AQUA CREST Gravity Water Filter System, NSF/ANSI 42&372 Certified

Regular price $209.99
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Key Features

  • [Trusted water quality]The black carbon filter is NSF/ANSI 42 certified to reduce chlorine, taste, and odor. The water filtration system has also passed the authoritative NSF/ANSI 372 certification for lead-free materials, ensuring the water is clean and safe for you and your family.
  • [Improved taste]The advanced coconut-activated carbon filter media in this water filtration system reduces chlorine by up to 99%, transforming your water taste (tested by a third-party laboratory). The gravity water filter also reduces heavy metals, sediment, rust, soil, and other impurities. ⚡Please note that the system cannot reduce TDS.
  • [Convenient hydration] The installation of this water purifier is simple and requires no plumbing experience. Now you can effortlessly enjoy clean water indoors and outdoors without electricity and be prepared for every emergency or disaster that shuts down the water supply.
  • [Stainless-steel bundle] Made from 304 food-grade stainless steel, this water filtration system is sturdy and leak-proof. It also features a premium all-metal spigot for more durability and sturdiness.
  • [Economical & eco-friendly] The two carbon filters (black) can purify up to 6,000 gallons of water. This can help reduce plastic waste by replacing approximately 45,000 16.9oz plastic water bottles. Get this sustainable hydration solution now!
  • NOTE: Rinse the carbon filter for 1 minute and the fluoride filter for 20 seconds before use. Please note that splashing may occur if your tap is not fully compatible, but this will not affect the product’s performance.
  • Our water filter system is not affiliated with or sponsored by Berkey. Aquacrest is an independent brand dedicated to providing high quality water filtration solutions.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Defective cap on charcoal filters

They seemed to be great at first. Then after a few months I noticed a funny taste in my water. I looked inside and noticed a little keychain ring had fallen inside and had started to rust. So I took it out and thought if these things were working like they should be I shouldn't have tasted anything. So I decided to take it apart and clean it. As I went to dump out the water I noticed that the charcoal filters just fell right out. Both of them had come loose from the cap end with the screw. I had my mom check hers to see if they were doing the same thing and sure enough they had. Very disappointed. Bad design I guess.

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