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Aquasana 3-Stage Under Sink Water Filter System with Brushed Nickel Faucet ONLY $65.49. I paid more than double the price last year Frown

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$65 for replacement cartridges. No thanks! Better off spending more on a standard R.O. Unit and the goodies, as cartridges can be found for less then half of that for all.
Not to mention it says these small cartridges are only good for 600 gallons. Quite pricey for that low of gallons.
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get a 10" standard 3 stage housing - the replacement filters are far cheaper than this proprietary size aquasana.
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I have been looking for one of these! seems like a great price since the faucets themselves are about this price. Thanks!
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I have a similar 3 stage system just for cooking that uses the standard 10" filters but when it comes to drinking water, I went with a 8 stage system. 3 stage will reduce the TDS reading but with an 8 stage system, the TDS readings are at 0.00 to 0.01 ppm.
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you have to drill a hole on your countertop to install this. Can be a big hassle if it's granite or stone countertop..
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I have a similar 3 stage system just for cooking that uses the standard 10" filters but when it comes to drinking water, I went with a 8 stage system. 3 stage will reduce the TDS reading but with an 8 stage system, the TDS readings are at 0.00 to 0.01 ppm.
What would you recommend?
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you have to drill a hole on your countertop to install this. Can be a big hassle if it's granite or stone countertop..
Many sinks have an actual punch out already installed. Some use it for a soap dispenser, some for the RO unit faucets. I would never drill out granite, quartz or marble to install this.
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buy this or costco one?
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get a 10" standard 3 stage housing - the replacement filters are far cheaper than this proprietary size aquasana.
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buy this or costco one?
Which Costco one?
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$65 for replacement cartridges. No thanks! Better off spending more on a standard R.O. Unit and the goodies, as cartridges can be found for less then half of that for all.
Not to mention it says these small cartridges are only good for 600 gallons. Quite pricey for that low of gallons.
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Aquasana 3-Stage Under Sink Water Filter System with Brushed Nickel Faucet ONLY $65.49. I paid more than double the price last year Frown

https://www.amazon.com/Aquasana-A...B00CHYLXLW
Is it any better than 2-stage one that recently was on sale at Home Depot for $60
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I was thinking the same better off with a whole house pre filter and an actual RO system under the sink.

Just note that if you don't pre filter and you have hard water that you'll be replacing these cartridges much more often.. same with a RO system.
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