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Waterwise 4000 Water Steam Distiller - Glass Jug / Container

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  • NOW WITH GLASS WATER JUG / CATCHER
  • Automatic shut-off after one gallon cycle
  • Stainless steel condenser - not aluminum
  • Distillate Capacity: 1 Gallon in 4 hours, up to 6 gallons in 24 hours
  • Manufacturers 1 Year Limited Warranty
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Waterwise 4000 Water Steam Distiller - Glass Jug / Container + Waterwise 4000 Post Filter Replacement Cups - Six Pack (Water Wise) Distillation + Waterwise Distiller Cleaner/Descaler
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 15 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002DQCMY6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #245,579 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Distillation effectively removes contaminants such as bacteria, particles, dissolved solids and VOCs. Ordinary tap water is heated to 212°F, (100°C) killing bacteria, cysts and viruses that may be present. Steam rises leaving behind dissolved solids, salts, heavy metals and other substances. >>> Using your Waterwise 4000 is very simple. Fill the stainless steel boiler with tap water, press the start button, and soon you will enjoy refreshingly pure water- the best that has ever passed your lips! When you are not distilling water, the handy collector bottle fits inside the distiller for compact storage and portability. Post filtration is used as a final treatment to effectively remove VOCs (volatile organic chemicals).


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Customer Reviews

Because it died on me in only three months!!
Grass_Tiger
The turmoil of controversy over whether we need minerals in our water for good health didn't bother me, so I bought this distiller.
Amazon Customer
After a cycle is complete and the device is cool enough to handle, I wiped the inside clean with damp paper towels and re-fill it.
Peter S.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By PeaTee TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 31, 2009
Note::: this is a review of the old model that had the plastic water container. Amazon has changed the description to show the newer 4000 with the glass container. (10/1/11)

We bought our distiller, which is like this one, years ago under the Kenmore name. We purchased it because we moved into a house with well water and we were expecting our first baby... and well, you know how it is, we were worried about water quality.

Well our darlin' is now 9 years old and the distiller is still going strong, providing us with flavorless water for drinking. Having lived with well water now, I can tell you that it prolongs the life of coffee machines and steamers by reducing mineral deposits on heating elements and what-not.

And we liked this machine enough that we have purchased another Waterwise unit. This second unit is more attractive, but to tell you the truth, I like this older version better. For one thing, it doesn't have any plastic tubing which can crack and/or leave plastic particles in the water.

If appearance isn't a problem, I'd definitely buy this distiller. This system is just simple and best. Ours has run for years and the only thing I would do differently is that I would clean it with vinegar more often so the mineral deposits wouldn't build up and make the interior so unaesthetic.

Notes: Like our other Waterwise, this distiller is fairly noisy.

Pam T~
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By hhs on April 12, 2011
Purchased this about 2 months ago. I live in the mountains and our water comes out of a spring, which is exposed in a creek for about 10-15 feet. I am gratefull to no longer be exposed to the high doses of chlorine and who knows what else through our water as I was living in the city where you could literally smell it in the water. But we do not have a effective home filtering system to weed out any living org.s as I would like. I have kidney issues due to my ignorant diet and life style of old.
I now need to baby my organs and have adapted a much healtier diet and lifestyle and have experienced many benefits. Although I have more energy, no headaches and heart burn, warts, bladder infections and other afflictions of years ago, I have to be very carfull what I take in especially where my liver and kidneys are concerned! I was purchasing nearly 20 gallons of distilled water weekly for tea, drinking and produce wash and soaking. What a pain! The cost may have only been about 70 cents a bottle but the lifting,transporting and storing was for the birds. Considering that these also come in plastic bottles that have sat on a truck and in a warehouse and in my trunk, I can only imagine the contaminants I was still taking in.
This distiller just had to be given a chance. I dont have alot of money so I want the most "bang for my buck" and my health resonably possible.
I have worked this baby to the max., sometimes pushing it to pump out 2-3 gals a day. Has worked wonderfully! I know many reviewers dont like the glass jug with it.......I however do. I have not attached the handle and it fits just fine up next to the distiller. I just need to be extremely carefull to not drop when moving it.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By pinegreen on January 22, 2011
I recently purchased this item and am very happy with it. I am happy with the quality of the product. It was very easy to put together and get started distilling water. The only negative for me is the design of the glass pitcher. I transfer the distilled water from the glass pitcher to a plastic jug in order to store the water in my fridge. The lip on the glass pitcher will dribble water every where when you start to pour from it. You have to be very careful. My solution is to use a large funnel to catch the dribble as I pour the water into the jug.
Other than that design flaw, I am happy with this product.
It does what it says it will do. I have a friend who says hers has operated , trouble free for a number of years and I hope mine will do so also. I would recommend purchasing this to anyone who wants pure, safe drinking water.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Victor D. Delprete on September 5, 2010
Fifteen years ago I bought a unit that looks exactly like this one at Sears (Kenmore), and I still use it everyday.. So far, not one problem.
It takes about 6 hours to distill a gallon, and the fan is loud, but I'm used to it and just keep several gallons around all the time, letting it run all night while I sleep.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By coffee freak on April 6, 2012
I had an old Sears Kenmore distiller for 20+ years but it took too long and consumed too much electricity. So I read the reviews and bought this unit. For a few months it worked great, but then it began to leak water. At first it was a small anount and since the warranty had run out, I kept using it. But then it lost up to eight ounces a fill. Finally the heater just burned out. What a piece of junk. I am back to the Sears unit. I wish they still made one.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Larry B. Hughes on September 20, 2010
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I recently bought a new Model 4000 distiller that came with a glass bottle / collector instead of the usual plastic collecting jug - I am very disappointed with the glass unit; it is not of the exceptionally high quality I have grown accustomed to vis-à-vis Waterwise distillers. I strongly suggest the decision to furnish the glass unit with the distiller instead of the plastic jug used for many years is a serious marketing mistake; sadly I cannot find the formerly furnished plastic collection bottle listed for sale on the Waterwise Web site as an individual item.

Specific issues concerning the glass collector include:

The lid and pour cover do not "snap in place", they are not a snug fits, rather, both fit loosely.
The lid keeper is poorly designed and, at best, only marginally secures the lid.
The adapter cover is not secured to the unit thus promoting its quick loss.
The vertical handle promotes bulkiness; the side handle on the plastic is a much better design.
Glass breaks, BPA free appropriate plastic is virtually unbreakable.
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