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[Walmart] [YMMV] ZeroWater 12 Cup Ready Pour Pitcher with Free TDS Meter $10

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[Walmart] [YMMV] ZeroWater 12 Cup Ready Pour Pitcher with Free TDS Meter $10

My Walmart seems like to have this item in clearance.

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=85151000608

Plenty left at Gerard Square Toronto
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I have one of the Zero pitchers the replacement filters are expensive
We have it because we are on a well and our water has a lot of dissolved solids
The Zero filter was the only filter that I could find that removes dissolved solids

Most people want a water filter to remove chlorine etc taste from municipal water
There are lots of cheaper options available if that is what you need
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billrush wrote: I have one of the Zero pitchers the replacement filters are expensive
We have it because we are on a well and our water has a lot of dissolved solids
The Zero filter was the only filter that I could find that removes dissolved solids

Most people want a water filter to remove chlorine etc taste from municipal water
There are lots of cheaper options available if that is what you need
Yeah. Checked the filter price, it’s not cheap. But will give it a try since it’s $10 with filter included.
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Oct 8, 2016
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billrush wrote: I have one of the Zero pitchers the replacement filters are expensive
We have it because we are on a well and our water has a lot of dissolved solids
The Zero filter was the only filter that I could find that removes dissolved solids

Most people want a water filter to remove chlorine etc taste from municipal water
There are lots of cheaper options available if that is what you need
I was just gonna say the same thing. A replacement filter for my pitcher, is like double or triple the cost of what I paid for the pitcher and filter to begin with.
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Oct 7, 2015
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I have been using Zerowater for a few years, and I am satisfied with it.
As for filter price, yes it is expense. But, I always buy 8 pack filters from Bed Bath and Beyond with 20% coupon, at any of the Mega Miles/Shop the block event with 20x airmiles. After all these, it ends up around $10 per filter.
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Wow that is a steal.. Great deal, the price you pay for the pitcher you basically get a free tester and filter.
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Sep 1, 2015
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I also love these filters. Are expensive though. Will check BB&B.

Update, just ordered, around 12$ with coupon(+Airmiles). Thanks x8ssJoe
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Seems to $10 only at the Gerrard location according to stocktrak
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I think zero water is a great option to filter your water, its filters are hard to beat in the counter top options if you have money to spend.

Zero TDS as you may read with the meter is great but doesn't account for organic matter as those testers determine TDS by testing the water using electric current. Organics like household solvents, pesticides, fuels, and bacteria wont be clearly evident using the testing meter. Zero water only lists metals and inorganics in their removal rates including only 44% of fluoride (on their site) which the city puts in our water system on purpose.

If anyone cares I'm using a reverse osmosis system.
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Vancouver area shows a price 44.98 and out of stock at all the locations near me, except for one that has limited stock.
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billrush wrote: I have one of the Zero pitchers the replacement filters are expensive
We have it because we are on a well and our water has a lot of dissolved solids
The Zero filter was the only filter that I could find that removes dissolved solids

Most people want a water filter to remove chlorine etc taste from municipal water
There are lots of cheaper options available if that is what you need
Why not go for a reverse osmosis system? A 5 stage (with a sediment filter first) would be cheaper than a Zerowater pitcher, that's for sure, and give you the same results. Generally you will use a Zerowater if you suspect lead or other heavy metals as it will remove them. Keep in mind you need a minimum water pressure for an RO system for it to work effectively.

For chlorine, check with your municipal water treatment plant and see if they use gas or chloramines. If gas, you can just boil a pot of water for 20 minutes. If not a Brita will do the job and is a lot cheaper.

Also to save on the Zerowater filter cost, Walmart and sometimes Amazon sell the 8 packs for $100.

Finally don't try and stretch out the Zerowater filter. It has a capacity and when used up your water will start smelling fishy. You can go a bit beyond what they recommend but no more than 10 ppm on the TDS meter, IMO.

Aside from ongoing cost Zerowater is an excellent product.
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Sep 1, 2015
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Wildfire wrote: how did you order online at that price?
Ordered filters with 20% off coupon at Bed Bath & Beyond. Came to 12$ each.
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Nice find OP... although every stores in my area have it for $45... Upvoted!

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