Alkaline Water Pitcher by Santevia Water Systems, Inc. - | MINA Model | available in Black or White

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MINA 2 our most innovative pitcher yet.

New Lid: New pour-through lid makes filling your pitcher easier than ever.
New Filter Formula: Powered by a newly formulated filter with 99% lead reduction alongside increased filtration for:

  • Cadmium (98.2%)
  • Copper (98.0%)
  • Manganese (96.1%)
  • Chloramine (98.2%)
  • Mercury (99.0%)

The MINA Alkaline Pitcher creates clean, mineralized alkaline water to support your wellness journey. The made in Canada MINA Pitcher uses a two-stage filter to first filter harmful contaminants and then add back essential minerals to support your health and help you thrive.

  • First filter included
  • Filters lead, chlorine & other contaminants
  • Adds calcium, magnesium & healthy trace minerals
  • Raises the pH level by up to +2.0
  • Makes water taste fresh & delicious
  • Recyclable filter eliminates six pounds of plastic waste per year
  • Every MINA Alkaline Pitcher sold gives 100 days of clean drinking water to communities living in water poverty

  • Filter Life: 2 months
  • Material: 100% BPA & BPS free Tritan plastic
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 21.5 x 12.5 x 25.5 cm
  • Capacity: 2 L

The MINA Alkaline Pitcher is crafted for convenience, giving families a simple, easy-to-use solution for healthy water. By using a multi-stage filtration process, Santevia's MINA Pitcher creates clean, mineralized alkaline water for a busy household. Ideal for families who want a sustainable, high-quality pitcher where durability matters. *Boosts ph and alkalinity to make true alkaline water *Infuses water with calcium, magnesium and other healthy minerals *Reduces chlorine, lead, herbicides and other harmful contaminants *Water tastes smooth and fresh, like it’s from a pristine mountain spring *Manufactured sustainably in Vancouver, Canada *With every purchase, 100 days of clean water donated to fight water poverty