Sunday, April 22, 2012

ZeroWater 10 Cup Pitcher & TDS Water Meter Giveaway

Our town water supply is from the local lake. My family prefers the tap water in the winter vs. the spring and summer months. The water in the spring and summer always seems cloudy and taste "fishy." Most of the time we do have bottled water on hand for drinking. It is expensive but at least they are drinking water. We use to filter the water with a pitcher but it never seemed to take away the "fishy" taste. How about your water supply? Do you drink it? Do you filter it?
Our family got the chance to review a ZeroWater pitcher. I had never heard of this brand. Have you? The ZeroWater pitcher is an advanced home water filtration system that you use with your tap water. The filtration system is supposed to remove all of the dissolved solids from drinking water. ZeroWater pitcher comes with a TDS Meter which measures the total dissolved solids from drinking water. So not only does it claim to remove the dissolved solids but they also provide a meter for you to check.
My husband and youngest daughter read the filtration information and set up several different glasses to test our water. They tested our tap water and bottled water. The tap water had 133 and bottled water had 15 total dissolved solids. According to the ZeroWater literature, most water in the USA has this level and higher of dissolved solids. Once they filtered the water in the ZeroWater pitcher, they retested the water. It then measured 000 total dissolved solids! How amazing is that? 


We are really impressed with ZeroWater for providing a meter to allow us to check our water. The meter conveniently fits on top of the pitcher so it doesn't get lost (which it would around here with 3 teens.) The water was crystal clear and did not taste "fishy" once we filtered it with the ZeroWater pitcher. The pitcher is stylish, fits in the fridge and has a push button spout which allows water to easily come out without lifting the pitcher. I love that feature the most!


The water was so good, the cat even liked it! We had the water on the table, he was curious as to what we were doing and once we stepped away he cat tested the water and approved!
Want to learn more about the ZeroWater pitcher? Check out their Facebook page and website. All my readers can get 30% off a 10 cup ZeroWater pitcher. Go to this link, http://shopping2.zerowater.com/10cuppitcher.aspx and use the coupon code MC30, which will give you the 30% off your own 10 Cup ZeroWater pitcher.


You can also enter to win your own pitcher here on my blog. TWO readers will be selected to get their own pitchers. This is open to continental USA, only. 

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 I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour byMom Central Consulting on behalf of ZeroWater and received a water pitcher to facilitate my review, two pitchers to giveaway, and extra filters to thank me for taking the time to participate.

12 comments:

eclairre said...

223

M.j. said...

Mine is 144.......

Wild N Mild $$$ said...

31 is the closest to me
Jennifer Rote
wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

Andrea said...

Closest to me is 162.

andrea2russia@hotmail.com

island girl said...

Our water is over 400...blech! yes, we filter but not totally happy with ours! @littleislandstu

April @ PolkaDots n' PinkySwears said...

Ours is 135.

debijackson said...

my zip doesn't have a reading and i didn't check close to me

i want to win cuz i have very hard water

Wendy Rozema said...

my reading is 273!

Wendy Rozema said...

I would love to win this so my water tastes better!

nightowl said...

my reading is 140.

nightowl said...

I'd love to win because our water tastes metallic and so we don't drink as much as we should and this is eco-friendly, also.

katychick said...

our reading is 227
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