Which is a good water filter pitcher?
The important things when searching for a good water filter pitcher are
target contaminants such as TDS, filter cartridge life and jug size.
Which filter do I use for my waterdrop pitcher?
How to clean the water filter pitcher?
1.Remove the lid and wash it. 2. Remove the filter and set it aside. 3.
Remove and wash the reservoir. 4. Rinse the pitcher and dry it upside down. 5. Prep the new filter. 6.
Reassemble the pitcher.
What does waterdrop water filter pitcher reduce from tap water?
Waterdrop offers innovative multi-stage filtration technology that
effectively filters out harmful substances, such as residual chlorine, limescale, and odor.
How do I read the smart LED indicator?
Waterdrop provides you with a smart LED indicator to let you know when it
is time to replace your filter. Remember: Blue light indicates that your filter is good, red light will
blink when your filter should be replaced, and red-light constant on indicating the filter should be
Can I put the pitcher in the refrigerator?
All Waterdrop water pitchers are freezer-friendly, which means they can
fit in your side door of your refrigerator. Just put the pitcher in your refrigerator and enjoy cool,
How often should I change the filter for my pitcher?
The high-quality filters produce over 200 gallons of water before
replacement. Each filter should be replaced up to 3 months or 200 gallons.
Is my Waterdrop pitcher under warranty?
Your satisfaction is very important to us, We offer No Worries Guarantee
and a 30-day money-back guarantee in case the products get damaged. Please click here
for more details.
Why is the water filtering slowly?
Waterdrop pitcher filters usually take 10-15 mins to filter the reservoir
of water in your pitcher. One common cause of slow filtering is high levels of sediment in tap water,
such as sand or rust could clog a filter. If your water contains high levels of sediment, consider
installing a Undersink filtering system
or Whole House
Where can I download the pitcher product manual?