I was recently sent the ZeroWater water filter jug to try out and share with you guys. I must say I was a little unsure what to expect as I had seen a video of Phillip Schofield using it to turn red wine into water!

ZeroWater filter in blue colour with a white lid. Comes with a water quality meter to test the quality of your water.

The ZeroWater filter uses 5 stages of filtration and even comes with a water quality meter to test the quality of your water.

I put it to the test in the video below.

My thoughts on the ZeroWater Filter

I actually was quite impressed by the amount that the filter removed from the liquids tested. The quality was visible both in the colour of the liquid in the case of the Pepsi Max and with the water quality meter for both water and Pepsi Max. Remember though if you like your Pepsi Max or wine then don’t test much in the filter or you will end up with expensive water!

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How much is the jug?

On Amazon, there are a few varieties, from a 6-cup water filter jug at around £25 to a 30-cup water dispenser for around £55. Whilst this does seem expensive I guess it depends on how much you want well-filtered water and how long the filters last. It is still going to be cheaper than buying bottled water!

It is hard to say how long the filters last as it depends on how much you use them but I felt it seemed to last longer than a Brita filter I have previously used. The jug holds the water waiting to be filtered securely whilst you pour out filtered water so there is no need to wait for all the water to be filtered before you use it.

If you like to read reviews then do check out other reviews I have written in my dedicated review section. I am always open and honest about the products I am sent so you can be guaranteed to read what I truly think of a product!

Win a Zerowater Filter

If you would like to be in with a chance of winning a ZeroWater Filter then it is really easy to enter. Simply click on the widget below and choose the entry options you would like to complete. The more you complete the more entries you have into the draw.

The prize is either a 10 or 12-cup water filter, the winner can choose which they prefer.

Please remember that if you say you have followed my Twitter for example for your entry but have not this will invalidate your entry. So, what are you waiting for, enter today and see if you can win!

Good Luck!

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150 Comments

  1. Unfortunatley I am useless at drinking water unless its cold from the fridge. So I currently drink 1 bottle of water a day but about a litre through the night.

  2. i take a 1lt bottle of water to work everyday, i don’t like tea or coffee so i live off of squash and fruit juice

  3. Too many to count! I have to drink a lot for medical reasons so I don’t count in glasses as I tend to just refill bottles/thermos but I would guess I will typically go through at least 3 litres a day

  4. Unfortunately it is a big fat zero for me. When I am at home I do drink lots of decaffeinated coffee but if I am going out I don’t drink nearly enough because I have a weak bladder and would need the loo too frequently.

  5. I drink 3.5 litres a day which I think works out to about 15 glasses a day. I try and makes sure that they are all or at least the majority are water.

  6. I’m planning on Moving to CUBA and you can’t drink the tap water – I hate paying for water in disposable plastic bottles – taking a filter jug would be amazing!

  7. I drink 2 or 3 glasses of milk and bottled water from large bottles and Apple and Blackcurrant Squash made up and in bottles as tap water tastes awful and chemically!

  8. To be honest, I don’t tend to drink water. Even though I know I should. I don’t like the taste of tap water

  9. Plain water, none. Don’t like the taste. However, I drink unsweetened squashes and herbal teas and btw, my old water filter has seen better days.

  10. I only drink a couple of glasses of water a day but drink several cups of green tea which I have read still counts towards my daily amount.

  11. Definitely not enough, but I want to try and better myself during the latter half of the year as the first half as been a disaster!

  12. That’s really impressive. We’ve been looking at Berkey filters and that seems almost comparable and definitely cheaper!

  13. On a normal day I drink about 3 or 4 glasses of water and lots of cups of coffee but if it’s really hot, I will drink more water.

  14. I drink about 3 cups of tea and maybe 2 small glasses of water if I remember. My daughters drink lots of water and always moan at me that I don’t drink enough of it.

  15. I drink about three glasses of water a day, but I do drink two cans of Diet Coke – used to be more. 🙈

  16. Not enough, and I only really drink it with squash. I take a water bottle to work but hardly ever get through half of it.

  17. Definitely not enough! Most days not at all, I always forget to keep hydrated so this is needed for sure!!

  18. I definitely don’t drink enough. At best, 3 glasses of water per day. I always forget or just too busy.

  19. I probably drink around 4 glasses plus tea and coffee etc. I definitely need to work on drinking more though!

  20. I drink about 4 glasses of water each day and the rest is tea or other drinks. Would love one of these, so thanks for the chance to win.

  21. I probably drink 6 cups of water and 2 cups of tea which is okay I guess. But I know when I’m out in the weekend I drink less so I need to start bringing water for myself.