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Beehive Beverage Dispenser
"Thick and Sturdy" by Stacy D.

Exactly what I was hoping for! Great decoration piece.

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Palais Glassware High Quality Mason Jar Beverage Dispenser - Traditional Tin Screw Off Lid - 1.5 Gallon Capacity .
Review by Carol C.

Good quality, purchased for a party and filled with lemon water. Very easy to fill and clean

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Zero Water ZD018 Ion Exchange Water Dispenser with Free Water Quality Meter
Review by traycc76

I did not purchase the zero water for any altruistic purpose. I did it to save money. I used to by bottled spring water because I grew up in a rural area and never acquired a taste for city water. I hate the taste of chlorinated water. I was looking for an alternative to expensive, and yes wasteful, bottled water that would taste good enough to drink. I did a lot of research before deciding to buy this, and I am glad that I did. The result is that I love the choice I made. I am going to discuss my experience with this product and also respond to some of the other reviews that I read here. So here we go: 1. The product is solidly made. I have owned this for five months and have had no problems with leakage from the filter (I am on number two) where it connects to the water reservoir or any other mechanical problems. 2. When I first set the product up, I did neglect to watch the O-ring around the filter when I tightened it. I saw a few drops of water leak out around the seal, realized what had happened, and screwed the filter on making sure the O-ring was secure and tight. This was complete user error and had nothing at all to do with the product. I mention it so that if you are just starting out, you do not make the same mistake. 3. It does take awhile for the water to filter through. When I first got this and after replacing the filter, I would say it took about twenty to thirty minutes to filter enough water to fill the container. After filling it the first time, I have just gotten into the habit of pouring water in when I take water out. It is easy and gives me a constant supply of water. 4. The life of the filter is highly dependent on the water quality from your tap and how much water you use. I was worried that I would end up spending more on filters than bottle water costs; it did not end up being a problem in my area. The TDS for my tap runs somewhere between about 98 and 140 ppm (parts per million) with an average of around 111 ppm. I have learned this from testing the TDS over time. To test the life of my first filter, I decided never to add water to the reservoir unless it was below 120 ppm. The only time my water gets above this is when their is a big rain storm, so I just worked around the weather. Using this as my guideline, my first filter lasted 71 days. I am on number two, now. Also, I use somewhere between two-thirds to all of the water capacity daily. Way more economical than bottled water! Note: Before purchasing this, I went to the zero water website. They have a section where you can enter your zip code, and it tells you what the average TDS is for your area. For my area, their information was accurate. I would suggest doing this when deciding if this is right for you, especially if the cost of filters is an issue. 5. The taste of the water is good. Now, I will say that for the first four or five days the water has a funk to it. I thought it tasted vaguely like when you use purification tablets in water. I was not impressed, but I thought it was better than city water. What I noticed was that after a few days the water tasted better. This happened again when I replaced the filter. I am guessing that when you first use the filter there is some aromatic residue from the filter itself, but it goes away basically after you get through the initial water that you put in. I have super sensitive taste - my boyfriend did not notice the funk at all. He really likes this water, and once the funk goes away, I really like it, too. No chlorine taste! Yay! 6. I have read some concerns in the reviews about the pH of the water that you get. I have not tested the pH of the water after it has been treated with the zero water system. However, If the pH is 4 or 5, I am not very concerned about it. The natural acidity of your stomach is around 4 to 5, and drops to somewhere between 1 and 2 when you eat. I have had no problems with an acid stomach, etc. from this product. In fact, the lower acidity may reduce the amount of acid your body has to produce to counteract what you have consumed. I am not sure, but I have not noticed any changes in my physiology in response to drinking this water. Overall, I am extremely pleased with my zero water purifier. It is economical, produces tasty water, and is very convenient. It is slender enough that we keep ours in the refrigerator, so we not only have good water, but we can keep it cool, as well. In five months, mine has more than paid for itself in savings from buying bottled water. Hope this effort helps if you are making the decision as to whether or not this investment is right for you

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Palais Glassware Clear Glass Beverage Dispenser with Bail & Trigger Locking Lid 2 Gallon Rooster.
"2 gallons and its large glass container" by Nicole M.

This canister is just perfect! Its 2 gallons, with a pour spout and is great for my difused water to hold lemon, limes or cucumber water etc.. This helps me to monitor my daily water intake as well!

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ZeroWater Pitcher ZD-010RP, 10-Cup Ion Exchange Water Dispenser with Free Water Quality Meter - L
Review by Karen K.

This was a replacement for a previous purchase that was defective. I received a prompt refund and ordered another one. I love this pitcher and the water tester. I have a chlorine smell on my water, this unit filters the water and no chlorine smell! Awesome! I would recommend this product!

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Palais Glassware Stainless Steel Beverage Dispenser Replacement Spigot Kit, Polished Finish
Review by Russ M.

Appears to be a solid valve; the support washers are very thin, but seem to be adequate for the purpose.

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Hormel Vacuum Glass-lined Chrome-plated Carafe
"Sandi" by Sandra R.

I have used this brand carafe for more than 15 years. It is truly the best on the market. I have had hot coffee from this carafe 10 hours later, still warm after 15 hours. It is amazimg.

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Zero Water 6 Cup Water Filter Pitcher with Free Water Quality Meter, NSF Certified - Full
Review by Tammy C.

It works great. The description stated glass pitcher when I ordered but it was plastic

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