Paragon Water Filters

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Pour your family clean and clear water free of all common pollutants

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Paragon Water Filtration Systems prevent a host of the most common water problems as well as eliminate bad taste and odor. Each uses a titanium silicate/carbon block filter to remove 97% of lead, 99.9% of giardia and cryptosporidium, 98% of chlorine and 95-99% of VOCs like benzene and trihalomethanes. USA.

NSF Certified

Paragon Water Filter Features:
  • Removes Lead 97%
  • Removes Mercury 97%
  • Removes cryptospridium (99.5%)
  • Removes giardia (99.5%)
  • Removes VOCs
  • Removes MTBEs
  • Removes THMs
  • Reduces chloramines
  • Reduces chlorine taste and odor (95%)

Countertop Water Filter (pictured)

The attractive chrome model has a convenient spout. For cold water use only.

12½""H x 5¾"" diameter; 4 lbs.

Under the Counter Water Filter

Easily mounts under your sink with the included bracket and attaches to your cold water line with quick-connect fittings. Comes with under-the-counter installation kit (supplies necessary to turn your sink sprayer into a faucet for filtered water from your under-the-counter filter). For cold water use only. 14½""H x 7"" diameter, 3.5 lbs.

Replacement filter (01-0224) works for both water filters. Replace annually.

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Due to the size of these items, a delivery surcharge of $5 will be applied to the order of either the Countertop Water Filter (01-0145) or the Under the Counter Water Filter (01-0150) for standard delivery.

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"The Countertop Water Filter is so easy to use and practical. Our family uses a lot of water for both drinking and cooking, so a long filtering capacity is important to us. We love it!" - M. Hlavacek, Denver, CO

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I am looking for a water filter for the counter that doesn't require that we have an extra hole on the sink. We moved into a place and the sink in the kitchen has  only the faucet,  I need a filter that can just sit standing alone. Is this counter one connected to one under the sink?  How does it get a water supply? This could be the answer to our prayers.  Please let me know as soon as possible.  
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The Countertop Water Filter would be the perfect option for you.
No extra hole on the sink is needed. The water supply line is attached to your faucet and it is very easy to switch the water flow back and forth between your faucet and the water filter.
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