We've been using a PUR gravity fed pitcher water filter system in our household for several years now, a decision that has weaned us off a bottled water addiction. Yet there's always been this sneaking suspicion that the pitcher's filter system was only doing a halfway decent job at filtering the water, especially compared to the expensive reverse osmosis systems we've occasionally pondering investing in.
So we were pleased to learn about a new player in the market of home water purification systems, and one with a measuring device. ZeroWater stands apart from other drinking water filtering systems by providing a digital TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) meter with every purchase.
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