|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||17.8 x 6.4 x 4.6 inches|
|Item model number||NLAP-DC-0010|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Ultra High Capacity, Premium Under Sink Direct Connect Water Filter
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- ULTRA HIGH CAPACITY. Lasts 18X longer than the standard pitcher filter - 10,000 gal / 3 years.
- REMOVES CLUTTER. Under the sink wall mounted filter system frees space from your fridge and counter.
- DIRECT CONNECT TO STANDARD 3/8" COLD WATER LINE. Enjoy clean, fresh water directly from your faucet. Better water right from your tap!
- PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA. Also proud supporters of the Water School USA.
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Please note this filter does not filter out fluoride.
We all want to be healthy and we know we should be drinking more water but worrying about changing your water filter every 2-6 months is not only a hassle but EXPENSIVE!
Unfiltered tap water can taste a bit funny, but it's what you can't see or taste that you worry about. Bottled water costs more but we know the risks of BPA in plastic and we know the waste isn't good for the environment!
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So, I received the filter about as nicely packed as a plastic cartridge and a couple of hoses need to be packed. In a cardboard box. When you buy this kit you'll get the filter, a mounting clamp with a screw to hold the clamp in place, a couple of supply hoses and a brass fitting to adapt your existing sink hose to one of the new hoses.
Installation was straight forward and can be completed with a couple of crescent wrenches and a #2 phillips screwdriver.
Locate your COLD WATER valve under your sink and shut it off. Unless they're labeled, run both the hot and cold water in your sink and feel for which is which. I accidentally hooked the filter up to the hot side, which I fixed after realizing my mistake.
Disconnect the supply hose from the valve. Connect that hose to the brass fitting that came with one of the filter's new hoses and hook all that up to the filter's outlet. Now connect the other hose that came with the filter between the valve and the filter cartridge.
Mount the plastic clamp to the side of your cabinet somewhere with the included screw and snap the filter in place.
Turn the water shutoff valve back on and that's it. 10 minutes and I was done. While I consider myself fairly mechanically inclined, I believe the average person can do this in about 20 minutes.
After installation I ran the cold water through the Nahla filter for about 5 minutes to ensure that I'd be getting nothing but clean water out of it for the testing portion of this review.
For the tests I did. I'm no laboratory by any means, but I have a couple tools that the average person doesn't have. I was able to test the water's PH as well as total dissolved solids in the water. Both these meters I use pretty much every day to test the water in my hydroponics veggie beds.
The tests I did was straight tap water (T), filtered through a clip on PUR water filter (P), and then water filtered through the Nahla filter (N)
So here are the results:
Flow rate test. I did this by timing how long it would take to fill a 1 gallon jug.
(T) - 40 seconds
(P) - so slow I didn't even bother
(N) - 60 seconds - So there was some slow down, which is to be expected since you now have a filter inline. I was really surprised though that the slow down wasn't really THAT noticeable just looking at the flow coming out of the tap.
Next I tested the total dissolved solids (TDS) contained in the water. This means any minerals, salts and metals that are going to be floating around in your water. Unless you're using distilled water you're always going to have SOME dissolved solids. Dissolved solids are measured in parts per million, or PPM. The average PPM for drinking water in the US is around 350. Being here in California, having very hard water, and just the funky taste of the stuff coming out of our tap, I was surprised that it was as low as it was.
(T) - 137ppm
(P) - 150ppm - I chalk the increase up to the water picking up some of the activated charcoal filter material used in these filters
(N) - 133ppm - A very slight decrease over regular tap water, but lower than the PUR. So I assume that the Nahla does a better job ensuring that the filter material stays in place.
The third test I did was a PH test. I did this test using a calibrated electronic PH meter. I wasn't expecting any crazy swings in this just because of the water being filtered, but I got just a little bit of a surprise. Again, I live in Northern California where we have notoriously hard water.
(T) - 7.76
(P) - 8.23 - I'm assuming this again has to do with the water going through the activated charcoal and the little coconut fiber things contained in the filter cartridges
(N) 8.03 - While not as much of an increase, it's still an increase over the regular tap water.
Last but not least I gave the three glasses of water to my wife to try. She's the reason I'm doing the whole water filtering thing in the first place. I did this taste test sort of like the Coke/Pepsi taste tests. I gave her three glasses and told her to rank them from best tasting to worst. After she tested and ranked them I then did some shuffling of the glasses and made her repeat the taste test. To me there was barely any difference between the PUR and the Nahla, but she ranked them the same all three times, which leads me to believe that there's something to it. Here's how she ranked them.
Nasty - (T)
Better - (N)
Best - (P) - Yep, the PUR filter got her seal of approval.
I was really hoping to be able to take that stupid hang on filter thing off by installing this Nahla filter, but I guess for now we're going to keep it. I may try to trick her in a couple of weeks by taking the cartridge out of the PUR and if she doesn't say anything, I'll tell her what I did.
Anyway, there you have it. The longest friggen review I've ever written. Overall I like the filter. While my wife was able to tell a difference between the three types of water I had her try, I personally couldn't really tell the difference between the PUR filter and the Nahla. But I could hands down tell there was a huge improvement over straight tap water.
Now I'm anxious to use the water from this filter on my hydroponics to see if it makes a difference in how my plants grow. I've actually been using 5 gallon jugs of bottled water to feed my plants because for some reason they would do horribly with some even dying if I used the tap water. I'll edit this review once I see how this water does with my plants.
UPDATE - Just bought our 3rd one and will continue to do so. They simply work!!!!!!
Like several of the readers here, we first reviewed $350 - under-the-sink Reverse Osmosis water cleaning systems. Because losing so much water to brine, +forced use of a plastic storage tank under the sink -- we stepped back 20 paces to also consider the small Brita water pitchers that several of our friends have at their ski condos or beach cottages… Not a fan -- unless it's the ONLY purification option.
We concluded that this Nahla Water Filter System operates in a fashion similar to the cartridges that yield our friends purified water dispensed from their refrigerators. We decided THIS product might actually be the best water purification to use in our home. For the past 15 years, we've been hauling endless numbers of gallon jugs of Arrowhead or Crystal Geyser to the house -- & often to the homes of others that we'd visit.
We identified the underside of our laundry room sink as our 1st choice, and under the kitchen sink as the 2nd. Our plumber said either would work -- but he overlooked telling us that the laundry room set up would involve more modifications ( costing an extra 50 min of his time, and some small cuts to his hands. He didn't wear gloves when he yanked the sink out of the counter to give himself more elbow room, due to an interior cabinet shelf being too close to the sink to allow him to reasonable turn the water hose connectors). We are VERY GRATEFUL that he pointed out the existing hoses were made of a notoriously "carcinogen-istic plastic."….
Those old hoses were okay if the water is used to clean a chocolate stain on a blouse -- but it's NOT okay for to use "old hoses" when trying to establish a spot in the house to get purified drinking water.
We viewed 2 YouTube videos that you can query to pull up on YouTube, by typing Nahla Water Filter Install, in their "Search Bar." One
"teaching video" was made by a gentleman who builds homes, the other by a helpful "DIY-Do It Yourself" home improvement advocate. The install is straight forward -- and you can probably Do It Yourself -- unless, there is an obstacle -- like the shelf under the sink in our laundry room, that obstructs your ability to screw out, screw in the attachment hoses. I'm just SUPER GLAD our plumber insisted upon switching out those cancer-causing old water hoses. So,… while you are developing a strategy for your install -- be sure someone researches and evaluates whether your hoses are made of "the old school, cancer causing materials." -- unless it's a new home,.. they probably need to be replaced. I think they were ~ $15 to $30 .
The Nahla Pure folks stayed in touch with me from the beginning, and let me know they'd appreciate being able to answer questions, and meet my needs. They also forwarded a link to an installation video…. sorry -- I don't know if it's the same as one of the other ones you can query,… that will come up on YouTube. I emailed the company with 2 separate installation questions --- and the company wrote me back with helpful answers within 8 hours -- even over the weekend.
That obstructive shelf,… also got in the way of mounting our filter top to bottom -- or north to south. We asked the Nahla Pure folks if it was OK to let the filter sit sideways -- or east to west…. (lay down horizontal), instead of being vertical (up and down). They said mounting the filter sideways ( or just sitting it there sideways / horizontally) was as acceptable as mounting it vertically.
Now -- 5 days after the install -- we've had time to do the "carbon filter rinse" a few times. We are enjoying being able to fill our 1st few gallon jugs, from the comfort of our own home…! The water is clean and pure -- just like the water we've been hauling to the house for the past 17 years…!
So far we are VERY HAPPY with our choice of a Nahla Pure water filter.
If anything changes in the next several weeks / months … we will add the concern to this post.
TLN Golden, Colorado
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