Tyent Vs. Enagic: 2 Top Water Ionizers Stripped down to Reveal the Truth

It’s hard to keep track of all the companies out there making water ionizers. Good thing there’s only one name you need to know when it comes to alkaline water.


The Alkaline Water Confusion

Enagic and Kangen are two names I hear thrown around a lot when people talk about alkaline water. The first time I went to buy a water ionizer, all the different naming conventions really confused me. The thing is, they’re the same thing. But here’s the important question…

Can Enagic Compete with Tyent?


The answer is no, but let’s see why.

To demystify some of the confusion regarding water ionizers, let’s have a side-by-side comparison of Enagic’s SD-501 and Tyent’s MMP-9090 Turbo Extreme ionizer to see which company comes out on top.

  • Tyent’s ionizer has larger ionizing plates, meaning better efficiency at water ionization.

  • Tyent doubles up on its water filters, meaning you’ll get a level of purity unheard of with Enagic.

  • Tyent’s ionization plates are a state-of-the-art solid-mesh hybrid, meaning they are both more durable and more effective than Enagic’s.

  • Tyent’s machines are adjustable for hard water. Enagic’s are not, meaning they could be completely useless for your home’s water supply.

  • Tyent’s Turbo Extreme utilizes an advanced SMPS power supply system that is both reliable and extremely resistant to overheating.

  • Tyent offers a lifetime warranty—with no fine print—versus Enagic’s mere 5-year warranty.

  • Tyent’s ionizers are chemical-free, but the same can’t be said for Enagic.

  • Enagic’s machine clocks in at a whopping $4,300 after taxes. Compare that to the superior Tyent model at just $3,295 and you can see how this is really no contest.

No More Headaches


If I had a side-by-side list like this when I made my first ionizer purchase, it sure would have saved me a huge headache. Hopefully I saved you a trip to the medicine cabinet!

Remember, there’s a reason healthcare professionals prefer Tyent over other water ionizers.

In my opinion it was drinking the Tyent water that [my patient] was able to extend his life. -Dr. Richard Powell

Tyent. Not Enagic.

If you still have questions about Tyent’s top-of-the-line alkaline water ionizers, visit our buying guide to find the perfect ionizer for your needs!

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