Whirlpool EveryDrop Traveling Water Filter Product Review

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Whirlpool EveryDrop Traveling Water Filter Product Review

Whirlpool EveryDrop Traveling Water Filter Product Review

We received the Whirlpool EveryDrop portable water filter free for the purpose of this review, regardless our opinions are true and our own.

The EveryDrop is a portable water filter that you can take anywhere for fresh, filtered water anytime. I was really interested in trying this out because 1. I only drink bottled water. 2. I buy bottled water to bring with me when I travel.  It is kind of a pain, but I hate ending up somewhere with no water. I know that sounds silly, but sometimes I feel as though I can taste every single little impurity from faucet water.  So, I don’t take the chance, I just buy it.

How it works:

EveryDrop filters water that is poured through the top, into it’s filter and out the bottom into your container. Water is filtered quickly, so unlike other filtration systems, you do not have to wait. Some have argued that this is actually an issue, stating that the slower the water filters the more impurities are removed.  Whirlpool has designed a filter that removes just as much, but in a shorter period of time. This is a big deal for me, because the filter pitcher we were using from another brand was so slow. We just got annoyed and stopped using it.

Whirlpool EveryDrop Traveling Water Filter Product Review

For initial use, you simply soak the filter for about 10 minutes, shake , then sit it inside the bottom half of the EveryDrop. Place the cover on, pour your water through.  Each filter will last about 2 months and filter around 60 gallons of water. There is a month indicator on the filter.

Once the filter is in place, you can pour or run water through the top and into your own container or the handy water bottle that comes with it!


Our well water was the perfect test. Not only does it have a slight metal taste, but we occasionally get a smell of sulfur. We have two filters on our water system, one coming out of the ground and one at the water pump.  If we slack on changing the one at the water pump you can smell the sulfur pretty badly. So we tested this filter at the point of our water pump filter needing to be changed. Not only did it taste fine ( even to me!),  but the filtered water had no smell. I found absolutely no “sink water taste” after using this filter.  I leave it sitting on the counter since it is so cute and tiny!  Perfect. Finally.

The EveryDrop retails for about $19.99 (worth every penny) you can read more information about it here on their website EveryDropwater.com 

Available for purchase online at the Whirlpool store




Samantha hails from Virginia and is a proud wife and mother to an awesome little boy named Jack. Samantha has been reviewing products for nearly 6 years and offers high quality product reviews with original photography.


  1. Kevin says

    While the thought of being able to have a water filter with you for wherever you are is a great idea in itself, for me and most people, the slower the water runs through the better, meaning it is actually filtering the water. If you run the water through the water filter and it is filtering as fast as the water comes out of the tap, then it really isn’t doing much in the way of filtering.

    • says

      Is that your opinion because you only commented to leave the link to your own water filter sales? Because, this filter works just fine. The obvious taste difference says it all.

  2. Lisa G says

    This sounds great. I drink a lot of water and use a lot of water bottles. This would come in handy and help me not to use as many water bottles.

  3. Jennifer Hiles says

    This is the kind of item I would love to just have. I’m not so sure about our well water and I would prefer to filter it. I really love how fast it does it and that it has a month indicator on the filter.

  4. Karrieann Warr says

    …just trying to learn more of this product. It seems to be all that I am looking for in a convenient way for a portable use. How convenient is it really for traveling through airports and packing and toting around. Is it contained some way for travel, etc? Thank you for your input.

    • says

      Hi Karrieann,

      Yes the filter has it’s own hard plastic case that you store it in. I think the size is perfect, it can fit in any bag I have. Definitely any carry on.

      Hope that helps.

  5. Savana says

    I was really excited to buy this water filter, so easy to use and portable. However when reading the instructions, I came upon a disclaimer reading State of CA Proposition 65 Warnings: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the state of CA to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. What??

    I live in the LA area and whenever I see a prop 65 warning I steer clear of the product usually because it’s made from lead based paints. Does this mean the filter contains cancer causing products that will leach into filtered water I am about to drink? Should I be concerned or do all water filters contain cancer causing products that filter the water?

    • says

      I can not answer that question as I do not know enough about the prop 65 and why, you would be best to contact the company directly.

  6. Roberta Ettel says

    Ew. I didn’t notice the legal notice on it about it having cancer-causing chemicals in it until after I opened it. I can’t believe I spent money on a filter trying to be healthy and it has lead or some awful thing in it. I’m throwing mine away.

  7. Scott Monday says

    I’m not as concerned about the California statements as I know that Califormina is overly protective of EVERYTHING! What I’m trying to find out is how complete does this product filter the water? I am an avid outdoors man and I want to know if this filter will filter bacteria and heavy metals. In other words, can I use this to safely filter stream water out in the middle of the woods?

    • says

      I understand you will find this useless information, but I because I am not that deeply familiar with the filter, I would never take ownership of saying either way. The best thing to do would be to contact the company.

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