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Regular price $189.99 USD
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Encourage better hydration for your family by making pure, healthy water convenient. The Complete Crock Water System turns water from wells, streams, rain, and more into ready-to-drink water!

Want to remove fluoride from your water? This filter system removes 99% of fluoride!

The system measure 17 inches high, with a maximum diameter of 9-1/2 inches. Composed of two pieces, the crock features a top reservoir that makes up 9-inches of the overall height and a bottom ceramic crock, which makes up the remaining 8-inches of height.

The bacteriostatic nano-silver-coated ceramic filter removes 99.999% of bacteria. For example, it reduces cryptosporidium and giardia levels to .2 microns, as confirmed by a laboratory registered by the Food and Drug Administration.

The ceramic filter is filled with pharmaceutical-grade carbon and other special adsorbents to remove:

  • 99% of arsenic
  • 99% of hydrogen sulfide
  • 99% of chlorine and chloramines
  • 98% of lead
  • Pesticides, herbicides, mercury, fluoride, and more

Note: The top reservoir is made of BPA-free polycarbonate and holds 1.5 gallons of water. The bottom crock holds 2.5 gallons. Each filter lasts for 10,000 gallons of water.

The filter is made in the U.S.A, and the crock and upper container are made in China. They are assembled at a facility here in the U.S.A. Buy replacement filters here!

Countertop and floor stand are available too!

Available for shipment to continental U.S.A addresses only.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Seems to be working

I do like this water filter. I don’t like the plastic faucet.
For the price a couple bucks for stainless would be much better.
It’s definitely a sizable investment but cheaper than the metal canister style my Mom and sister have.
I’m pleased the filters are made in the US, sadly the rest isn’t.
The water is good. I’m glad that I have this to filter my gross municipal water. I’m the last home on the water line and even with a sediment filter on my house…..we’ll I just don’t want to think about drink the water without my filters.

Anthony N
It works

I was initially disappointed as the upper reservoir and faucet are plastic, but I’m assuming it’s to keep the cost lower. Plastic or not the system does work. No more purchasing bottled water and the filtered crock water tastes fantastic. I’ve actually started drinking more water each day. For the initial setup I soaked the filter in a separate container for a couple of days, changing the water often. Then I setup the complete system, filling the upper reservoir and letting the water drain through the filter into the crock 3-4 times to remove any excess carbon filtering material. You may initially notice some excess carbon in the filtered water, but eventually it goes away. It won’t hurt you if you use or drink the water. It may have been a little overkill, but for me personally the initial priming of the system is an important step. The only maintenance I do now is occasionally I’ll wipe off the filter with the sponge that’s enclosed with the purchase and some hot/warm water. I’ll do the same with the upper reservoir container and ceramic crock. I don’t use any soap or chemical cleaning agents. The system does a great job. I’m so satisfied with it I purchased another one for my daughter who also loves it.

Linda Rood
Total water Crock review

The first 3 or so days it worked well. Then the coffee started curdling the creamer. Not good. I called Chris who suspects because of the high iron content in the water, it is overwhelming the filter. He is sending a sock to pre-screen the iron and another filter to try swapping the filters every 3 to 4 days to give the filters a chance to rejuvenate. It made sense so will see if this fixes the problem

Shalena Meredith

I love my crock water system! It came with the cistern, the upper reservoir where the filter sits and the ceramic filter. Its fast, and the water tastes delicious. I'm in an area where we don't have flouride added to the water supply, but I'm also interested in taking out all of the other impurities in the water. My family of five uses the crock water for drinking and cooking and we top it off every few days.
I'm incredibly happy with my purchase and have recommended this system to numerous people since purchasing!

Jody W.

I liked the first one so much that I thought two would be even better. They look nice, hold plenty of water, filters last a long time, and the price is very competitive with other top name water filter systems. As an example, I have a Berkey but the filters replacements alone cost as much as a new Complete Crock which lasts longer. One thing I would consider adding to the system would be a flexible brush to clean the inside of the tubing. That would be nice. All in all, I am well pleased with the quality of the water filtered through the Complete Crock System and would haply recommend it to anyone sifting through the many other water filter systems on the market.