 Cup Pitcher


    The water quality in my house is bad and the filter lasts one month, so I don't have to stop using it.


    I'm going to Walmart and other grocery stores to get this type of bottled water for them since I'm spending all my money on other things, and the cats will drink it.


    My friend just bought one, and she loves it, so make sure you get the correct size, but the tank/pitchers themselves are so easy to work with, and it's easy to clean.


    I have been using this water container for a couple of months now and I have to say it is very easy to clean and easy to store in your back pocket, especially if you are going to be using it for a long period of time.


    It's not really a big problem, but it's not nice. I would recommend washing out the black residue in between filter swaps, since it is technically "used" and may contribute to faster filter degradation if it feeds into a new filter.

    FAQ

    Q:

    Does zero water remove fluoride?

    A:

    They do filter out mercury, but there is no testing protocol for pharmaceutical filters, and the activated carbon in the system is designed to filter organic compounds which many pharmaceuticals have, so probably does help, but no guarantee.

    Q:

    Why does my water taste like fish?

    A:

    It's because the amount of trimethylamine released is affected by certain minerals and pH levels of the water source, which would explain why some people notice it and others don't.

    Q:

    What is the reason that water stays in the top all day?

    A:

    It gets air traped inside, so it's best to tap the filter on top untill the air bubbles go away.

    Q:

    Is the system able to removebacteria?

    A:

    The current system is meant to be used with municipally treated, potable water, but the current filter will not remove microbiological contaminants.

    Q:

    Does zero remove harmful substances from the water?

    A:

    The FDA recommends that you receive essential vitamins and minerals from a well-balanced diet, and not necessarily from water alone.

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