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5 Stage Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System

5 Stage Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System With Storage Tank Removes Fluoride

  • High quality filters for superior performance.
  • Removes chlorine, heavy metals, such as barium, cadmium, chromium, lead and mercury.
  • NSF listed storage tank
  • Automatic Shut-Off Valve eliminates waste by closing the feed line when the tank is full
  • Chrome, long-reach, lead-free faucet. (Meets CA req.)

Five Stage Residential Reverse Osmosis System Fifty Gallons Per Day produces pure water fast Most RO’s sold in stores locally have only 25 GPD membranes or less! This system will refill your tank more than twice as fast., system features 5-stages of treatment, STAGE 1 – 5 micron sediment pre-filtration for mechanical reduction of rust and particulate, and provides membrane protection STAGE 2 – granular activated carbon pre-treatment filter STAGE 3 – activated carbon block for reduction of tastes, odors, chlorine, & organic impurities STAGE 4 – thin film composite Reverse Osmosis Membrane for reduction of dissolved solids, including the range of toxic heavy metals, plus Giardia & Cryptosporidium cysts STAGE 5 – activated in line carbon post-filtration for final polishing of off-tastes & odors Maintenance:Pre and post filters recommended change every six months for regular usage, or once a year in light usage. RO membrane: Change recommended based on periodic TDS rejection tests. Typical

List Price: $ 289.00

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3 Comments/Reviews

  • gotclickbankinfo says:

    I live in the kw area of ontario, and these salespeople have been bugging me ever since day one. This slick-talking guy walks up to my home and presents a demo of this reverse osmosis water filtration system. 6 steps or 7 steps, i have no clue. But, the contract seemed like a total fake, there’s nothing official about it, and he was trying to sell it to me for a couple thousand bucks. It comes with a 25-year warranty, though, and he said that an installer would come by. I’ll explain the demos later. Also, 3 of these guys from simply h2o came to my place at different times.

    The problem I have now is that I actually need a water filter, and the reverse osmosis systems are the best. I checked online, but nothing from canadian tire or home depot has 7 stages. they only go up to 5. It’s also a lot cheaper. So, I’d appreciate some good views about whether this company….simple h2o or simply h2o….whatever the guy said (I think he said they were both the same) is actually a scam. I’m also wondering whether anybody has been approached by this company? And are they reliable?

    So here are the demos that he did:
    1) used a tds meter of some sort to compare their water to my home water. turns out that my reading was almost 700ppm and theirs was like 10ppm. what’s with that? he said that my water’s so contaminated and unhealthy and that the EPA’s guidelines follow strict rules that anything over 500ppm is “unfit for human consumption”. That’s what all of them said…exactly.
    2) he used this chlorine test and said that there was chlorine present in my tap water, and that it would be unhealthy for me in the future. now, i’ve taken high school chem….that tiny bit in the water isn’t gonna kill me, is it? some guy used his fingers and
    3) the light bulb test. dumb guy…he stuck a light bulb in the water and said that because my water transmitted electricity, I’d have a higher chance of getting electrocuted. his water didn’t make the lightbulb light up. why’s that?
    4) electricity testing. He put these two metal rods inside his water and a current went through them, his turned yellow, and mine turned this ugly looking green. he said “look, you see? your water’s so dirty and filthy…with the simply h2o r.o. system, you’ll be healthier in no time”. Is that true? or is this some science trick?

    Now, some people have replied to my previous question, and this business has an F rating on BBB (better business bureau). So, how do i go about reporting this?

    also, someone please let me know why the salesman did those demos and how they work. I’ve heard around and these people have already cheated money out of a few elders. it’s a sad world.

  • Mrs Schmidt says:

    I live in the kw area of ontario, and these salespeople have been bugging me ever since day one. This slick-talking guy walks up to my home and presents a demo of this reverse osmosis water filtration system. 6 steps or 7 steps, i have no clue. But, the contract seemed like a total fake, there’s nothing official about it, and he was trying to sell it to me for a couple thousand bucks. It comes with a 25-year warranty, though, and he said that an installer would come by. I’ll explain the demos later. Also, 3 of these guys from simply h2o came to my place at different times.

    The problem I have now is that I actually need a water filter, and the reverse osmosis systems are the best. I checked online, but nothing from canadian tire or home depot has 7 stages. they only go up to 5. It’s also a lot cheaper. So, I’d appreciate some good views about whether this company….simple h2o or simply h2o….whatever the guy said (I think he said they were both the same) is actually a scam. I’m also wondering whether anybody has been approached by this company? And are they reliable?

    So here are the demos that he did:
    1) used a tds meter of some sort to compare their water to my home water. turns out that my reading was almost 700ppm and theirs was like 10ppm. what’s with that? he said that my water’s so contaminated and unhealthy and that the EPA’s guidelines follow strict rules that anything over 500ppm is “unfit for human consumption”. That’s what all of them said…exactly.
    2) he used this chlorine test and said that there was chlorine present in my tap water, and that it would be unhealthy for me in the future. now, i’ve taken high school chem….that tiny bit in the water isn’t gonna kill me, is it? some guy used his fingers and
    3) the light bulb test. dumb guy…he stuck a light bulb in the water and said that because my water transmitted electricity, I’d have a higher chance of getting electrocuted. his water didn’t make the lightbulb light up. why’s that?
    4) electricity testing. He put these two metal rods inside his water and a current went through them, his turned yellow, and mine turned this ugly looking green. he said “look, you see? your water’s so dirty and filthy…with the simply h2o r.o. system, you’ll be healthier in no time”. Is that true? or is this some science trick?

    Now, some people have replied to my previous question, and this business has an F rating on BBB (better business bureau). So, how do i go about reporting this?

    also, someone please let me know why the salesman did those demos and how they work. I’ve heard around and these people have already cheated money out of a few elders. it’s a sad world.

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