|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.9 x 2.7 x 9.8 inches|
|Item model number||SUF-100v|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Vitamin C Filter Inline Shower Assembly by Sonaki - 3 shower filters included - Use your current showerhead - Remove Up to 99.9% of Chlorine and Chloramines
|Price:||$67.50 & FREE Shipping|
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- SOFTER AND CLEANER WATER - Did you know that you absorb more chlorine through your skin, eyes, and respiratory system, while taking a shower, than from any other activity you do all day? With this inline add on vitamin c filter you can remove up to 99.9% of Chlorine and Chloramines from your shower water.
- KEEP YOUR EXISTING SHOWER HEAD - This In-line shower filter assembly attaches easily to your existing arm at one end and then to the existing showerhead at the other, without affecting the height or positioning of the showerhead.
- HEALTHIER LOOKING SKIN & HAIR - Chlorine has a drying effect on hair and skin, and may also damage permed or color-treated hair. Filtering your shower water promotes better skin and hair due to reduced exposure to chlorine. Vitamin C has been widely used in commercial applications for neutralizing chlorine and chloramines in tap water and has been recognized as playing an important role in the appearance of firm and youthful-looking skin.
- LONG LASTING & EASY TO INSTALL - 3-Vitamin C shower filters included will last up to 5000 liters of water use. Brass and Durable resin inline filter assembly with chrome finish and see through filter housing installs in 3 steps. Wrench for changing out filters is included.
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This Sonaki In-line Vitamin C Shower Filter features extra filtration that reduces up to 99.9% of Chlorine and Chloramines from your shower water. The filter attaches easily to your shower arm and the existing shower head without affecting height or position. Did you know that you absorb more chlorine through your skin, eyes, and respiratory system, while taking a shower, than from any other activity you do all day? This in-line shower filter is designed to last up to 3 months, or after filtering 5000 liters of water. This item comes complete with Brass and Durable resin inline filter assembly with chrome finish and see through filter housing, 3-Vitamin C filters, and wrench for changing out filters. With this filter, you can ensure you have softer and cleaner water that is better for your skin and hair.
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The filter doesn't properly drain out the water left in the filter after the shower turns off. Thus, the remaining water in the filter dilutes the vitamin c in the cartridge while it sits and flushes out when you turn on the shower, wasting an expensive cartridge.
I've been using this for 2 weeks, a shower once a day, and the filter is completely empty. So you'll only be able to get 14 shower uses out of a single filter before you have to refill. That's expensive and wasteful. I would not recommend this product.
Update* It's been 15 days since I started using this shower filter. I am updating my review because I already have to replace the filter. I gave it 5 stars for the removal of chlorine! But, I only give it 1-2 starts if I basing it on the life time of the filter. There are 3 people using this shower, but not necessarily every day. So, the cost is high. I still am very pleased that it filters the chlorine and tests good in that regard- but the replacement time/cost is very disappointing.
Now, please note the rash hasn't gone away, but it is also a deeply hormonal issue with no cure but delivering the baby. What the Sonaki filter DID do for me is it allowed my skin to heal where the rash was no longer active. I had huge gaping wounds from scratching in my sleep and for over a month they WOULD NOT heal. They continued to remain open and bloody even though the active part of the rash had moved to other parts of my body. The wounds showed no signs of healing, but within two days of installing this shower filter they had closed up and now, a week and two days after installing this, I only have maybe three scabs left. As far as how my skin likes it otherwise, I will try to remember to update this review once I have delivered the baby and the PUPPP is gone, because my skin is still itchy as eff but that is not the filter's fault.
Aside from my skin being able to heal itself, a benefit I LOVE about this filter is that my bathroom no longer smells of chloramine. Some days it would smell the entire day after showering and I would keep the door tightly closed with the bathroom window all the way open just so the smell wouldn't travel into the house. We haven't tested the water, but I know this system is filtering out that crap because the bathroom doesn't smell at all, even when the steam is hanging heavy in the air. Remember, this is coming from a pregnant lady; I don't need to test the water because if the chloramine were still there, I would smell it. :) Thank you, Sonaki!
NOW, I know for some people who reviewed this product it simply didn't work at all and I am truly sorry for you! Each municipal water system is different, so it is a bummer if this doesn't work for you. But my next thought is to those for whom it DID work but are complaining about the rate and cost of replacing the filter cartridge. At the rate at which we are using this, with me showering up to 4 times a day (because of the rash) and my husband showering once a day, it looks like we will get 3 weeks out of our filter before having to replace it. That sucks, but once I am a normal human again and showering only once a day we will get at least a month out of it. I know this 3-4 week replacement period is really irritating some people, but look at it this way:
The cost of a 5-pack of filter refills is $35. Let's say you get one month out of a cartridge, so 5 months worth of filtration:
$35 / 5 = $7
So that's $7 a month for chloramine-free water. How often in a month do you go to Starbucks? Taco Bell? The movies? Is it worth giving up ONE trip to Starbucks a month for the sake of filtering out your chloramine? These types of shower heads and filtration systems are what is called CONSUMABLES - like toilet paper and shampoo. They have to be replenished on a regular basis. They are not INSTALLMENTS like microwaves and toasters that last for years. You can kind of compare the difference between an installment and a consumable to a computer; my computer warranty replaced my hard drive when it crashed but wouldn't replace my battery, which it considered a consumable. This is part of life; part of adulthood. I had a hard time learning this lesson when my computer battery died, but that situation gave me perspective on the difference between a consumable and an installment. So until you can afford a whole-house filtration system (more of an installment), if this is working for you then $7/month is not an unreasonable price to pay for getting rid of chloramine.
And a quick note for those finding their chamber won't drain: if you have a combination shower/tub then you have to switch it back to tub mode when you turn the shower off. This drains the water pressure from the shower head (you still have to turn the chamber upside down, too). For those of you who have just a shower, I'm sorry.
Hope this review helps at least one person; like I said, will try to remember to update it once my skin is normal again. And thank you, Sonaki, for this useful product!
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I don't know if it's the city water..but
They are finishing quickly..then expected.
Will have to order more soon.