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Object of Desire: Good-Looking Berkey Water Filters

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Object of Desire: Good-Looking Berkey Water Filters

August 22, 2019

Berkey, maker of countertop filtration systems, started as a small family-operated business in a farming community just East of Pueblo, Colorado, in the late 1990s; their classic portable stainless steel systems are the best-looking around. The systems use an extremely fine filter that removes lead, chlorine, and other heavy metals, pharmaceuticals, and VOCs, as well as viruses and bacteria. And because they’re not hooked into a plumbing system, they’re portable and can be used anywhere.

N.B.: For an exhaustive review, read up on the system at Water Filter Answers.

The entire line is available from Lehman’s, an old-timey general store that stocks “low-tech items in a high-tech world” located in the heart of Ohio’s Amish Country; prices start at $229 for the 1.5-gallon Travel Berkey Water Filter, made of rust-resistant polished 304 stainless steel, and go up to about $600 for the largest size.
Above: The entire line is available from Lehman’s, an old-timey general store that stocks “low-tech items in a high-tech world” located in the heart of Ohio’s Amish Country; prices start at $229 for the 1.5-gallon Travel Berkey Water Filter, made of rust-resistant polished 304 stainless steel, and go up to about $600 for the largest size.
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