Whats the need for water purification?

Water Jugs
Gravity filter
Reverse Osmosis
3 Stage water filter

Determining the “best” water filter is not a straightforward answer, as it depends heavily on your specific needs and priorities. Each type of filter has its own pros and cons, so it’s essential to consider factors like:

  • Contaminants you want to remove: Are you primarily concerned about chlorine and fluoride, or do you want to eliminate a wider range of chemicals and heavy metals?
  • Budget: Filter prices vary considerably, with simple pitcher filters being the most affordable and RO systems on the higher end.
  • Ease of use and maintenance: How much time and effort are you willing to invest in installation, filter replacements, and cleaning?
  • Living situation: Do you have limited space or prefer a portable option like a jug filter, or can you accommodate a more permanent under-counter system?
  • Water Jug Pitchers: Great for basic filtration on a budget, convenient for limited space, but limited purification capabilities.
  • Gravity filters: Effective against a wider range of contaminants, longer filter life compared to pitchers, still relatively affordable.
  • Under-counter filters: Offer convenient on-demand filtered water, good range of options for varying needs, require some installation and plumbing knowledge.
  • Reverse osmosis (RO) systems: Most comprehensive contaminant removal, ideal for areas with heavily polluted water, require more space and maintenance, some debate about mineral removal.
  • Water distillers: Easy to use and affordable, remove all contaminants including minerals, require remineralization for taste and health reasons.
  • For budget-conscious and basic needs: Gravity filters offer a good balance of affordability and effectiveness.
  • For convenience and comprehensive filtration: Consider under-counter systems with multi-stage options for chlorine, fluoride, and other contaminants.
  • For heavily polluted water or maximum purity: RO systems can be the best choice, despite their higher maintenance requirements and higher cost depending on make and size.
  • For portability and simplicity: Jug filters remain a convenient option for basic filtration and limited space.
  • Distillers are the easiest of the bunch but you have to run it for 4-6 hours to make 6 litres of water  

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Zero Water Jug filter

One of the better Jugs, claims to filter a majority of contaminants with its Ion filter. 

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Klar Water Pitcher

A great Pitcher that Removes Fluoride, Lead, Microplastics, PFOA, PFAS, and Pesticides.


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iSpring 3-Stage Under Sink Water Filter

Filters fluoride and chlorine plus many other contaminants. NSF/ANSI standards (42, 53, 61) plus filter last 6 to 8 months. I chose this model as it's a reputable company and replacement filters are cheap.


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iSpring 6-Stage Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filter

Certified to NSF/ANSI 58,  6-Stage Alkaline Remineralization Layered Filtration. Complete filtration.


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