Water Pitchers That Filter Fluoride

If you read my article about “The How’s and Why’s of Water”, especially if you have osteoporosis, you should know which pitchers do what.  I searched for “water pitchers that filter fluoride” and came across this article from a Canadian who has researched water pitchers that say they filter fluoride.

His article includes water filter pitchers, reverse osmosis, gravity-fed filters, reverse osmosis filters, and other things.  I’m focusing on water pitchers.

His favorite water pitcher is “Clearly Filtered”.

Other water filter pitchers he recommends are:

  1. Maxblue
  2. Propur
  3. Pur
  4. Zerowater

I bought the “Clearly Filtered” brand but I am returning it and buying Zerowater instead.

Why?  Several reasons:

  1.  The pitcher sucks. If you try to pour water from the pitcher into a glass, it will spill on the floor because the pitcher’s spout is too wide.
  2. It’s not easy to pick up with one hand like my Aquagear pitcher.  I decided to keep using my Aquagear pitcher (they no longer filter fluoride) if the filter from Clearly Filtered would fit.  It does!
  3. The filters cost $62.52 on Amazon and that’s too much!
  4. Amazon customers have complained about their filters saying that they didn’t fit the pitcher.
  5. The pitcher costs $110 on Amazon, much more than other water filter pitchers.
  6. One guy who reviewed this product on Amazon tested the water and said the filter added things (that we should not drink) to the water.

Casey J Krol, the man who did the research wrote, “Clearly Filtered was able to remove fluoride. It took fluoride levels from 0.6 ppm all the way down to 0.0 ppm. This product is the official water filter pitcher recommendation of Truth About Fluoride.”

And he wrote this about the Zerowater filter pitcher: “One of the few pitchers that can remove fluoride. As it took fluoride levels from 0.6 ppm to 0.0 ppm. It also has the exact same filter as Maxblue; the only difference is how it looks. I recommend this product.”

Zerowater has different water pitchers on Amazon.  I read the descriptions, looked for the price, and decided to get the Zerowater ZD-012RP model.  The pitcher costs $39.95 and the filters cost $15.94. (If you go to Amazon to see this pitcher, you will see several pitchers with that name.  Please read the descriptions of each one before you buy one.  Some do not filter fluoride.)

Why would anyone buy the Clearly Filtered pitcher that costs more than twice what another pitcher costs but does the same thing?  The company charges more for filters and has negative reviews on Amazon.  That’s enough for me.

(BTW:  I just checked my email and “Clearly Filtered” company sent me a label to put on the box for the pitcher I am returning and they are taking the cost of shipping out of my refund.)

Till next time,

Please be kind to everyone you meet, for we all have our hidden sorrows. ~Tzaddi



Truth About Fluoride NEWSLETTER (May 2022) by Casey J Krol: “Popular Water Filters Tested For Fluoride (37+ Filters Tested)”.




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