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Water Distillers - again MH?


Hi,

Yesterday, we went looking for a water distiller. Sears Canada do not carry them in their stores; however, their site has a basic one for $249 (3 gal.) and a better one for $349 (4 gal.). Then we stopped in at an outlet which sells distilled water in large bottles. They had a 4 gal. West Bend for $429.

They also had a used 8 or 9 gal. stainless steel distiller which hooks up to plumbing. The gentleman said that it would be $1,500 new, but that he was selling this one off for $459. He would give a one-year guarantee on the equipment. It seems that this particular model becomes available every now and then; I don't know if it is part of his own water-producing equipment -- it would seem too small for a commercial unit. This one keeps making the water until the container is filled and then stops, then when water is removed, it makes more. It sounds like less babysitting is required.

Currently, there are three of us in the house and we would be using the water for fruit smoothies as well as teas and drinking.

Does this sound like a good thing to you?

Thanks -- fsnaturelady


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Hi,

Yesterday, we went looking for a water distiller. Sears Canada do not carry them in their stores; however, their site has a basic one for $249 (3 gal.) and a better one for $349 (4 gal.). Then we stopped in at an outlet which sells distilled water in large bottles. They had a 4 gal. West Bend for $429.

They also had a used 8 or 9 gal. stainless steel distiller which hooks up to a tap. The gentleman said that it would be $1,500 new, but that he was selling this one off for $459. He would give a one-year guarantee on the equipment. It seems that this particular model becomes available every now and then; I don't know if it is part of his own water-producing equipment -- it would seem too small for a commercial unit. This one keeps making the water until the container is filled and then stops, then when water is removed, it makes more. It sounds like less babysitting is required.

Currently, there are three of us in the house and we would be using the water for fruit smoothies as well as teas and drinking.

Does this sound like a good thing to you?

Thanks -- fsnaturelady

 

 
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