Bath Ball Faucet Filter

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$69.00

Purifies water 95% chlorine free

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No one wants to relax in a tub full of chlorine. Prevent this nasty chemical from negatively affecting your body chemistry by simply attaching the Bath Ball Faucet Filter under the tub faucet. Say goodbye to chlorine and it’s effects: brittle hair, dry skin, burning eyes and lungs. Water flows into openings in the top as the KDF filter media (a high-purity copper/zinc formulation) releases water that's 95% chlorine-free. You'll notice the difference in water quality with your first bath. 4" diameter. 3-4 GPM. Replace filter every 8-12 months. USA.

Bath Ball Filter Features:
  • Removes Chlorine up to 20,000 gallons
  • Reduces lead and other contaminants
  • Softens Water
  • Unique Patented Bacteroistatic Media
  • Easy to Install, Use and Refill

The Environmental Choice
No solid waste or cartridge to dispose. Simply replace the patented PowerDisk and recycle the old one.

Chlorine is an aggressive chemical that attacks organic matter. It is harmful to hair, skin, eyes, nose, mouth and lung membranes. Studies have shown that more chlorine is absorbed in a 15” bath than by drinking 8 cups of chlorinated tap water a day!

The PowerDisk’s patented design allows it to last longer and filter chlorine more effectively. The patented media prevents clogging or channeling; no backwashing or reversing of the media is needed.

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  • Run 6-10 gallons of hot water to activate the first use of filter.
  • Replace filter annually
  • 4" diameter
  • 3-4 GPM flow rate
  • Filter lasts 8-12 months
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"I stayed at my friend's house and took a bath that smelled like a swimming pool! I'm so grateful to be able to bathe without chlorine using your Bath Ball. And my skin is no longer so dry." R. White, Fair Oaks, CA

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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Frustrating but effective I am a regular bathtaker, since my landlady installed a very tiny, cheap, almost non-functional showerhead in my bathroom. I do love taking baths anyway, so I wanted to make them healthier. The difference that I see is slight, but I can tell there is one. My tub faucet is small, smooth, and slopes downwards, so I have to hang the ball by rubber bands from the shower switch (about six inches above it). I can't run the water at full strength because it spills over the ball, but still, better that than chlorine soaking into my hair and skin. It's frustrating having to rig the rubberbands, but I want to keep it anyway for the sake of my health. December 25, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bath Ball Beats Bad Chlorine! I have always preferred baths to showers. The water in my area is HIGHLY chlorinated and bathing has become not so relaxing as I focused on this chemical. The bath ball is the answer to my prayers- no complicated set-up it just works great! Thanks for putting the AHHH back in my baths! June 28, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by great for the price If a whole home filter system is not in your budget, this is for you. I have the Oxynator shower filter for showers and this for my baths :) you may have to be creative when installing it, which involves hanging it below the faucet. They only provide one band to hang it and it would be much easier if there were two, I think you can purchase another from their website. I used a large rubberband and it works fine. I am happy with it so far, my skin is not itchy after a bath. April 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Unbelievable difference it makes! I live in a very small town, the water filtration is poor, and has received numerous violations over the years. My dogs and I do not drink it. So I decided to purchase the bath ball to protect my skin. The difference it makes is unbelievable! My hair is softer, and my skin no longer becomes dry. I love it, and I feel much safer with this product. All I have to do is reorder the filter each year. July 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for bath time The water is completely different when it is filtered. My skin no longer feels dry and itchy after a long soak. This is my second one of these and I am happily giving it as a gift. April 5, 2011
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The Bath Ball Filter will only filter chlorine from your water.
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I think I would need an extra one to attach it to the bathtub spout. There is nothing to catch the hanging elastic, like in your photo. My spot is smooth, without a ridge or ring.
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There are not replacement loops available. However you might try adding a rubber gasket or rubber band to your spigot to give something for the loop on the bath ball to grip to.
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Not for me, but my cats are obsessed with drinking from the bathtub faucet!
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If your bath water is undrinkable without a filter this will not make drinkable water. However if your city water is pretty clean to start with it would be ok for them to drink from it.
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No this ball doesn't remove chloramines.
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It's going to remove up to 98% of lead.
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