Water, Water -- My Fascination With Water Continues
Posted Nov 02 2012 4:30pm
Can we talk about how much I want one of these in my home?! Through One Touch Water , 115 million U.S. households and over 20 million businesses can now get instant access to a greener, more affordable alternative to bottled water. I am not in this 115 million. Just FYI. (Buy me a present, won't you?)
Many consumers assume that bottled water is a purer form of the beverage that is captured and bottled at natural springs, but in reality, in many cases bottled water is anyway a purified version of municipal tap water (that kind of grosses me out). The best purified water will go through 5 steps purification process and then be filled into a “plastic” bottle for the consumer to take home, with innovative point-of-use (POU) filtration technology this process is available in a small version to fit a kitchen countertop or as floor stand version. One Touch Water products tap directly into the customer’s municipal water system and process the water through four separate stages of filtration with an option to add the fifth which is the RO (reverse osmosis) stage as a supplemented kit—in certain states where needed, using advanced purification and ultraviolet light technology to deliver water that is as healthy and great tasting.
The POU system is easy for consumers to install and change filters is a snap. No special expertise or tools are required, and One Touch Water has a contract with Sears Service to perform installations nationwide upon customer request. A POU cooler system eliminates the need to handle awkward, heavy water cooler bottles, and illuminate the transportation of the plastic bottles from the manufacturing plant to homes or offices.
This gizmo is as low as $20/month. I'd consider it.
I'd like to point out I received NO compensation for posting this piece (I only say that cause I do mention it when it's the opposite) but posted it anyway because we all know -- I am kind of obsessed with water .