If you are tired of lugging around expensive and inconvenient bottles of water, and have thought in the past that there has got to be something better, the truth is that there absolutely is. There are many harmful contaminants that are found in most of our tap drinking water. The problem is that the solution that most of us turn to, bottled water, has its own toxins to contend with. If you want to ensure that the water you are drinking is in endless supply, and optimal for your health, there are great water filtration systems that you can get for your home. One such system that we reviewed is the iSpring RCC7AK 6-Stage Reverse Osmosis Alkaline Mineral Water Filter System.
Reverse osmosis systems are hugely popular because they are able to filter out the contaminants that are found in most tap water. The problem that they pose is in their efforts to filter out the bad, they end up filtering out the very minerals that make water essential to health. This unit works to overcome that limitation by restoring natural minerals that are normally removed through the RO process. Coming with a 30 day money back guarantee, they are so sure that you will be satisfied, they are willing to take it back no questions asked.
The design is made from solid construction, it is NSF certified, and has a lifetime free support line for consumers. Providing years of endless pure water, this may be the perfect solution to your water problems. The unit boasts being noise-free, and lead-free, supplying 75 gallons per day of drinking water quality water that tastes fantastic. Working with all types of waters, it is a unit that can be installed into any home. Other things that set it apart from other systems is the feed water adapter, auto shut-off valve, tank valve, 5th stage filtration and water detector.
What are the advantages?
On top of being highly efficient, it is one of the most inexpensive reverse osmosis systems in the industry, especially being one that replenishes minerals with the RO system. At under $250, it makes consumers wonder how it can be offered so much less than competitor water filtration systems.
What are the disadvantages?
Like other RO systems there are wastes of your water supply of up to 2 gallons, slightly higher than other systems. There appears to be a problem with the durability of the RO system and it is recommended that you have the addition of a water softener hooked up to the supply line. That can be especially problematic to those who have hard water troubles. That can be a significant additional cost that can override the inexpensive nature of this water filtration system.
This is a unit that is well worth the cost at under $250. One of the most inexpensive in the industry, it is one of the few reverse osmosis systems that adjusts for minerals lost. The RO system replaces all the essential minerals that are stripped from the water. If you don’t mind a little water waste, in sacrifice to pure drinking water, this may be the unit for you. The only problem may be that if you have hard water problems, you may have to purchase an additional water softener to adjust for the fragility of the supply connections. That can be an expense that may lead you to another product that doesn’t have the same Achilles heel.