So you want to buy a water ionizer, but which one? We want you to make an informed decision, with as little hassle as possible. With this in mind, we’ve created a handy checklist of the main-point comparisons between a recognized industry leader, the Enagic Leveluk SD501, and the Tyent MMP-9090.
Chemical Enhancers With Your Alkaline Water?
Not very appealing, but here’s the low-down.
The Enagic Leveluk SD501 Electrolysis Enhancer contains – among other things – Sodium Hypochlorite, commonly occurring in household bleach.
The Tyent MMP-9090 Turbo uses state-of-the-art technology to eliminate the need for any chemicals to be added.
Hands down, it’s the plates in your water ionizers that make the biggest difference to the performance and quality of your system.
The Enagic Leveluk SD501 uses solid plates, which are durable, but don’t provide maximum electrolysis, as the more edges (and therefore surface area) a plate has, the greater the electrolysis.
The Tyent MMP-9090 Turbo’s engineers knew that to increase the electrolysis, they needed to increase the surface area, but not by reverting to mesh plates, which are known to be weaker and prone to deterioration.
So the Tyent team designed a state of the art titanium plate, and drilled it with holes to increase the surface area, and therefore, the electrolysis, without any compromise on durability, and ultimately producing higher pH alkaline water.
Who’s Got The Power?
Linear v SMPS?
Well, the Enagic Leveluk SD501 uses a linear PSU (power supply unit), which is larger and heavier, has a non-adjustable power supply, is less efficient and prone to overheating.
Tyent MMP-9090 Turbo uses SMPS (Switch Mobile Power Supply), which is a newer, more efficient PSU. The unit is lighter than the old-fashioned linear model; it’s adjustable, and doesn’t overheat. In fact, the Tyent engineers once again went back to the drawing board and came up with not just a SMPS, but an advanced version designed solely for use with ionizers. Impressive work, guys!
Alkaline Water Filter Facts
Both the Enagic Leveluk SD501 and the Tyent MMP-9090 Turbo have filters installed, but not all filters are created equally!
The Enagic Leveluk SD501 has one filter, which contains Calcium Sulphite, a chemical banned in over 30 countries. The filter is a shorter, wider vessel, and is not the ideal shape or size for maximum water filtration.
The Tyent MMP-9090 Turbo has two filters, and employs a filtration method comparable to the filters used on kidney dialysis machines. The dual filtration system and the shape of the filters (longer and narrower, thus ensuring the water passes through maximum filtration) means that the alkaline water produced by the Tyent MMP-9090 Turbo is as pure as possible.
How Much? Can I try It Before I Buy It?
Whilst the Tyent MMP-9090 Turbo outperforms the Enagic Leveluk SD501 at each of the key stages, how about price? Is that a gamechanger?
Well, no. Incredibly, despite leaving the competition behind in terms of performance and state-of-the-art technology, and despite coming coming with a lifetime, no fuss, guarantee; the Tyent MMP-9090 Turbo costs significantly less than the Enagic Leveluk SD501.
Want to give it a go before making a commitment? That’s fine. The Tyent MMP-9090 Turbo has a 60 day trial period, so that you can be sure you and your family are getting the very best alkaline water on the market before you buy.
Innovative, costing significantly less than the rivals that it outperforms, and with the best tasting alkaline water on the market, the Tyent MMP-9090 Turbo beats the competition to win a decisive victory!
Also, check out this video for more – it makes for pretty amazing viewing!
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4 thoughts on “Tyent Vs. Enagic Cheat Sheet”
Do you have any branch in India , MUMBAI
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This review is obviously too bias for Tyent! Hahaha if ever this gets posted hopefully people can check Enagic Kangen from an unbias point of view 😀
Hi, Nathan. Thanks for your comment. What we did here was highlight the important features of each water ionizer side by side without bias. Whether people go to Enagic’s website or to Tyent’s website, the information about the features of each water ionizer brand is the same – we just put it together in an easy-to-read format to paint a clearer, easily understandable picture of the machines for readers and potential customers.
If you’d like to know more about the features of Tyent water ionizers and how they compare to other industry leaders, we’ll be happy to talk with you over the phone. Please give one of our water ionizer experts a call at 855-893-6887.