Posts Tagged: "Filter"

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Blueair Sense Air Purifier Review

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There are few products that have been able to achieve a design aesthetic that is on par with Apple, Dyson and those alike. So who would’ve thought that one of those companies to achieve such would be a maker of Air Purifiers. I sure as hell didn’t. The Blueair Sense...

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The EveryDrop Water Filter Accommodates Any Busy Life

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Whirlpool has now made it easier to get fresh, filtered water fast, wherever you are! The portable water EveryDrop filter can filter one gallon of water in just two minutes and has the capacity of 60 gallons, or 50% more water with only one filter (than leading brand filtration pitchers)....

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Eva Solo Ice Tea Glass Carafe with Smart Filter

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It ain’t tough to make ice tea.  Just brew up your favorite leaf, cool, add ice, and you’re in business.  But we all know one glass is never enough, and the ice inevitably waters it down, resulting in an almost flavorless sipping experience.  Plus, something like this calls for some...

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Bobble: Making Water Better

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Water is big business.  This is well known.  I personally am a very fickle water drinker.  Being that it’s my main form of liquid intake (glug, glug), I’m always looking for cool water solutions (hehe). Bobble’s solution is a BPA free and fully recycled PRET water bottle with a filter...

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US Canteen’s Ultimate Water Bottle: The H2Only

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Those of us out there looking for a great reusable water bottle to use on the go should keep reading.  The H2Only bottle is made from stainless steel and filters out 99.99% of all pollutants found in drinking water.  The bottle holds up to 25 ounces of water and would...

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Charcoal Water Filter Pitcher

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The last thing I associate with clean water is charcoal, but what do I know anyway.  Apparently not much.  This eco-friendly charcoal water pitcher must be the first of it’s kind to use Japanese Iouseki stones and Binchotan charcoal to purify and deodorize the water, making it mineral-rich and odor...