Pod is powerful.

It will be the last filter you ever need.

Sourced from coconut shells, Pod is able to deliver micron filtration at a rate over 2,000x more than a standard filter jug without constant cartridge changes and an ever-increasing maintenance cost.

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Read about our collaboration with University College London

UCL Press Article

Your water is a serious decision

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We understand the need for transparency, especially when it comes to the water you provide for yourself and your family. That's why, in partnership with University College London (UCL), we published our 50 page whitepaper that outlines our mission, technology and process.

It's free for anyone to read so you know exactly what is happening when you're drinking your cleaner, safer and tastier water. 

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A Water Crash Course

On one hand, Reverse osmosis machines, distillers and other products reducing Total Dissolvable Solids (TDS) to zero, strips your water of vital minerals that are essential for a healthy diet. 

On the other hand, the filtration of filter jugs has been around for decades and innovation remains stagnant. A scary example is that traditional filter jugs micron filter 2,000x time less than Pod.

The goal of Water2 is to present a solution that removes the harmful contaminants in water at an extremely high level. While on the other hand being able to retain those vital minerals.

Kill the Bad. Save the Good.

What It Filters

Our industry-leading performance results collated from various tests. Note that Pod about is about balancing the preservation of good minerals with the removal of bad.



The effects of chlorine exposure include but are not limited to: vomiting, diarrhoea, stomach aches, dry skin and the production of trihalomethanes.



The effects of microplastic exposure include but are not limited to: immune system dysfunction, oxidative stress and cytotoxicity, inflammatory bowel disease, neurotoxicity and cancer.

Selenium (Se)


The effects of Selenium exposure include but not are not limited to: hair and fingernail changes, damage to peripheral nervous system, fatigue and irritability



Cadmium (Cd)


The effects of Cadmium exposure include but are not limited to Kidney damage, liver damage, bone damage, and blood damage



Can potentially cause diseases of the nervous system, including Alzheimer’s disease.

Antimony (Sb)


The effects of Antimony exposure include but are not limited to: Inflammation of the lungs, chronic bronchitis, and chronic emphysema





The effects of Tetrachloromethane exposure include but are not limited to: Liver damage, kidney damage, and nervous system



The effects of Pesticide exposure include but are not limited to: Cancer, damage to the nervous system, and birth defects.



The effects of Benzene exposure include but are not limited to: Cancer, chromosome aberrations, anaemia,
temporary nervous system disorders,
immune system depression.

Mercury (Hg)


The effects of Mercury exposure include but are not limited to: Kidneys, brain, and damages developing foetuses.

Lead (Pb)


The effects of Lead exposure include but are not limited to: Damages brain, kidneys and nervous systems.

Arsenic (As)


The effects of Arsenic exposure include but are not limited to Changes in skin and blood circulation, cancer of the lung, skin and bladder, damage to stomach, kidneys, liver, and heart.

Copper (Cu)


The effects of Copper exposure include but are not limited to: Anaemia, liver poisoning, kidney failure. The effects of Copper underexposure include but are not limited to: poor host defence mechanisms, required for
infant growth

Iron (Fe)


Overexposure can cause constipation, nausea, diarrhoea and vomiting. Yet underexposure can lead to fatigue, weakness, pale skin,
chest pain, brittle nails, cold hands and feet

Magnesium (Mg)


Overexposure can cause harmful effects on nervous system and brain development



PFAS and PFOAS exposure has been linked to liver damage, thyroid disease, obesity, fertility issues and cancer.

*depending on flow rate

Boron (B)


Can affect stomach, intestines, kidney, liver and brain.



Can cause cancer, adverse developmental and reproductive effects during pregnancy.

How does it work?

Your tap water flows in via the metal inlet.

This goes down into the bottom of the pod, where the pressure forces the water through our semi-permeable membrane.

The pores are extremely small (0.1 microns) which means only the best water makes it through.

This cleaned water is pushed to the top of the device, allowing it to reconnect to the cold inlet and flow through your tap.

A Cancerous Connection

A 2021 research paper by scientists in the European Union unveiled that over 6,500 bladder cancer cases in the UK can be linked to the high levels of trihalomethanes present in tap water, amounting to 20% of total EU cases. Bladder cancer has a mortality rate of over 50%. These hazardous chemicals are produced when chlorine reacts with organic substances in treated water.

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Microplastics: An Emerging Threat

Microplastics are being found in human blood. Mainstream media has started to accept this and has stopped downplaying this idea. They are linked to neurotoxicity, organ damage, DNA damage and a whole host of other threats.

The video below was originally a message to our email list. It has since accumulated over half a million views, thousands of comments and thousands of shares. Water2 is combatting the threat of microplastics by eliminating 99.9999% of them from your tap water.

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Forever Chemicals: A Constant Problem

In recent months, the literature around PFAS, PFOA and forever chemicals has gained traction. A worrying revelation was revealed in 2022 when 'water sources at 17 of 18 England’s water companies, with 11,853 samples, tested positive for the presence of forever chemicals.'

PFAS & PFOA have been mostly banned. This is because they have been linked to cancers, thyroid disease, immune system and fertility problems as well as developmental defects in unborn children.

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