Filtering faucets aren’t new, but the fact is they’re not that popular. Most folks prefer to buy a bottle of Deer Park or Dasani, which is a perfectly good waste of money since most of the companies simply purify tap water and stick it in bottles. So a filtering faucet should be no-brainer. Zuvo Water’s new Bright Line offers a trifecta—a five-step, ozone water filtration system, a traditional faucet, and a smartphone app that gives you information about remaining filter life and purchasing a replacement. It also offers something called a water consumption coach—in case you need one. The unit itself is not all that attractive, but it sure gives you a lot for your money ($299 to $399). www.zuvowater.com.