From time to time an outline for a typical question resounds and drives us to reevaluate things we frequently used and try to elevate it to more approachable and useful. The water pitcher is a typical product for this type of elucidation.
San Francisco-based company, Soma enthralled the designer world when in 2012 they introduced their nice looking Chemex-like water channel carafe. Presently the brand shows their all the more family-sized offering with their 10-Cup Water Filter Pitcher.
Good for You – Good for the Environment
Soma is better for you and better for the earth. The Soma Pitcher is made of shatterproof, BPA-free plastic and intended to look stunning on your table and fit splendidly in your refrigerator
The pitcher holds 10-glasses (80 oz.) of fresh, refreshed water and the new, enhanced channel diminishes unsafe contaminants much of the time found in tap water like chlorine, mercury, copper and the sky is the limit from there.
The Soma channel highlights coconut shell carbon and a plant-based packaging so you can feel good about your water. Each filter is good for 40 gallons or around two months use.
The Soma filter is tested and certified by the Water Quality Association against NSF/ANSI Standard 42 for the stylish lessening of chlorine taste and smell and zinc and against NSF/ANSI Standard 53 for the decrease of copper and mercury.
SOMA sets great filtration abilities with the flawlessly smooth design. Everything about the Soma Pitcher has been astutely composed, from the simple to handle on the supportable white oak handle to its family benevolent size.