×

Legal Info

When you visit any website, it may store or retrieve information on your browser, mostly in the form of 'cookies'. This information, which might be about you, your preferences, or your internet device (computer, tablet or mobile), is mostly used to make the site work as you expect it to. You can find out more about how we use cookies on this site, and prevent the setting of non-essential cookies, by clicking on the different category headings below. However, if you do this then it may impact your experience of the site and the services we are able to offer.

ZEROWATER PORTABLE TRAVEL MUG

€19.99
Tax included
Now you can have pure-tasting water anywhere you go!

The ZeroWater Portable Sports & Travel Bottle combines the top-performing filtration technology with a stylish, convenient design so you can get great tasting water out of your tap whether you're at home, at work or at the gym.

The ZeroWater Portable uses the patented ZeroWater filtration system, which combines FIVE sophisticated technologies that work together to remove virtually all dissolved solids from your water. The result is great-tasting water, straight from the tap, and the only pour-through filter pitcher on the market that’s certified by the NSF to reduce lead.

If the water is moderately polluted (TDS shows ~ 200 ppm), the portable water filter can purify about 19 liters of water.

This product can be bought with COD
Quantity
Textured, easy-grip lid and matching straw
0.8L Capacity
Easy-grip lid with matching, integrated straw
Built-in water filtration system to purify
tap water for great taste

WHAT YOU GET:
76cl Silver ZeroWater Travel & Sports Bottle
ZeroWater Ion Exchange water filter
ZEROWATER SPORTS & TRAVEL BOTTLE FEATURES:
76cl capacity
Built-in water filtration system to reduce dissolved solids
Patented 5-stage Ion Exchange Filter
Stylish, convenient and durable plastic construction
Textured, easy-grip lid with matching, integrated straw
Dishwasher safe
ZEROWATER 5-STAGE DUAL ION-EXCHANGE FILTER FEATURES:
Certified* to reduce Lead and Chromium
Premium 5-Stage Dual-Ion Exchange filtration system Ion-Exchange system that removes virtually all dissolved solids in your water
The FDA requires the TDS level in PURIFIED bottled water to reach 000-010ppm.
ZeroWater is the only filter in its class to achieve this level.

Below are the performance results of ZeroWater’s 5-stage filter vs. a conventional filter for inorganic chemicals as listed under the EPA’s national primary drinking water regulations and contaminants listed under the EPA’s secondary drinking water standards. Results shown are based on a 150 litre filtration, double the rated usage to ensure consumer safety.


ZEROWATER FILTER INCLUDES:

METALS


CONTAMINANT
ZEROWATER FILTERSBRITA MAXTRA
AVERAGE ZEROWATER REDUCTION
95%
AVERAGE BRITA REDUCTION
68%
Antimony97%91%
Arsenic (+3)83%0%
Arsenic (+5)93%41%
Asbestos97%8%
Barium98%88%
Beryllium97%70%
Cadmium99.9%79%
Chromium 381%47%
Chromium 699.9%23%
Copper99%99%
Cobalt99%95%
Iron98%99%
Lead97%80%
Manganese98%52%
Mercury96%92%
Selenium98%0%
Silver81%52%
Thallium99%93%
Uranium99%90%
Zinc98%99%
INORGANICS


CONTAMINANT
ZEROWATER FILTERSBRITA MAXTRA
AVERAGE ZEROWATER REDUCTION
68%
AVERAGE BRITA REDUCTION
33%
Chlorine95%95%
Cyanide31%0%
Fluoride41%17%
Nitrate74%0%
Nitrite81%28%
Beryllium55%81%
How are the zerowater filters tested?

Test results as performed by 3rd party laboratory is based on NSF/ANSI testing protocol of pour through devices for contaminants listed under the National Primary Drinking Water Standards.

Contaminants were tested at the average Influent Challenge Concentration levels as established under testing protocols by contaminant type. Results shown are based on a 150 litre filtration, double the rated usage to ensure consumer safety.

These results are calculated from an average of two pH's (6.5pH and 8.5pH) * Indicates NSF Certified Contaminant reduction percentages for ZeroWater. These results are calculated from an average of two pH's (6.5pH and 8.5pH) Testing performed Quality Filter Testing Laboratory, LLC located in Wilmington, DE. Quality Filter Testing Laboratory, LLC is an independent ISO 17025 laboratory certified by WQA and IAPMO to test water filters as per NSF/ANSI Std 42, 53, 58, 401, 473, P231.

Test results based on NSF/ANSI testing standards of pour through devices as performed by Quality Filter Testing Laboratory, LLC, located in Williamstown, New Jersey, an independent ISO 17025 laboratory recognized by IAPMO.

ZeroWater’s 5-stage filter with a rated capacity of 75 litres and Brita’s 2-Stage Standard Filter with a rated capacity of 150 litres were tested in accordance with the products’ recommended daily usage of 7.5 litres of filtration per day. Results shown are based on an averaged calculation of each filter’s test results of drinking water at a pH level of 6.5 and pH level of 8.5.

Brita® is a registered trademark of Brita®, L.P, which is not affiliated with Zero Technologies, LLC.

Challenge Water Preparation:

The Metals challenge water was prepared by adding the appropriate amount of reagent standard to 20 Litres of water to get a concentration stated by the NSF/ANSI standard 42 or 53 for each metals, except for those metals that are not included in the NSF/ANSI standard, these metals were prepared 10 times the concentration of the EPA drinking water limit for that particular metal. The challenge water was passed through each filter, side by side, at a rate of 1 litre, 45 minutes load/45 minutes rest, and a filtered water sample was taken from each filter after 20 litres and tested for each metal using the EPA method 200.8 except for Iron that was tested using SM 3111-B. Adjusted the pH to 6.5 and 8.5 for all contaminants and the average of the two results was reported for each metal.

The Inorganic-Non-Metals- Parameters challenge water was prepared by adding the appropriate amount of reagent standard to 20 Litres of water to get a concentration stated by the NSF/ANSI standard 42 or 53 for each parameter, except for those parameters that are not included in the NSF/ANSI standard, these parameters were prepared 10 times the concentration of the EPA drinking water limit for that particular parameter. The challenge water was passed through each filter, side by side, at a rate of 1 litre, 45 minutes load/45 minutes rest, a filtered water sample was taken from each filter after 20 litres and tested for each parameter along with the challenge water using the respective EPA method, or Standard Method for the Examination of Water.

Summary:

The compounds tested are compounds listed by EPA as Primary and Secondary drinking water contaminants. The compounds tested are also listed by the NSF/ANSI Standard 53 and Standard 42 with established procedures for filter manufactures reduction claims. The procedure used in this comparison study were based on the NSF/ANSI standards 42 and 53, 2018 editions. The methods of analysis used in this study are EPA approved methods for drinking water.

ZR-019
118 Items

List of our partner stores

Become our partner

  1. DREMA UAB
    Savanorių pr. 175, LT-
    | info@zerowater.lt
    Get Directions
  2. Parduotvė LIJADA
    Vytauto g. 60, LT-
    | stirbyte@gmail.com
    Get Directions
  3. UAB PAULITAS
    Dujotiekio g. 30, LT-
    | paulpaulitas@gmail.com
    Get Directions
Show More ››
Hide ››
Quantity