What Makes This Good Stuff
Reverse Osmosis filters have been around of a long time, but as you may already know, we have never been big fans of reverse osmosis. Yes, they make dirty water into very clean water…but in the past there have been drawbacks, like lots of wasted water, difficult maintenance, challenging installations, slow water delivery, etc.
We’ve come upon a new countertop reverse osmosis system that eliminates some of those problems, and it just might be the answer to your family’s needs.
Unlike most countertop filters, ZIP (Zero Install Purifier) is not a gravity type filter. Gravity filters, while better than no filter at all, come with certain limitations and problems.
ZIP is a true reverse osmosis filter. As such, the water produced is super-clean. And because ZIP has an internal pump it produces water much faster than most reverse osmosis systems…up to 75 gallons/day! That’s an amazing amount of water for such a compact unit.
ZIP purifies water much more efficiently than typical reverse osmosis units, and it also captures all the water typically wasted. That water can be used for other purposes around the house.
This unit can even go with you when you move or travel. It’s easy…simply plug it in, fill it up and push one button. Done.
Maia now has one in her Brooklyn home because she is unable to drill a hole in her countertop and most countertop filter systems require the old-style faucet . Like many folks, she has the newer type faucet that cannot connect to a typical countertop filter.
We will be making a video soon showing how easy the ZIP filters are to set up and use.
So if you’ve been frustrated with the typical countertop water filter offerings, the ZIP reverse osmosis filter may be the answer you’ve been looking for.
They are available in two color schemes and will look great in your kitchens.