ZeroWater®
10-Cup
Pitcher

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Product Info

Enjoy pure-tasting water with the latest filter pitcher 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. ZeroWater filters are also the only pour-through filters on the market certified by the NSF to reduce lead.

This 10-cup system features a push-and-pour spout so you can conveniently fill bottles with one hand.

ZeroWater's first layer of filtration, activated carbon and oxidation reduction alloy removes the chlorine taste you are accustom to with tap water. The Ion Exchange stage removes virtually all dissolved solids that may be left over from public water systems or even leached into your water from piping such as Aluminum, Lead, Zinc, Nitrate and more. Three additional stages are included to remove other impurities and to ensure your water receives the appropriate amount of treatment time to deliver a "000" reading on your laboratory-grade Total Dissolved Solids meter included. ZeroWater: Advanced water filtration.

ZeroWater Pitcher
Benefits:

  • NSF Certified to REDUCE LEAD
  • Removes 99.6% of all dissolved solids
  • Purest tasting drinking water

ZeroWater Pitcher
Features:

  • 10-cup capacity
  • One-handed "push to dispense" spout to fill any bottle or cup
  • Built-in TDS meter holder

ZeroWater 5-Stage
Dual Ion-Exchange
Filter Features:

  • Patented 5-Stage Dual-Ion Exchange filtration system
  • Removes virtually all dissolved solids in your water
  • The only water filter in its class that meets FDA definition for TDS in purified bottled water.

What You
Get:

  • 10-Cup ZeroWater pitcher
  • TDS (total dissolved solids) meter that provides a digital measurement of dissolved solids in your water (a $29.99 retail value)
  • Zerowater Ion Exchange water filter
  • User Manual
  • Coupons for future filter purchases

Notes:

* Filtered potable tap water tested by an independent lab (not the FDA) to meet specifically the water quality requirements for using the label purified. Compared to water produced by leading gravity fed filters.

10-CUP DISPENSER is rated 3.1429 out of 5 by 14.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Moved to a new location, water smelled funky I have had a few water filter/pitchers in my life. Most of that experience was in college. Since then I have moved to a new location for work and was hoping to find a solution to the "pew" smell/taste of the water. The mainstream solutions didn't work. I wanted clean water to drink and Zerowater nailed it. Nothing comes close to the purity and I am more than willing to pay a small premium for the best thing out there. It works great!
Date published: 2015-04-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Going back to Brita The convenient spout on the handle leaks and has since day one. When the filter is exhausted, it makes the water smell/taste like dead fish (nasty). This makes you wonder what exactly is in the filter that is supposed to be "purifying" your water and making it "better" for you to drink. Filters are expensive. Going back to using Brita.
Date published: 2015-04-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pretty great for a while...then... I've had mine for about 6 weeks now. I was amazed how good the water tasted for the first 3 or so weeks. Then it turned kind of bad. I use it mostly for water for my Soda Stream machine, which I use only for soda water, plain. I consistently test the water and it's always 000, so I don't understand what's causing this. I cleaned the pitcher and parts using water and baking soda. Did the same with the Soda Stream parts. It was pretty fine for the next couple of weeks, but it's back now. Still 000 but not that great. It's making me want to just go ahead and get an RO system, but I've been told the water wastage from that is pretty bad (seeing as how I live in Drought Central, California), and that they can leak and require a lot of maintenance. How hard is it to get good water???
Date published: 2015-06-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Question I live in Hayward CA, with some of the best city water you can find. It rates 025 on your meter. I just want to get the fluoride out. Any idea how many gallons of water I should be able to get from one filter? My daughter bought an 8 cup pitcher and I love the taste of the water, but realize I need a much larger one. So far I would give this 5 stars except for how long it takes to get a cup of water out of it.
Date published: 2015-07-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Flavor altered after a few weeks of use. The filter gave good tasting water for three weeks. Now the flavor is not that of the tap water, bit a weird metallic, lemon flavor. I told my family to stop drinking it. I am having a hard time finding any warranty information. I have owned, used and will return to other brands of filters.
Date published: 2015-03-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of Money I bought my first pitcher 8 days ago, and I already have to replace the filter because the water is starting to taste "fishy" I live in an area where the water (according to the map that came with the pitcher) that the water is not that bad. there is no way I am spending this much every 8-10 on new filters. Very disappointed with this product.
Date published: 2015-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best purchase! I've always lived in areas that had GREAT tap water. I recently moved to Oklahoma and the water here is disgusting! I was spending so much money on bottled water and I hated all the extra plastic. But the zero water pitcher has taken the strong smell and taste out of my water, I no longer have to be so wasteful. Its been magical.
Date published: 2015-09-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Broke in less than a week. The filter is great, but the water pitcher's spout broke after only 5 days of usage, rendering the pitcher totally unusable because water just leaks out all over the place. This is "technology" that has been around for decades, it's a wonder to me that they couldn't get it right.
Date published: 2015-09-16
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Is perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFC's) removed by the zp010 filter? Thank you for your help 

Asked by: Samson1
We have not been certified against this particular contaminant, but our filters have been shown to remove 99.6% of dissolved solids. You can see a more detailed chart here: http://zerowater.com/comparison-chart
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-04-04

I noticed that the plastic used to make your stainless steel coated pitcher is listed as BPA free. Is the plastic in the ZP-010 (10 cup) pitcher also BPA free?

Asked by: MiloSancho
All of our plastics are BPA free!
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-04-04

I purchased your 10-cup Zerowater pitcher yesterday and after getting home to Illinois, I discovered that the "meter" was missing from the package. How can I get this part in order to began using my water system?

Asked by: missingpartIL
Hi, please e-mail customerservice@zerowater.com so they can send you one!
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-03-25

Meter storage

Can i leave the meter on the cover in the refrigerator or do i have to remove it?
Asked by: Eve13
Yes, you can leave your meter on the unit!
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-03-25

My zerowater dispenser only came with a red light probe. The red light comes on with a fresh filter or unfiltered water the same. It has never worked correctly. I Must have a replacement digital probe for the faulty one that I purchased. Thank You

Asked by: Buddy
If you have a faulty indicator, please contact customer service: customerservice@zerowater.com
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-03-11

I recently purchased the zero water pitcher and wanted to check on recommendation for frequency of cleaning the pitcher and if the pitcher should only be hand washed with mild soap? On some Web sites I noticed it says the pitcher is dishwasher safe?

Asked by: Palmbeach
We do not advise putting the pitchers in a dishwasher. You can use dish soap or hot water and baking soda to clean your pitcher every few weeks - more frequently if you do not store it in the fridge.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-03-11

I have the 10 cup pitcher with the tester on top and the pour spout on the side. I've lost the info for it - can you please tell me the model number of the pitcher AND the model number of the filter that fits it. Thx 

Asked by: watergirl
The pitcher is the ZP-010. We use the same filter for all of our full-size products: ZR-001 is the single-pack filter.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-03-11

Prolonged Filter Submerged

It seems like my filters last longer if I empty my filtered water into a storage bottle, rather than keep the water in the pitcher with the filter continuously submerged. I heard that this may burn out an electrolytic portion of the filter element. Is this true?
Asked by: Timothy in Covina
No, it should be fine to do this, however we highly recommend not letting the filter dry out. As long as you are filtering water every day, it should be fine. As long as you are testing your TDS and using a new filter when it gets to 006 there is no problem.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-03-11
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