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Everpure Water Filters vs. Bottled Water (Prices/Models)

by Danny Nguyen

A whopping 75% of the earth is made up of water, but between saltwater and water is frozen in icecaps and glaciers, only 1% is available for human consumption.

To keep your body healthy, it is recommended that the average adult consumes 8 to 12 cups of water per day. With the amount of water that is recommended for consumption, it’s vital that the water we drink is clean and safe.

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Everpure Water Filtration

by Steve Sheinkopf

I posted this to YouTube years ago and was just watching this yesterday. As I mentioned in a previous post, water filters will save you a fortune over bottled with much less hassle.

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Good (Water Filter) Math

by Steve Sheinkopf

I am pretty good at the oddities, history, arts, books (didn't say very good).  I was looking at this filter...

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Filter It

by Steve Sheinkopf

Why are you still drinking bottled water? If you are drinking one per day, your habit will cost $474 per year. This does not include the effect packaging does to the environment. Why not filter your own? Most bottled water companies are actually just filtering municipal water, which is the same idea.
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A Novel Way To Save Some Money

by Steve Sheinkopf

Bottled water always intrigues me. This is great marketing. Charge $1.29 for 16 ozs of fitered (Aquafina and Dasani). If a family only buys 2 bottles of water a day, the yearly cost will be $928.

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Water Math

by Steve Sheinkopf

Lets look at this bottle of quality V water purchased at the airport for $2.49. Its 25oz so 5 of these are a gallon (I looked it up on Google).


Now lets assume that a better deal is available than this airport V water...Lets say $1.25, so the price of a gallon would be $6.25 or 1 bottle every 5 days. So the price of buying 3300 gallons would be $4,917 plus for one bottle of water per work day at $1.25.

If you look under my sink, you will understand why I do not drink bottled water (unless faced with interminable delays at the airport).



This is the Everpure PBS400. It filters through the cold water line, so no additional faucets are needed. The system costs $349 and the filter is $130 for 3300 gallons or $4500 cheaper than bottled (it then becomes just 150 per year for the filter).

Most bottled water is just that. Its municipal water filtered through large filters. Seems much cheaper to simply buy a filter and do it yourself

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