Like you, I wanted to buy a water ionizer machine. I did my research (but not enough by half), and I decided to buy a Kangen machine from Enagic. After all, the company had been around for a while, and that had to count for something, right?
I wish that someone had taken my arm and told me a few home truths about Kangen water ionizers and Enagic, before they parted me from my money. Buying a Kangen machine was a big mistake, and one that cost me thousands of dollars.
I can’t wind back the clock on my purchase, but I can stop you from making my mistake. Here are the 3 things I wish I knew before buying …
Tyent engineers wanted to design the perfect plate: one that was both durable and maximized ionization potential. The result? Tyent’s Solid/Mesh Hybrid Plate. Each titanium plate is dipped in platinum multiple times for strength, and features strengthened mesh surfaces to increase the rate of ionization.…
There’s a problem with Kangen water ionizers, and Enagic – the company behind the products – is seemingly burying its head in the sand.
To give some context, many people buy a water ionizer to remove deadly contaminants from their tap water. Tyent filters remove and reduce a host of toxic elements, including notorious carcinogens such as Chromium-6.
So, what if you bought a Kangen water ionizer, only to later discover that not only does it provide scant information about the contaminants that its filters actually remove, but that a potentially carcinogenic substance is known to exist at the heart of the Kangen water ionizer itself?
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 6, 2020 12:00 pm
Enagic is the company behind Kangen water ionizers, a recognizable name in the industry and one of the first companies to bring water ionizer machines to a wider audience. But do Kangen machines still have what it takes to compete with today’s ultra-advanced water ionizers?
The short answer is no, they don’t. Enagic might have the historic industry credentials, but there is a list of issues with several aspects of the company and its products that means its customers are being served up a raw deal.
Judge for yourself:
1. Chemicals With Your Water? The Enagic Electrolysis Enhancer that helps to conjure Kangen’s ‘Strong acidic water’ contains Sodium hypochlorite, also known as bleach. The trace amounts of …
Tyent and Enagic are two of the most established water ionizer brands in the industry. But even in a two-horse race, there has to be a winner.
When it comes to water ionizers, Tyent is the brand to beat. We are proud of our position at the apex of the industry. But what are the key differences between a Tyent water ionizer and an Enagic machine?
Buying a water ionizer means that you need the facts at your fingertips, so we’ve listed the 21 Reasons why Tyent is better than Enagic!
1. Style Trial: Your water ionizer is going to be in your kitchen for a long time, so you’ve got to like the way it looks. Tyent’s …
Water science is more advanced than ever before. You might have noticed in the news that scientists have made a breakthrough in identifying a way to separate the two types of water molecule for the first time.
Remember This From School?
Two types of a water molecule? Yes! To briefly revisit our high school chemistry notebooks on water science, water is comprised of two hydrogen atoms and a single, lone oxygen atom, forming a kind of V-shape.
Maybe Not This…
Every single water molecule on the planet is either a para-water molecule or an ortho-water molecule. To distill vast amounts of complex particle physics into the briefest of summaries, the difference is that the …
Water ionizers are something that we think of for adults, but can water ionizers make an impact on your kids’ overall health?
Summer is now close enough to touch. The air already carries the scent of sunscreen and kicked-off flip flops. Soon it will be thick with the tang of dropped ice cream on hot pavements and barbecue scents wafting through the air from your neighbor’s yard.
Water Ionizers to Help Kids Hydrate
We all need to drink more in hot weather. But kids, racing around with their friends, cycling, climbing and playing in the sun, often aren’t clued up enough about their hydration needs.
There’s a special kind of shadow that descends over even the most loving friendships once one party – I’ll call her “Jane” – discovers the wonders of Multi-Level Marketing, or “MLM.” I’ve seen friends there before with candles and “natural” skincare products of dubious origin. This time, it was the turn of Kangen and their money-spinning (but not saving!) modus operandi.
Friends with Vested Interests?
“Jane” started to talk about how her friends should buy a water ionizer. Fine, you might think. But we should only buy a Kangen Ionizer. From her. To be fair, I loved the idea of the health benefits of ionized water, but …