9 out of 10 Water Filters Don't Work
I've researched and tested almost every major water filtration system available. What I found was that many of them did not do what they claimed. They did not filter out the chemicals present in today's drinking water. Throughout my exhaustive research of the top home water filtration systems I found nothing but false claims with no hard data to support the lies they were telling.
And it gets worse...
I uncovered another dirty secret about the home water filter industry. Many of these water filters are being sold through pyramid schemes. You know, those scams where you're supposed to get rich by getting your friends and family to sign up with the company to sell their overpriced products. I'm not going to name names because these companies are notorious for suing people who expose their schemes, but i'm sure you would recognize them. On average the water filters sold by these companies were 217% more expensive then the other brands of water filers.
Other rip offs I spotted while searching for quality water filters were selling the actual unit for a low price, and than charging an outrageous amount for the replacement filters.
The worst of the filters I researched just flat out didn't work.
Then one day I came upon a Consumers Digest article which had awarded the Aquasana AQ-4000 Deluxe Drinking Water System the best buy award in the water filter category. I was intrigued, but still a little skeptical. I went to their website www.aquasana.com to see what I could find.
By this point I was pretty good at sniffing out all the scams.
- The first thing I check was the price - The Aquasana AQ-4000 was less than 1/2 the price of the other water filters I looked at. They're sold directly from their site so there's no middle man.
- I checked how effective the Aquasana was at filtering water - The Aquasana AQ-4000 filters out more than 99.99% of Cryptosporidium and Giardia (chlorine resistant parasites)
- Next I checked if their was a money back guarantee because people who sell inferior products usually don't offer a money back guarantee - The Aquasana AQ-4000 comes with a no questions asked 60 Day 100% satisfaction guarantee.
- I'd been bitten once already by overpriced replacement filters so that was the next item I looked at - The Aquasana AQ-4000 uses a dual filtration system which is why it's so effective, and each filter is good for 500 gallons of water so I was expecting the replacement filter to cost well over $100. I was wrong. Replacement filters were just $45.00. Which comes out to 9¢ a gallon, compared to about $10 a gallon for bottled water. But you won't have to worry about replacement filters for a while because right now the Aquasana AQ-4000 comes with 2 filter replacement cartridges. I'm not sure how long the free filter special is going to last, but even without it the Aquasana AQ-4000 is still a great deal.
The Aquasana AQ-4000 comes with everything you need to install it, and there's even "how to" videos on the website www.aquasana.com
And if you're looking for a larger whole house water system Aquasana has the Rhino EQ-300. This will supply your entire house with fresh, pure water.
One word of caution. Make sure you buy from the authorized Aquasana website. I have seen knock offs being sold online, and what you might be getting is a imitation or a defective returned item. The internet allows just about anyone to build a website to sell products, and a lot of times people will have pictures of one product and then ship you a knock off, but I've verified that this is the official Aquasana website www.aquasana.com ordering from there will get you authentic Aquasana water filtration systems.
I have to agree with Consumer Digest because the Aquasana AQ-4000 is the best water filter I've come across, and the free filter you get when you order makes it a even better deal. If you want safe, pure water Aquasana water systems are the right choice, and if you're thinking about ordering one I would go ahead and do it while they're still throwing in the free filter. Click Here to Visit The Aquasana Website