Consumers Best Countertop Water Filters – 2012

Consumers Best Countertop Water Filters – 2012

 Multipure’s Aquadome has once again been voted “best” by a popular  consumers magazine! Check out the August issue of a popular Consumer reporting publication – this Digest has great information about the top rated water filters, & Multipure is one of them!

Water filters were selected based on the number and efficiency of contaminants removed, filter life, ease of filter replacement, features and warranty.

Performance of products must be certified under standards that are set by National Sanitation Foundation, Water Quality Association and/or Underwriters Laboratories.

The Aquadome features a plastic housing and is designed for countertop use only. It connects directly to the sink faucet with an included hose and diverter valve (dual-hose design) that allows you to select filtered or unfiltered water.
The Aquadome is intended as an easily-connected countertop-only drinking water system for those that do not require a below sink installation option.

NOTE: The Aquadome is not designed to withstand the constant water pressure of a below sink installation; it cannot be installed or converted for below sink use.

• Housing: 9”h x 6.5”w x 9”d

• Filter Capacity: 750 gallons

Compatible Replacement Filter: CB6AD

Manual, Spec Sheet, Certification Data


Consumer Reports Best Water Filters:

Multipure’s MP750Sb unit was also rated and chosen as one of the top water filters testest by Consumer Reports Magazine. To see the report and which other water filters were given a top rating, you can pick up the magazine at any book store, or you will need to subscribe to the Consumer Reports website to view it.

To learn more about this rating check out the Consumer Reports Febuary 2012 edition.  Watch the video below closely. You will see Multipure’s stainless steel models in the background.

Learn more here: or call 1-800-622-9208 to order today.


  1. Aqua pure,

    Multipure is a 3 stage solid carbon block 0.5 micron filter.
    Multipure has been successful in developing the technology to produce filters that provide greater chemical adsorption and mechanical filtration. Materials are formed into a densely compacted Solid Carbon Block; compression enhances the kinetics of the filter and provides performance that cannot be achieved with granular activated carbon (GAC) filters. Compacted Solid Carbon Block filters have a large surface area to better facilitate adsorption. With a Solid Carbon Block, the water contact time is longer and provides for greater adsorption of many different chemicals, including pesticides, herbicides, and certain heavy metals. A close review of product listings confirms that Multipure’s Drinking Water Systems are among the few that have been certified to reduce PCBs – a particularly difficult contaminant to reduce.

    To learn more visit this page:

    Hope this answers your question.

  2. I like the look of the Multipure Aquadome water filter. Congrats on the ranking. I just wish it could be put under the sink. Thanks for the great info.

  3. Many congrats for being on the top. Water filters are of course having a great importance these days. Impurities in water leading to several diseases, so filters have become a mandatory equipments. And if your filter is ranking on top then it implies that it must be the best among all.

  4. shauron w says:

    Wish I had one of these because I drink and use a lot of water ; I have hard water (smells as well) so this would be great.

  5. Thanks a lot for posting such an informative blog post regarding Multipure’s Aquadome. Now with increasing Health Concerns, such Water Purifiers and even Packaged Drinking Water have become very important for people throughout the World.

  6. Canisters might be costly to replace, and will exhaust quicker in areas with hard water. Ion-exchange filters can also come in smaller, less expensive home water filters, and are even built into some coffee makers.

  7. Multipure’s Aquadome looks like very effective machine. How many stages in it?

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