Zero Water and Giveaway!

Update:  We have two winners!  Congratulations Melissa C. and Ronda!  The winners have been notified by email as well.  Thanks for playing, everyone!

I gave up diet soda about a year ago and I’ve been drinking much more water as a result.  I try to drink at least 100 oz. per day. I live in Florida and it’s hot here for most of the year, so dehydration is a concern in our every day lives. Unfortunately I don’t like the taste of the water and I really don’t like to buy bottles of water. Fortunately for me, this house has a reverse osmosis filter, so I feel better about the water, but I still don’t love the taste of it.  It’s sort of metallic and I can only drink the water when it’s freezing cold. Needless to say, when I came across this opportunity to review the Zero Water pitcher, I was very interested.

The pitcher comes with detailed instructions on testing your water straight from the tap with the included tester, a URL to check your average local levels of TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) in the water and the pitcher and filter.  First I checked my local levels on the website, which were 250 (ew, right?), then I checked my tap water which was 168.  Next I checked my reverse osmosis which was 008. I followed the directions, and carefully poured the water through the filter.  This took a few minutes to filter and when it was done, I tested it.  Guess what it was… 000. I tasted it and it tasted like the most delicious pure water ever. Better than most of the bottled water out there, even. I was really impressed.

The pitcher is a nice size, and fits very well in my refrigerator, but I think I’m going to purchase the larger one because my whole family insists on drinking the “Zero Water” and we’re going through a LOT of it.

You can check out their website: Zero Water and their Facebook Page to learn more, but on March 22, which was World Water Day, the company kicked off a campaign and two of my readers will receive their own Zero Water Pitcher and Tester!!  That’s right, two! Just head over to Zero Water and enter your zip code to find out what the average TDS levels are in your area and then come back here and leave me a comment letting me know what your number is. I’ll randomly choose two winners on April 10!  (Sorry, Continental US only)

In addition to that, I have a coupon code!  Use code MC30, which will give you 30% off of a 10 Cup ZeroWater pitcher here. How cool is that?

 I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of ZeroWater and received a water pitcher to facilitate my review, two pitchers to giveaway, and extra filters to thank me for taking the time to participate.

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  1. Donna Sweigart says:

    The reading for my area is 173…we’ve been looking for a better alternative to bottled water, this may just be our answer….thx for the opportunity to win a Zero Water.

  2. Ellen B says:

    I have well water so it wouldn’t make a difference – I don’t use the town water. My landlord never ever tests the well so I would love to have a pitcher :)

  3. hmmm the little picture says 210 for tap but the map says 45 near my area

  4. Esperanza says:

    I entered my zip, but the website said they didn’t have a score for my area:(
    Regardless, I’m glad I read about this. My husband flatly refuses to drink tap water, even after I’ve filtered it through a normal pitcher-type filter. I am very intrigued by this. It would be so worth it if he could finally drink something besides bottled water. Not only is bottled water expensive, but it’s so bad for the planet:/

  5. tasha steg says:

    mine is 281

  6. Melissa Kent says:

    Ewwww, mine looks like it is 185. I have been drinking so much water lately and now I’m grossed out!!!

  7. 171

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  8. Jessica F says:

    In my area of Chicago it says an average of 131!

  9. Melissa C. says:

    This is shocking… my area is 416!! I really could use one of those pitchers!

  10. Mine is 239, ugh. I used to use the Brita pitcher, but we’ve been buying bottled water lately and it kills me having to lug it home and load up the fridge every 2 days.

  11. Mine says 299!

  12. Margareth C. K. Murphy says:

    The reading in our zipcode is 184. Eww! I think I will need to get one of those.

  13. Julie Driver says:

    It says my reading would be 67.