Many of you use water filters with your RVs. Typically you go camping and you aren’t sure of the water quality at the camping location. Most campers I see use those Camco filters from WalMart. I’ve viewed the numbers on those filters and while they are better than nothing, they are at the low end of filtering
Big Truck Big RV did a review on the Clear Source water filter. This is a system reviewed by Ray of LoveYourRV.
I think the Clear Source is a great system, based on this review and Ray’s review. I’m not going to purchase one, because it’s expensive. Now I know what you’re going to say — you have a $xxxxx truck, don’t skimp on items as important as your water. I happen to have a Hydro Life system. It’s a single filter, with another expensive (now $42.50!) filter that I believe does a great job removing particulates from the water. The water is drinkable but we don’t — now we get a 5 gallon Sparkletts water bottle to carry with us wherever we go. Still, the water comes in contact with our skin and we’d rather have filtered water than not. BSP doesn’t believe spending $300 on a water system constitutes value over lower end filter essentially doing the same thing. Some RO systems cost less.