The ZeroWater Filter : http://www.zerowater.com/
Great Lake Survival received their brand new “Zero Water” filtration system. With the filtration system, came a Total Dissolved Solids, Tester. The tester will let you know from a sample of water how many heavy metals, such as lead and chromium are in your drink.
The filter certainly does work, you can instantly taste the difference. Each filter is good for about 25 to 40 gallons of water, depending on how many Total Dissolved Solids are normally in the water you are filtering.
Great Lake Survival has the medium sized filter, great for counter tops and it doesn’t take up much space.
The municipal water that we tested registered at “119” Total Dissolved Solids. The average is around 200 I believe. So our tap water isn’t as bad as it could be.
The bottled “purified” water that we normally drink at Great Lake Survival registered at “015” Total Dissolved Solids. . . . . so much for “pure”.
And of course our zero water filtered sample registered at “000” Total Dissolved Solids
From ebay we received our 23 cup Zero Water filter within 5 days, shipped for $42.00
Not bad. If you are considering filtering water for your family for everyday drinking water, this is not a bad one to have. Bottled water usually costs us about $1.34/gallon. When you factor in filter replacement on the zero water system, your pure water will run $0.64/gallon. That could be up to $1000 a year for a family of 4 switching from bottled water to the ZeroWater filtration system.So there you have it: A more cost effective way to give your family pure water.
Thanks for reading,
- GLSC Team