The Soma Filter

Our Filters by Mail program delivers new filters to you every two months so you always have fresh, filtered water. Shipping is always on us.
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Prepay and save with a year’s worth of filters shipped to your door every other month – our best offer yet. We even did the math for you to prove it, save 23% per filter or $15 per year!

Commitment issues? We have a plan for you. Our Pay-As-You-Go plan ships you a new filter straight to your door every other month at $12.99 per month. Don’t worry, you can cancel anytime.

Fresh filtered water, now even fresher


Hydration is key to health. The Soma Filter turns ordinary tap water into fresh, filtered water, effectively reducing unwanted contaminants like chlorine, mercury, copper, and more.


Our filter casing is made with sugarcane plant-based materials, meaning a lower carbon footprint, and free from BPA and Phthalates.


Every two months, we’ll deliver a fresh filter to your door. So you’ll never forget to change your filter again.

Product Details
The Soma Filter


  • MEDIA Certified sustainable activated coconut shell carbon, ion exchange
  • HOUSING Plant-based sugar cane


  • Certified by WQA against NSF/ANSI Standard 42 and NSF/ANSI Standard 53
  • LIFEFTIME Lasts 40 gallons
  • FILTERED Mercury, Chlorine, Cadmium, taste and odor, Zinc, and Copper


  • Soak your new filter laying flat in cold water for 15 minutes. Rinse it under running water for 10 seconds. Align filter and push firmly into place in your Carafe or Pitcher. Put the lid back on.

Filters By Mail

How It Works

Step 1

Hydrate responsibly.

Step 2

Receive a fresh filter every two months.

Step 3

Rinse and refresh.

What we filter out

  • CHLORINE Water additive to control microbes.
  • MERCURY Corrosion of galvanized pipes; erosion of natural deposits; discharge from metal refineries; runoff from waste batteries and paints.
  • COPPER Corrosion of household plumbing systems; erosion of natural deposits.
  • ZINC Corrosion of household plumbing systems; erosion of natural deposits.

* Source: U.S. EPA, Office of Groundwater & Drinking Water, February 2016.