ZeroWater®
8-Cup
Stainless Steel
Pitcher

$39.99 buy now button

Product Info

Now the latest filter pitcher technology comes in a sleek design. This 8-Cup Stainless Steel Pitcher implements ZeroWater's five-stage filtration system to remove virtually all dissolved solids from your tap water and deliver you great-tasting water in just minutes. ZeroWater filters are the only pour-through filters on the market certified by the NSF to reduce lead.

ZeroWater's Ion Exchange filter works in five stages. The primary layer consists of activated carbon and oxidation reduction alloy, which removes the chlorine taste you are accustomed to in your tap water. Next, the Ion Exchange stage removes virtually all dissolved solids, such as Aluminum, Lead, Zinc, and Nitrate, that may be left over from public water systems or even leached into your water from piping. The following three stages are included to ensure your water receives the appropriate amount of treatment time to deliver a "000" reading on the included laboratory-grade Total Dissolved Solids meter. 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:

  • 8-cup capacity
  • Sleek, stylish, brushed stainless steel design
  • Built-in TDS meter holder

ZeroWater 5-Stage
Dual Ion-Exchange
Filter Features:

  • Certified* to reduce Lead, Chromium, & Mercury
  • Patented 5-Stage Dual-Ion Exchange filtration system
  • Ion-Exchange system that removes virtually all dissolved solids in your water
  • The FDA requires the TDS level in PURIFIED bottled water to reach 000-010ppm. ZeroWater is the only water filter in its class to achieve this level.

What You
Get:

  • 8-Cup Stainless Steel 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.

8-CUP DISPENSER is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great tasting water, but terrible pitcher design We are thrilled with the taste and effectiveness of the filter but the design of the pitcher leaves much to be desired. It looks great but the top sits on the base by a thread. You have to hold the top down with one hand when pouring to avoid the top from falling off and spilling water everywhere. I purchased the other dispenser with the bottom spout as a gift for my sister and she commented on how poorly designed the spout was. When using the spout water spurts out the sides as well. For your next line, it would be great if you would hire some good product designers.
Date published: 2015-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 75 years old, retired This is a good looking unit and works well, we buy water from a shop that has a Reverse Osmosis system, that water is .022 and the tap water tested at .386, after running the tap water through the ZeroWater it showed .000 on the meter.
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Zerowater a better way to drink water Check tap water and it rated 3.21 on the meter. After running water through Zerowater Filter I got 0 on the meter I am impressed. Coffee and other water made drinks taste so much better now.
Date published: 2015-07-12
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Hi! Is any of your pitchers made of glass or Polypropylene (PP) if it must be plastic. Polystyrene is bad for you. I really hope that you could make a glass pitcher!

Asked by: Thea
We are working on making containers of other materials, but don't have any yet, sorry!
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-03-25

Can you see a water level in stainless steel housing?

Asked by: Amalfie
The stainless steel is just a cover - the majority of the body is translucent plastic, so you can see the water level.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-03-27

i can see that part is see through is the see through part plasyic

Asked by: doctorjamesbond
Yes, the body of the pitcher is plastic.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-03-27

I live in thailand where you never drink from tap. Will it work in such conditions? How about filter replacement?

Asked by: Bruce
As with all pour-through pitchers, we recommend only using our product with water that is already potable. We are not certified to remove microorganisms or the like.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-01-19

I have used Zero Water for about 3or 4 years, and love it. just time to replace it and was thinking of the stainless steal.If I don't like the taste of my coffee in stainless steal is it going to change the taste of my water? 

Asked by: kslog
The body of the stainless steel pitcher is actually plastic, and then it is covered with the stainless steel.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-01-08

I don't plan on buying this filter because the water comes into contact with plastic (even though it's BPA-free plastic, this isn't good enough for me). Any plans to make a pitcher that's fully plastic-free?

Asked by: Amy88
We are exploring the options of creating a glass pitcher, but nothing is finalized yet.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-03-18

Hello, What are the dimensions of this 8 cup pitcher?

Asked by: Bald eagle
10 x 5 x 10 inches
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-01-08

What is the # of the plastics used in your jugs?

Asked by: Tdishart
We use polystyrene.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-01-08
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