ZeroWater® 23-Cup Dispenser
Enjoy great-tasting water with next generation filter technology. The ZeroWater® filtration system combines five sophisticated technologies that work together to remove virtually all dissolved solids from your tap water, delivering you great tasting water. The dispenser features a one-hand pull and pour button spout, easy-access to refill your pitcher while it's still in the fridge, a zero stale water features so it completely dispensers all water, and a built-in TDS meter. This 23-cup system comes with the largest capacity filter dispenser on the market today, a patented Ion Exchange filter, and a laboratory-grade water testing meter. Measures 11 1/5" H x 6" W x 15 1/5" D.
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Great Tasting Water I bought the zero pitcher years ago, never a leak, never a bad tasting glass of water. Only negative is I have trouble finding replacement filters when I need them. Bought from a drug store, they no longer carry, discount stores never in stock, nor online. Love the product enough to stock up on filters when I can fnd. I have well water and replace about every 4 to 6 months because tester still says zero and water still tastes great. Will purchase this product again. Recommend it ... You bet I do. June 9, 2013
DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY Go this in the summer of 2012 and thought it was great - at first. The filters only last about 3 1/2 weeks then the water tastes like an aquarium smells. The filters are outrageously expensive and filters so slow you can boil an egg between filling cycles (it's actually a better egg timer than water filter). I switched back to Brita as it's quicker, tastes the same and when the filters are old it doesn't ruin the taste of the water, at least not any worse than tap water. April 6, 2013
one major problem My filter works well and because I have NYC water the filter lasts for months and months (two people). HOWEVER, in order to fill it up I have to take off the top and pour from a height high enough to force the water into and through the filter. This was Zero's suggestion after spending several months "burping" the filter twice a day. That was their first solution. "Burping" requires disassembling the unit, unscrewing the filter and squeezing it to release any air bubbles getting in the way of the water's descent. Twice a day! If they'd hire me to help engineer the next model I'd design it so that the water has to fall from a great height thereby eliminating the need for disassembly. Either that or redo the filter to work on this planet. This filter would be fine on the moon. Other wise, we love it. December 6, 2012
Good Product -- ONE PROBLEM Love the ZeroWater dispenser and how much it saves us on bottled water. HOWEVER, the valve leaks and resulted in a fairly large puddle of water in my kitchen. When he actually started to watch, it was dripping about 1 drop about every 3 or 4 seconds until the water level drops to about 2/3. Will exchange the unit with the hope that it is peculiar to this unit. October 29, 2012