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From: Daniel Khrapov (
Subject:         Re: a good investment
Date: February 24, 2013 at 10:25 am PST

In Reply to: Re: I'm happy with mine (NT) posted by blissfully raw on February 11, 2013 at 6:13 pm:

Pure water is essential to health, but it isn't cheap if you live in the
city like I do, to buy bottled water every few days. So I bought a
WaterWise 4000 distiller a few months ago.
It gave me the best tasting water I ever tried. It's really soft and
sweet. You can compare it to low-mineral water from the
supermarket (where the numbers of calcium concentration and of
other ions are very low). I'm also very happy about this purchase.
But there are a few things you should consider if you want to buy
something like Waterwise Distiller.
You have to clean it after each cycle with water and a brush. It isn't
difficult and you're done very fast.
You have to clean it thoroughly every few months (by making it boil
with vinegar or something else to make all the minerals to come off
from the bottom)
It purifies enough water for one person for two days from one cycle.
If you don't eat much juicy fruit you'd need it to use it more frequent,
because you would drink more.
It makes some noise.
It uses a lot of energy. ( 800 watt doesn't seem so much, but it needs
to run up to 5 hours if your are in a warm region, to purifie a gallon
of water)
I would normally run it by night, as the electricity price in my region
is cheaper overnight. In the long term I would be spending (at least) 5
times less money on water than I did before (by buying bottled
In the meantime I enjoy this taste of water so much I even take it with
me when I go to my parents house. I'm really convinced it's a good
investment if you live in the city.
Even better would be to distill rainwater, but for now I can't do
I hope this helps

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