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Their ad says they will send a postage paid label to attach to packaging from replacement filter once you insert used filter. However, I found problem with their website ... found no place "active" to print this label. Wish they'd contact me ...
Nancy MacMillan
· March 20, 2018
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The Aquagear Filter Pitcher is tested to remove 90% of Fluoride from municipal tap water. Test data can be viewed on our website!
aquagear®
Seller · January 26, 2016
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For one thing it holds more. I have only used Britta and Aquagear, so I am limited in my ability to help you, but I have a well with everything from iron oxide to sediment. The test kit does show zero for lead, sediment, and a few more rather undesirable elements. I haven't used it long enough to gauge filter life t… see more For one thing it holds more. I have only used Britta and Aquagear, so I am limited in my ability to help you, but I have a well with everything from iron oxide to sediment. The test kit does show zero for lead, sediment, and a few more rather undesirable elements. I haven't used it long enough to gauge filter life though. So far, I am very pleased with taste of water and filtration. Hope this helps. see less For one thing it holds more. I have only used Britta and Aquagear, so I am limited in my ability to help you, but I have a well with everything from iron oxide to sediment. The test kit does show zero for lead, sediment, and a few more rather undesirable elements. I haven't used it long enough to gauge filter life though. So far, I am very pleased with taste of water and filtration. Hope this helps.
Kindle Customer
· March 20, 2016
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The Aquagear Filter Pitcher leaves healthy trace minerals in your water like calcium and magnesium while removing toxic inorganics like heavy metals.
aquagear®
Seller · January 23, 2016
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Aquagear® water filters are made out of activated carbon and a unique formulation of ion exchange materials that provide the greatest contaminant reduction in the industry.
Firstly Aquagear uses absorbant carbon derived from coconut shells that remove organic compounds and pollutants from water. As contaminated water… see more
Aquagear® water filters are made out of activated carbon and a unique formulation of ion exchange materials that provide the greatest contaminant reduction in the industry.
Firstly Aquagear uses absorbant carbon derived from coconut shells that remove organic compounds and pollutants from water. As contaminated water passes through the Aquagear water filter, absorbant carbon media trap and neutralize waterborne pollutants. These toxins include disinfectants like chlorine, solvents, PCB's, PBDE's, and compounds that cause bad taste and odor. In addition to this, Aquagear uses CRM Ion Exchange Materials in a chelative matrix to effectively remove heavy metals, industrial and agricultural pollutants, and trace pharmaceuticals. Using adsorption, absorption, chemical bonding, chelation, and depth filtration, Aquagear's unique formulation of activated carbon and ion exchange materials turns ordinary tap water into great-tasting, filtered water.
Using these filtration processes, the Aquagear Filter Pitcher is tested to remove 90% of Fluoride from municipal tap water. Test data can be viewed on our website! see less
Aquagear® water filters are made out of activated carbon and a unique formulation of ion exchange materials that provide the greatest contaminant reduction in the industry.
Firstly Aquagear uses absorbant carbon derived from coconut shells that remove organic compounds and pollutants from water. As contaminated water passes through the Aquagear water filter, absorbant carbon media trap and neutralize waterborne pollutants. These toxins include disinfectants like chlorine, solvents, PCB's, PBDE's, and compounds that cause bad taste and odor. In addition to this, Aquagear uses CRM Ion Exchange Materials in a chelative matrix to effectively remove heavy metals, industrial and agricultural pollutants, and trace pharmaceuticals. Using adsorption, absorption, chemical bonding, chelation, and depth filtration, Aquagear's unique formulation of activated carbon and ion exchange materials turns ordinary tap water into great-tasting, filtered water.
Using these filtration processes, the Aquagear Filter Pitcher is tested to remove 90% of Fluoride from municipal tap water. Test data can be viewed on our website!

aquagear®
Seller · February 11, 2016
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Hi Taylor,
The filter has not been submitted for NSF certification. It has been tested to NSF Standards 42 and 53, meaning that it meets and exceeds the protocols for contaminant reduction set by the NSF organization. The test data to corroborate this comes from independent, ISO 17025 certified laboratories accredited… see more
Hi Taylor,
The filter has not been submitted for NSF certification. It has been tested to NSF Standards 42 and 53, meaning that it meets and exceeds the protocols for contaminant reduction set by the NSF organization. The test data to corroborate this comes from independent, ISO 17025 certified laboratories accredited by, among others, the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference (NELAC), Oregon Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ORELAP), and County Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County (LACSD).
The results of this lab testing can be found on our website under "Testing Certificates." see less
Hi Taylor,
The filter has not been submitted for NSF certification. It has been tested to NSF Standards 42 and 53, meaning that it meets and exceeds the protocols for contaminant reduction set by the NSF organization. The test data to corroborate this comes from independent, ISO 17025 certified laboratories accredited by, among others, the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference (NELAC), Oregon Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ORELAP), and County Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County (LACSD).
The results of this lab testing can be found on our website under "Testing Certificates."

aquagear®
Seller · April 5, 2016
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I have had mine for about 2-3 months and read where the filter lasts for 6 mos. I will change my filter when the water starts slowing down considerably and so far it hasn't slown down at all. So I'd say to be aware of the filtration time at first and gage it from there. I hope I have helped you out. I love mine and… see more I have had mine for about 2-3 months and read where the filter lasts for 6 mos. I will change my filter when the water starts slowing down considerably and so far it hasn't slown down at all. So I'd say to be aware of the filtration time at first and gage it from there. I hope I have helped you out. I love mine and use it everyday. I put it in the refrigerator so the water is super cold.
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I have had mine for about 2-3 months and read where the filter lasts for 6 mos. I will change my filter when the water starts slowing down considerably and so far it hasn't slown down at all. So I'd say to be aware of the filtration time at first and gage it from there. I hope I have helped you out. I love mine and use it everyday. I put it in the refrigerator so the water is super cold.
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humboldthoney
· May 25, 2016
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Hello,
We recommend using the Aquagear filter only with authentic Aquagear products.

aquagear®
Seller · May 29, 2017
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No it will not. The goal of a good water filter is to leave behind minerals in the water. Unfortunately you source already has too many minerals to begin with. I would recommend a small home distillation machine. I'm not sure about amazon but if they don't carry small stovetop units check out lehmans.
Brandon
· September 5, 2016
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Simple answer is no.
But you might do some additional research on alkaline water in how it can actually be very unhealthy as well.

Julez
· April 15, 2018