12-Cup Alkaline Pitcher

1 each

Retail Price: $49.99


Member Price: $37.99 (Save 24%)

1 each

Why You’ll Love It

Conserve plastic, money, and your body's healthy pH levels with New Wave Enviro's easy-to-use alkaline pitcher. A life-saver in the kitchen, this convenient, hand-held pitcher raises pH to 8.5-9.5 by adding the perfect balance of naturally ionized magnesium, potassium, calcium, and sodium to tap water. Includes one cartridge that can alkalize and filter up to 300 liters of water.
SKU: 796515300406

About This Brand

New Wave Enviro is a family owned company, wholesaling environmentally friendly products since 1993. Our complete line of Enviro Filters, BpA Free Enviro Bottles, Seriously Safe Stainless® Steel Bottles and Litter Free Lunch™ Products help to improve the quality of life while creating earth-friendly alternatives.
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