Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Zuvo Water Review and Giveaway

                                                 Zuvo™ Water

I love feeling like I am giving my family a healthy start with everything from the food we eat to the water we drink. Zuvo Water is helping me do that with clean healthy water and it's five step process using nature's own cleaning process right in my kitchen. A Zuvo Water Filtration system can easily be installed above the counter right to your faucet or under the counter for a space saving idea. It treats non-pathogenic organisms, taste and odor contaminants, reduces aesthetic chlorine, lead, and tiny particulates that can be in your tap water using a UV light.

Countertop                       Under Counter               

What I like about Zuvo Water is how easy it is to install, we installed it under the counter, we have limited counter space in our kitchen so it was great to have that option. Our water tastes crisp and clean with just the run of the filtration system. The boys are trying to sneak under the sink to watch the bubbles as the water filters through!

There are two models to choose from, the Zuvo Water Filtration System - 300 and 100 Series, here is some information about the Series and differences-

There are two different series of the Zuvo Water Filtration System including the 100 and 300 Series.

There are a number of key differences between the two series. The 300 Series systems include both a filter indicator light and buzzer to tell you when to change your filter. This takes the guesswork out of knowing when to change your filter.

Another key difference is that the 300 Series systems come with a high-capacity filter (400 gallon filter life) and the 100 Series systems come with a standard-capacity filter (250 gallon filter life).

The 300 Series systems include a charcoal-colored reservoir, and the 100 Series systems include a clear-colored reservoir.

All Zuvo replacement filters including the standard-capacity, high-capacity and VOC filters are compatible with all Zuvo systems. A standard- or high-capacity filter combined with any Zuvo system reduces the following water contaminants: chlorine taste and odor, lead, cysts (Cryptosporidium and Giardia), tiny particulates and non-pathogenic microorganisms.

Any Zuvo system combined with a VOC (volatile organic compounds) filter reduces all water contaminants that the standard- and high-capacity filters do plus VOCs (volatile organic compounds). The VOC filter has a filter life of 250 gallons.

An added bonus, if you often buy water bottles this is also a money saving and better for the planet solution. Nice!

Enter to win a Zuvo Water Filter System for your kitchen sink

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 *Limited to US residents 18 years old and above. Giveaway starts Oct. 30,  2012 and ends on Nov. 14, 2012 at 12:01 am EST. Winner will be emailed and has 72 hours to respond before another winner is selected. I was not paid for this giveaway or post. The opinions on this item are 100% mine and may vary from others. The sponsor is responsible for providing the prize. I was sent a product to review for this post.


Momma Told Me said...

I'd use it for drinking water!

Audra Weathers said...

It would be for my Mom, for drinking and cooking water. She's on city water and it tastes terrible. I've been looking for a water filter system for her.

Heather! said...

I think its primary use would be for drinking water. We'd also use it for cooking and coffee (like you)!

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Rambles of a SAHM said...

We would use it for drinking!!

Amy L said...

I would use it for drinking, coffee, tea, and cooking.

Unknown said...

Mostly just for drinking...I drink A LOT of water!

karenmed409 said...

Filter the baby water for the formula and our drinking water, instead of filling jugs at our local supermarket

Lilia F said...

All of the above. Plus my Gatorade mix

latanya t said...

drinking water

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