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$99.99 Austin Springs 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filter System with Brushed Nickel Faucet, 75 GPD with bonus free filter pack.

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Austin Springs 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filter System with Brushed Nickel Faucet, 75 GPD, with bonus free filter pack.
$99.99 shipped (with promo code ROSYSTEM at checkout)

STEP 1: add the RO system to your cart
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0743LM...18&sr=1-23

STEP 2: add the filter set to your cart
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...088LV8YZ54

STEP 3: enter promo code ROSYSTEM at checkout. total will drop to $99.99
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Sweet deal especially with 1 years worth of extra filters, I bought it for spare filters and parts. LOL
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TY. I've needed one of these for my new house.
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One maybe the last? Thanks good deal!
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Please put the price in the subject. Thanks.
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Do we have to use the faucet? I would rather use my one
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Do we have to use the faucet? I would rather use my one
No, you don't. You may need to buy an adapter. It won't go out of your normal sink spout if that's what you mean
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Do we have to use the faucet? I would rather use my one
the advantage of using a separate faucet is that you're not using RO water for washing dishes. Although at 75gpd it might not matter
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Anyone have this?
What was TDS after and before filtering?
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We ordered and then cancelled due to reviews on Amazon strongly suggesting installation by professional, which barely exists in a small town like ours. Reviews also suggest missing parts and poor support from the company. Crap, would have loved to have one in our house. Still I believe it can still be a DIY project for us but I probably won't have time in Q1 18 to do much. If you guys have had experience installing this yourself, please do share.
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We ordered and then cancelled due to reviews on Amazon strongly suggesting installation by professional, which barely exists in a small town like ours. Reviews also suggest missing parts and poor support from the company. Crap, would have loved to have one in our house. Still I believe it can still be a DIY project for us but I probably won't have time in Q1 18 to do much. If you guys have had experience installing this yourself, please do share.
these honestly aren't difficult to install. lots of videos on YouTube to help you out.
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Is the 6" width a reference to space needed under the sink?
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Have you installed this system at home? Was it difficult? I have had some plumbing experience, installing a garbage disposal, a touch-faucet, and a backup sump pump system. Smilie Not sure this is more complicated than those small projects. Smilie

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these honestly aren't difficult to install. lots of videos on YouTube to help you out.
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If only I could get work to install these.... the water comes out brown from rust or whatever in the pipes after a weekend of the sink not being used. Really old building too. Thumb up for the find
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