These Fantastic Funnels Filter Faucets as Fast as They Flow

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Whirlpool is tackling the issue of wasteful plastic water bottles with a new product that finally lives up to the company's namesake. The EveryDrop looks a giant plastic drip, but when turned upside down it works as a funnel that filters water from a faucet as fast as it flows—so there's no waiting hours for thousands of methodical drips to fall.

Besides its curvy design and clever invertible logo, the real beauty of the EveryDrop is that it can be used to fill bottles, pitchers, coffee machines, or anywhere else you need water free of Chlorine, Chloramine, or other contaminants that affect its taste and smell. So while it can be taken and used anywhere, it's designed to purify water that's already been treated, not stuff that comes straight from a stagnant puddle.

The $20 EveryDrop includes a filter good for filling about 450 bottles before it needs to be replaced, and refills will set you back $12 each. So in the long run, it will end up saving you money if you buy a lot of bottled water, and saving you time if you're used to waiting for a Brita pitcher. [Whirlpool Water]

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Jesus. You people.

Just drink water. Stop with the precious filtering obsession.

In this modern age, and I realize I'm going out on a limb here, YOU WILL NOT DIE OF A WATER-BASED CAUSE.

Just drink it. If it happens to be uber-filtered....great. Bottled? fine. Tap? Still okay.

Just use common sense, and don't drink toilet water. I GUARANTEE you won't get sick.

You don't live in a 3rd world country. Stop pretending this is a problem you have. There are people in this world that really do have this problem. You do not.

You have plenty of clean water to drink.