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Megahome Countertop Water Distiller, Stainless Steel, Glass Bottle (Black)

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  • Distills 1 gallon per/5-6 hrs. Auto Shut-Off.
  • Manual fill. Easy to clean. Quiet operation.
  • Water is boiled killing bacteria. Pure steam
  • Pure water, no chemicals, no unwanted impurities!
  • Glass Collection Bottle. UL approved.
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Megahome Countertop Water Distiller, Stainless Steel, Glass Bottle (Black) + Distiller Charcoal Filters 12pk + Distiller Residue Cleaner 1lb.
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Product Description

The Megahome countertop stainless steel steam distiller comes complete with a glass collection bottle, glass nozzle insert, and is stainless steel inside and out for pure steam distillation.

Includes glass nozzle insert (see picture above) so that your filter sits in glass instead of plastic.

Included in the package is:
Water Distiller, 1 gallon glass collection bottle, filter nozzle with glass insert, six pack of charcoal filters, and 8oz of residue cleaner.

The distiller operates on a one-touch button. Raw water is boiled into steam, then cooled and condensed into pure water that is collected from the vapor. The main advantage of distilled water is that it is 100% boiled, sterilized, clean, safe, and environmentally friendly.

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number MH943SBSGBOT
Item Weight11 pounds
Product Dimensions9.8 x 9.8 x 14.6 inches
Item model numberMH943SBSGBOT
ColorStainless Steel with Black Top
Power Source120volt
Wattage580 watts
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 year parts and labor.
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #4,805 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 1, 2005
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580 Watts

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161 of 162 people found the following review helpful By Kalexo456 on May 9, 2010
There are many different distillers on the market and most are very expensive, so I did a lot of homework before making this purchase. As I needed only 1-2 gallons of water per day, it came down to this unit or the Waterwise 4000. Referring to schematics of both units, it appeared that they were virtually identical in design. With that said, although the Waterwise may cost $100 more than the Megahome distiller, I cannot imagine it uses significantly better materials. I want to address that right off the bat for anyone trying to decide between the two. I cannot comment on the build quality of the Waterwise, but you will not be disappointed with the construction of the Megahome. This appliance is made to last a VERY long time. Think of how long the thin plastic/glass coffee maker at work has lasted. In contrast, this distiller is made of industrial grade stainless steel, and what plastic there is on the unit/collector flask is thick and durable. There is only one moving part, (the fan motor), and this too seems very well built. It's also replaceable. Have you ever tried to replace a part of your coffee maker? Good luck with that. Basically, this unit is a tank. On that note, don't expect to tuck it away in some tiny corner of your counter. Although it will fit under a standard upper cabinet, combined with the collection flask it will require about the same square footage as a toaster oven.

One more note on the fan; the noise is not a big deal. If you have kids, a dog & a doorbell, or a dishwasher, you will not even notice it. Other appliances that make as much noise as the Megahome distiller; the ice maker in your freezer, a convection oven, the kitchen faucet.

So how well does it work? I see a lot of comments regarding water flavor.
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172 of 177 people found the following review helpful By Soffy on September 14, 2006
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Original Review September 14, 2006
First, I need to point out the not-so-obvious fact that this is the stainless steel version of the "Water Distiller, Countertop, White Enamel" product sold by MegaHome/NutriTeam.

To make a long story short, I got this product last night and this morning I woke up to perfectly tasting distilled water.

For the long story...I read all the reviews for the white color version and decided this was worth a try. I placed my order by noon Friday and received the distiller just last night (Tuesday). I was anxious to test this distiller for myself because it might save me quite a bit of money if I could stop buying bottled water. The only negative reviews I'd read seemed to focus on the plastic or metallic flavor of the distilled water. The manufacturer suggests it can happen when new bottles smell like plastic. As soon as I opened the box, I searched for the plastic bottle to smell it. There was no distinct plastic smell that I could detect. One of the reviewers pointed out that your geographical location affects the mineral content in the water and thus can strongly affect its flavor. Living north of Philadelphia, water has a fairly neutral flavor and there's no high mineral content that I know about. Still, I filled the bottle with water filtered through a regular Brita filter I have connected to my faucet. Filling the bottle to the very top is exactly the amount of water required to fill the distiller container right to the fill line. Followed the simple instructions and started the distiller. It wasn't as noisy as I expected, however it's loud enough that you might not want to run it during a dinner party. (Makes good white noise if you need it.
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149 of 154 people found the following review helpful By Robert G. Mertens on March 20, 2007
This distiller has worked as I expected, although I think the "5-hour" estimate of how long it takes to distill one gallon is a little optimistic. Not a problem for me - I turn it on and let it go.

It produces a lot of heat in the house (can't be avoided). In cold weather, it's great because it helps warm up the house, but in the summer, it's an air-conditioning nightmare (I live in Florida). So in the heat of the summer, I will probably have to move it outside.

I don't like the plastic container. I'd rather have glass, and you can get the glass jugs but they're expensive. I'd rather see the spout a little further out so that I could fit a standard glass jug underneath it. But for the money, I can't find another one that has this capability.

I tested the water with a Sprite water tester and the conductivity was around 1uS/cm (microsiemens per centimeter - a standard measure of water impurity), which is comparable to distilled water from Zepherhills (rain water off my dirty roof is around 9uS/cm and my ordinary Florida tap water is around 2500uS/cm - not bad, and probably cleaner than other places - filtered tap water goes up to 2700uS/cm - which is even worse, so filters don't do dooddily-squat). When I used the charcoal filter, the conductivity went up to around 9uS/cm, so the filter adds (probably harmless) impurities, but I use it to help capture other chemical impurities that won't distill out.

The inside of the container gets caked-over after a single distilling. It doesn't come off, easily. I haven't used the chemical remover yet (I've only had this about a month or so), but I use a copper kitchen scrubber on it once in a while and that keeps the buildup down to a manageable level.
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