Reverse osmosis is an amazing technological innovation that converts seawater into drinking water in areas around the world where freshwater is in short supply. It's also highly effective at cleaning contaminated wastewater in industrial settings. It can be a good option for household water under certain circumstances (e.g. kidney failure). However, in most cases mains water is safe to drink, and a high-quality activated carbon tap filter will give you great-tasting drinking water at a lower cost and with less
Few things are as annoying as being thirsty and going to the kitchen to get water, only to find that someone has forgotten to fill the filter pitcher. TAPP users never have that bother, however, because their filtered water comes straight from the tap. And it comes out instantly, with the ability to choose between filtered and non-filtered water with just the turn of a small switch. Our tap water filter lasts 3 times as long, filters 15 times as much water, and uses advanced technology to eliminate even microplastics and heavy metals. Because of this, the water tastes much better. In addition, our annual subscription is cheaper than the most popular filter pitchers. And with filter pitchers, the cartridge has to be changed every month. Here's a comparison table:
Each TAPP 2 filter highly effectively removes the chemicals from 1200–1500 litres of water (depending on original water quality), the equivalent of 3 months of average household water usage. We recommend replacing the cartridge after 3 months even if you haven't filtered 1200-1500 litres. This is because the filters become saturated with contaminants over time and there is a risk of bacterial growth after 3 months. This happens with all activated carbon filters.