Kishu Water Filter

Item# 08-0566

Compostable filter absorbs toxins resulting in pure, great-tasting water

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The Kishu Water Filter absorbs lead, mercury, cadmium, copper and chlorine from your tap water resulting in healthier, more delicious water. Simply place the Kishu in a pitcher, add water, and allow it to filter overnight. Lasts six months filtering 1 to 2 liters a day. Made in Japan.

Kishu Water Filter Features:
  • Absorbs toxins and heavy metals from tap water
  • 100% compostable
  • Each filter lasts up to 6 months
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great water filter This charcoal really works well.  It helps remove  the chlorine and improves the taste of town tap water. I put one in my brita water pitcher to help remove any toxins that get through the brita filter. It seems to last about 6 months. June 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by water tastes great I used this once for 2 weeks on a trip to Trinidad & Tobago where you can drink the tap water, but it didn't taste great. I love the small size & light weight, compostable nature and the fact that it works--water tastes much better.  To be more thorough I would like to test the water before and after for contaminants, but haven't done that yet. August 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellent so far! My husband and I have been trying very hard to live cleaner, healthier, simpler lives and looking for a better solution to cleaner water. We're not into the whole plastic leaching God only knows what into our water and sometimes just plain filtered water seems like it doesn't really hydrate, enter Kishu water filter, and our water never tasted better! What's more is that it is sustainable, compostable, and you can use it to deodorize the refrigerator after you've used it for 6 months, how cool is that! March 31, 2013
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Kishu absorbs some fluoride but not completely - fluoride is a very small molecule which makes bonding with Kishu difficult.
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