The ONLY Water Ionizer to Make PC World’s Extreme Tech List

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The ONLY Water Ionizer to Make PC World’s Extreme Tech List


Who Made The Extreme Tech List?

When PC World compiled its Extreme Tech list, it sought out the “22 devices that push the limits of technology in almost every way.”

One of the high-tech handful that made the cut? Tyent Water Ionizer machines. No other water ionizer was featured on the list and we’re proud to have that kind of recognition from such an expert authority.

Tyent Water Ionizers: Innovation and Performance

Our pride in making the list is two-fold. Firstly, Tyent invests an enormous amount of resources and energy into pushing technical and scientific boundaries when it comes to our water ionizers. Seeing some of the high-tech features make the leap from design blueprint, to engineering innovation and finally being incorporated into our latest water ionizer model is a fabulous part of the job.

Secondly, the thing that underpins everything that Tyent stands for: our customers being happy. We want to build the best, most powerful water ionizers in the world so that our customers can enjoy the incredible benefits of alkaline water jam-packed with therapeutic molecular hydrogen.

Tyent engineers and designers are some of the best in the industry. They work exceptionally hard to bring every Tyent customer incredible innovation and performance at a competitive price.

Delivering Excellence Every Day

Our reputation as innovators suits us fine. Tyent water ionizers launch more industry firsts than any of our nearest competitors. We’re proud of our position at the forefront of water ionizer technology and Tyent’s designers, engineers, innovators, support staff and customer teams work hard to deliver excellence every single day.


Trailblazing Tyent!

When it comes to technology, performance and power, we don’t trail anyone: we trail-blaze. Our inclusion on the PC World Extreme Tech List is a fantastic acknowledgment of what Tyent stands for – tomorrow’s most exciting water ionizer technology, today!


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4 thoughts on “The ONLY Water Ionizer to Make PC World’s Extreme Tech List

    1. Hi, Linda. Thanks for your question. The general lifespan of our water ionizer filters in all our models is six months, but we recommend changing them as soon as you notice any changes in the quality or taste of your water. If you’re looking to replace your Tyent filters, please visit our replacement filters page. Also, be sure to avoid knock-off filters because they’re very low quality and could cause more harm than good. Plus, they void your warranty.

    1. Hi, Daryl. Tyent water ionizers, which are made in Korea, have over 20 international certifications including certifications from the KFDA, ISO, and GMP just to name a few. To see all of them (there are too many to list here), please see our certifications page.

      Also, you can read our third-party filtration report here! The report shows how Tyent water ionizers get rid of over 200 contaminants, including 99% of lead, beryllium, chlorine, and even Chromium-6 (with a 2- or 4-bank specialty pre-filter). Our ionizers are so effective at filtering the bad stuff in your water because of their dual filtration system, which has the same .01 micron filtration capability as a kidney dialysis machine. The primary filter contains ACF active carbon that removes large contaminants like organic compounds, chlorine, rust, and sediment, while the secondary filter contains ceramic material that balances the ions and minerals in the water. Some of our pre-filters also contain activated alumina and carbon to remove the chemicals we mentioned previously.

      We would be happy to compare the features of Kangen and Tyent water ionizers side by side, especially because we use newer, more innovative technology in our machines. If you’d like to talk about this over the phone, please give our water experts a call at 855-893-6887.

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