About three weeks ago I found myself doing something I rarely do: buying a gallon of water. It was definitely easier and lighter than filling up a 5 gallon jug and trying to turn it upside down into the water dispenser we have at home but how much long was it going to last me? When would I have to go back to get another one? Or would I attempt to lift that heavy 5 gallon jug?
I wished for an easier way to get drinking water. A few hours later I received an email asking me if I would like to review a Pur Water Filters. I was very happy and surprised (and wished for the lotto winning numbers but those haven’t arrived).
My water filter arrived in a small box with a very easy set of instructions which were very straight forward and easy to follow. I installed the filter in five easy steps that took less than five minutes. I removed the original aerator and the washer, I chose a new adapter (four different sizes come in the package) and tightened the new adapter. I then took the cover off, inserted a filter, replaced the cover and installed the PUR device with one click.
After installation it was very easy to use and the water tastes really great. I love to see my son carry a little chair to the kitchen, place it in front of the sink and then get himself some water.
I am very happy with the PUR filter because it is convenient, easy to use, looks great and water tastes great. Also when comparing the use of PUR to buying bottled water you can save up to $1,000 a year and replace up to 3,000 plastic bottles a year (doesn’t that make you smile?)
And now for the giveaway…
PUR Water Filter will send one lucky winner one faucet mount filter like the one I got. Enter here:
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= n. In Venezuela a slightly watered down black coffee. Commonly served after meals and a great companion to conversations.
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