The 1.7 liter water pitcher from ZeroWater is their medium sized model. This jug fits 26.7 x 12.4 x 24.1 cm in the door compartment of most refrigerators. The content of this water filter pitcher is 1.7 liters in total, which is sufficient for at least a few pour over brews per day.
- 1.7 liter capacity in a 26.7 x 12.4 x 24.1 cm large jug.
- No Ready Pour technology, you have to wait until the reservoir is empty before pouring.
- Removes 99.8% of all dissolved substances from the water including lime, lead, PFAS, glyphosate, microplastics.
- Always a free filter and TDS meter included.
- All ZeroWater products are completely BPA free.
- As the only water filter jug certified for filtering lead and chromium
More information about all substances that ZeroWater filters can be found under:
What does a ZeroWater filter remove?
We’d recommend getting this in combination with Aquacode.
- Remove the lid and the water reservoir. Discard the filter packaging and, if necessary, screw off the blue cap.
- Make sure that the silicone ring is tight against the filter. Screw in the filter and tighten it firmly to ensure a complete seal. Do not place the filter into the reservoir from above.
- Put the reservoir into the pitcher. Fill up the top reservoir with cold tapwater. And place the lid back on.
- Pour yourself a dry and clean glass with delicious filtered water from your ZeroWater pitcher. Make sure that no water from the upper container drips into the glass during pouring.
How to use & how to use the TDS meter
- Remove the cap and turn on the device. Immerse the meter in water to the maximum immersion level. The screen will show the TDS value of your water. Make sure to change the filter when the meter shows a TDS score of 006 or higher
- Fill a clean and dry glass with filtered water from the ZeroWater pitcher.
- Immerse the TDS-meter in the water to the maximum immersion depth shown on the image.
TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids, meaning the total amount of dissolved substances in drinking water. The substances in tapwater include but are not limited to minerals, metals, salts, pesticides or drug residue.
1st measurement not 000?
Make sure that the filter is screwed in correctly and that there is no water between the silicone ring and the reservoir. To check this, fill the container with water and hold it over the stick. If drops form between the silicone ring and the reservoirm the filter is not screwed in properly and the ring does not create a watertight seal.