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Best Gravity Water Filters of 2021

Most of us know by now that “clean” drinking water isn’t quite as clean as it seems. The EPA regulates more than 80 contaminants that pose a health risk – but these chemicals, metals and plastics can legally still be in our water in trace amounts.

What’s more, there are many emerging contaminants that aren’t regulated at all.

If you’re inclined towards choosing a gravity filter to treat your water, I’m here to help you find a system that’s best suited to your needs.

With 140,000 monthly readers and articles published by the likes of WQP Magazine and Sawyer Products, I make all aspects of water filtration my business.

In this guide, I’ll be sharing:

  • The top 10 gravity filters of 2021
  • 6 things you need to consider when buying a gravity filter
  • My answers to your most commonly asked questions

Find the detailed article on the best gravity water filters, written by Brian Campbell here.

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December 3, 2023

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