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Zerowater 2.8L Water Filter Jug - Blue - £29.99 + free Click and Collect @ Robert Dyas
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Zerowater 2.8L Water Filter Jug - Blue - £29.99 + free Click and Collect @ Robert Dyas

£29.99£39.9925%Robert Dyas Deals
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Posted 4th Jan

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Features and Benefits
  • Slim and lightweight – This space-saving design with dispensing tap and integrated handle is perfect for keeping clean water available to you at all times.
  • TDS water meter included – See for yourself. Test your tap water and compare it to the Zero Water filtered water to see the filters doing their work.
  • Save money – Producing the same high quality water you expect from a bottled brand, this jug will save you having to buy bottled water.
Specifications
  • Jug capacity: 12 cup (2.8 litres)
  • NSF certified
  • TDS meter included
  • ZeroWater Ion Exchange water filter included
  • Removes 99.6% of all dissolved solids
  • Removes 99% of all Fluoride
  • Dimensions: H 27.5 x W 29 x D 15cm
  • 1 year guarantee

Tap water isn’t always the best quality and more and more people are turning to water filter systems to get cleaner and healthier water. The Zero Water filter jug is a complex and thorough system which removes up to 99.6% of all dissolved solids.

Slim and lightweight, this space-saving design with dispensing tap and integrated handle is ideal for any kitchen. Keeping this jug to hand means you will always have access to clean and fresh tasting water. Boasting the equivalent quality of many bottled water brands, this jug will provide you high quality filtered water at a fraction of the cost.

As an NSF certified system, these jugs will significantly reduce the Lead content in your water as well as removing up to 99% of all dissolved solids and fluoride. Zero Water are so confident in this that they included a handy TDS water meter with each jug so you can see the difference for yourself.
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9 Comments
Wilko filter jugs do the same for a sixth of the price and are also compatible with Brita filter cartridges.

And also the claim this product makes that bottled water is high quality is absolute bs - bottled water has more germs than tap water and is even not recommended for infants.
Edited by: "dush_yant" 4th Jan
Nope - I have one of these and the selling point of Zerowater is it removes all impurities. They tested Brita and found about 1/3 contaminants left after filtration. With these you get nothing.

Excellent tasting water as a result.
My personal choice is Aqua filters and jugs.
Great tasting filtered water at a good price. A jug costs around £10, then a 2 year supply of filters costs £26 - £28 on eBay
Filters out everything including the beneficial elements in the water. Replacement filters are expensive and only last a month or less.
dz104/01/2020 13:24

Filters out everything including the beneficial elements in the water. …Filters out everything including the beneficial elements in the water. Replacement filters are expensive and only last a month or less.


I’ve read this argument somewhere else around removing all impurities including those that are good. I assume you therefore stick to tap water (depending on the area you live in I.e if it’s hard / soft)
Donniey04/01/2020 15:08

I’ve read this argument somewhere else around removing all impurities i …I’ve read this argument somewhere else around removing all impurities including those that are good. I assume you therefore stick to tap water (depending on the area you live in I.e if it’s hard / soft)


Currently i have a Brita filter but it's rubbish. It doesn't filter out much heavy metals. I'm getting a berkey black filter soon as that is the best filter on the market and cheaper in the long run than Brita or Zerowater. You never hear about it here but it is miles ahead of all these jug filters everybody talks about.
dz104/01/2020 18:33

Currently i have a Brita filter but it's rubbish. It doesn't filter out …Currently i have a Brita filter but it's rubbish. It doesn't filter out much heavy metals. I'm getting a berkey black filter soon as that is the best filter on the market and cheaper in the long run than Brita or Zerowater. You never hear about it here but it is miles ahead of all these jug filters everybody talks about.


I agree, Brita filters are useless in purifying water, they only improve taste. I spent a lot of time researching water purification methods and determined that to get the purest water would be via distillation ...... my tap water goes from TDS (total dissolved solids) reading of approx 350 p/m down to 0 p/m, I eat a healthy diet and get all the natural organic minerals from food.

Other issues from filters is the that they don't give you pure water, water in each area contains different degrees of contaminants so they can clog up faster , if they can fail and you'll never know as all the contaminants will just flow into your water, they have a huge build up of bacteria in them, the plastic that they are made from can leach chemicals into the water ..... to name just a few ... really do your research .... happy to answer any questions

I noticed on the information from Berkey that they listed contaminants that they stopped, but not what they don't .... surely you want to know whats getting through.
Edited by: "harmageddon" 5th Jan
harmageddon05/01/2020 00:21

I agree, Brita filters are useless in purifying water, they only improve …I agree, Brita filters are useless in purifying water, they only improve taste. I spent a lot of time researching water purification methods and determined that to get the purest water would be via distillation ...... my tap water goes from TDS (total dissolved solids) reading of approx 350 p/m down to 0 p/m, I eat a healthy diet and get all the natural organic minerals from food. Other issues from filters is the that they don't give you pure water, water in each area contains different degrees of contaminants so they can clog up faster , if they can fail and you'll never know as all the contaminants will just flow into your water, they have a huge build up of bacteria in them, the plastic that they are made from can leach chemicals into the water ..... to name just a few ... really do your research .... happy to answer any questionsI noticed on the information from Berkey that they listed contaminants that they stopped, but not what they don't .... surely you want to know whats getting through.


TDS are not necessarily impurities. By removing all TDS you are also stripping minerals and other beneficial compounds out of the water and will probably need to buy multivitamin tablets to compensate.
If you are compensating by including more dried fruits and nuts in your diet then that somewhat defeats the purpose since these food items have impurities too from the production process.
Edited by: "dush_yant" 5th Jan
dush_yant05/01/2020 00:59

TDS are not necessarily impurities. By removing all TDS you are also …TDS are not necessarily impurities. By removing all TDS you are also stripping minerals and other beneficial compounds out of the water and will probably need to buy multivitamin tablets to compensate.


for me, the idea is to drink Pure water, so I don't want anything in there apart from H2O. The minerals in water are inorganic ions picked up by rain water from dirt. These can't easily be metabolised by the body. Besides the level of mineral ions in water varies so much from area to area you don't know how much you are getting and too much can be just as harmful as too little. Organic minerals (those derived from plants etc) are bio available for metabolisation.

Minerals aren't the only thing in tap water, the degree of hormones like oestrogen and medical drugs is increasing too, most filters won't stop these.

some filters also state they are BPA free but what they don't tell you is that they use BPF and/or BPS instead.
Edited by: "harmageddon" 5th Jan
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