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“What can I expect when I purchase a water ionizer from Tyent?” How about that? A question I don’t think I have had before.
The first thing you can expect is the unexpected. The machine itself is beautifully designed to add a touch of elegance to any kitchen. These stylish water ionizers are aesthetically lovely and constructed to perform their tasks with unwavering efficiency and durability. They perform so well that Tyent is one of the few companies in the ionized alkaline water business that can offer a full Lifetime Warranty.
After your initial reaction to the beauty, there is the functionality that is just as beautiful in its own way. Our award-winning water ionizers transform ordinary tap …
Consumers are beginning to realize just how damaging those billions of discarded plastic water bottles are to our little planet. With air pollution from manufacturing, water pollution from littering, and a nightmarish mountain of plastic bottles choking the landfills, bottled plastic water (as I call it) is bad for everybody.
In addition to the undeniable harmful effects to the world, there is the expense of buying bottled water. The average price of a 20-ouncer is about a buck and a half. Compare that to Tyent Water, which comes in at about 6 cents a glass.
I have heard some people remark that distilled water is cheap and …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 25, 2014 6:10 pm
It seems the more questions answered about ionized alkaline water, the more questions asked. To begin with, several people wanted to know about the cost of drinking alkaline water, and if it was really worth it. The answer to the latter part of that question is yes, it is absolutely worth it. Not only is water from a water ionizer far superior to tap and bottled drinking water on every level (including price at about 6¢ a glass!), but because of the incredible amount of pollution and litter bottled water generates.