For people who are nervous about the water that comes out of their tap and many people are, a home water distiller like the Water Wise Distiller Model 8800 can provide some peace of mind. This countertop water distiller is simple to use and programmable and uses steam to purify about a gallon of water. The process takes about four hours, so the customer can program this water distiller at night and have pure water in the morning. The distilled water can then be kept in the refrigerator or turned into ice cubes.
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The Waterwise 4000 Water Distiller Purifier is one of the more expensive water distiller on the market, having a retail price at nearly $400. The product itself is advertised to remove a wide range of contaminants, including bacteria, particles, dissolved solids and VOCs. It does this by using a stainless steel that can distillate up to one gallon in four hours, or six gallons over the course of a day. The home water distiller comes with some nice features, including an automatic shut off option and a glass water catcher to help make it easier to use. But does it live up to all the hype?
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Waterwise’s model 9000 home water distiller is advertised as a family-friendly water distiller that is smart, easy to use, and looks great. It features a compact, aqua-blue collector from a white distilling component that produces fresh, great-tasting distilled water. There is no assembly or installation process to fret over, nor are there any water hookups to worry about. Each cycle makes 1 gallon of pure water using steam distillation combined with carbon post-filtration. It’s the size of a coffee maker and weighs just 10 pounds.
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