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Top 5 Best Water Filters

Top 5 Best Water Filters
VOICE OVER: Ryan Wild WRITTEN BY: Richard Bush
Once you've had filtered water, there's no going back. And if you like the idea of having filtered water in your home or when you're on the go, then it's totally doable. But with so many water filter options available, which one should you buy? To help you decide, we've sifted through numerous website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products.

Script written by Richard Bush

Top 5 Water Filters (2020)


Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best water filters on the market in 2020.

Once you’ve had filtered water, there’s no going back. And if you like the idea of having filtered water in your home or when you’re on the go, then it’s totally doable. But with so many water filter options available, which one should you buy? To help you decide, we’ve sifted through numerous website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products. Okay, first up.

The Sink Option

APEC Water Systems ROES-50 Essence Series Top Tier


Perhaps the most sought after water filter option is a kitchen-based faucet one. This APEC model sits under your sink and delivers five stages of filtering, limiting as many as 1,000 different contaminants. Priced at around $200, it does take up a lot of space under the sink, but it is very easy to install. And the system comes mated to a premium-style faucet too. Review website The Spruce named it as its best overall water filter pick.

The Whole House Option

Aquasana Rhino Whole House Water Filter System (EQ-1000)


From faucets to entire households next, with this Aquasana system being ideal for those who live in an area where the local water supply is less than ideal. With this whole house system, everything from your kitchen drinking water to your bathroom shower and tub water will be filtered. At $800, the price may seem steep, but it’s claimed to work for 10-years - or 1 million gallons.

The Pitcher Option

Brita Everyday Pitcher


Pitchers are probably the most common household water filter, purely because they’re so inexpensive. This Brita option costs just $28 and holds enough water for 10 cups. Thanks to its internal filter, this pitcher helps reduce pollutants like mercury, chlorine and copper. With over 8,000 consumer reviews on Amazon, with an average rating of 4.5 stars, you can be sure you’re getting a solid, tried and tested product.

The Other Pitcher Option

Pur Classic 11-Cup Pitcher


Offering similar appeal to the Brita Everyday pitcher - and the same $28 price tag - this Pur Classic model offers a slightly larger capacity - at 11-cups - and, best of all, a super simple to use easy-fill lid, which means you can fill it up with one hand. The handle of this pitcher is particularly ergonomic too, being slightly curved to allow for comfortable pouring.

Before we reveal our last pick, we wanted to give a shout out to a few other great products:

CuZn Under Counter Water Filter (UC-200)


Brita Stream Filter-As-You-Pour


Apex Countertop Drinking Water Filter


The Bottle Option

LifeStraw Go Water Filter Bottle


If you frequently go camping or hiking - or you just don’t like drinking from a public water supply, this LifeStraw water bottle ensures you can have filtered water anytime, anywhere. Priced at around $40, this water bottle can hold 23 ounces, and uses an in-built filter to remove up to a claimed level of 99.9% of waterborne bacteria. It’s even available in a wide range of colors.

So which water filter should you choose? Well, do you want filtered water in your kitchen, in your bathroom or in your backpack? Because you can have them all, just be sure to be realistic about what water filtering capabilities you actually need, before spending unnecessarily.

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