ZeroWater 23 Cup Dispenser Review: How Good Is It Actually?

Are you looking for a budget-friendly water dispenser for a large family?

If yes, you should consider ZeroWater 23 Cup Dispenser as one of your top options.

Using an advanced filtration technology, this water dispenser boasts of the ability to remove over 90% of the common contaminants found in your tap water.

It promises to supply you and your family with clean, great tasting water.

Before you order this dispenser, however, allow us to take you through some important details you need to know about it below.

Pros

  • Advanced filtration technology
  • Highly affordable
  • NSF certified
  • Integrated with TDS
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    Easy to handle/refill
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    Extra-large water capacity
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    90-day limited warranty

Cons

  • Short filter life
  • Slow filtration rate

Key Features and Benefits:

23 Cup Water Capacity

The number one thing we like about this water dispenser is that it comes with generous water capacity.

When full, it will hold a total of 23 cups, making it the largest refrigerator water dispenser you can find on the market.

This is the main reason why we recommend this unit to bigger families, offices or even sports fields where there are a high number of people who want purified drinking water.

Superior Water Filtration

This is not just any other water dispenser you’ve used before.

Unlike most of the units out there which use the standard water two-stage activated carbon filtration process, this filter uses the Next generation filtration system which takes your water through a total of 5 filtration stages for maximum removal of contaminants.

This is how the filter works:

First, the combines activated carbon plus oxidation-reduction to remove the chlorine smell and taste usually found in tap water.

In the next stage (ion exchange stage), where all the dissolved solids that might have been left over from the public water systems or have been leached into the water from lead, aluminum, and other piping types.

For your information, this filter has received NSF certification for reduction/removal of mercury, zinc, iron, copper, chlorine, lead, hexavalent, hydrogen sulfide, and aluminum in tap water.

Finally, your water goes three more additional stages to remove all the remaining impurities in water.

Thanks to the integrated, battery-powered TDS water quality meter, you’ll be able to test the quality of the filtered water to ensure you’re taking healthy, great-tasting water.

Incredibly Easy To Use

Like most of the top-rated water dispensers you'll find out there, this ZeroWater unit also comes with an easy to use design.

Most notably, it features a flip-up lid which facilitates easy refilling of water.

It also features a no-drip spout for easy pouring of filtered water into the glass. The on-hand pull & pour spout also contributes to the overall ease of use of this dispenser.

Unlike most dispensers that have a disadvantage of not dispensing all the water inside, this unit boasts of a unique shape which ensures that all the water inside is completely dispensed.

This means you’ll not have to worry about stale water in your unit.

Space Saving Design

Though we said that this water dispenser has a larger capacity than most of the other units out there, it doesn’t mean the unit has a bulky size.

It measures approximately 6-inches x 11-1/5-inches x 15-1/5-inches. It has a sleek, slim, space-saving design that neatly fits on a shelf inside your refrigerator or the counter.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Does this filter remove fluoride?

The ZeroWater filters have no certification for reducing fluoride. However, fluoride is an inorganic compound, and the work of TDS is to detect any inorganic compounds in your tap water. So, if your filtered water reads 000, it means that your water is likely to be free from fluoride.

2. How long does the filter last?

On average, the filter will process around 25-30 gallons of water. The lifespan of your filter will, however, vary depending on the TDS level in your water. The less the TDS levels, the longer the filter lifespan.

While this unit doesn’t come with an indicator for the filter replacement, you can make use of the integrated TDS meter to know the status of your filter. For instance, if the meter reads 006, it’s time to replace it.

3. What replacement filter should I order for this filter?

The replacement filter number is #ZR-017, which is indicated in the filter that’s shipped with the unit.

Final Verdict

That’s all you need to know about ZeroWater 23 Cup Dispenser before buying it.

As we’ve seen in this review, this water filters employs an advanced filtration system which takes your water through 5 filtration stages to remove the chlorine bad taste and odor as well as all the dissolved solids in your tap water.

Unlike most of the water dispensers on the market, this unit comes with an integrated TDS meter which enables you to test the filtered water to ensure it’s healthy and great-tasting.

The flip-up lid, on-handle pull & pour design, non-drip spout, and space-saving design—all contribute to the ease of use of this unit.

With a capacity of 23 cups of water, this is the best dispenser for larger families or homes with more people, offices, sports fields, etc.

On top of it all, the dispenser has a pocket-friendly price tag, which makes it affordable to everyone.

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