Go Pure Pod
Go Pure Pod - Water Filtering Pod
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The Go Pure Pod is a portable, re-usable, recyclable filter the size of a wine cork, designed to purify and enhance ordinary tap water. Each Pod can purify, protect and preserve up to 264 gallons of water and lasts up to 6 months.
You’re going to think the world of this powerful little Pod. Because while it keeps impurities, toxins, and contaminants out of your water and out of your body, it also protects oceans and landfills from plastic pollution.
This will save the planet from 2,000 single-use plastic water bottles while saving you money, too.
This pod filters lead, E.Coli, Chlorine, Fluoride, and many other impurities.
Diatomaceous Earth, Silver, BPA Free Plastic.
Comes completely package free!
A simple little cleansing ritual is all that’s required for the first use of every Pod.
Step 1: Rinse the Pod under cold water for 10 seconds.
Step 2: Clean your bottle or water container thoroughly before filling with water and using your Pod for the first time.
Step 3: Repeat every two weeks for optimal performance. Yep, preparation and maintenance of your Pod and your bottle is that simple.
End of Life
Plastic casing (category 5) is 100% recyclable with plastic recycling, ceramic core is compostable.
Pods can also be mailed directly to the manufacturer to be recycled:
My package came damaged but their costumer service is impeccable! Love the products
Y'all, I'll admit that I was skeptical. We have very irony water at work and so I have it a shot. Water tastes so much better!!
As a college student, I needed an excellent filter for filling my water bottle up around campus and not having to worry about a larger water filter pitcher (like a Brita). I am so lucky to have bought this because my school (UNC-CH) had cases of lead this past school year (it happened, look it up!!). Having this filter gave me so much peace of mind, and now going without it (because of its end-of-life period) water tastes a little different to me... I highly recommend this to anyone who regularly fills a reusable water bottle.
Seems like it takes bad taste out of our tap water. So far so good.