Sunday, February 28, 2010

Zuvo

AND THE WINNER IS: CINNAMONLAINE!!
CONGRATULATIONS!!!


A few years ago the Doctor told hubby that he was supposed to drink more water. We all know how important it is to drink 8 glasses of water a day - we've been told often enough :) However hubby really didn't like the water we got out of our taps. It comes from a dirty river about 12 miles away. Of course it goes through a filtering system and they add lots of chlorine to make it drinkable, but it still doesn't taste that great. Some times it would taste like they forgot to add the water to the chlorine. YUCK!


So to make the doctor happy and hubby healthier we first bought a jug with the filters, but got tired of buying the filters all the time. So we switched to buying bottled water. We did invest in the cooler w/jugs and used it for many years. But really - who wants to pay for water? One and a half years ago I needed a new fridge, so we purchased one with a water dispenser, so we wouldn't have to spend the $40-$50 a month on water, only $60/year on filters. We love having ice on hand through the fridge but filling up a glass of water sure takes a long time when you are thirsty.
Close to the end of December I found Zuvo on the net. They have two types of water filters that hook up to your sink.

Zuvo offers user friendly new technology that reduces unwanted, potentially unhealthy contaminants in drinking water -- without stripping it of the trace minerals that give water its refreshing, distinctive taste. It works in real time with no waiting. No other water cleansing system can make this claim of cleanliness combined with good taste.

We all know the reasons we need to drink more water: weight loss, healthier bodies, better energy, exercise aid, cooking, the list is endless. The new Zuvo Water Filtration System, (Zuvo means to your health in Latin) a terrific new easy to use eco friendly device would be a great fit in any new product reviews. The Zuvo is telegenic and visually fascinating to watch, once it's plugged in you see the water bubbling in a blue UV light and getting cleaner before your very eyes.

This small home water treatment appliance is based on a patented technology platform that reproduces the photo-oxidation process naturally occurring in the environment (go to www.zuvowater.com for a more detailed explanation of the five-step process). It is an easy-to-install, cost-effective device ($.06 per gallon, compared to more than $1 per gallon for bottled water, over the course of a year) not requiring interim plastic pitchers or chemical additives. As an added bonus, eliminating the use of bottled water helps reduce the 32.8 billion water bottles that end up in landfills every year and it requires fewer filter changes that the famous name brand filter systems on the market.

There is the On the Counter version and the Under-counter version. Because I have a small kitchen with limited counter space we decided to get the "under the counter" model. Once we figured out how to hook it up - it didn't take to long. Because our kitchen is over 50 years old, we don't have the nice flex hoses underneath the sink, everything is copper which made hooking up a little more difficult. Plus we had to make a whole in the counter top to place the tap through. Just to see how it would work on a new set-up, hubby hooked it up in our basement bathroom which has newer plumbing. It took about 15 minutes to get it going, and is easy enough that any person that is a little handy could do it. The instructions are well written with great pictures :) Everything is color coded for easy hook up. If you have 2 wrenches the right size or a pair of pliers - you are good to go.

We've been using the Zuvo Water Filtration System for a week now and really like it! We've all done taste tests to see which water is better: tap (yuck!), fridge and Zuvo. The Zuvo water tastes like nothing, it even removes the chlorine taste! We are very happy with the Filtration System and would definitely recommend it to everyone.

NOW FOR THE GIVE AWAY!
One winner will get an On The Counter version of the Zuvo Water Filtration System!!


In either the Polished Charcoal finish or the Brushed aluminum metal finish. Features Zuvo’s patented 5-Step UV/Ozone Cleansing Process. Includes activated carbon filter (installed), adapter/diverter for standard faucets, and owner’s manual.

THIS GIVE AWAY IS CLOSED

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425 comments:

  1. This is cheaper in the long run compared to buying bottled water
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  3. I learned that ozone is created by lightning. Fascinating. I would prefer the charcoal.
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  8. I learned that it produces the least waste of popular water filtering mechanisms.
    I would choose the brushed aluminum finish.

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  9. I subscribe to your blog through email

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  10. I learned that The UV Light in the Zuvo Purator is rated for 10,000 cycles. Zuvo believes this represents a 7-10 year life-cycle.
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  11. I subscribe via email and I would choose the Aluminum color...forgot to mention it above
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  12. I learned that:
    The Zuvo Water Purator replicates nature's water-cleansing process, reducing contaminants while preserving your water's natural and healthy mineral content.

    I would choose the charcoal Zuvo.

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  18. The Zuvo filters out chlorine but not flouride. I like that the filters last about 6 mos. With the additional filter, that's a year of using the Zuvo before you have to even think about replacement filters! I'd love to have the black one.

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  19. oops, I said "black" but I meant "charcoal". I think you'll know what I meant. :)

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  24. I learned I can easily install it myself.
    I would choose the charcoal one.
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  27. i'm all about drinking better water! i learned that because they use a UV light to filter out the bad things in the water, no creation of biofilm is made. and that is less messy, which is always a good thing in a busy household!
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  28. i follow your blog! and i forgot - i'd pick the aluminum one 8)
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  40. Aluminum! They give away 5% of their products to places with unclean water areas. VERY COOL OF THEM!
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  41. Great product. I learned that this would help the green initiative by not buying and disposing of plastic water bottles.

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  42. I tweeted: http://twitter.com/strasfamily/status/10041632068

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  43. I learned that the system filters out chlorine but not flouride. Would love the stainless!

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  45. I learned that the system filters out lead. I would like the charcoal.

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  49. I learned that the UV light is estimated to have a life span of 7 to 10 years!!
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  50. I learned that ozone is created by lightning. I would prefer the charcoal one.

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  53. I learned that "over time, Zuvo costs a fraction of what you'll spend on bottled water or pitcher filters." Thank you.

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  54. I learned that "over time, Zuvo costs a fraction of what you'll spend on bottled water or pitcher filters." I'd prefer the aluminum one. Thank you.

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  55. I like how it uses very little electricity!!!

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  66. I learned that the water is exposed to high intensity UV light twice in the 5 step cleaning process. I would like the Charcoal one.
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  71. I like the charcoal finish and that it must be plugged into a 110V electrial outlet to work correctly

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  78. Over time, Zuvo costs a fraction of what you'll spend on bottled water or pitcher filters.

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  81. it is better for your health. it reduces contaminants.
    i like the aluminum one.
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  88. Hi! I LOVE your giveaways!!! :) I hope to win one some day!!!

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  89. OH boy I am so sorry... I meant to enter that comment for the giveaway above... will fix that now. :)

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  90. To be recognized as a water purifier,
    a water purifier must be able to treat water of unknown microbiological quality and, in that water, reduce bacteria by 99.9999% (6 logs), viruses by 99.99% (4 logs) and cysts by 99.9% (3 logs)

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  91. I learned that the Purator uses only two filters each year-and they even help you recycle them.

    I'd love the charcoal one!
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  92. tweeted: http://twitter.com/happyenchilada2/status/10091734423
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  96. I learned that The energy from the UV lamp in the Zuvo Purator is absorbed by water in the system and by the walls of the plastic treatment chamber. I would like the charcoal one.

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  97. I learned that The Zuvo Purator uses UV light at the wavelength of 254nm for supplemental germicidal treatment of disinfected public drinking water!

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  98. Oh yes I would like the brushed aluminum metal finish and I blogged about this giveaway!
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  99. I tweeted about this giveaway!
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  106. I learned that Zuvo uses a 5-step process to purify water, rather than filter it. I would like the aluminum model.

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  107. Blogged... http://smiss00.blogspot.com/2010/03/win-zuvo-water-purification-system.html

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  108. posted to facebook http://www.facebook.com/Simply.Smiss

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  109. tweeted http://twitter.com/Smiss00/status/10131004568

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  110. Bottled water isn't necessarily safer than tap water because the plastic can leach chemicals into the water.

    I like the charcoal finish!! This is such an awesome giveaway!!

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  111. I learned that "The Zuvo Water Purator combines UV and ozone in a patented process known as photo-oxidation which releases powerful oxidizers to further treat the water". I would like the Charcoal one.

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  112. I blogged: http://thestylemd.blogspot.com/2010/03/im-addicted-to-green-giveaways.html

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  113. I twittered: http://twitter.com/mgonyeo/statuses/10135381332

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  114. i learned that over time, Zuvo costs a fraction of what you'll spend on bottled water or pitcher filters.

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  115. The Zuvo removes chlorine and lead traces from public drinking water
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  120. It takes 47 million gallons of oil each year to produce all those plastic water bottles. I'll pick charcoal

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  121. I learned that the Zuvo uses--The Zuvo Purator uses a “broad spectrum” UV lamp.

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  122. tweeted on 3/8---http://twitter.com/maynekitty/status/10179574995

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  124. I read that you can change the filter every six months or so -- which is twice as long as our current pitcher filter system. Thank you so much! ceevegnashville [at] gmail [dot] com

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  125. I learned that the Zuvo Water Purator requires electricity but there should be little, if any, noticeable change in your electricity bill since the system uses electricity only for the few minutes a day that it is used.

    I'd choose the polished charcoal finish.

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  126. I learned that it produces the least waste of popular water filtering mechanisms.
    I would choose the brushed aluminum finish.

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  127. I learned it comes with easy-to-follow installation instructions and that I can install it myself. Aluminum is my choice



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  130. I posted your giveaway on my Facebook page Carol P Dziuba http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=752204468&ref=nf

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  131. I learned that the UV Light in the Zuvo Purator is rated for 10,000 cycles. Zuvo believes this represents a 7-10 year life-cycle.
    I would love the charcoal!
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  132. Ozone is created by lightning.I like aluminum.

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  133. tweeted http://twitter.com/annedoggett/status/10190521020
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  134. I learned that The UV Light in the Zuvo Purator is rated for 10,000 cycles. Zuvo believes this represents a 7-10 year life-cycle.


    I would like the Brushed aluminum one.

    :) Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! :)

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  138. The Zuvo Water Purator uses only two filters each year. I'd go with aluminum

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  139. i love that it only uses 2 filters a year and they recycle them! i'd choose the aluminum. heatheranya at hotmail dot com

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  141. I learned that It takes 47 million gallons of oil each year to produce all those plastic water bottles.

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  142. learned that it helps treat Hard water, a huge problem in my house.

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  143. I tweeted http://twitter.com/eyzofblu63/status/10209937560

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  144. I subscribe by email (iheartsweeping@aol.com)

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  145. BETTER FOR THE PLANET
    With Zuvo, you can make a difference by not adding to the more than 60 million plastic water bottles that end up in our landfills every day.

    & charcoal!

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  146. I learned that Pure spring water is created by passing through fine particles in the earth. Zuvo uses the same principle by passing water through a Class 1 Particulate Reduction Filter, reducing chlorine taste and odor, lead, and tiny particulates. I would pick the charcoal one.
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  147. I learned that it filters a lot of water before needing to change the filter "Filters should be changed at approximately the 500 gallon point, or 6 months, whichever comes first."

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  148. Tweet http://twitter.com/Ziggywag/status/10215452569

    and I forgot to say in my first comment that I like the charcoal

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  151. I learned that the UV light used by Zuvo won't hurt your skin or eyes because "The energy from the UV lamp in the Zuvo Purator is absorbed by water in the system and by the walls of the plastic treatment chamber"
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  152. I tweeted
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  153. I like that you can sent the old UV lights back to the company for recycling. I'd like the charcoal version. Thanks.

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  154. I learned that bottled water is no safer or healthier than tap water.
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  155. tweet http://twitter.com/5memb/status/10222122809
    and forgot to say Aluminum
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  156. The truth is bottled water is typically no safer or healthier than tap water and chemicals can even leach from plastic bottles into water.
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  157. I like that the tubing is both BPA and Pthalate free

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  158. http://twitter.com/dwalline/statuses/10227376786

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  159. I learned that the water is exposed to high intensity UV light twice in the 5 step cleaning process. I would want the Aluminum.
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  161. I learned that it takes 47 million gallons of oil each year to produce all the plastic water bottles we use!

    I would like the Stainless Steel.

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  162. Email subscriber

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  163. Shared this giveaway on Facebook (Genny Heavenly)

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  164. Tweet!

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  165. Better for the Planet
    Mother Earth hates plastic water bottles. It takes 47 million gallons of oil each year to produce all those plastic water bottles.

    I want charcoal

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  166. It doesn't remove flouride and aluminum would be my choice

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  167. It takes 47 million gallons of oil each year to produce all those plastic water bottles. That's pretty disturbing. I had no idea.
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  172. I learned that the system filters out chlorine but not flouride. Would love the stainless!

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  173. I learned that "Zuvo's patented Puration process uses nature's own cleansing process right in your kitchen." Would like the aluminum one. Thanks for the chance at winning.

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  174. tweeted http://twitter.com/annedoggett/status/10248516418
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  175. I went over to Zuvo's site. I'm glad to read that Zuvo's filtration works on hard water. I'd love to win the Aluminum.

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  179. Tweeted here- http://twitter.com/baniclips/status/10254710320

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  180. Blogged- http://banicontests.blogspot.com/2010/03/zuvo-water-filtration.html

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  182. I learned that Zuvo is better for your health, wallet, and the planet.
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  183. I learned

    How often will I need to change my filter?
    Filters should be changed at approximately the 500 gallon point, or 6 months, whichever comes first.

    I would like the charcoal

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  185. I was surprised to learn that it does not filter flouride.

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  186. Think it is really cool that ozone is created by lightning

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  187. It takes 47 million gallons of oil each year to produce all those plastic water bottles. I'm kind of blown away by this.......

    shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

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  188. Tweet! http://twitter.com/channynn/statuses/10275459520

    (and I'd pick charcol filtration)

    shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

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