Giveaway: Better water with Zerowater

Back in February 2019, I reviewed the Zerowater filtration jug and we still use it to this day.

ZeroWater reduces 99.6% of all total dissolved solids in your drinking water, delivering the purest tasting water within minutes!

In fact, Zerowater removes much more from tap water than other leading filter brands in the UK, including 97% of lead, 96% of mercury, 95% of chlorine and even 97% of asbestos which is often displaced from old and ageing water pipes.

Zerowater is so powerful that on average it removes 95% of all metals compared to 68% from Brita. Zerowater even removes 68% of all inorganics, whilst 33% is removed from Brita. The full list can be found here.


Zerowater gets better results due to a 5-stage filter, most filters only have 2-stage. Zerowater patented technology ensures that you can save money on buying bottled water and ensure your tap water is pure. The 12-Cup Zerowater comes with a free TDS Reader (Total Dissolved Solids). Some areas of the UK have readings more than 300. When water is filtered through the Zerowater filter it will score 0, meaning you can enjoy great-tasting pure water at home.

Want to try it for yourself?

Thanks to the team at, I have the 12-Cup Filter Jug RRP £39.99 to giveaway to a lucky reader.

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6 thoughts on “Giveaway: Better water with Zerowater”

  1. You should be able to send the bill for buying these filters to the water compAnies how are they allowed to get away with delivering such poor quality potable water?


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