Clear2O Pitcher – Filtered Water Without The Wait

Clear2O Pitcher – Filtered Water Without The Wait

Clear2O Water Pitchers (Images courtesy Applica Consumer Products Inc.)
By Andrew Liszewski

While the Clear2O website goes out of its way to avoid mentioning the Brita water filter, it’s pretty obvious who this company has targeted as their primary competition. Sure the Brita is convenient to use, can be stored in the fridge and is far cheaper than an installed system, but I don’t know anyone who likes to sit and wait for clean water to trickle through the filter. And that’s where the Clear2O pitcher has a huge advantage, since it can be filled from your faucet in just 38 seconds.

Instead of the granular carbon filter used by the Brita, the Clear2O uses a solid block of carbon. This solid filter removes 5 times more contaminants than the “leading brand of water filter pitchers” (aka Brita) thanks to a pressure system that forces the water through. The pressure actually comes directly from your faucet, since the Clear2O has a detachable hose at the bottom of the handle that connects directly to the spout. So as fast as you can fill up a regular pitcher, you can now fill one up with filtered water instead.

The Clear2O is available on the company’s website for just $19.95. Replacement filters are also available for $13.99 each, or in a 3-pack for $29.99.

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3 thoughts on “Clear2O Pitcher – Filtered Water Without The Wait”

  1. I really doubt that it will fill as fast as a regular pitcher, if you know anything about filters, pushing water through a solid carbon filter is like taking a piss with a prostate the size of a watermelon, you dont get much done fast, chances are, it will flow faster than a gravity system, but still leave you waiting…

  2. This won’t help me much as I use my Brita pitcher at work.. I don’t think my co-workers would appreciate me hooking a hose up to the community sink just to fill my water pitcher. Waiting the minute or two for my pitcher to filter a carafe of water just doesn’t seem all that long to wait. If I’m really thirsty I can always get a cup from the tap while I wait for the good stuff.

  3. I just wanted to reply to BTK’s & Bruce’s comments regarding the fill rate of the pitcher. I have one, my mother has one and all my friends and relatives want one. This pitcher is amazing it does fill within 40 -50 secs using the water pressure of your kitchen faucet. We have one in our office sink now and it does not impede others from using the sink since the hose is only attached when filling the pitcher. (The hose is attched to the pitcher) Amazingly clean drinking water and also decreases the amount of bottled water we use at home and the office.

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