Water Purifiers Vs $10 of Purified water???
November 1, 2007 10:52am CST
Whoa.. My hubby installed a water purifier at home. A 5 stage water osmosis purifier we just purchased, it is so easy to install and in our calculators we save a lot of money by installing this water purifier in our own home. In Australia, in local stores you purchase a $10 dollars of they say "purified water" but i was thinking we are consuming 2 water filler in a week and thats $ 10 AUD per gallon. What i really mean about this is the savings. And thats what i want to share to my friends in mylotters..we purchase this product www.phatwater.com.au and they really give good service . MOms out there be aware of water borne diseases in our times, we just dont know if wwe still drink Clean Water ...and the budget for the family is more important than anything else.
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5 Nov 07
My husband bought a water purifying about three years ago. It was one of the best investments we ever made. I don't recall exactly how much it cost at the time, over $100.00, but it does enable huge savings as opposed to buying filtered water. Of course, our tap water is safe to drink, but I hate the taste of chlorine.
5 Nov 07
This is 5 stages water purifier Jen, and it is really good to use. Its is manufactured here in Australia and endorsed by Environmental Health WA. The only water filters that is tested and they really give good service and the guy who manage this filters they really give you step by step installations specially to those who live in Melbourne,Sydney and Adelaide I mean to those who are far from Perth. All of the stuffs are brand new and highly recommended. As i said, you get to see how the filtration works and saves you heaps of $$$ than buying from the local stores.
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5 Nov 07
I am still purchasing purified water from the store. However I do know that I can use my jugs of water and refill them for .33 cents a gallon at our local Wal-Mart. I have previously ordered water from Culligan or another water company that delivers it to your home. I don't want to get into a contract though. Installing a water purifier in your home is a great investment I think. I am considering it myself at this point.
5 Nov 07
Yes Madame, I think if you purchase a water purifier it saves you heaps of $$$ in your savings and hassles. And you know that you are so sure that having this water purifier at home you are so sure that you manage to see your filters if it needs to change. Coz we purchase, in our local stores we dont see their water filtration there if how many mjonths they change the filters at least having the gadget in your own household you are aware whats happening to your water system. This water purifier is endorsed by Environmental Health in Western Australia. the only purifiers that is endorsed and tested by the Environmental Health. If you are interested this is the link www.phatwater.com.au and im so sure they will give you good service.