Fresh And Alive! 2G Budget Water Ionizer (Batch)
|Price:||$237.97 + $21.00 shipping|
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- Creates medical grade ionized water with pH and ORP values tens to hundreds of times stronger than than most other models.
- Easy to use, self-cleaning. Makes over 2 gallons each of alkaline and acid waters per day.
- Allows you to use higher quality water (purified spring, well, bottled, or tap) than tap water required for models that connect to your faucet.
- Detailed instructions, 60-day satisfaction guarantee, one year warranty.
- Works worldwide with voltage between 100 to 240 volts, 47 to 63 Hertz. Electrodes do not dissolve or wear out, and never need replacing.
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Even $198 is way overpriced for this simple contraption. With a combination of my laziness and the neat and tidy job these guys did in making this contraption, it is still $198 well spent, especially if you really look hard at those other models costing thousands and dissect them. Sure they look more technologically advanced, but they produce the same result in the end. Sure they have a water filter built in, but I have a perfectly functional Brita water filter that I've been using, and I just use that before I dump the filtered water into my $198 water ionizer and add a pinch of trace minerals.
This budget ionizer does the job as promised, is simple, foolproof, and brings results. The picture you see in the product page is exactly what you get. With such simple technology, fewer things go wrong, and you have complete control over the amount of trace minerals you throw in, the pH (by varying the time you electrolize the water), and you can feel good about how you only spend $198 while other victims of mass marketing and network marketing get scammed out of their hard-earned greenbacks.
Please do yourself a favor and don't get scammed into parting with thousands of dollars. Educate yourself with some basic knowledge and have some common sense.
I am convinced that we can not change the PH level of our blood much, if at all. What I think we can do, however, is make it easier for our body to maintain its PH level.
After much research and consultation with both traditional and alternative care providers, including two MDs, I believe my blood was maintaining its PH level by taking minerals from my bones. (I have osteopenia.) I do think our bodies are exposed to increasingly more toxins in our air, water and food. Our parents and grandparents were not exposed to this level of toxins. I believe toxins accumulate in our body and make us acidic and sick. For that reason, I think it makes theoretical sense to try alkaline, anti-oxidant water.
I only tried this because I am really sick. I will spare you the details, but if I don't get better, I will die. I have not used the ionizer long enough to see if it will benefit my health. I have used it long enough, however, to determine that it reliably produces alkaline water.
Here are the benefits of this ionizer.
1) Cost. NOTHING I have found, save adding baking soda to water, is anywhere near this inexpensive. For safety reasons, I do not want to add baking soda to water.
2) Easy to operate.
3) Easy to maintain. There are no filters to clean or replace. Perhaps the inexpensive membrane will need replacing, but that looks like an easy fix.
4) Can use this with tap water or bottled water.
5) Can add the minerals I want to add instead of relying on whatever a flow-through ionizer adds. I could never reliably determine what the flow-through ionizers were adding to the water.
6) Water is alkaline: a 10 or an 11.
7) Water tastes great.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You can re-use the acid water 5x's, without harming the device. i was told by the manufacturer. you must add the water fast, and hook up the electrodes, before it passes thru to... Read morePublished 18 months ago by S.C. st petersburg
The device is cheaply made but works as well as a $2000 unit. There was no way I could buy one of those other expensive units. I did a lot of research and went with this one. Read morePublished on September 3, 2013 by Patricia R. Jones
I had some issues getting my ionizer setup so I contacted Fresh and Alive. They were really helpful and promptly responded to my questions with thoroughly. Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by Golden Gate Love
This Ionizer setup is not worth the 200 dollars they are asking for. First the description mentions medical grade metal... Read morePublished on November 30, 2011 by Cymatic
At first I was concerned with the cost of this unit. It looked like a mear $20 in parts, which some of it is. Read morePublished on August 29, 2011 by CC Cruz
I was very skeptical about this product, but made the plunge anyway. Because I was nervous about consuming ionized water, I first gave it to the dogs (a sheltie and a miniature... Read morePublished on January 27, 2011 by Larry Rupert
I somewhat agree with the December 30, 2010 review: it hurt a bit initially to part with over two-hundred dollars for what feels like a lot less than $200 worth of retail... Read morePublished on January 19, 2011 by Max Headroom