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It May Not Be Pretty But It Does The Trick

If you are worried about the quality of your tap water you may have good reason for your concerns. The average tap water is full of harmful contaminants that are not only corrosive to your plumbing fixtures, they are not good for your health. Those things that are in the water, such as fluoride and chlorine, may be in concentrations that can have health consequences to you and your family. If you are looking to find the best way to filter out all those things that you don’t want, there are many quick fixes that are not only convenient, but cost effective.

Instead of reaching for the bottled water, which can be filled with other harmful toxins such as BPA, there are water filtration systems that are well within almost anyone’s budget. Some fit underneath your kitchen sink, while others can be placed alongside the faucet for easy use. The Water Distiller, Countertop, White Enamel, Glass Collection may be the perfect solution for endless fresh and pure water.

The Water Distiller can distill up to 1 gallon every five to six hours, which is more than enough to supply a family of four. At just under $200, it is much less expensive than a water cooler or those inconvenient individual bottles of water. At optimal rate, it can filter up to four gallons per day for all of your drinking and water needs. There is a safety shut off, so you never have to leave wondering if you turned it off, and it is UL approved.

The one year warranty is an additional bonus, as is the 30 day money back guarantee if you aren’t satisfied with the way that it works. Topping the reasons why you may want to give it a try, it is one of the highest and best rated water distillers on Amazon. Made by Nutriteam, Inc., it was one of the many water filtration systems that we reviewed.

What are the advantages?

Many who use the unit insist that it is highly durable. Made from stainless steel, it is free from corrosion. The distilled water that is produced is contaminant free and safe for drinking.

What are the disadvantages?

One of the biggest disadvantages we found to this unit is that it is an eyesore. There is already so much clutter in the kitchen, having one more thing to take up room on the counter may not be what you are looking for. There is debate about whether distilled water is good for the body. When you heat water to such extreme temperatures that it becomes vapor, there are essential minerals that are filtered out. It is possible to replenish those minerals lost, but that is an additional step.

Conclusion

Of all the systems that we reviewed, this one may be the most simplistic. At a price tag of under $200 it does make more sense than lugging around bottled water, or paying for a bottled water system. The problem with distilled water is the same that you get from a reverse osmosis system. The harmful contaminants are filtered out, but so are the essential nutrients that you need, producing “dead water”. That means that you may not get all the things you don’t want, but you also don’t get the things you need. If you are alright with another thing cluttering up your kitchen and having water that is pure, but may not be all that healthy, this is a fairly useful unit for your family’s needs.

If you are worried about the quality of your tap water you may have good reason for your concerns. The average tap water is full of harmful contaminants that are not only corrosive to your plumbing fixtures, they are not good for your health. Those things that are in the water, such as fluoride and chlorine, may be in concentrations that can have health consequences to you and your family. If you are looking to find the best way to filter out all those things that you don’t want, there are many quick fixes that are not only convenient, but…

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About Julie Keating

Julie Keating, commissioned writer, has been in the freelance writing industry for over ten years. Her academic accomplishments include a Masters in Public Health and a Bachelors in Psychology with a minor in Journalism. She insists that it is her personal experiences as the mother of six, the mother to a special needs child, and being widowed at a very young age, that brings personalization to her writing and captivates her readers.