Friday, February 27, 2015
Zero Water Portable Tumbler Review and Giveaway, Ends 3/16/15
I drink a LOT of water. At least 80 ounces per day. Is that too much? Nope! You see, most physicians and nutritionists recommend at least eight 8-oz cups of water per day. That's 64 ounces. Because I'm over-weight, I require (and want) a bit more.
That's means I was drinking four to six bottled waters per day. It also means I was spending about $15 per week on bottled water. That's gets expensive. Almost $800 per years. Again, $800 per year for bottled water.
Why did I drink bottled water? Because I thought it was healthier and tasted better.
Then, I discovered Zero Water!
I was blessed to receive the new Portable Tumbler and I am enamored! Literally, I could taste the difference from the first sip. Aside from my morning coffee, I've been drinking water from the tumbler. I carry it with me everywhere I go. It's sits on the desk next to me. It's going to be with me for a long time.
It's simple and easy to put together (trust me, if I can do it, you can do it!). If you have any issues, there are detailed instructions included in the packaging. You can also find instructions and other information on Zero Water's YouTube Channel.
Not only has it saved me $15 already this week, it's changed the way I look at water. There are so many chemicals, minerals, salts, and detritus from run-offs that it's truly frightening. The Zero Water ION Exchange Filter removes even the tiniest of particles from the water. What you drink after is pure. It's clean, fresh, and safe.
As a wife, mother, and grandmother, my family's health is the most important thing to me. This filtration system gives me peace of mind.
Zero Water also makes Water Pitchers in several sizes. Be sure to check them out.
Another thing that greatly impresses me about Zero Water is their Water Filter Recycling Program. That's right, recycling! Just save and return two full-size Zero Water filters and you will receive a $10 Coupon Code that you may redeem at ZeroWater.com. That is giving back to the customer AND helping to keep the earth free from waste!
Now, I am not going to try to explain all of the details of how the filtration system works. I suggest you read, as I did, the Frequently Asked Questions page.
I can SHOW you a great video explaining it! Ya gotta love a talking water pitcher! :)
The Zero Water Portable Tumbler is available in Blue (like mine) or Silver. It retails for approx. $14.99 and is available at the Retailers.
You can also sign up for Zero Water coupons and savings!
Connect with Zero Water on their website, Facebook, YouTube, and @zerowaterfilter on Twitter.
The generous folks at Zero Water have offered one of my lucky readers the chance to win a portable tumbler for their very own!
Just follow the entry instructions below for your chance to enter to win!
Open to USA, 18+, No PO Boxes, please. Contest Ends on 3/16/2015
I received a Zero Water Portable Tumbler for purpose of review. I received no monetary compensation. The opinions expressed herein are my own and based on my own use of and experience with the item.