We were recently sent the Megahome Water Distiller to review and I think I may finally have found the solution to my water intake issues. I promise myself I will drink bottled water, then refuse to pay the price. I also tried a filter jug but my fridge is so small I can’t keep the jug in the door and it is meant to be chilled.
Did you know bottled water contains impurities?
With the 316 Megahome Water Distiller you could even distill SEA WATER.
The problem with water that hasn’t been distilled is, if you do not filter out the impurities before you drink your water then your body ends up doing the filtering. The only guaranteed way to get the absolute purest water is steam distillation using the best home water distiller. Distilled water is 99.9% pure water. By using a water distiller you get water that is purer than any bottled or tap water and purer than any other type of filtration or purification method.
The Megahome distiller was super easy to set up and can produce 4 litres of absolutely pure water in five to six hours. All you do is fill it up, switch it on and let it run. The water then drips into the glass jug which is designed to fit into the fridge. It also fits inside the actual water distiller so that you can take it away with you on camping trips etc. With an automatic switch off you don’t have to worry about overheating either.
It works by gently boiling the water first to get rid of viruses and bacteria and leaves most of the pollutants behind. A stainless steel coil then captures the steam which then cools to form pure, distilled water. This then passes through a charcoal filter to remove the remaining impurities.
I can honestly say I have never tasted water so pure. Having used a few different filtration systems, water jugs and cleansing tablets there have been none that have come close to the crystal clear water that this distiller provides.
RRP: £249.99 available from Megahome Distillers
We were kindly sent this item for the purpose of this review, all views and opinions are my own and genuine.
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