Friday, August 5, 2011

Essential Guide To Great Summer Fitness: ZeroWater 10-cup Pitcher {Review & Giveaway}

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When it comes to exercise and fitness, one key aspect is to stay appropriately hydrated. What I didn't realize was that water straight from the tap or even via a water bottle isn't as clean and purified as it can and should be for proper hydration. Thanks to ZeroWater, I can get refreshingly tasty water. 

About ZeroWater

The ZeroWater® technology was first developed to solve a mother’s fatigue from dragging gallons of bottled water jugs home from the grocery store. A father and son put their respective manufacturing and chemistry backgrounds to use to develop an in-home water filtration solution to meet the mother’s approval.

That quest led them to an in-depth study of the technologies successfully used in industrial, environmental, and even government applications for water filtration.

Design and testing began and  through a great deal of trial and error, a design construct was finally chosen that combined the right sophisticated filtration mediums, in the right proportions, in the right sequence, with the right flow to ensure maximum filtration and full use of the superior filter materials.

The quality of the resulting filtered water tested extremely superior to anything the family had seen available in stores for in-home use. In addition, the water even tested as good as or better than the water from many industrial or commercial filters.

The underlying hope behind the ZeroWater® technology was that the in-home drinking water solution that satisfied one family so many years ago could be the solution for many families today that have an even stronger desire and need for in-home filtration to save money, help the environment and provide the very best in water for their families and friends.

ZeroWater Pitcher features:

  • 10-cup reservoir
  • One-hand Pull & Pour-button spout to fill any bottle or cup
  • Underneath water filter assembly to ensure water passes through filter and not around filter
  • Convenient space-saving design
  • Built-in TDS Meter holder

Zerowater 5-Stage Dual Ion-Exchange Filter Features:
  • Patented 5-Stage Dual-Ion Exchange filtration system
  • Removes virtually all dissolved solids in your water
  • The only water filter in its class that meets FDA definition for TDS in purified bottled water.
ace and friends thoughts 

water spout option
First, I love the ability to create my own filtered water. The ZeroWater system was very easy to assemble directly out of the box. Although the water reservoir is easy to fill, the actual water filtration process took some time and you also needed to fill the water reservoir a second time to fill the 10-cup pitcher completely. The water from the ZeroWater pitcher definitely did have a more {clean} taste than the tap and bottle water that I compared it against. What I also admired about the pitcher was the ability to pour it directly from the pitcher itself or use the spout to refill reusable water containers. The TDS meter stored easily on the top of the pitcher {genius}, which was wonderful, since we have been known to misplace small important parts to other things in our house. Finally, my only issue with the pitcher itself is it is larger in size and takes up quite a bit of space in the refrigerator. Final Thoughts: Easy to use and creates refreshing delicious water.

pitcher w/TDS meter storage

Here is what was included:

  • 10-Cup ZeroWater pitcher
  • Zerowater Ion Exchange water filter
  • TDS meter to measure dissolved solids in your water ($29.99 Retail Value)
  • User Manual
  • $35 in coupons for future filter purchases

Buy It

ZeroWater's 10-cup pitcher system can be purchased from their website for $37.99 
or go HERE to find a retailer near you.

Win It 

One LUCKY *ace and friends* reader will win their very own
ZeroWater 10-cup Water Pitcher


[Product review & giveaway disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free from the manufacturer of a PR Agency. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising." See ace and friends Disclosure Policy HERE.]
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