It's shocking how much we pay for pure water. Let me prove it to you with the current market numbers and do the math so you can save money in minutes!
Here's how to pay 7,018 LESS for pure drinking water, not to mention feel great, quit contributing to plastic pollution and send me a picture from some exotic vacation you finally could afford because you stopped wasting money on bottled water. ;)
LET'S LOOK AT THE COSTS OF BOTTLED WATER VS. TAP WATER PASSED THROUGH REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM VS. GASOLINE, TO COMPARE AND GIVE YOU SOME HEALTHY PERSPECTIVE SO YOU CAN SAVE $$$!
Estimated costs for the next 15 years
Under-The-Sink RO System: $297 (one time cost)
Promo Code for Friends: "Purity20" - $ 20 OFF = $277
Replacement filters for 15 years: $108x2=$216
The system comes with the first set of filters already. No need to service for 3-5 years depending on how much water you use and the quality of the water in your area (city or well)
Total: $493/15y/365d = 9¢ <------------per day of unlimited water for drinking & cooking.
Let's add all of the Extras (optional):
Estimated $60 shipping on the west coast (ask me directly and I'll check exactly costs, if you're in San Diego, we'll deliver in person)
$50 remineralization cartridge x7 (over 15 years, these are replaced every 6-8 months and are only installed on request - optional)= $350
Total including the above:
$493+40+350= 16¢ <-----------------------per day cost
Let's say you want to hire a plumber even though these are easy to install by yourself: $50-$200 (I'm calculating at $200 but most plumbers charge $60-$100)
Total: 19¢ <-------------------------------per day cost
50 Gallons Per Day of Healthy, Pure, Alkaline water (with remineralization cartridge, installed by a pro the water will be at around 8-9 Alkalinity)
Sip on this for a moment:
19¢ per 50 gal of FreePurity Reverse Osmosis tap water daily vs. $132.50 for 50 gal of Gasoline (Bottled water 10x more expensive than gas) vs. $1333.50 For 50 gal or bottled water ( calculated for 12 oz bottles, that's 7k times more than RO water)
It is mind boggling how much people pay for water that's virtually free in their kitchen that just needs to be purified. They rather pay a water company like Nestle to purify it for them in the same way FreePurity Purifier does, bottle and resell for 7,018 times the cost they would have to pay if they did it themselves. No need. Here's the link to grab a purifier and start saving today!