John E. has company called Crystal C.; they claim to make a water machine that produces energized distilled water. Its $1700 bucks. Beware of this product. No support for the product after you plunk down your money. He is a fast talker and great at selling his $1700 machine. It DOES NOT work!!! He is an asshole when you try and explain your situation and ask for your money back. He had all the time in the world to sit on the phone and sell it to us, but was too busy to settle our problem and hung up on us.
The machine may make distilled water, but if you are going to get it to put in your pool or spa, don't bother. Your pool and spa will turn green. They told us we would NEVER have to put chemicals in either ever again. This turned out to be a total lie, and we got many different stories each time we called for assistance.
If you want energized water, look on the net. You can make it with a 9-volt battery and some foil. You don't need his $1700 water maker.
John E. is not an honest man. He claims to do business with the US Federal government. He may, I don't know, but his claims are not true. They tell you they will send you information. We asked several times and never got it. We were told no one ever reads it.
I am turning him over to small claims court, VISA, contacting NewsMax.com to inform them of our experience, and reporting him to the BBB.
If you buy it BEWARE. A sucker is born every min. We were the suckers this time. Are you his next sucker???? Read the disclaimer, it releases him from any liability from any claims he makes. If you have to put in a disclaimer on your product and what it can do, then it probably will not do what you advertise. If you read this and buy it anyway, Good luck and kiss $1700 good-bye to John E. and Crystal C..