Not surprisingly, we spend a lot of our time reviewing water filters. So when it comes to making sure products are able to remove unwanted contaminants from your tap supply, we know what to look for.
With Amazon often finding itself in the spotlight for selling subpar or counterfeit goods on its marketplace, we decided to find out exactly how many of the water filtration products listed by the retail giant can back up their claims with genuine filtering certifications.
We looked into over 550 of Amazon’s top water filter products, cross-referencing them with NSF international’s Certified Product and Service Listings. The results? Well, let’s just say that we’re going to be reading Amazon product descriptions pretty closely from now on.
Here are the findings from our research, plus some key pieces of information on water filter certifications, and how to source legit filtration products.