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Whirlpool UltraEase Reverse Osmosis Under Sink Water Filtration System Under Sink Complete Filtration System Reverse Osmosis Filtration @ Lowe's for $77 (with $25 off $100 coupon)

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Lowe's daily deal [lowes.com] (08/11/2017): 30% off of Whirlpool water treatment products.

Use $25 off $100 coupon from here (470000000074228 - multi use code) for Whirlpool UltraEase Reverse Osmosis Under Sink Water Filtration System Under Sink Complete Filtration System Reverse Osmosis Filtration [lowes.com] (regular $146). Free shipping or Store pick up. Thanks ilogs.
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very clever. hook this up and you dont need another faucet (read: pump a lot of dishwater or non drinking use water through this thing and burn through the filters faster.)
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Thanks I've been wanting one, I ordered it.
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very clever. hook this up and you dont need another faucet (read: pump a lot of dishwater or non drinking use water through this thing and burn through the filters faster.)
What is the purpose of that?
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is it better just buy bottle water?
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is it better just buy bottle water?
Not for the environment.
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What is the purpose of that?
other filters like these hook up to a separate tap. this means you would use that tap for your drinking water. in this case its touted as a "feature" that you dont need a separate tap. however, what that means is all of your water is going through this thing. typically these get installed in kitchen sinks and therefore all of your water that you use for washing your hands, dishes, rinsing foods, and everything else is also going through this filter. thus dcreasing the life of the filter. the "feature" ends up costing you more in maintenece than the inital outlay of separate faucet
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uses unique/ non standardized filters. no thanks
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Water quality ?
This one or reverse osmosis stands in the grocery stores...
Thank you !
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other filters like these hook up to a separate tap. this means you would use that tap for your drinking water. in this case its touted as a "feature" that you dont need a separate tap. however, what that means is all of your water is going through this thing. typically these get installed in kitchen sinks and therefore all of your water that you use for washing your hands, dishes, rinsing foods, and everything else is also going through this filter. thus dcreasing the life of the filter. the "feature" ends up costing you more in maintenece than the inital outlay of separate faucet
Can't you just T it off to keep the supply separate?
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Can't you just T it off to keep the supply separate?
not sure wheer you want this to T. if you are stating that you can t it off and use with a separate faucet, than there could be better systems if you are interested in a secondary faucet. if you ware indicating that you might want to get under your sink everytime you want a glass fo water and divert it through the filter first, than thats a lot of hassle
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The WHEERF filters and WHEERM membranes this unit uses are some of the MOST expensive on the market for RO. If you follow Whirlpool instructions, the WHEERM is changed once per year ($45) and the WHEERF filters twice per year ($90).

Moreover, this is only 2-stage RO, while 5 and 6-stage systems are cheaper and cost less to operate.

I just pulled out my Whirlpool RO system and replaced it with an iSpring to bring my filter costs down to around $50/yr from $135. Pretty big price difference, and we get better water.
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other filters like these hook up to a separate tap. this means you would use that tap for your drinking water. in this case its touted as a "feature" that you dont need a separate tap. however, what that means is all of your water is going through this thing. typically these get installed in kitchen sinks and therefore all of your water that you use for washing your hands, dishes, rinsing foods, and everything else is also going through this filter. thus dcreasing the life of the filter. the "feature" ends up costing you more in maintenece than the inital outlay of separate faucet
not sure what you are talking about.

Usually it is a separate system in that it has a bladder tank where it will get water from your tap under your sink, filter and keep it in the tank. It will also have a separate faucet from where you would get your drinking water from.

And no the dishwasher and all the bad stuff would not go through this filter, only tap water.
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The WHEERF filters and WHEERM membranes this unit uses are some of the MOST expensive on the market for RO. If you follow Whirlpool instructions, the WHEERM is changed once per year ($45) and the WHEERF filters twice per year ($90).

Moreover, this is only 2-stage RO, while 5 and 6-stage systems are cheaper and cost less to operate.

I just pulled out my Whirlpool RO system and replaced it with an iSpring to bring my filter costs down to around $50/yr from $135. Pretty big price difference, and we get better water.
This one is 3 stages. and the question is that do we really need 5 or 6stages systems?
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not sure wheer you want this to T. if you are stating that you can t it off and use with a separate faucet, than there could be better systems if you are interested in a secondary faucet. if you ware indicating that you might want to get under your sink everytime you want a glass fo water and divert it through the filter first, than thats a lot of hassle
Thanks for the reply, though the one from Jesse right below yours to me makes my question moot... Just need to look for a better unit than this one.
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