Pfister Delivers Filtered Water From the Kitchen Faucet

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I feel like my home and vehicle are water bottle wastelands.  I find them on night stands, in diaper bags, on kitchen counter tops, rolling under the seat of my car.  And more often than not they are still half full.  This drives me crazy for so many reasons.  Buying a huge case of water every time I go to the grocery store is such a waste of money.  Not to mention our house is rather small and so this case of water tends to just sit on the kitchen floor taking up valuable space.  Plus there are these facts about bottled water that are basically mind boggling…

FACT #1:  The label “purified water” doesn’t guarantee that the water is from a mountain spring. Often, bottling companies purchase municipal tap water, put it through a filtration process, bottle it, and then sell it back to consumers for hundreds to thousands times the cost.

FACT #2:  5 out of 6 plastic bottles are improperly recycled. Also, some plastic bottles are shipped overseas for cheaper recycling.

FACT #3:  17 Million oil barrels are used in the production of plastic water bottles each year. Enough to fuel 1,000,000 cars for one year.

FACT #4:  6.74 gallons of water are used in the production and transportation of a 1-liter water bottle.

FACT #5: 1 liter of fossil fuel is used in the production and transport of 1 plastic bottle, emitting 1.2lb of greenhouse gases.

Do you feel that?  Water bottle guilt.  They’re bad for our environment, bad for our bank account, and can even be bad for our health.  But what’s the alternative?  Drinking straight from the tap?  I live in an area where we have city water which goes through a treatment facility, but did you know these treatment plants are not set up to detoxify water from pesticides.  I’ve tried a pitcher filter and not only are they unbelievably slow to fill, but no one ever wants to refill it.  Going to the fridge for a glass of cold water only to find an empty pitcher is super frustrating.  And faucet mounted filters are just too bulky and rather tacky looking.  So now what?

No worries because I found the perfect solution with a new kitchen faucet from Pfister.

Pfister Box

The Pfister Clarify Faucet with Xtract Filter Mode has everything you would expect from a kitchen faucet plus filtered water too.  I couldn’t wait for my hubby to complete the installation and was super stoked when it only took about thirty minutes.

Pfister PartsPfister Installation

From the sink it looks like a normal kitchen faucet with two function pull down sprayer.  I love that this faucet adds a touch of elegance to my kitchen. Aren’t those curves absolutely gorgeous!

Pfister Installed

But the secret is underneath the sink with the GE® 2X Highflow Filtration System which reduces contaminants such as pharmaceuticals, chlorine, lead and cysts from your drinking water.  And for those impatient people… like me…. you’ll be happy to hear that the Pfister Clarify delivers filtered water 2X faster than conventional drinking water dispensers while completely eliminating the need for a bulky filter pitcher or faucet mounted filter attachment.  These filters will last up to six months and are also recyclable.

Pfister Water Filter

However, the best part is that the filter mode is activated by simply turning the handle backwards.  When you hear the click you will know there is clean refreshing cold water in your glass.  It’s so simple that I use filtered water for pretty much everything – drinking, cooking, and even the cat gets filtered water!

If you want the convenience of filtered water directly from your kitchen faucet I can not say enough good things about the Pfister Clarify Faucet with Xtract Filter Mode.  Visit Pfister to learn even more!

Pfister Filtered Water

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17 Responses to Pfister Delivers Filtered Water From the Kitchen Faucet

  1. Jenna Wood says:

    This is amazing- I can’t believe there is such beauty and functionality in a filtering faucet! We actually have water I don’t even give the pets to drink….so I need this!

  2. Betsy Segars says:

    Wow! I haven’t seen a faucet like that. I’m kind of bummed that I just replaced our sinks. Next time, I’ll have to buy one with a built in filter.

  3. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    That sounds great. We use a Brita filter, but this would be a better way to get clean water.

  4. Tiffany Cruz says:

    I would love a faucet that filters for me. I get so sick and tired of having to carry in 5 gallon containers for water every few days.

  5. Lori Felix says:

    My kitchen faucet won’t stop dripping so I definitely need to have it replaced soon. I will have to look into the Pfister Clarify Faucet with Xtract Filter Mode so I can have a new faucet and filtered water.

  6. lisa says:

    I had no idea about fact #3! That makes me want to eliminate any plastic bottles we still use.

  7. Brandy says:

    I would love to have my town water filtered from faucet. I am always worried what’s in it.

  8. We’re in the market for a new faucet and this one definitely looks like something my husband would love. I’ll have to tell him about it when he gets home tonight, thanks!

  9. tammileetips says:

    This looks like an amazing way to filter the water! I have chased around plastic water bottles around the house but this would stop that problem.

  10. Amy says:

    We have one of their faucets and love the appeal but it does not provide cleaner water. I really want a hands free version that has the same qualities as this one.

  11. Sarah says:

    I’ve been looking into this exact same system. Looks like I need to take the next step and get one.

  12. This looks like an awesome faucet, we have a pfister faucet but it is nothing like this one.

  13. Pfister makes great faucets.

  14. Janet W. says:

    Pfister is a great brand! This looks like such a nice faucet. I’d love to have my water filtered from the faucet.

  15. Dandi D says:

    This would be so much better than the big clunky filter we have on our faucet.

  16. Elisabeth says:

    I’m not gonna lie, this is too cool! We drink a ton of tap water at our house and I’ve been meaning to research and find a filter but there are so many options! I love how with this you can get it right from the faucet, no pitchers!

  17. shelly peterson says:

    This would be so nice to have. We go through a lot of water bottles. I would love to get filtered water from the kitchen faucet.

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