Water Filtration bottles are so useful right now. Everyone is trying to reduce their carbon footprint. At the same time not everyone trusts water from just any tap or fountain. I had the same problems, so I contacted Filterwater.com to see what solutions were available.
They were generous enough to send me one of their water filtration bottles to use and review here for all of my readers.
The bottle itself is really neat looking, and very lightweight and has a flip top lid on it. The great cobalt blue color with a black lid is very nice looking and came with a cabineer to clip onto anything else that you happen to be carrying.
I have tried water filtration bottles before, and honestly I did not see that they made much difference in the flavor of the water that I was drinking. This filter from Filterwater.com was different, the water actually tastes good!
The water filtration bottle removes Chlorine, toxic chemicals, detergents, pesticides and other harmful industrial and agricultural pollutants. It takes care of bad taste, odor, clarity, dirt, and sediment, and even takes out heavy metals such as aluminum, asbestos, copper, lead, mercury, and chromium hexavalent. All in a small filter that fits inside this water bottle. Genius!
The filter inside the bottle will filter up to 100 gallons of water, that is a lot of water bottles that you are not buying, drinking and then throwing away or to even to be recycled. Each gallon of water contains about 7 bottles of water, by this formula you are saving 700 water bottles from the trash! That is a huge impact. You can also buy replacement filters on their website, and a net sleeve is available for easy carrying.
They are being so generous in sponsoring a giveaway for one of their stainless steel Water Filtering drinking bottles.
Enter Below and Good Luck!
jeanette sheets saysMay 14, 2014 at 11:52 pm
yes i do
Tina W saysMay 11, 2014 at 9:48 pm
We have a filter attached to our kitchen sink so we try to refill reusable bottles at home. But Southern California water is AWFUL so we will buy bottled if we are out and need some water.
Cindy saysMay 9, 2014 at 9:48 pm
Mia H saysMay 9, 2014 at 6:37 am
I drink water that I put in a bottle and reuse
fayme s saysMay 9, 2014 at 6:29 am
I did for many years, but started filtering my own recently. this would be nice for take away. at home we use a big thing for the fridge
JOYCE ALEXANDER saysMay 8, 2014 at 12:24 am
ACTUALLY I’M TOO CHEAP TO SPEND MONEY ON BOTTLED WATER BUT MORE THAN THAT I HATE HOW THE PLANET IS BEING TRASHED SO I DO AS MUCH AS I CAN TO BE NICE TO MAMAEARTH. PLUS WE HAVE A HUGE WATER DISPENSER IN OUR KITCHEN SO I JUST USE MY STAINLESS STEEL COMMUTER SINCE I ONLY DRINK WARM OR HOT PLAIN WATER. NO TEA NO COFFEE…TELL YOU, I”M FRUGAL…
Lisa Kubin saysMay 7, 2014 at 8:09 pm
I try not to drink bottled water. I try to use refillable containers
kj skib saysMay 7, 2014 at 6:09 pm
I will but I don’t all the time.