ZeroWater®
23-Cup
Dispenser

$39.99 buy now botton

Product Info

Enjoy great-tasting water with next generation filter technology. The ZeroWater filtration system combines FIVE sophisticated technologies that work together to remove virtually all dissolved solids from your tap water, delivering you great tasting water. ZeroWater filters are also the only pour-through filters on the market certified by the NSF to reduce lead.

This 23-cup system comes with the largest capacity filter dispenser on the market today, our patented Ion Exchange filter, a laboratory-grade water testing meter, and a guarantee to remove virtually all dissolved solids from your tap water.

ZeroWater's first layer of filtration, activated carbon and oxidation reduction alloy removes the chlorine taste you are accustom to with tap water. The Ion Exchange stage removes virtually all dissolved solids that may be left over from public water systems or even leached into your water from piping such as Aluminum, Lead, Zinc, Nitrate and more. Three additional stages are included to remove other impurities and to ensure your water receives the appropriate amount of treatment time to deliver a "000" reading on your laboratory-grade Total Dissolved Solids meter included. ZeroWater: Advanced water filtration.

ZeroWater ReadyPour
Benefits:

  • NSF Certified to REDUCE LEAD
  • Removes 99.6% of all dissolved solids
  • Purest tasting drinking water

ZeroWater 23 Cup Dispenser
Features:

  • 23-cup container – the largest refrigerator filter dispenser available on the market today
  • One-handed "push to dispense" spout to fill any bottle or cup
  • Easy access flap to fill the dispenser while it's still in the fridge
  • Built-in TDS meter holder

ZeroWater 5-Stage
Dual Ion-Exchange
Filter Features:

  • Certified* to reduce Lead, Chromium, & Mercury
  • Patented 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.

What You
Get:

  • 23 Cup ZeroWater Dispenser
  • ZeroWater Ion Exchange water filter
  • TDS (total dissolved solids) meter that provides a digital measurement of dissolved solids in your water (a $29.99 retail value)
  • User Manual
  • Coupons for future filter purchases

Notes:

* Filtered potable tap water tested by an independent lab (not the FDA) to meet specifically the water quality requirements for using the label purified. Compared to water produced by leading gravity fed filters.

23-CUP DISPENSER is rated 4.2308 out of 5 by 13.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from All is good, but the leak. I just purchased my second Zero Water 23-Cup Dispenser. I truly liked the first one because I take water to the gym and drink it daily, but do not like to drink our local tap water. The only small complaint that I have is that the white water spigot on the front of the Dispenser started to leak after significant use. We tried to tighten the spigot and looked other ways to keep it from leaking, but nothing worked. Sometimes it would hold water and others it would dump the entire contents of the Dispenser into the refrigerator (drawers were filled and food was damaged). If not for this one minor issue, I would give this Dispenser the highest rating possible.
Date published: 2015-07-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Leaks a lot... First of all, the filtering is excellent as well as the capacity. But the leaking from the spout is horrible. It started only a week after purchase and now it is to the point where almost half a cup leaks out at a time. Because of this i decided to come on here to write to let others know. If they fix the problem i will change my rating to 5 stars, but the leak is bad enough that it cuts my rating of the product a lot and i would not recommend unless you can deal with the leaking. Noticing other users experiencing the same problem. Please fix the issue ZeroWater.
Date published: 2015-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Water I've Ever Had in a City I love my Zerowater pitcher and just got the 23 cup dispenser. I love it so much that I am happy that they came out with filters that fits the Britta pitchers. We have well water at our church and even with the Britta filter it taste pretty strong. So I'm going to treat everyone to what good water taste like. You will probably have a lot of orders coming in after they taste what your filters can do to the water at church. I'm so happy, now I won't have to carry my own water bottle to church every week.
Date published: 2015-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Clean Refreshing Water I've been doing the research on water filtration systems and have owned Brita and Pur. Pur being the best of the two in my opinion. But the Zero Water system makes water enjoyable to drink again. South FL has terrible water. If you can get the city water past your nose you're lucky. I don't drink tap water. Now if Zero Water will make a total home point of entry filtration system, I'll be first in line. I do wish that fluoride could be removed though. I don't want to purchase an expensive unit to do this. Krupp up the great work Zero Water!!
Date published: 2015-10-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality is lacking I purchased this pitcher in August of 2015 after seeing it at my sister's house when I was visiting El Paso, Texas. We have bad water in Overland, Missouri. I used a PUR filter on my faucet but according to my TDS meter there is no difference between tap and filtered tap using my PUR filter. The filters in the box lasted about 2 months before the water started tasting funny and TDS meter reading high. Next filters seemed to have air problems and I had to squeeze them to get them to filter properly. The last two pack of filters I purchased were strange. First filter lasted less than ten days and both filters were not sealed in their bags, they were taped up. If I received any more filters that are not factory sealed I will return them. I would recommend the Zerowater system with reservations. I believe they need to work on quality control with their filters. The plastic bag mentions an O-ring on the filter, but I have never seen an O-ring. Please Zerowater, QUALITY CONTROL makes for good products!
Date published: 2016-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Filling issue. When I bought my 23 cup dispenser I was so please whenever I filled it. It completely filtered as much water as I could fit into it. When I checked the water it was time to change the filter. Since I've changed the filter I'm lucky when I fill the top that it filters a 3rd of the water then the rest just sits in the top. I've read all the instructions and I can't seem to find the issue with it. I don't want to just disgard the filter as they are expensive. I'm not sure what I need to do about it, but I do love my zero water. Any suggestions?
Date published: 2016-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Zero reading sold me. I bought this February 3rd, 2016. I have used it for all cooking and drinking, making iced tea, coffee etc. Today March 18th I had to replace filter. This is for a family of 5. Originally my tap water measured 288, filtered fridge measured 154. I decided to use filtered fridge water to fill my zero canister to make filter last longer. Today my tap water measured 256 but fridge water measured 350. The first filtering with new filter measured 34. So I drained it and put it back through,finally got 0 reading. This was after several tries and switching glasses. I was first using small plastic and switched to glass to test water. But I am wondering if my tester could have gone bad. You will know when filter needs changing because water starts to smell like fish tank.
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Water Filtration Pitcher I've Had I absolutely love this water dispenser. Me and my family go through so much water that we have to constantly refill our filtered water pitchers. I recommend this over any/all other products out on the market today. Thanks Zero Water for the amazing product!!
Date published: 2015-09-18
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Is there a list of items that the Zero Water Filter remove?

Asked by: Brenda
We are certified by the NSF for the removal of lead, chromium, and mercury, but have been proven to remove much more. You can see the full list here: http://zerowater.com/comparison-chart
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-04-05

Hello, I have the zero water 23 cup dispenser and I bought it about two weeks ago. It was working great and just yesterday the filtering slowed down drastically. what would cause the water to sit on top of the filter for 6 hours without filtering?

Asked by: AshandMom
This is most likely an air bubble. You can break it up by squeezing the filter when it is wet or has water on top - it will shift the beads inside to break up the bubble and should improve flow.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-04-04

Our 23c zero will not drain more than 12 cups.  Water just sits in the top reservoir.  No air in filter.  When we empty and start again, it drains fine for the first 12 cups, then stops.  our tap water is 062.  brand new unit.

Asked by: KCLC
You might have an air bubble inside your filter that is blocking water from getting through. You can try wetting the top of the filter and then squeezing it to break up the bubble - this should help!
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-04-04

What can we do if the water drips out of the filter very slowly?

Asked by: anacarla1
It is most likely an air bubble. Wet the top of the filter and squeeze it to try to break up the bubble.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-04-04

How many cups of water should this dispenser filter? Thanks

Asked by: Lisa1
It will depend on the TDS of your tap water -- the average tap water gets about 30 gallons per filter, but it will be more or less if your water has a lower or higher than average TDS reading. The harder the filter has to work, the shorter the filter life.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-04-05

Does it take out flouride? If so, what percentage?

Asked by: Holly
You can see a chart of each contaminant and its removal rate here: http://www.zerowater.com/comparison-chart.php
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-04-05

Why is it taking so long to drain after only filling twice . It was fine! What's up?

Asked by: Scooterbill
You probably have an air bubble - try wetting the top of the filter and then squeezing it to break it up.
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-03-25

Why does it take so long to drain through?

Asked by: Scooterbill
Our filters are slower than others, simply because the technology relies on the water making contact with the ion exchange beads. However, if it is filtering REALLY slowly, you might have an air bubble. Try squeezing the filter a few times when it is wet!
Answered by: ZeroWaterTeam
Date published: 2016-03-25
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