Soma Water Filter Pitcher

Apr 2, 2015

Category: Gear

Unless you’re making some massive abstract art piece, that collection of empty water bottles in your kitchen is just a major waste of plastic. If you’re ready for a more sensible and sustainable solution to fresh water, check out the Soma Pitcher.

Holding 10 cups (80 ounces) of water, the Soma filter features coconut shell carbon and a plant-based casing which help to purify your H2O. The shatter-proof BPA-free plastic container gets gripped by a wooden handle that’s crafted from sustainable Oregon White Oak. Each filter lasts 40 gallons, so it should last you at least two months, even if you chug more water than Don Draper chugs martinis. Replacement filters come via subscription at $12.99 each. Nice bonus: each filter purchase sees Soma donate clean to those in need. [Purchase]

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