The first multi-stage purification water pitcher. Brought to you by the creators of the LARQ Bottle – the world’s first self-cleaning bottle.
Traditional pitchers collect unwanted pollutants in filters where they can quickly multiply and reverse contaminate your water.
The LARQ Pitcher goes beyond filtration with a unique 2-step filtration and purification process for pure-tasting water sip after sip.
Traditional filters simply trap and collect unwanted pollutants where they can quickly accumulate and multiply. By removing chlorine, the filters become the perfect breeding ground for bacteria, mold, and other pollutants in just 2 weeks—making the filter itself a source of contamination.
Go beyond filtration with two-step filtration and purification.
Step 1: Better filtration
Our carbon-derived, plant-based filter gets rid of unwanted contaminants like lead, mercury, chlorine, VOCs, and more, leaving you with pure, crisp-tasting water. No compromises here.
Step 2: PureVis™ purification technology
What traditional water pitchers are missing is a vital second step—PureVis™ UV-C purification, which eradicates bio-contaminants at the molecular level. Keeping your water as pure as nature intended.
Name a water pitcher with better features, we’ll wait.
No other pitcher gives you the seamless experience and uncompromising innovation that the LARQ Pitcher offers.
Something you used to hide away just became the main attraction.
Available in 2 rich colors that stand the test of time.
Step 1: Fill up your LARQ Pitcher
Step 2: Tap the button to start purifying as it filters
Step 3: Sip and enjoy. Ah, that’s what we call pure water beyond filtration.
We’ve done the science to help you drink brilliantly.
LARQ’s proprietary and patented PureVis™ UV-C LED technology is the most advanced in the world.
We opted out of the hard outer plastic casing you’ll find with traditional filters and created a more sustainable woven material to help provide structure to the filter media. The result? A 75% reduction in plastic use during filter replacements over the course of a year.
By flattening the filter geometry we were able to maximize surface area for the perfect balance between efficacy, filter speed, and lifetime.