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ZeroWater ZR-017 Replacement Filter, 2 Pack (Kitchen)

ZeroWater, Replacement Filters, 2-Pack, BPA-Free Replacement Water Filters for ZeroWater Pitchers and Dispensers, NSF Certified to Reduce Lead and Other Heavy Metals ZeroWater, Replacement Filters, 2-Pack, BPA-Free Replacement Water Filters for ZeroWater Pitchers and Dispensers, NSF Certified to Reduce Lead and Other Heavy Metals available on September 12 2018 from Amazon for 19.99
1.0 out of 5 stars
  
I purchased the original unit (ZeroWater ZP-010 10-Cup Pitcher) on December 10, 2012. Since then I have gone through numerous replacement units and I have had the same result every single time. The activated carbon granules keep leaking into the top receptacle along with other granules and the water just stink and tastes rancid. This happens variably within few weeks of replacing the filter so I think I'm done with this unit.. Switching back to Brita.

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   First of all, I would like to say that this ZeroWater filtering system, offers the best tasting water of any filtered water system I have ever tasted. That being said, I would like to let it be known that the company has pulled a "Bait and Switch" on its customers. Our regular tap water registers about 140 on the ZeroWater meter, and the first few ZeroWater replacement filters we bought, were cylindrical in shape. Those filters gave us about 45 gallons before needing to be replaced. That was good for us, to last through almost 1 month of everyday use. Now we bought the "new and improved", bullet shaped filters, and they only last for about 30 gallons (about 2 1/2 weeks), or 33% less drinkable filtered water (registering under 6 on the ZW meter) than the original cylinder shaped filters, FOR THE SAME PRICE. Yes folks, the company seems to be giving its customers the old screwgee, where we will have to pay more to get the same amount of usable filtered water, as we originally got with...Read more
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   I purchased the original unit (ZeroWater ZP-010 10-Cup Pitcher) on December 10, 2012. Since then I have gone through numerous replacement units and I have had the same result every single time. The activated carbon granules keep leaking into the top receptacle along with other granules and the water just stink and tastes rancid. This happens variably within few weeks of replacing the filter so I think I'm done with this unit.. Switching back to Brita. amznJQ.onReady('jQuery', function() { amznJQ.available('popover', function() { var widgetDom = jQuery("#R3H4WU77WS7H1K_imageSection_FC62F672-EE20-11E5-AA2A-9B7D9048DBDD"); var images = widgetDom.find(".review-image-thumbnail"); for (var c=0;c
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