Drink Clean with the LARQ Pitcher PureVis

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Do you know what’s lurking in your drinking water?

Traces of chlorine, lead, mercury and other contaminants are often found in tap water. Filtering can do the trick, but don’t be fooled – filter jugs were not created equal. That supermarket solution that’s been in your fridge for months is more likely breeding contaminants rather than cleansing them from your water. The answer? The LARQ Pitcher PureVis is the best of new water filtering technology.

The filtering pitcher by LARQ uses innovative design to deliver a self-cleaning and stress-free mechanism for your kitchen. This high-tech jug turns itself on every 6 hours for 15 seconds to self-clean, keeping your water fresh and crisp at all times. The USB charger is included and will have your pitcher back to full battery within only 1 hour of charge time.

LARQ filters will clean 60 gallons of water per replaceable filter – up to 50% longer than leading brands. But how do you know when it’s time for a new filter? The LARQ app provides smart insights into your water, so you can keep track of how many gallons have been cleansed each day and how hydrated you are. Genius!


  • Sleek design to suit your kitchen
  • Insights via the LARQ app
  • Self-cleaning
  • LARQ filters last up to 50% longer than other brands


  • This filter jug needs to be charged - adding electricity costs
  • Significantly more expensive than other brands

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

The LARQ Pitcher PureVis is the upmarket, high tech solution for filtering your drinking water. It’s sleek design and smart capabilities make this a statement piece that will enhance your life and hydration levels.

Ayla Phengrasmy
Ayla Phengrasmy

With a strong background in writing, Ayla Dolan-Evans joined the Gadget User team as a contributor in 2022. She has a love for lifestyle enhancing tech and a discerning eye thanks to her university qualifications in marketing. Ayla has previously worked with Ultimate Edge Communications, Sunkiss Media, Smith’s Lawyers and a carefully curated selection of small local businesses.