I have discovered on my long journey for information about water filters that reverse osmosis is one of the most popular technologies on the market. The reason for this is the way the system works, which makes it one of the most advanced ways of ridding your water of potentially harmful contaminants (if you’re reading this section and you’re not sure what reverse osmosis is, take a little peek at my info page first: reverse osmosis filtration – how it works).
At first, I thought purchasing a filter that uses this technology would be the most expensive.
And indeed, it is not the cheapest filtration method around, but I have been very pleasantly surprised with a few filter systems I have found. More on that below…
iSpring RCC7AK 6-Stage Water Filter
Finding the right water filter that will suit your household is a minefield so say the least, believe me my research (and probably yours) has proved that. The trouble is it all seems to depend on what part of the country you live in.
For those of you in inner city areas, you will find water quality much lower than people who live in rural areas.
Watts Premier RO-Pure 531411
You can have models that are very cheap to buy because they have been designed to remove that horrid chlorine smell from your water, and will remove a fair amount of other contaminants that can make tap water unpleasant to drink. However, for this review you’re going to find out about the Watts Premier RO-Pure 531411 4-Stage Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System.