Soma Sustainable Pitcher & Plant-Based Water Filter

August 7, 2017 - Comment
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(as of June 28, 2019 21:21 GMT+0200 - Details)

Soma is on a mission to improve life for everyone who drinks water, with sustainable, plant-based filters that make water healthy and delicious, beautiful carafes and pitchers, and the convenient Filters by Mail service.
The Soma Pitcher is made of shatter-proof, BPA-free plastic. Designed to look stunning on your table and fit perfectly in your fridge, the pitcher holds 10-cups (80 oz) of crisp, refreshing filtered water.
Easy-to-fill and featuring Soma’s unique filter made of coconut shell carbon and plant-based casing that removes chlorine and improves taste. And for every Soma filter purchased, clean drinking water is donated to people in need through Soma’s nonprofit partner, charity: water. Raise your glass with the Soma water filter.

Product Features

  • Holds 10 glasses (80oz) of fresh filtered water
  • Pitcher made of shatter-proof, BPA-free plastic
  • Wooden handle made from sustainable white oak
  • Lid door opens automatically for easy filling
  • Made in the USA


Paul says:

Pretty but absolutely worthless for filtration Backed this company on Kickstarter. It is a well designed pitcher, I find it comfortable to use. However, when I backed them they said they were waiting for tests on the water quality (beyond just the smell certification they have). They still haven’t gotten any results. Reached out in October of 2015 to ask for an update, they said they were waiting for results – 6 months later, still nothing. The only conclusion one can draw is that it is all smoke and mirror, yet another product where the…

nyc says:

Mold Mold developes around a sticky rubber/silicone ring that holds the filter. It’s only been four months. given a good washing several times in that duration.. Boiling water, a good scrubbing with lots of muscle, etc. It won’t budge.

Sandra says:

Poor support, bad design, and inadequate filter results I carefully reviewed this product before purchasing, and knew there was unclear testing regarding how well the filter performs. Based on taste and observation, I would certainly say it is a valid concern, but it pales in comparison to the bigger issue, which is that this filter has a fatal flaw in regards to design that, in my opinion, will lead to it not being around for very long. It is easy enough to separate the plastic top from the glass carafe after use, and to remove water from the…

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