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  • Customers like
    • Quality of water during lifespan 12
    • Taste of the filtered water 8
    • When it worked 5
  • Customers don't like
    • Limited lifespan of filter 18
    • Quality of product 17
    • High cost 13

I now have 70 filters in my garage. I have gone through 4 TBS filter testing devices; in the last 12 months. I have been informed by you that in order to replace the TBS device I will have to go to Amazon and order one at a cost of $20.00; plus shipping! Things have changed for the worse in my opinion at ZERO WATER. I can get a new meter (unless you have changed this policy also) by purchasing a new unit that contains a pitcher and filter(s). Also the filters do not last as long as they used to do. I have been a loyal customer for 6+ years;... Read more

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After 3 weeks of the ZeroWater filtering our water, it started smelling fishy. I cleaned out the container and actually used distilled (000) water but the fish smell still came out of the filter. Then I googled the issue and found about 100 complaints of fish smell. I will not buy this product again. "So, not only is the filter life greatly exaggerated (or grossly misleading at best), but the fishy smell is practically a guarantee once the filter has reached the end of its life span. My husband and I did some thinking, and are now left... Read more

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I don't have a zero water picture. But I would like to have one that would work on the fawcett. I would jump at the chance to have one. Add comment

After two weeks water started to taste bad i threw it in the trash and whent back to brita Add comment

Our well water has around 340 PPM of total dissolved solids and tastes good as is, but I wanted to bring down the tds. A ZeroWater mini filter in a Britta was great for 1 day only, it brought it down to 20 PPM and the taste was the same as from our faucet-very good. The second day it tasted and smelled fishy and we were unable to drink it so I put in a new filter and its back to 20 PPM. That is way to expensive to change filters every day! Will not be able to continue buying ZeroWater filters every day. Will have to go back to Britta or make... Read more

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Water starts to smell/taste bad after about 10gallons. Costs me $15 a filter. Thats $1.50 a gallon. Way too expensive even for the slight convenience. I'm going back to Brita where I could go way over on the filters useful life and not really notice that the water wasn't as good as it should be. There is no way I can come up with 100 words to express my opinion so I am going to have to ramble now. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. These are the times that try men's souls. Water water everywhere, but not a drop to drink. I... Read more

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First off, the counter stick rarely reads ppm at 0 on the first day, more like 12 or 18. And after about four days the water starts to taste bitter and sour, actually causing a gag reflex in myself and my pets. The tap water which has a ppm of over 300 has better taste than the 0 water at 68 ppm... I'm convinced the company is DISHONEST and has deliberately placed additives in the filter to make the water undrinkable after a week so you are forced to go through filters faster. And at $10.00 per filter that is not a cheap proposition. ... Read more

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At this point I'm thinking of going for a Reverse Osmosis system because the water pretty much where ever you are is contaminated one way or another! The reason being I just replaced this filter no more than a month ago or less and the water is starting to taste bad at this rate were looking at $360 per year using Zerowater and our health is worth it but there has got to be a better way! It would be great if we could find the filters at around $10 each then we wouldn't feel were getting shafted at the other end of this dirty water situation!... Read more

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Absolutely the best for the last 9 years. Purest water. Mine came with a test meter. Test weekly. Water from tap:217 TDS. Water after zero filter: 0 TDS. REVIEWED THIROUGHLY WITH CONSUMERS BEFORE BUYING. TOTALLY SATISFIED. Read more

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I GOT SUCKED IN. don't believe the hype . the super slick packing and advertising would have you think this is a fabulous option. the Zerowater filtered carafe it is not worth the money. the replacement filters are crazy expensive. the unit itself is very cumbersome to fill .the spout leaks in fridge which created an awful mess and the carafe makes a horrible screech sound when moved. the gauge that come with it is a great concept but means nothing if the water is disgusting And worst of all the water TASTES AWFUL ! I would rather... Read more

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