ZeroWater®
SilverTumbler
With Ion Exchange Filter

(Currently out of stock)

Now you can have pure-tasting water anywhere you go. This ZeroWater Tumbler combines the top-performing filtration technology with a sleek, convenient design so you can get great taste out of your tap water whether you're at home, at work, or at the gym.

The ZeroWater filtration system combines FIVE sophisticated technologies that work together to remove virtually all dissolved solids from your tap water, so you taste nothing but the water. Also included is our next-generation filter change technology that indicates the precise moment a filter is ready to be changed.

The powerful Ion Exchange filter that has made our pitchers and dispenser so popular uses five sophisticated technologies that work together to deliver a 000 Total Dissolved Solids reading. The primary layer of filtration uses activated carbon and oxidation reduction alloy to remove that chlorine taste from your tap water. The Ion Exchange stage removes virtually all dissolved solids that may be left over from public water systems, such as Aluminum, Lead, Zinc, Nitrate, and more. Another three stages are included to ensure your water receives the appropriate amount of treatment time to ensure there are ZERO dissolved solids left in your water. ZeroWater: Advanced water filtration.

ZeroWater Tumbler
Features:

  • 26oz capacity
  • Built-in water filtration system to purify tap water for great taste
  • Portable 5-stage Ion Exchange filtration
  • Stylish, durable, and convenient hard plastic construction
  • Textured, easy-grip lid and matching straw
  • Dishwasher safe

What You
Get:

  • 26-oz Silver ZeroWater Tumbler
  • ZeroWater ion Exchange portable water filter
  • User Manual

ZeroWater 5-Stage
Dual Ion-Exchange
Filter Features:

  • Certified* to reduce Lead, Chromium, & Mercury
  • Patented 5-Stage Dual-Ion Exchange filtration system
  • 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.
  • Unique COLORCHANGE window indicates when to change your filter.

ZeroWater's Unique
"ColorChange"
Window:



Travel Bottle
SILVER TUMBLER is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great system not very portable I have purchased both portable tumblers. The filtration system and taste of the water is excellent! However, I do not find the tumblers very portable at all. It is great for at home use but not so good for on the go. I have taken both versions with me while traveling on airplanes and car road trips but fining them to be too bulky. The filter is quite large and it does not allow enough water in the container to last entire flight, nor does not fit in a basic size car cup holder. I highly recommend the Zero Water filtering system but I only wish it was really more portable.
Date published: 2015-10-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Takes way to long to fill! I got the silver tumbler for my birthday. I drink 4-5 bottles while I`m at work. This thing takes 10-15 minutes to fill as you have to fill it up 3 separate times!!!!!!!! Also it`s not very portable as the filter in this thing is massive! I would not recommend this product.
Date published: 2016-01-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pure water, small quantity I purchased my zero water tumbler at Bed Bath and Beyond last week. It comes with two chambers - the upper chamber holds tap water and the lower chamber holds the filtered water - neither is very large. Also, the upper chamber sits loosely inside the cup, so you have to be careful about getting water in between the two because it will contaminate the water in the chamber below. Well there is a nice advertisement and instructions on how to put it together there is no information about maintenance. How often do you change the filter? How often do you wash out the cup? Every time you use it, after a couple of days, once a week? It takes about 10 or 15 minutes from the time you fill the upper chamber until the time the lower chamber fills with water. I put my cup in the refrigerator so that the water is at least a little chilled before I drink it. You have to be careful when you're filling the upper chamber because if you overfill it it will actually spill in between the upper chamber and the outside of the cup and leak down into the lower chamber. Once you screw on the lid it locks everything into place. I like the idea of a portable zero water tumbler. However because the filter is so large and displaces so much of the area below your actually only getting somewhere between possibly six to eight ounces of water with each filtration. I find I have to fill the cup about 4-5 times a day just working in my office which is equivalent to about I would say two bottles of water. It is bothersome to keep filling the chamber, however I like the idea that I'm no longer using bottled water.
Date published: 2016-02-27
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This question is about the portable water bottle.  How much water can be filtered with one filter? I noticed information that it was 4 1/2 gallons per filter.  Is that correct and how can I tell when  the filter is no longer effective?

Asked by: Rita
On average, these filters get about 5 gallons. If your TDS is higher than average, the filter life will be shorter and vice versa. These filters have a color-change window that tells you when it's time to change. The window will change from gray to yellow.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-04-04

Are the portables and pitchers BPA-free?

Asked by: Kat 500
All of our products are BPA free.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-01-05

What does TDS stand for?

Asked by: CleanWater 47
Total Dissolved Solids. We measure it in parts-per-million, and it refers to anything that might be in your water, like calcium, fluoride, heavy metals, etc.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2015-12-20

Are  you  plastic tumblers are BPA free

Asked by: Meano27
Yes, they are.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2015-11-06

Can I get a replacement straw for the ZeroWater Silver tumbler?

Asked by: Stephanie67
If anything breaks, don't hesitate to contact customerservice@zerowater.com.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-01-26

No instructions came with the tumbler how do I use it... how do I put in the filter... do I unscrew the top

Asked by: Jackie Rose
Sorry that your tumbler came without instructions, that's not the norm. You can see demonstrations of how to screw in the filter and use the tumbler here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBYzg1WaZgw
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2015-09-21

What type of metal is it made of? Is it Stainless steel on the inside..Are your plastic pitchers pba free?

Asked by: LIsa
This is not made of metal, it's plastic, but yes, all of our plastic is BPA free.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2015-09-10

When will your leak-proof tumbler be available. My college bound student wants zerowater, but it's not practical if it can leak.

Asked by: jack27
A new generation of tumblers is still in the design stage; there are no set dates yet.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2015-08-14
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