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Countertop Gravity Water Filters: Which is Best? | 2018 Edition

[This post was originally published March 24, 2017 and has been updated for 2018.]

What's so great about gravity water filters?

Plenty! They're simple to use and can give you a fresh ​supply of clean drinking water any time and any place.

But how do you know which one is the best?​ There are so many to pick from these days!

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Best Fluoride Water Filters: 2018 Buyers Guide

[This post was originally published on February 7, 2017 and has been updated with additional information.]

When I learned about the bad effects that fluoride can have on our health, I knew that I had to do something to protect myself and my family.

Sound familiar?

I'll bet you landed here because you have fluoride in your drinking water and you want to get it out.

If you're not sure how to remove fluoride from your water, you've come to the right place. In this review I'll tell you about four different types of filters that will get rid of the fluoride.

You'll also find mini reviews of the specific models that I recommend in each category.

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Alexapure Pro: The Affordable Gravity Water Filter

Last updated: November 21, 2017

Are you looking for a gravity type water filter that works well but won't cost you an arm and a leg?

If you are, then you need to check out the Alexapure Pro water filtration system.

It's a stainless steel gravity filter that ranks right up there with Berkey and Propur, but it costs less to buy, and it costs less to maintain.

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Quick Guide to Berkey Water Filter Contaminant Removal

guide to berkey water filter contaminant removal

If you're considering getting a Berkey water filter, you want to know exactly what contaminants it will take out of the water. You could go to the manufacturer's website and take a look at the independent lab test results they have published there. But it's several pages of about a zillion different chemicals and micro-organisms that you'd have to be a scientist to understand.

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