KOR Water Filter Takes Cues from Drip-Coffee
Water Fall System shows new design that separates the filter from the pitcher
According to the KOR creators, current water-filtering containers have two major limitations: 1) the fact that even after filtration is done, the filter remains in the containers and, because of this, 2) only a set amount of water could be filtered at a time.
KOR's proposed solution is separating the filter and the water container. KOR calls it the Water Fall system and it includes a two one-liter glass pitchers and stand-alone filter that could be left at the counter top.
To make filtered water, the user would have to fill a pitcher with tap water and pour it on the glass receptacle. A tap on the filter lets you control the flow of the water, too. The glass receptacle on top of the filter conveniently accommodates one liter of water.