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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Let's Have Fun Summer Event Giveaway: Zuvo Water





If you have been reading my blog, you know my family already have given up bottled water. Not only it's good for our environment but we've also saved money not buying them. I have been using filtered pitcher. I own a couple of them and although I am happy with them I wish there is a better way to filter tap water. I'm constantly buying filters and it takes a long time to refill them.

That is why I love my new Zuvo Water Purator!

The new Zuvo Water Filtration System, is a new easy to use eco friendly device,it's state of the art and elegantly designed. In light of all the recent FDA warnings over plastics leaching into our bodies from unregulated bottled waters, this is especially timely.

Zuvo cleans your water in five step process. (You can go
HERE for more information.)
  • ozonation
  • ultraviolet light
  • photo-oxidation
  • filtration and lead removal
  • post-filtration UV
When I first took it out of the box, I was really surprise how big it was. I expected it a little smaller but I had no problem placing it on our countertop. If you don't have any space on your countertop it can also be easily installed under the counter.



Installing the Zuvo Water Purator was very easy. It took less than 5 minutes and no tools was needed. After it was installed, you run the water for 5 minutes to flush the system and you're ready to drink clean, healthy, great tasting water right from your faucet!

What I love about the Zuvo Water Purator is that I don't have to change the filter often. The filter is good for 6 months or 500 galloons (whichever comes first). I can drink clean water whenever I want without waiting to be filtered. I can also use filtered water when washing fruits and vegetables as well as for cooking. It removes chlorine and lead in the water but it does not reduce fluoride.

I do find the it a bit pricey compare to filter pitchers. It cost $299. But according to the website, Zuvo Water is actually a better value compare to other types of filters.


If you're looking for a new way to filter your water, definitely consider Zuvo Water!


GIVEAWAY

Win your very own Zuvo Water. ARV $299!

Mandatory Entry

Visit Zuvo Water and tell me anything you learned from their website.

Extra Entries (leave a comment for each one that you do)

Follow Zuvo on twitter
Fan Zuvo on Facebook
Follow my blog on Google Friend Connect
Follow me on Twitter
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Subscribe via Email +2 entries
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Add me to your blogroll +2 entries
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Giveaway ends on June 25, 2010. Please make sure I have a way to contact you if you win. Winners will be chosen via random.org. The winner will receive an email notifying them that they won and announced on my blog. If I do not receive a response within 48 hours , another winner will be selected. Open to US and Canada only.


Disclosure
I received product sample(s) mentioned above from
the company or representing PR for free.
NO other payment was given.
This is my honest opinion, yours may be different.

405 comments:

  1. I learned that the filter does not need to be changed until it reaches 500 gallons or every 6 months, which ever comes first. That would save so much more money than typical filters. Great product, would love to get one myself!

    www.critiqueoftheunique.blogspot.com

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  2. I follow by Google Friend Connect!

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  3. I learned that if your Zuvo Water Purator is installed on the countertop and you use the diverter assembly with your faucet, you can run normal tap water through your faucet without using the Zuvo Purator.

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  4. The NSF 42 standard for the reduction of chlorine and is rated at 500 gallons per filter.

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

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  6. I learned that it uses UV light to filter the water and that the energy from this is absorbed by the water

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  7. i follow your blog on goggle friend

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  8. 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.

    constancelavery at msn dot com

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  9. I have learned lots about this machine. I learned that if your Zuvo Water Purator is installed on the countertop and the NSF 42 standard for the reduction of chlorine and is rated at 500 gallons per filter.

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  10. Does the Purator come with a filter?
    Yes, each Zuvo Water Purator comes with a filter that’s good for 500 gallons or 6 months – whichever comes first. When you purchase your Zuvo Water Purator, you also receive an additional filter FREE.

    autumn398 @ yahoo.com

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  11. I learned it can remove lead from the water.

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  12. I learned that the UV Light in the Zuvo Purator is rated for 10,000 cycles, which represents a 7-10 year life-cycle

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  13. I follow via google friend connect

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  14. I follow Zuvo on Twitter (@jkgorcery)

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  15. I follow you on Twitter (@jkgorcery)

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  16. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/jkgorcery/status/15279755625

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  17. I have your button in my blog: http://whateverandbeyond.blogspot.com

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  18. I subscribe via google reader

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  19. I learn that when it comes to your body, you should be drinking the healthiest water you can. The better the water, the healthier and fitter your body will be. Zuvo Water is that good....

    Donna
    dwarrington1@gmail.com

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  20. I follow your blog

    Donna
    dwarrington1@gmail.com

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  21. I subscribe via RSS

    Donna
    dwarrington1@gmail.com

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  22. I subscribe through e-mail.

    Donna
    dwarrington1@gmail.com

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  23. I subscribe through e-mail. -2

    Donna
    dwarrington1@gmail.com

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  24. I "like" Zuvo Water on facebook

    Donna Hufman Warrington
    dwarrington1@gmail.com

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  25. Cute blog! Nice giveaway too. I learned about this thingie that the UV Light in the Zuvo Purator is rated for 10,000 cycles. Zuvo believes this represents a 7-10 year life-cycle. Pretty neat! I'm all for these random little facts.

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  26. I learned that typically you can wait 6 months to change the filter.

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  27. @busyworkingmama follows zuvo on twitter

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  28. I learned that they use a 5-step process to filter their water, including the use of Ultra-violet Light :D

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  29. I just tweeted this giveaway here :D

    http://twitter.com/TimboSquad/status/15322905311

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  30. I am following Zuvo on Twitter :D

    @TimboSquad

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  31. I've Liked Zuvo on Facebook :D

    Username: Contest Bloggy

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  32. I am following you on Google Friend Connect :D

    Username: Timbo Squad

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  33. I am following you on Twitter :D

    @TimboSquad

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  34. I learned that tap water may contain lead, parasitic cysts, non-pathogenic micro-organisms and unpleasant levels of chlorine

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  35. It helps remove lead from water.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  36. I just tweeted this giveaway here :D

    http://twitter.com/TimboSquad/status/15412801080

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

    hellrzr(at)juno(dot)com

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  38. Zuvo uses about 2 filters each year and will help you recycle them.

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  39. I learned that you can keep it on the counter and the light should last from 7-10 years long.

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  40. I learned that the UV energy is not harmful to your eyes or skin because it is absorbed by the water and materials.

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

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  41. TWEETED

    http://twitter.com/Ardy22/status/15448910961

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  42. I learned that the filter last around 6 months which means you would only have to change it 2 times a year.
    kathyluman@mgail dot com

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  43. I'm following Zuvo on twitter.
    kathyluman@gmail dot com

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  44. I'm a fan of Zuvo on Facebook.
    kathyluman@gmail dot com

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  45. I'm following via Goggle Friend Connect.
    kathyluman@gmail dot com

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  46. I'm following you on twitter.
    kathyluman@gmail dot com

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  47. Tweet: http://twitter.com/kathyluman/status/15464028819
    kathyluman@gmail dot com

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  48. I'm an email subscriber #1.
    kathyluman@gmail dot com

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  49. I'm an email subscriber #2.
    kathyluman@gmail dot com

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  50. I subscribed via Google Reader.
    kathyluman@gmail dot com

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  51. I just tweeted this giveaway here :D

    http://twitter.com/TimboSquad/status/15483601791

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  52. i learned that the zuvo does take chlorine out of the water
    ohhhfire@hotmail.com

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  53. i am a twitter follower of zuvo
    @ohhhfire
    ohhhfire@hotmail.com

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  54. i am a facebook fan of zuvo
    jenn giannetto
    ohhhfire@hotmail.com

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  55. i am a twitter follower of yours
    @ohhhfire
    ohhhfire@hotmail.com

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  56. i am an email subscriber 1
    ohhhfire@hotmail.com

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  57. i am an email subscriber 2
    ohhhfire@hotmail.com

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  58. i am a rss subscriber
    ohhhfire@hotmail.com

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  59. i am a google friend connect follower
    ohhhfire@hotmail.com

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  60. dt

    http://twitter.com/Ardy22/status/15516191678

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  61. I just tweeted this giveaway here :D

    http://twitter.com/TimboSquad/status/15551665494

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  62. Tweet: http://twitter.com/kathyluman/status/15565480299
    kathyluman@gmail dot com

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  63. dt

    http://twitter.com/Ardy22/status/15569877504

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  64. I've learned that the Zuvo Water Purator does not reduce fluoride.

    mommietj at yahoo dot com

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  65. I follow via Google Friend Connect.

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  66. follower on twitter as mommietj.

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  67. I follow Zuvo on twitter as mommietj.

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  68. I have you NEW Button.
    http://mommietj.blogspot.com/

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  69. blogroll #1
    http://mommietj.blogspot.com/

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  70. blogroll #2
    http://mommietj.blogspot.com/

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  71. tweet
    http://twitter.com/mommietj/statuses/15592451044

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  72. I learned that it is possible to run regular tap water without disconnecting the whole system
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  73. I follow Zuvo through twitter (@jjak2003)
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  74. I like Zuvo on facebook (Jessica Wagner)
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  75. I follow you through google friend connect
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  76. I follow you through twitter (@jjak2003)
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  77. I tweeted
    http://twitter.com/jjak2003/statuses/15644997449
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  78. I subscribe through google reader
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  79. I subscribe via e-mail 1
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  80. I subscribe via e-mail 2
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  81. dt
    http://twitter.com/Ardy22/status/15645650999

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  82. I learned that the Zuvo filter does not remove fluoride from the water.

    amberlowmiddleton at gmail dot com

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  83. The UV light won't hurt your eyes because of how it absorbs into the water

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  84. I learned this won't increase my electricity bill!
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  85. I follow your blog on Google Friend Connect.
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  86. I follow you on twitter as ptowngirl.
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  87. dt

    http://twitter.com/Ardy22/status/15696959121

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  88. I learned that it's better for your health, your wallet and the planet.

    lovelyritaann at sbcglobal dot net

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  89. I'm a fan of Zuvo on Facebook (LovelyRita Ann)

    lovelyritaann at sbcglobal dot net

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  90. I follow you on GFC

    lovelyritaann at sbcglobal dot net

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  91. I follow you on Twitter @lovelyritaann

    lovelyritaann at sbcglobal dot net

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  92. I subscribe via email #1

    lovelyritaann at sbcglobal dot net

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  93. I subscribe via email #2

    lovelyritaann at sbcglobal dot net

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  94. I follow Zuva water on Twitter @lovelyritaann

    lovelyritaann at sbcglobal dot net

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  95. I subscribe to your RSS Feed by Google Reader (mizznava)

    lovelyritaann at sbcglobal dot net

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  96. Your button is on my blog
    http://lovelyritaann.com

    lovelyritaann at sbcglobal dot net

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  97. dt

    http://twitter.com/Ardy22/status/15808930359

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  98. Tweet: http://twitter.com/kathyluman/status/15809927362
    kathyluman@gmail dot com

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  99. I learned that there's a store 5 miles away from my house.
    kr_moreau at doglover dot com

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  100. I like Zuvo on FB.
    kr_moreau at doglover dot com

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  101. Follow you on twitter.
    kr_moreau at doglover dot com

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  102. I tweeted about this great giveaway.
    kr_moreau at doglover dot com

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  103. RSS subscriber.
    kr_moreau at doglover dot com

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  104. dt

    http://twitter.com/Ardy22/status/15882416910

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  105. I learned

    Does your filter take out fluoride?
    No. The Zuvo Water Purator does not reduce fluoride. Our company recognizes that there is legitimate debate about the subject of fluoridation of drinking water, but currently Zuvo does not offer a filter that reduces either naturally occurring or added levels of fluoride that meet EPA requirements for public water systems.

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    http://twitter.com/KarenP_KarenP/status/15911030116

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  107. I learned that though it does use electricity, it will not increase my electric bill! How cool is that! Thanks!

    hallieann1 @ live dot com

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  108. I'm a fan of Zuvo on facebook! Thanks!

    hallieann1 @ live dot com

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  109. I'm an email subscriber! Thanks! entry #1

    hallieann1 @ live dot com

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  110. I'm an email subscriber! Thanks! entry #2

    hallieann1 @ live dot com

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  111. I learned that this filter requires electricity. but according to their site it shouldn't effect my electric bill much since the system uses electricity only when it is on. For the few minutes a day that the Zuvo Purator is used, it draws just 27 watts of power. By way of comparison, most light bulbs in your home are 60 watts or higher and they are typically turned on for long periods of time when in use.

    Also that the name brand teeters on a deceptive marketing practice by naming it a purator which sounds alot like purifier... which according to their website zuvo is only a filter. perhaps mixed with the price and the name they intend to get a unfair advantage on the market by incorrectly implying its a purifier at first glance.

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  112. I learned that you can do an under-counter or countertop installation.

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

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  114. tweet: http://twitter.com/kathyluman/status/16089233157
    kathyluman@gmail dot com

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  115. I learned that the UV Light in the Zuvo Purator is rated for 10,000 cycles, representing a 7-10 year life-cycle.

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  116. dt

    http://twitter.com/Ardy22/status/16102353164

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  117. I learned that although the system requires electricity, it won't effect your electricity bill.
    dawnuwlax(at)yahoo.com

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  118. I learned that this system requires filter changing less than half as soon as the Pur setup I used to own. Wowzers!

    fatally_flayed@yahoo.com

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  119. I learned that more than 60 million plastic water bottles end up in the landfill each year, and Zuvo helps reduce that number.

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  120. I follow on google friend connect

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  121. dt

    http://twitter.com/Ardy22/status/16139034722

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  122. Pink Cotton Print Pique Baby Dress i subscribe via email and like zuvo on facebook

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  123. dt

    http://twitter.com/Ardy22/status/16214506623

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

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  125. followon facebook jen twark gersch intime@myself.com

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  126. email subscriber intime@myself.com

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  127. I learned that the filter does not need to be changed until it reaches 500 gallons or every 6 months, which ever comes first.

    sinhead83 at hotmail dot com

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  128. Follow Zuvo on twitter as sinhead83

    sinhead83 at hotmail dot com

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  129. Fan Zuvo on Facebook

    marc-andre taillefer

    sinhead83 at hotmail dot com

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  130. Follow your blog on Google Friend Connect

    sinhead83 at hotmail dot com

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  131. Follow you on Twitter as sinhead83

    sinhead83 at hotmail dot com

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  132. tweet : https://twitter.com/sinhead83/status/16266772988

    sinhead83 at hotmail dot com

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  133. entry 1

    Subscribe via Email

    sinhead83 at hotmail dot com

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  134. entry 2

    Subscribe via Email

    sinhead83 at hotmail dot com

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  135. Subscribe via RSS Feed

    sinhead83 at hotmail dot com

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  136. I learned that it take cholorine out of the water!
    seraphou@aol.com

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  137. I learned that Zuvo has a recycling program for the filters.

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  138. I learned that you can buy it from a number of online retailers--including Amazon.com

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  139. laura4him@bellsouth.net
    I learned that it takes uv light to filter the water

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  140. groovers4him@bellsouth.net
    I learned that it takes uv light and filters the water

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  141. The Zuvo uses UV light rays to clean the water.
    bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  142. I learned that if your Zuvo Water Purator is installed on the countertop and the NSF 42 standard for the reduction of chlorine and is rated at 500 gallons per filter.

    trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

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  143. i learned that the filters only need changed about every 6months!
    heatheranya at hotmail dot com

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  144. i follow your blog on gfc!
    heatheranya at hotmail dot com

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  145. i follow you on twitter @1589m
    heatheranya at hotmail dot com

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  146. 6/18 daily tweet
    http://twitter.com/jjak2003/statuses/16450516779
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  147. I learned that the filter needs replacing approxiimately twice a year. At $60 a year that's a huge savings over bottled water at $4 once a week.

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  148. I learned that the UV light won't hurt you at all!
    hblaser at gmail dot com

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  149. I learned that Zuvo sends a pre-paid shipping label with each replacement UV lamp sold. Zuvo then disposes spent lamps according to state and federal statutes. Awesome! Thanks for the chance to win one of these !!

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  150. I'm a google friend connect follower, thanks again!

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  151. I'm following ZuvoWater on Twitter (@amandapersists) Thanks!!

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  152. I'm following Luv_to_Save on Twitter (@amandapersists) Thanks!!

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  153. I also liked Zuvo Water on Facebook (Amanda Davis) Thanks again!

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  154. Tap water may contain lead, parasitic cysts, non-pathogenic micro-organisms and unpleasant levels of chlorine OH GROSS

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  155. I learned that the Zuvo Water Purator has been independently tested to the NSF 53 standard for the reduction of lead.

    ling2cay@yahoo.com

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  156. Email Subscriber 1

    ling2cay@yahoo.com

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  157. Email Subscriber 2

    ling2cay@yahoo.com

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  158. follower via google friend connect

    ling2cay@yahoo.com

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  159. sounds good 2 me sign me up, can't be bad if you're offering it 4 free here right? thanks, mteneyckfl@gmail.com

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  160. 6/22 daily tweet
    http://twitter.com/jjak2003/statuses/16767088444
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  161. I learned the Zuvo Purator works with hard water.

    jswaks at gmail dot com

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  162. Follow Zuvo on Twitter

    jswaks at gmail dot com

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  163. 'Like' Zuvo on Facebook

    jswaks at gmail dot com

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  164. Follow your blog on Google Friend Connect

    jswaks at gmail dot com

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  165. Follow you on Twitter

    jswaks at gmail dot com

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  166. Subscribe via Email #1

    jswaks at gmail dot com

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  167. I learned that it takes It takes 47 million gallons of oil each year to produce all those plastic water bottles.
    heavenwith5@yahoo.com

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  168. e mail subscriber #1
    heavenwith5@yahoo.com

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  169. e mail subscriber #2
    heavenwith5@yahoo.com

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  170. I follow GFC
    heavenwith5@yahoo.com

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  171. i learned 60 million plastic water bottles end up in our landfills every day. WOW!

    ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  172. google follower: ferriz

    ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  173. twitter follower @ferriza2

    ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  174. i follow them on twitter @ferriza2

    ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  175. I learned that Zuvo is donating all profits from the sale of its line of stainless steel water bottles to Hippo Roller, a charitable foundation for Africa.

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  176. I follow on Google Friend Connect. (Christie)

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  177. The Zuvo Water Purator is a stand-alone water treatment device. The company does not recommend using the Zuvo Purator with any other water treatment systems.
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

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  178. Zuvo Twitter follower as jennem1.
    http://twitter.com/jennem1
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

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  179. Luv to Save Twitter follower as jennem1.
    http://twitter.com/jennem1
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

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  180. Public Google Friends follower as jennem.
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

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  181. I learned that with pitcher filters, your water is only as clean as the filter you use. Zuvo’s patented Puration process uses nature’s own cleansing process right in your kitchen. It treats non-pathogenic organisms, taste and odor contaminants, reduces aesthetic chlorine, lead, and tiny particulates.

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  182. I did learn that The Zuvo Water Purator has been independently tested to the NSF 53 standard for the reduction of lead and is rated at 500 gallons per filter.

    skyxsky27(at)gmail.com

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  183. I learned that 60 million plastic water bottles end up in landfills every day.

    wowknk at gmail dot com

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  184. I follow Zuvo on Twitter @kristinnw.

    wowknk at gmail dot com

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  185. I like Zuvo on Facebook.

    wowknk at gmail dot com

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