7 Key Things You Need To Know Before You Buy An Alkaline Water Ionizer On Amazon

As you noticed while you have been doing your research, there are so many different brands of alkaline water ionizers swarming the internet.  They all claim to be the best.  With the overwhelming information, you see on the internet, which water ionizer should you buy?

 

I am going to share with you 7 things you need to know before you buy an alkaline water ionizer.

 

 

Are you buying based on value or price?

 

Let's face it, as consumers no one wants to spend more money than they have to on any product they decide to purchase.

 

Since most of us feel that investing in a water ionizer can be somewhat expensive. We want to make sure we get the most value for the money we spend.

 

Unfortunately, many people are finding that when they purchase a lower priced item, it comes with many unseen costs while producing little to almost no benefit.

 

Most people get interested in an alkaline water ionizer because of results that they or a friend have personally experienced.

 

If those results came off of a certain brand, you may want to stick with that brand based on word of mouth.

 

Also, if you spend $1500 for ionizer #1 and $4000 for ionizer #2, which is the better value?  Ionizer #1 is definitely cheaper, however, being cheaper and being a good deal isn’t necessarily the same thing.

 

If ionizer #1 lasts 2 years, but ionizer #2 lasts 15 plus years, which machine really is the better value?

 

Not to mention what the price of your health worth to you?  Ionizer #2 for $4,000 or hospital bills in the tens of thousands?  Would you rather pay to prevent these types of events happening in your life in the future or worry about saving every single penny now?

 

The bottom line is are you looking to get the cleanest drinking water for the least amount of money or are you just looking to get the cheapest ionizer possible?

 

 

 

Who shops for a doctor simply based on price?

 

When it comes to our health, we want the best because we know mistakes cost a lot more in the long run.    No one wants to go to the cheapest doctor especially if this doctor has a reputation for not providing answers.   In hindsight, you get what you pay for.  To make a mistake with the quality of your alkaline water ionizer might be one of the more costly mistakes you will ever make.

 

When something is cheaper, it usually means just that – it is cheaper.   Ionizers that cost less than $1500 are not worth your money.

 

They are glorified filters. To produce a quality alkaline water ionizer using medical grade metals cost money.  Remember your water is passing over these metals.  Do you really want the water that you will be drinking day in and day out to be passing over anything less than the same standards that the Japanese hospitals require?

 

“Don't go cheap on your health, your health is worth more than spending $1500 on a cheap water ionizer.”

 

Look for the company who's been in the game for over 40 years

 

Here are some questions that need to ask:

 

✅ Are water ionizers that you are researching being sold on the internet also being used in over half the hospitals in Japan?

 

✅ Have they passed the rigorous testing to become certified as medical devices?

 

✅ What kind of experience and expertise does the company have compared to a company like Enagic that has been around for over 40 years?

 

Fact: No other water ionizer manufacturer in the world has the measure of experience and expertise that even comes close to the company called Enagic that has specialized in manufacturing water ionizers for over 40 years. Enagic sells their machines through distributors who take the time to educate people about water. Some distributors have years of experience and bring a wealth of knowledge to the plate.

 

What is the size of the engine and why it's important

 

The size of the electrolysis unit determines how much water actually gets ionized.  When more energy can get into the water because the engine is bigger, the water will be more potent.  The more water that gets properly ionized, the more benefits you will receive.

 

“Every water ionizer has electrode plates made of Titanium covered in Platinum.  These plates are where the bulk of the costs are in making the machines.  The key to comparing various brands is to compare the Total Surface Area of the plates, not how many plates each machine has.”

 

⚠ The greater the Total Surface Area, the more exposure the water will have to the metal.  When the water has contact with the metal, energy is transferred to the water producing ionized water.

 

The Enagic SD 501 with 7 plates has a Total Surface Area of 490 sq. inches.  The Tyent MMP 9090 Turbo Extreme is advertised as being superior to the SD 501  because it has 2 more plates – a total of 9 plates, but it only has a Total Surface Area of 441 sq. inches.  As you can see, even though the Tyent MMP 9090 has more plates, it actually has less surface area to create ionized water.

 

This is a great example of how careful, consumers need to be to avoid deceptive marketing practices.

 

What about machine maintenance and service?

 

 

When you purchase your Kangen Water machine from Enagic, you are purchasing from the manufacturer, nor a reseller. (An example of a reseller would be Chanson, Tyent, Pure Pro, and many others.) Why do you want to buy from the manufacturer rather than a middleman?

 

All machines will eventually need servicing.  Just like your car that needs an oil change every 5,000-10,000 miles.  Who is going to be there for you in the long haul to take care of your machine? Many ionizer companies have come and gone over the years. Enagic is a 40-year-old growing company with servicing centers all throughout the United States and offices all over the world.

 

All Enagic machines are assembled in Japan by trained technicians in a professional and controlled environment.

 

Look for key certifications

 

 

 

Enagic International is certified to ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 13485 for quality control and environmental management, the Water Quality Association Gold Seal for product certification, and a member in good standing of the prestigious Direct Selling Association.

 

Manufacturing plant is ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 certificated.

 

(SD501) Approved as a Medical Device by the Japanese Ministry of Labour and Welfare. 21600BZZ00376000

 

(Super 501) Approved as a Medical Device by the Japanese Ministry of Labour and Welfare. 21600BZZ00037000

 

 

Earning the Gold Seal of Approval requires a detailed inspection of the facility, materials used in the manufacturing process (especially the plates),  the ionizer as a final product and the quality of the water produced by the ionizer.  All of these details have to pass the highest standards in order to receive the WQA Gold Seal of Approval.

 

Enagic is the only ionizer manufacturer in the world that has earned and received the WQA Gold Seal Certification.

 

Health inspectors in the US recognize the significance of this certification.   Because of this approval, Enagic’s machines can be used in any commercial kitchen.

 

Cost: Bottled vs. Enagic Kangen Water

 

US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Quote:

 

“We generally pay much less for our drinking water than we do for most other goods and services…On average, tap water costs are slightly more than $2 per 1,000 gallons…Each of us, on average, uses over 100 gallons of water per day for everything from drinking and bathing to watering our gardens…This equates to an average annual water bill of about $300 per household“

 

The 15 year Kangen™ Water information is based on the Enagic SD501, with a retail price of $3,980.00. It also includes the cost of a high-grade filter, replaced annually; 2 cleaning cartridges, used annually; 5 cleaning services, once every 3 years, performed by Enagic technicians and the average cost of tap water, as indicated by the US EPA, at the rate of $.002 per gallon

 

 

NOTE: Figures were calculated based on a family of four, using a recommended daily water consumption formula of ½ the body weight of each individual in ounces of water: Father – 190 lbs, Mother – 160 lbs, 13 year old son – 100 lbs, 10 year old daughter – 75 lbs. Weights based on National Center for Health Statistics for average weights of individuals living in the US. This family should consume 262.5 ounces, or 2.05 gallons, of water each day. The calculations above have been figured using 2 gallons of daily consumption.

 

What is being said on the internet

 

I'm sure you have seen websites say that Enagic is an MLM.

 

Okay, so what's their point?

 

I don't understand why they always look or downplay MLM as a bad thing.  Which often confuses the masses and the typically think that MLM and a ‘real' pyramid scheme is the same thing.

 

It's nothing more than a business model that most of the masses do not fully understand from a logistics standpoint.  But unfortunately, MLM somewhat has a bad reputation.  The good news is that more and more people are understanding how the business model works and now open to the idea.

 

If I'm really being truthful here, Enagic is not at MLM, it's a direct selling company.

 

And I'm sure you've seen people (or websites) call Enagic a scam.

 

What does it mean if Enagic is a scam?  They take your money and run?

 

Watch this video about how Enagic being a “scam”.

 

 

In closing…

 

We recognize that all brands of cars aren’t the same, all refrigerators aren’t the same, all computers aren’t the same – why should we believe that all ionizers produce the same quality of water?

 

Despite what you may have read on Google or watched on Youtube, Enagic is a real company. They are a legitimate direct selling company that provides a lucrative compensation plan for its distributors.

 

Why the negativity in our marketplace? Because our competition chooses to waste their time bringing us down while they sell their own products or financial gain. It’s as simple as that. It’s a lot like politics! The good guys are the ones who support everyone. We hope that our ideal prospects who are looking to join Enagic can make a more informed choice.

 

If you found this information helpful and valuable, I invite you to take a deeper look at the Enagic opportunity or even buy a machine for your health…

 

This opportunity has served me very well and it has not only changed my finances but it has kept me healthy.

 

If I can serve and support you in any way, you may contact me here.

 

Aside from that, click here to learn more about the Enagic opportunity.

 

You will not regret it!

 

To your Success,


Nate Leung


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3 Responses to “7 Key Things You Need To Know Before You Buy An Alkaline Water Ionizer On Amazon”

  1. Canqua

    Thank You so much this informative post. Thanks for sharing how you are doing it and I am sure a lot of people will be helped through the resource you shared.

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  2. James

    Very informative post. I’ve been resarching ionizers for quite some time but good to know the ones sold on amazon are not up to par.

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  3. Christine

    Thank you for your insights on this.I’m starting to realize that the cheap water ionizers on AMazon and the web are not created equal. They are a waste of mnoey.

    Reply