ZeroWater 23-Cup Dispenser Review & Giveaway {SPOOKtacular Giveaway Hop}
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ZeroWater 23-Cup Dispenser Review & Giveaway {SPOOKtacular Giveaway Hop}

What steps have you taken to start living a healthier lifestyle? Going organic, establishing a workout routine, or trying to get more quality sleep? How about drinking more water? As you strive to hit the mark of 8 glasses a day, are you aware that 1 in 4 American’s tap water is unsafe or has not been properly monitored for contaminants in accordance with federal law? The importance of drinking water safety cannot be overstated. ZeroWater is ready to help you access clean, pure water in an economical and environmentally friendly manner.

I was recently offered the opportunity to try out a ZeroWater 23-Cup Dispenser, the largest capacity filter dispenser on the market! It features a convenient one-hand push-to-dispense spout, which my kids think is fun to use. The dispenser is designed to refill through its easy-access flip-top lid, so there is no need to remove the entire lid from the dispenser or remove the dispenser from the fridge for each refill. The dispenser is also equipped with a built-in holder for the TDS (total dissolved solids) meter that comes with the product, so I don't have to worry about misplacing the meter. The meter normally retails for $29.99, but it's FREE with each ZeroWater pitcher purchase. Like all other ZeroWater pitchers, the 23-cup dispenser is BPA-free.

What sets ZeroWater apart from all other water filter brands is its patented 5-stage dual ion-exchange filter, which removes 99.6% of total dissolved solids (non-organic impurities) from water. It's also one of the only pour-over filters that is NSF certified to reduce lead.

Stage 1: Coarse Filter Screen
Filters out fine particles and sediment

Stage 2: Foam Distributor
Disperses the water more evenly across the entire width of filter to more efficiently use the filter medium which increases longevity and ability to remove more contaminants

Stage 3: Multi-layer activated carbon & oxidation reduction alloy
Carbon: filters out a lot of different contaminants and is standard in most conventional filters; particularly good on organics and for improved taste.

Oxidation alloy: reduces, removes chlorine and other heavy metals plus, it keeps mold from forming when the filter is moist.

Stage 4: Dual Comprehensive ION EXCHANGE resin
Negative and positive dual bed ion exchange resin that strips foreign ions from the water molecules and returns them to a pure state.

Stage 5: Ultra-fine screen & non-woven membrane layers
To remove ultra-fine particles

The ZeroWater 23-Cup Dispenser can fits nicely on a refrigerator shelf providing easy access to ready-to-drink ice water. It can also be placed on the kitchen counter top if you prefer room temperature water. The filtered water tastes significantly better than our tap water. I use it for all my cooking needs as well. The dispenser is available for purchase at for $39.99.
The Giveaway
ZeroWater has generously offered to give one of my lucky readers a ZeroWater 23-Cup Dispenser (ARV $39.99)! Please enter the giveaway using the form below. Good luck!

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Disclosure: I received a free product to facilitate my honest review. All views and opinion expressed are my own. icefairy's Treasure Chest is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

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