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#1 stantyl

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Posted 23 October 2009 - 12:48 AM

Dear All,

Anyone can give some comment or opinion for this water filter system. is it necessary for every house? now market have more than 20 different product. any ideas for this... laugh.gif

thanks biggrin.gif

#2 suevian

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Posted 23 October 2009 - 09:33 AM

In my opinion, we really need to have the water filter system in Malaysia, especially if stay in KL/PJ. Not only drinking, you also need to install a normal water filter for your waching machine, or else your white cloth will become darker and darker everytime washing the cloths.

It depends on your affordability, better buy a better quality because you only needs to install once in a life time.

I heard Elken, Amway brands are not bad.





#3 AnsonC

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Posted 26 October 2009 - 11:33 AM

Has anyone used Tarama pi-water system? I am considering buying, it seems there are two options in the market that offers pi-water ie. Cosway Hexagon and Tarama? prices for both vary so much! appreciate some advise from the experts...

#4 Mr. Donny

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Posted 26 October 2009 - 03:20 PM

Good topic. i am also looking for one right now. Based on my survey i have got 2 Options in the market.

1. Option 1- stick to buying a Panasonic/Philip walter purifiers - RM150-350. or some other cheaper water filters from Carrefour. At the same time boil the water for drinking purposes.

2. Option 2- Select from a wide range of high-end water filters out there i.e. NESH, Diamond, Amway, Cosway, Elken, Hyhomeplan, etc. with all the RO, Alkaline Ionizer, PH water, Hard water, Oxidized water, etc. Cost RM1-4k

Those that argue Option 1, say that Grandpa/Grandma is alive to 80+ due to boiled water and that's sufficient. While those that argue Option 2, say that nowadys water have 101 chemicals not known in the past. What say u girls?

#5 AnsonC

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Posted 27 October 2009 - 06:06 PM

For me, it's definitely option 2, and I now only need to finalise the configuration ie. should I have a comprehensive one just at kitchen, or should I combine some sort of outdoor filter eg. bacfree/waterco at the main water source, with another filter at my kitchen.

I come across this two - and I like them because they can produce energy water and receives japanese input in terms of technology and research and certification (and this is just my own personal preference since I see the Japanese put a lot of emphasis on healthcare :)

1. Fully imported from Korea - Tarama pi-water - depending on configuration price vary from 2k to 6k - what I like is they do sell one 17litre water container that directly links to the filter, fully made of glass - which is much better than the typical plastic container you can find outside, and it only costs RM150 for that big glass container. I've asked my organic shop friend to get the co. sales to contact me - they can come to your house and check your water quality to propose solutions :)
http://www.piwater.net/

2. Taiwan made - Buffalo
New product just launched (according to the show room) just two weeks ago, provides lifetime warranty, use high-quality steel, no plastics at all, there's an indicator to remind you when to replace filters, price RM2,688 if I remember correctly
http://www.buffalowo...en/product6.htm

I'll continue with my research and share more with you next time :)
In the mean time, if anyone has any knowledge/info with the regards to the above, please share :) Thanks!


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Posted 28 October 2009 - 10:33 AM

Don't believe all this crap about lifetime warranty, more like warranty until the local importer close shop. If you don't mind about the after sale support, go ahead and buy any brand with any sophisticated technology you can get. I believe POU water filter should get from reputable local company/distributer such as Amway, NESH, Diamond, Panasonic etc. Otherwise you may end up without replacement part. Even with establish brand like Panasonic you can get into such situation but risk is lower.

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Posted 08 December 2009 - 07:59 PM

Has anyone tried Amway E-Spring, Coway countertop water filter or Aquasana water filter?

I already bought an outdoor water filter (Kinetico) for my new house. Now, I am looking for a kitchen water filter - for drinking and cooking.

Any advice / suggestions?

#8 S2000

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 10:53 AM

I'm using Amway E-Spring. There is installment plan too. So far so good. The water oso soft in texture n smellest.


QUOTE (Joycie @ Dec 8 2009, 07:59 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Has anyone tried Amway E-Spring, Coway countertop water filter or Aquasana water filter?

I already bought an outdoor water filter (Kinetico) for my new house. Now, I am looking for a kitchen water filter - for drinking and cooking.

Any advice / suggestions?




#9 kaizoku

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 01:58 PM

Getting Alphamax for outdoor and for indoor is e-spring for drinking and cooking....after much reading up on the internet.

#10 Joycie

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 02:19 PM

Thanks Kaizoku and S2000!

Just want to be sure of the E-Spring!

#11 margarita90

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 05:51 PM

QUOTE (AnsonC @ Oct 27 2009, 06:06 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
For me, it's definitely option 2, and I now only need to finalise the configuration ie. should I have a comprehensive one just at kitchen, or should I combine some sort of outdoor filter eg. bacfree/waterco at the main water source, with another filter at my kitchen.

I come across this two - and I like them because they can produce energy water and receives japanese input in terms of technology and research and certification (and this is just my own personal preference since I see the Japanese put a lot of emphasis on healthcare :)

1. Fully imported from Korea - Tarama pi-water - depending on configuration price vary from 2k to 6k - what I like is they do sell one 17litre water container that directly links to the filter, fully made of glass - which is much better than the typical plastic container you can find outside, and it only costs RM150 for that big glass container. I've asked my organic shop friend to get the co. sales to contact me - they can come to your house and check your water quality to propose solutions :)
http://www.piwater.net/

2. Taiwan made - Buffalo
New product just launched (according to the show room) just two weeks ago, provides lifetime warranty, use high-quality steel, no plastics at all, there's an indicator to remind you when to replace filters, price RM2,688 if I remember correctly
http://www.buffalowo...en/product6.htm

I'll continue with my research and share more with you next time :)
In the mean time, if anyone has any knowledge/info with the regards to the above, please share :) Thanks!



what is the 17liter for? to contain water ready for drinking? so we can directly tap drinking water from it? thanks.

#12 kaizoku

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Posted 13 December 2009 - 02:26 PM

you should compare what sort of mateial the filters are made of. I got convinced by alphamax's filter...they're using micro-zeolite sands. which are natural and when backwashed...removes the particles/chlorine from the sand...thus reusability. usually carbon filters holds onto the particles and doesn't releases it when being washed...thus have to change the carbon filter once in a while. do a wiki search or google to read more...

#13 margarita90

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Posted 18 February 2010 - 02:54 PM

how much is e-Spring?

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Posted 20 February 2010 - 10:23 PM

QUOTE (margarita90 @ Feb 18 2010, 02:54 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
how much is e-Spring?


http://www.quixtar.c.......80&ctg=2208

$USD 569.99?

#15 stantyl

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Posted 25 March 2010 - 10:49 AM

thanks~~ i heard that now DIAMOND got promotion for drinking water and outdoor. anyone using now? pls leave ur comment about it.

wondering to have this.... for my office. can i know how their service and part pricing? wacko.gif

#16 wvmw

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Posted 25 March 2010 - 11:06 AM

Heard that Diamond need 6-7 filters wo... will cost a fortune when come times to change the filters... wacko3.gif

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Posted 25 March 2010 - 11:43 AM

QUOTE (kaizoku @ Dec 13 2009, 02:26 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
you should compare what sort of mateial the filters are made of. I got convinced by alphamax's filter...they're using micro-zeolite sands. which are natural and when backwashed...removes the particles/chlorine from the sand...thus reusability. usually carbon filters holds onto the particles and doesn't releases it when being washed...thus have to change the carbon filter once in a while. do a wiki search or google to read more...


I'm using AlphaMax as well. So far so good. They give one free indoor filter when buying an outdoor unit.

There's tons of those in the market. I know that this week and next week there will be a lot of home fairs. Best time to check out and ask questions to your heart's content!

#18 margarita90

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Posted 25 March 2010 - 12:32 PM

gal289, how much the alphamax? i alredy got the outdoor one installed, now want to buy the indoor one. thx.

#19 stantyl

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Posted 27 March 2010 - 11:48 AM

QUOTE (wvmw @ Mar 25 2010, 11:06 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Heard that Diamond need 6-7 filters wo... will cost a fortune when come times to change the filters... wacko3.gif



ya, i also think is cost alot.... any others idea? how there price? anyone.....

#20 kaizoku

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Posted 27 March 2010 - 11:53 PM

margarita,

depends on the size you want....or the size of your home. I took the one for semi-d and above...about RM1.9k ish the slightly smaller unit about RM1.6k...during promos they would offer free upgrade for the....ummmm...crap...i forgot the name...the pipe to connect the filter to the water mains, from PVC to stainless steel....oh and also a metal water pressure gauge.

#21 kcdream

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Posted 18 April 2010 - 11:53 PM

I'm using Bio Aura. low maintainance. bought RM1200 only last year.



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Posted 21 April 2010 - 01:55 PM

i m using Aquasana made in US ..so far so good.. and not expensive like e-spring..

if ur guys interested can pm me ..or e-mail to me..on9ine@gmail.com

#23 skyyew

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Posted 26 December 2010 - 01:00 PM

I am using ALPHAMAX indoor alkaline filter.I bought it at rm899 promo price.
I was told that the maintenance was also cheap compare to others.just rm280
For every 2 years.so I bought it and with easy payment scheme.
The sales person mr kenneth is professional.

#24 Ah ray

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Posted 02 March 2011 - 01:55 PM

QUOTE (skyyew @ Dec 26 2010, 01:00 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I am using ALPHAMAX indoor alkaline filter.I bought it at rm899 promo price.
I was told that the maintenance was also cheap compare to others.just rm280
For every 2 years.so I bought it and with easy payment scheme.
The sales person mr kenneth is professional.


#25 natalie teoh

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Posted 20 May 2011 - 05:13 PM

i m using espring... it is fantastic!!
i suggest u buy this famous brand,becoz it can filter more than 140 bacteries n viruses.. n it safe for ur family drinking.
but i feel it is not expensive,u can buy by installment for a year.
but for me,i think our health is more important. only ur health can give u wealth..
u can call the person who service me,she is vr expert in this 012-2220100

#26 Shera

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Posted 09 March 2013 - 12:37 AM

Hi All,

 

I recently moved into my new place, did plenty of research before deciding on the type of indoor water filter to get and finally decided on eSpring from Amway. It certainly has lived up to its reputation. The water tastes amazingly fresh and the NSF certification on eSpring system certainly verifies the purity of the water. I have recommended the eSpring system to my family as well. To all out there who want to buy filter system, my advise is to do your research thoroughly and you would realise the eSpring system is simply one of the best. It may be quite pricey and expensive in the beginning but it is so worth it over time. My Amway agent she gave me a reasonable price for this system. If you want you can get her on 0172767453 to enquire. Sure no regrets!!!



#27 roseisrose

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Posted 17 March 2013 - 10:02 AM

I use Waterco as main filter for water into the house followed by Coway as drinking water. 



#28 Charlton91

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Posted 23 August 2013 - 09:12 PM

Having had the knowledge that the choice of drinking water is critical to my health, I understand that only if the water system goes through the process of ionization, that provide ‘negatively charged’ water (-ORP) is the one that has real health benefits. You must check out the company VWA (www.vwa.com.my) which provides the top water ionizers independently rated by 3 major research companies in USA. You cannot go wrong with this.