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Reverse Osmosis drinking water system

  • 12-06-2013 4:44am
    Registered Users Posts: 1,250 ✭✭✭ phelixoflaherty

    Considering buying one of these systems and just looking for peoples expieriences with them.
    The price of these systems vary quiet a bit and then there is the 6 month/ annual filter change costs.
    Also seeing as the units are plastic does this not "put a taste" on the water?
    Lastly would a 3 way tap be worthwhile or just drill a hole for the separate water tap.


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    I dont have one. With the introduction of water usage fees, check how these systems work, i believe for every 1 unit of drinking water, 8 is dumped. Thats off the top of my head now, so research that side of it.

  • I read that alright. Thanks

  • I fitted one in my own home, got it online from a place on galway. Fitted it myself. Quite simply. The water is delicious. Tea/coffee are so much nicer. I cook using this water aswell.

    All the crap in the mains water now to kill bacteria.... chlorine etc. Not to mention fluoride.

    I would highly recommend one.