ZeroWater Filter: Get More Out of Your Water! Great for New College Students {Product Review}

I received a sample of ZeroWater ($21.99 value) in exchange for this post. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own. 

Have a new college student getting ready to head into dorms this summer/fall? Start them off right with a water filter!

ZeroWater‘s 7-Cup Ready Pour has a sealed lid and reservoir, making it possible to pour water that has already been filtered without spilling water that is still filtering.  College room dream!  That way there is still some water in the pitcher even if their roommate takes the last drip.  Oh! and it fits in a dorm fridge!

Check out the benefits below:

I must say that this awesome little water filter does exactly what the product info says! I love that you can still pour water while it’s filtering with no spills! Can’t say that with my other water filter. It spills everywhere so my family has to wait until it’s done filtering. ZeroWater is great! The size is perfect too. Will make a great addition and is perfect for the new college student!

Other benefits of the ZeroWater product is that it has a 5-stage advanced filtration system. It leaves Zero dissolved solids behind. It removes what 2-stage filters can’t.

To learn more about ZeroWater, visit http://www.zerowater.com.

ZeroWater can be purchased at a variety of local retail and department stores such as Target, Walmart, Bed Beth Beyond, Meijer, etc.!

Images courtesy of ZeroWater.



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