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  • Quality of water during lifespan4 votes
  • science of product2 votes
  • Limited lifespan of filter7 votes
  • High cost4 votes
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  • Jan 22
  • Products
  • Tampa, Florida
  • Positive Experience
  • 289
  • REVIEW RATING 5/5

I love the Zero Filter system. We get between 20-25 gallons of filtered water from one filter. Go buy 25 gallons of water and compare costs. You must change filter! We change filter when the tester reaches 6 or higher. Don't change the filter and it will smell awful at some point. The complaints I see are from the users not changing the filters. And I don't believe most of the complaints from... Read more

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I only drink water & 1cup of coffee / day. After about 4 to 6 weeks the water starts smelling & tasting like rotten fish. The water in Calgary tests about 160 ppm. Add comment

  • Jan 11
  • Utility
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Water Filter
  • 458
  • REVIEW RATING 5/5

These filters are weird. One filter will last three to four weeks. Another filter may last three to four days. Our water is crappy, but consistently crappy, 260ppm, so I don't understand the variation in their product. Once the water goes above .09 (yes I know you are supposed to change it at .06) the water starts to taste lemony/chemically tainted as others have mentioned. I really don't think a... Read more

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  • Jan 11
  • Utility
  • San Jose, California
  • Positive Experience
  • 668
  • REVIEW RATING 5/5

I had a filter go bad in just about 3 weeks. I was pissed but then I started doing a bunch of research. Looking at ZeroWater's website, reviews, etc. ZeroWater themselves says if the TDS is 200-300 (mine is 270), that you can only expect 15-25 gallons before filter failure. It turns out much of the country / state has bad water. I live in San Jose, California and all the readings in this area are... Read more

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  • Jan 05
  • Utility
  • Riverside, California
  • Zerowater 23 Cup Dispenser
  • 1
  • 1
  • 530
  • REVIEW RATING 5/5

The filters in my zerowater pitcher and container will not allow water to pass through, without puncturing the top layer of filter, which will then allow the air bubbles to be released and the water to drain through. Zerowater advised me to tap the filter, which was not a remedy. So, daily, sometimes each time the water is poured into the receptacle, the top filter layer needs to be punctured... Read more

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  • Dec 29, 2014
  • Utility
  • Cumming, Georgia
  • 3
  • 3
  • 463
  • REVIEW RATING 5/5

Best water filter available. Sounds like idiots got ahold of your site Read more

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  • Dec 22, 2014
  • Utility
  • Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Water Filter
  • 1
  • 1
  • 58
  • REVIEW RATING 4/5

Bought this filter and it worked for just a week, water started tasting funny I had to dispose off the filter, nice design but it doesn't last, won't recommend to anyone. It's sitting in my kitchen now wasting space. Read more

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  • Dec 19, 2014
  • Utility
  • Belleview, Florida
  • Cooler Filter
  • 731
  • REVIEW RATING 5/5

I bought a zero water cooler filter couple years ago. The filter idea worked great. the problem is that at least once a week the thing would leak gallons of water all over the place causing much damage. For a long time I thought it was the house keepers over filling it. Well that was not the case. I called the company and they have admitted that the product is defective. They were glade to send... Read more

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  • Dec 18, 2014
  • Utility
  • Woodland Hills, California
  • Water Filter
  • 4
  • 4
  • 1689
  • REVIEW RATING 5/5

ZeroWater removes 100% of several elements (Aluminum, Strontium and Cesium) while removing over 99% of everything else, including lead and arsenic. The only drawback of ZeroWater filters is that they can quickly be "used up" if you try to filter high mineral content water through them such as well water. Because the ZeroWater ion exchange element binds with virtually ALL elements, its life will... Read more

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  • Dec 14, 2014
  • Utility
  • Lovington, New Mexico
  • Filter Pitcher
  • 2
  • 2
  • 806
  • REVIEW RATING 5/5

we bought our filter pitcher 2 weeks ago. the bad taste started with being a tart taste then went to a foul rotton meat smell, on everthing the water touched. at first i thought it was time to clean the coffeemaker and even bought another one. to my surprise it was the filter. i thought this is not happening after only 2 weeks . first of all i am very angry for spending good money for a 2 week... Read more

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