5.25.2010

It's HOT..drink some water! Zero Water Pitcher giveaway!**Closed**

It's hot here! Goodbye to rain and clouds, hello sunshine and heat waves!
This weekend Lincoln stripped down, and we all took turns running through the sprinkler.
And it felt GOOD.

You know what else is good on hot sunshiny days?
A tall glass of ice cold water. Made even better if that water is perfectly purified.

We love to reach in the fridge and grab out our ZeroWater pitcher, then pour ourselves a cup of cool and clean water.
ZeroWater® is the only filtered water from a pitcher that meets the FDA definition for purified bottled water.*

The Pitcher comes with the following products:
  • One ZeroWater® filter cartridge that removes contaminants that cause water to have an unpleasant taste.
  • An independently made TDS Meter to give you peace of mind that your ZeroWater® filter cartridges are working properly. It also lets you know when to replace the filters. When your water starts reading 006 it's time for a change.
  • The one-chamber Pitcher with lid has a pour spout, exclusive in-fridge push button dispenser and a special storage compartment for the TDS Meter.
  • More complete filtration than ordinary carbon filters
  • Clean, crisp taste
  • Includes one Pitcher, one filter, and one TDS meter.
*Filtered potable tap water tested by an independent lab (not the FDA) to meet specifically the water quality requirements for using the label purified. Compared to water produced by leading gravity fed filters.


Their 5-stage unit removes nearly everything from your tap water, leaving you with the cleannes tasting water imaginable. 
They also pledge a Zero Eco Impact. Not only does using their pitcher reduce on plastic bottle waste, the filters are recyclable.

I love my ZeroWater pitcher, and now one of you can have one too!!

 As always, heres how to enter:
(you must be a follower to win) 

For a first entry check out ZeroWater's website, and tell me something interesting you read while there.

And thats it. thats all you have to do. So do it. Now.

Giveaway will end Wednesday June 2, at noon (central)
Good Luck!


17 comments:

Meredith Travels said...

That bottom spout is awesome! We drink a ton of water at my house and this would be perfect.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Gabby said...

Love this giveaway, I could really use this! And I like that one filter usually lasts for 30 gallons...thats a whole lot of water :)

You have the best giveaways, lady!

Jilly said...

You have such a cute little family! Found you on Blogflow, now a follower! Jilly
www.brycenbaby.blogspot.com

wendy said...

I learned that the filter was developed in the 90's

madamerkf at aol dot com

Sarah said...

Wow! A filter cleans 30 gallons of water! That is awesome!

lifero said...

Hi Tia.
Thanks for the comments at Mom Bloggers.
You know we need this filter in Lima - Peru.
We need to boil water in order to drink.

bananas. said...

okay that...is the cutest picture of lincoln, i think. i mean i loved the one of him in the dog crate but this looks like a postcard. love it!

The Aussie Mommy said...

I like the special offers. I'm a bargain hunter like that!

brooke said...

oh man!!! i am so a water drinker!!! and yey for summer!!!! so excited!!! and that photo is amazing!!! is that your child?! so adorable!!

stroker881 said...

I learned that one filter can last up to 30 gallons!
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discoveringthemeinmommy said...

It's "the ONLY filtered water that meets FDA definition for purified bottled water."

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MrsPhilipswithoneL said...

They have one that you can put in the fridge with a spigot so that you can just get water like that. Yay. I reallllllllly want one :)
http://mrsphilipswithonel.blogspot.com/

Tina Peterson said...

Love the water cooler - that would be ideal to take to picnics, etc. I would love to have one of the pitchers. I don't drink enough water and this would definitely help - Omaha's water is awful! Thanks! Tina "The Book Lady" http://www.familyliteracyandyou.blogspot.com

Sherrie said...

Found out Zero Water holds 4 patents on their filter's as of 2008, with some pending!

Thanks for hosting, glad I found your blog!

Liz said...

Very cool that it claims to remove 100% of dissolved solids, and I love the bottom spout! That is a constant battle in my fam, waiting for our pitcher to fill up. Cute blog, just followed ya!

The Party Animal said...

It was made on 1990. I love water and could really use this in my home - looks like it would save lots of money vs. bottled water.

Julie said...

http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?order_num=-1&SKU=16939293 I can buy the pitcher here

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