If you don’t want to spend a lot of money on a water filter but you’re looking for something a little more robust than the average filter pitcher, a counter top water filter is probably something worth looking at. I have included a number of models for you and they all give excellent results when it comes to the taste and look of the water that comes out of your faucet.
These are also great for those of you that travel, and don’t want the added hassle of taking bottled water with you. They’re very easy to fit and won’t take up much space in your luggage!
I’ll bet one of the reasons you’re looking at water filter reviews is because you’re fed-up with changing the filters in your current water filter. I know I was, and that’s why I decided to give you some information on the New Wave Enviro 10 Stage Water Filter System. What you may notice from the name of this system is it mentions 10 stages and to be completely honest, how that works I couldn’t tell you.
If this isn’t the first page you’ve landed on, you will notice I deal with whole house filters, water softeners, products that will do both and even products that will fit on your countertop or under the sink. What got me thinking was how much more expensive it can be if you want to have the luxury of turning your faucet on regardless of whether you’re in the bathroom or kitchen. However, I think I’ve found the answer and it comes in the form of the Culligan FM-15A Level 3 Faucet Filter
Like most of you reading this review, I can’t remember when bottled water first hit the market. However, when I do my weekly shop at the local grocery store, adding a pack of bottled water is part of what I call my “basics” list, but just recently I realized how much money I was spending just on water. The Home Master TMJRF2 Jr F2 could change all that.