We compare the 3 most popular water filters in a side-by-side battle. It’s PUR vs. Brita vs. ZeroWater filter. What’s the best tasting water? Find out now.
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1:14 TDS Test
2:17 Taste Test
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Which water filter should you buy?
I would recommend Brita to people who:
Want to spend less money on filters – At the time of our review, Brita filters generally seemed to be less expensive than both PUR and ZeroWater.
Want the best tasting water – based on our taste tests, Brita water tastes the best (according to our taste testing panel). It was far from perfect when it comes to TDS, but as far as taste goes, Brita is #1.
I would recommend PUR to people who:
Want a pitcher that removes more stuff – Number by number, the PUR filter does remove a larger range of contaminants. If you suspect your water source is more susceptible to these contaminants then PUR would be a better choice.
Your water source isn’t high on TDS – PUR was the worst when it came to removing dissolved solids. If you live in a place with hard water or otherwise have a high TDS I would suggest not getting PUR.
I would recommend ZeroWater to people who:
Want to purify down to 0 TDS – If the number of total dissolved solids is the most important issue, it’s hard to beat the performance of ZeroWater in terms of TDS alone. This filter blew the others right out of the water, taking TDS down to 0 every single time we tested.
You’re okay getting used to new tasting water – removing 100% of TDS means the water is going to likely taste very different compared to what you’re used to. As a result, it can take a while to get used to the new taste of the ZeroWater.
Check out the full contextual PUR vs. Brita vs. ZeroWater comparison here:
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- July 28, 2022