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Rownsurf

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May 18, 2004
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Norfolk, Virginia
Hey everyone,

Well, it's getting hot here in Virginia and I can't afford to keep running window AC 24/7, so I'm using fans and such more now. Of course no I'm evaportating more water and going back and forth to buy RO/DI water is getting annoying, so I'm lookin online at undersink filters. Just wondering if anyone has any recommendations for those commonly found on ebay, or for any other filters I might look at online or at LFS. Don't know a whole lot about them, so just looking for a decent buy and a good easy to use product.

thanks,

Justin
 

jazznreef

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Jun 30, 2003
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Seattle/Magnolia
the three or four way ro/di units get great reviews. i have the kent maxima s or something like that. consider gallons per day when you buy too and go for the most you can afford. you should be able to find a very good brand new unit for two hunsky.
 

DonW

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I have the same one but without the tank and faucet. Works fine, quality is right up there with the big brand units.

Don
 
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