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Waterdrop G2 RO Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System EXPIRED

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- 1:1 pure to drain
- 400 GPD


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Cheaper on their website, no tax outside of CA.

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Same price on their website [waterdropfilter.com]with free shipping (4-8 business days). Sale ends June 14th.
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The filters are not NSF certified.
replacement filters are $26 and $80
I had looked into this model sometime back since it's always sponsored in the search results on Amazon. The reviews are comically fake. Not NSF rated, I'd avoid this like the plague.

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I`ve never had a tankless RO system and was looking at this one last week. Now I see the price dropped to $240, regular price is $300. Is this model good?
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replacement filters are $26 and $80
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Wish it's the G3 model which's on sale.

Anyone knows which brand is better? Waterdrop / Culligan / Frizzlife?
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Same price on their website [waterdropfilter.com]with free shipping (4-8 business days). Sale ends June 14th.
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my 7 year old 5 stage 25gpd tds 125 tap = 4 ro but is a pain now to change filters if this would give me the same i would buy it but I don't think it will the faster gpd the less filtering it will do if I'm wrong please correct me
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replacement filters are $26 and $80
$80 is good for 2 years and $26 for one. So it's less than $70 per year. How much it cost for traditional?
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$80 is good for 2 years and $26 for one. So it's less than $70 per year. How much it cost for traditional?
ispring on amazon 2 year reacement $90 so $45 a year
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$80 is good for 2 years and $26 for one. So it's less than $70 per year. How much it cost for traditional?
6 Stage RO is somewhere around $50 year.
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my 7 year old 5 stage 25gpd tds 125 tap = 4 ro but is a pain now to change filters if this would give me the same i would buy it but I don't think it will the faster gpd the less filtering it will do if I'm wrong please correct me
Not necessarily true. I have 450tds tap and my ro water is 4tds before going into the DI filter. Mine is 90gpd. Something like this though, I doubt you are getting near that efficiency.
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$80 is good for 2 years and $26 for one. So it's less than $70 per year. How much it cost for traditional?
These are all guesstimates. It really depends on how much water you use and how dirty your water is to begin with. Your tap water might be 125tds but someone in Arizona may be looking at 600tds. They also never mention chloramines, which is getting more common in water districts. It takes a special carbon filter to remove them fully.
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Any deals for countertop RO?
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The filters are not NSF certified.
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