Clear2O Water Pitcher: Drinking Redefined

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About a month ago, I received an e-mail from a PR guy asking me if I’d like to try the Clear2O Water Pitcher, a Brita-style water filter for your fridge. Having just moved into a new apartment sans Brita, I jumped on the opportunity and requested a unit. Then on Monday of this week, a package came. I opened it up and lo and behold, it was the Clear2O.

This water pitcher works differently and even that is the understatement of the year. To use Clear2O, you have to replace a piece of your sink’s faucet so that you can snap on a hose that’s built directly into the pitcher’s filter. Although a pain in the ass, once setup, it’s really easy to refill. Just attach the hose and turn on the water.

Now after getting this all done, I thought to myself, “This better be the best goddamned water in the world.” My friend and I filled up a pitcher, chilled it for a bit and poured a refreshing, cool glass of water for ourselves.

Goddamn. Goddamn you Clear2O. Your water filter puts Brita to shame and then some. Despite the fact that it only costs $19.95, which is a decent enough incentive to buy it, the water is so clean, you can’t taste it. I shit you not. Come over my crib and I will let you drink from the Pitcher of the Gods. Now, thanks to Clear2O, I’ll never drink out of the toilet sink again. Someone give this company an award or something.

Is it better than a Brita? Definitely. Is it cheaper? Yup. Will you enjoy it? Sure will. That’s all you need to know.

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