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Zuvo Water Filtration System

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www.myorganizedchaos.net,I think most people prefer not to drink water from their kitchen sink. Regardless of time of year, mine just doesn’t taste right. We have a water cooler in the house, yet I have realized that it’s actually quite expensive to own {filters, cleaning, refills on the water containers}. As well, I have been really trying to maximize space in our house, and my water cooler takes up a ton of room that I could use. Another thought is the safety aspect. I often think of how easy it would be for the Twins to tip the cooler, and all the damage that much water would do to our house. So, when offered the opportunity to review the Zuvo Water Filtration System, I was really excited. After reading up on the product, I thought it was the perfect solution for our household

What it is:

Zuvo Water Filtration system is a water purator that attaches to the kitchen faucet. It comes in two models, an above the sink model and one that goes under the sink {hidden from view}

How it Works:

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Step 1: Ozonation

In nature, ozone is generated by lightning and cleans the air where rainwater forms. The Zuvo Water Purator mixes ozone with incoming tap water to treat taste and odor contaminants and improve taste. Like chlorine, ozone is a powerful oxidizer. Unlike chlorine, ozone leaves no chemical residue.

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Step 2: Ultraviolet Light

The ozone saturated water is flooded with high-intensity UV light – the same as the solar energy that cleans water in the upper atmosphere.

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Step 3: Photo-oxidation

The Zuvo Water Purator combines UV and ozone in a patented process known as photo-oxidation which releases powerful oxidizers to further treat the water

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Step 4: filtration with lead removal

Pure spring water is created by passing through fine particles in the earth. Zuvo uses the same principle by passing water through a Class 1 Particulate Reduction Filter, reducing chlorine taste and odor, lead, and tiny particulates.

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Step 5: post-filtration UV

The filtered water is again exposed to high-intensity UV light as it leaves the Zuvo Water Purator, ensuring that you get clean, healthy, great tasting water…just the way nature intended!

www.myorganizedchaos.net,My tap water has changed drastically since I started using the Zuvo Water Filtration System. Not only is tap water clear, but it’s really fresh in taste. I am very surprised that my own tap water was changed so much, I love it. And, it’s easy to turn on and off for when you want the pure water – or when you are cleaning dishes. I got the above counter model, and just to clear the countertop and make space – I would have preferred the below counter model {Yet, that model requires the Zuvo faucet}. In the end, I very much like drinking the tap water thanks to the Zuvo Water Filtration System, so I have grown used to the system sitting beside the sink. Hey, it’s better than the huge coolr taking up much more space in my kitchen area! Plus, it’s actually a wonderful reminder to drink more water! The Zuvo Water Filtration System retails for $299.99, and requires a filter change every 6 months {filters are about $29}. Now, I totalled the cost and ‘upkeep’ of my current cooler and realized that for years we have been paying 40% more per year for our current cooler, than if we had initially purchased one of these. Since I am not one to purchase products like these and then replace it a years time – the Zuvo is a frugal purchase when you think of the long-term cost. Plus, the System does come with one replacement filter, and there are coupons if you need them, on the Zuvo website.

Disclosure: I was provided with product to facilitate this review post, opinions are my own.

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  1. I learned the Zuvo Water Purator uses only two filters each year-and they help recycle them, this means less waste so it’s better for the planet.
    thanks for the chance

  2. I learned there are 60 million water bottles added to our landfills everyday…what a waste- I drink 2 a day myself!! This would be a great product to win or buy:)

  3. I learned that the Zuvo also takes chlorine out of the water! karasceviour at hotmail dot com

  4. I learned that Zuvo is donating all profits from the sale of it’s water bottles to The Hippo Water Roller Project. Way to go!

  5. I learned it takes 47 million gallons of oil to make all the plastic water bottles

  6. Zuvo helps you to recycle your filters & only uses 2 a year. That would be a big improvement over the filters we use now

  7. I learned that the Zuvo Water Purator uses only two filters each year-and they even even help you recycle them.

  8. I learned that the Zuvo works on Hard Water!

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  10. I learned there are 60 million water bottles added to our landfills and that’s every day!

  11. I learned that the Zuvo uses only 16 filters over a 5 year period compared to the 149 that is used by 2 of the most popular pitcher filter systems out there, or 59 in their faucet systems! What a difference.

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  12. I learnt that they are a member of the cooking club of America and that Over time, Zuvo costs a fraction of what you’ll spend on bottled water or pitcher filters.

  13. I found out that donates all profits from their reusable water bottles to helping provide Africa with safe water. Thanks for the great giveaway and the information as well.

  14. I learned that the Zuvo Water Purator uses only two filters each year-and they even even help you recycle them

  15. The UV Light in the Zuvo Purator is rated for 10,000 cycles. Zuvo believes this represents a 7-10 year life-cycle.

  16. i learned that the uv light will not hurt your eyes or skin as the energy from the UV lamp in the Zuvo Purator is absorbed by water in the system and by the walls of the plastic treatment chamber.

  17. I learned that the ozone is converted to oxygen when passing through the filter!

  18. can be over or under the counter- easy to install,,,does not use alot of power, and takes the lead out

  19. I learned that we use 47 million gallons of oil each year just to produce plastic water bottles. The Zuvo Water Purator uses two filters each year and even helps recycle them.

  20. I think you covered most of it! Let’s see– Zuvo won approval from the cooking club of america.

  21. I learned that the Zuvo Purator must be plugged into a 110V electrical outlet in order to function properly.

  22. I learned that your water is only as clean as your filter is, which may not be very clean. Not to mention the amount of money that my family can save.

  23. I learned that the uv is not harmful to your eyes or skin because it is absorbed by the water and materials

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  24. I learned that there are no retailers close to me- the closest is at least 30 minutes away.

  25. I learned:

    Will the UV lamp hurt my eyes or skin?

    No. Under normal use, the UV energy from the lamp is absorbed by water in the Zuvo Purator and by the materials of the treatment chamber. Always follow manufacturer’s instructions when replacing the UV lamp.

  26. I learned there are 60 million water bottles added to our landfills every day!! 60 million I never thought it would be that many, not good.

  27. I learned that Zuvo Water Purator does not reduce fluoride in your drinking water.

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  31. I learned that the Zuvo Water Purator uses only two filters each year.

  32. 60 million water bottles added to our landfills everyday. That’s a lot of waste. If I had the Zuvo water filtration system, I would not be contributing to that problem.

  33. UV light won’t damage your eyes by the way it is absorbed into the water

  34. I learned the UV light just needs to be replaced every 7-10 years and the replacement cost is 79.99

  35. I learned that the UV Light in the Zuvo Purator is rated for 10,000 cycles. Zuvo believes this represents a 7-10 year life-cycle. So it will last for a long time!

  36. I learned that the tubing used in the diverter assembly both BPA and Pthalate free and the device does not impart any known harmful chemicals into the water.

  37. 47 million gallons of oil to make plastic water bottles..omg

  38. I learned that Zuvo has been donating all the profits from the sale of the water bottles to The Hippo Water Roller Project which is awesome.

  39. Pick me, your next winner! Starving artist here desperately needs clean water. I learn that the system really have great value.

  40. The filter needs to be plugged in but should not affect the electric bill much if at all.

  41. I have a water cooler too, and I’ve added not a bottle on the top, but a non expensive filter system. I put tap water into that, and it filters into the cooler. I refuse to buy bottled water, and always have. This has saved me tons of money, as well as being enviromentally friendly. I’m all for any filtration systems that will help to avoid those darn plastic bottles!

  42. I learned that the UV light will not harm eyes or skin, and that it is absorbed by the water and the plastic walls in the filter.

  43. I learned that you do not have to change the filter for every 6 months! Great

  44. I learned that it is very easy to install and that the UV light has a rating that estimates a 7-10 year life.

  45. I learned that if you don’t have a faucet that can connect, you can buy a suitable one from them.

  46. I learned there are 60 million water bottles added to our landfills everyday – I never realized that it was so many!

  47. The Zuvo is BPA free. And it removes chlorines.

    I keep aquariums & need to reduce the chloramines in my water. It doesn’t mention chloramines or ammonia on their website, but it’d still make my drinking water much better. We have horrible water in this area.

  48. I learned – more than 60 million plastic water bottles that end up in our landfills every day. Yikes!!
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  52. I learned that Zuvo is donating all profits from the sale of its line of stainless steel water bottles to Hippo Roller.

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  53. I learned that the Zuvo Purator uses a “broad spectrum” UV lamp. In addition to visible light, the Zuvo Purator UV lamp emits shortwave UV energy across a band of wavelengths from 160 nanometers to 260 nanometers (hence the term “broad spectrum”). These two key UV wavelengths are fundamental to the Zuvo performance. I don’t exactly understand what that means, but it sure sounds impressive. Thank you for the great give-away.

  54. I learned that more than 60 million plastic water bottles that end up in our landfills every day

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  57. I learned that it is better for the Earth because it only takes 2 filters a year and they help us recycle them. I am guilty of using a plastic pitcher , with the average family disposing of 25 or more water filters each year.

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  59. I learn with Zuvo you can make a difference by not adding to the more than 60 million plastic water bottles that end up in our landfills every day.

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  60. learned that 60 million water bottles are added to our landfills every day

  61. THe UV filteration process is not harmful to me or my family and it is fun to watch!

  62. I learned that the Zuvo Water Purator uses electricity, but there should be little, if any, noticeable change in your electricity bill since the system uses just a small volume of electricity only when it is on.

  63. I love that Zuvo gives back, by giving all proffits from their aluminum water bottle to Africa for clean water!

  64. I learned the Zuvo Water Purator uses only two filters each year-and they help recycle them, this means less waste so it’s better for the planet.

  65. I learned that the Zuvo Water Purator works on both soft and hard water.

  66. I learned that in the long run Zuvo is cheaper than bottle water.

  67. “pitcher filters, your water is only as clean as the filter you use” Yikes

  68. The Zuvo Water Purator uses only two filters each year-and the company even helps to recycle them.

  69. I learned that when purchased the Zuvo Water Purator comes complete with a water filter plus and additional filter for free.
    Each filter is good for 500 gallons or 6 moths whichever comes first.

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  72. I heard that they donate all their profits from their reusable water bottles to helping provide Africa with safe water! Too cool!

  73. I learned that we use 47 million gallons of oil each year just to produce plastic water bottles. The Zuvo Water Purator uses two filters each year and even helps recycle them.

  74. I learned there are 60 million water bottles added to our landfills everyday!

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  76. i learned that it doesn’t take a lot of electricity, you won’t notice a difference on the bill

  77. I learned that 60 million water bottles added to our landfills everyday…yikes! ~ 🙂 Thanks!

  78. I learned the Zuvo Water Purator uses only two filters each year!

  79. I learned that the faucet be used without the water going through the Zuvo Water Purator.

  80. Zuvo is donating all profits from the sale of it’s water bottles to The Hippo Water Roller Project.

  81. I learned the Zuvo Water Purator has been independently tested to the NSF 53 standard for the reduction of lead and is rated at 500 gallons per filter

  82. I learned that the Zuvo uses two filters each year, and that the company helps recycle them.

  83. I learned that whether installed on the countertop or under counter, the Zuvo Purator must be plugged into a 110V electrical outlet in order to function properly.

  84. The Zuvo used UV light to provide germicidal treatment.
    From the FAQ: How long does the UV lamp last?
    The UV Light in the Zuvo Purator is rated for 10,000 cycles. Zuvo believes this represents a 7-10 year life-cycle.

  85. Thanks for the giveaway…currently the Zuvo Water Purator is not rated for reduction of arsenic in drinking water.

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  86. I learned there are 60 million water bottles added to our landfills everyday

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