Water Fall : Water Filtration System by KOR Water

KOR Water has released a new water filtration system, “Water Fall”. Taking the inspiration from pour-over coffee, this design features suspending filter above the carafe in a stand, allowing you to filter as much water as you need in as many glass carafes as you want. It’s a simple system that brings you pure, fresh-tasting water in multiple glass carafes.

Conventional filtered pitchers are cumbersome and unattractive, after water is filtered, usually the filter stays in the pitcher and we can only filter one pitcher at a time. Using this new design, you can kiss good bye those problems. This set consists of Water Fall stand, filter, and 2 glass carafes. The filter is made from coconut shells that should last about 4 months, 2 times longer than typical filter at the same level.

Designer : KOR Water [Pre-Order]

Water Fall by KOR Water

Water Fall by KOR Water

How it works?

  1. You can fill the glass carafe with water from faucet and pour into the top reservoir. The upper reservoir can hold up to 1 liter of water.
  2. Place the glass carafe below the filter and turn the on/off knob to start the filtering process, watch as water drops through the filter into the carafe.
  3. When it’s done, simply place the cap on the carafe and enjoy your clean, fresh water.

Water Fall by KOR Water

Water Fall by KOR Water

Water Fall by KOR Water

Water Fall by KOR Water

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One thought on “Water Fall : Water Filtration System by KOR Water

  1. Love this water filter bottle! Does it's job. And it is BPA FREE – so happy to finally find a great bottle to take with me and not have chemicals.

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