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Lightning Deal: Waterdrop G2 RO Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System $239.99 + Free Shipping

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Amazon is running a Lightning Deal/flash sale on the Waterdrop G2 RO Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System [amazon.com] for $239.99 with free shipping. Deal ends in 5 hours.

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Filters are not NSF certified (if it matters to you)
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They had trouble clearing these at my Home Depot for $49. They had many for a long while.
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They had trouble clearing these at my Home Depot for $49. They had many for a long while.
no way it's $49!
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I am really confused about this deal. 400 gallons per day?! Mine is a fraction of that. Maybe it is ten? And mine was probably in the $150 range. I have changed filters several times, no big deal. Just guessing, maybe the RO filter, the sediment and carbon filters may have been around $50 every few years.
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no way it's $49!
It was random. I cruse those clearance shelves weekly. I grabbed one out about 10 remained until one day they didn't. I think it was Lowe's

If had bad reviews on their sight as well I think.
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Deady bone dead... Was going to pick one up
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Deady bone dead... Was going to pick one up
Deal is still active as of right now, 6/24/2020 at 8:35am PST.
Get it while you can.
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Costco has the same price since many days
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When was this at home depot? I dont see them. I see just the Brondell systems. Anybody know about those?
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Filters are not NSF certified (if it matters to you)
It says it's pending NSF certification so it could be certified later. But you're right...as of now it is not certified. I got one on the last deal and it works great.
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This was $239 last week lmao. Check camelcamel.
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Does anybody who is knowledgeable on the subject know if this is just as efficient as the bulkier, traditional RO systems? This thing seemingly only has 2 filters, while traditional ones have at least 3. Is the fact that you plug this into an electrical outlet the reason why it's able to filter more water?
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Does anybody who is knowledgeable on the subject know if this is just as efficient as the bulkier, traditional RO systems? This thing seemingly only has 2 filters, while traditional ones have at least 3. Is the fact that you plug this into an electrical outlet the reason why it's able to filter more water?
More filters= extended life of the RO membrane, and you can also add minerals back in after the RO membrane.

When RO has electricity it's either to add a UV light, or in this case, a pump which can speed up filtration and also lessen water waste.
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Go with the apec system.. I've had great results/experience with them on well water
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