Video: Water Ionizer Comparison – Tyent vs. Kangen

Have you been trying to decide which water ionizer is right for your home? Buying a new water ionizer is a big investment in your health, and we at Tyent want to help give you all the information you need to choose the best, longest-lasting unit.

If you’re looking for in-depth and detailed research on the different types of water ionizers available on the market, we recommend checking out this 14-minute video on the benefits of alkaline ionized water—and how Tyent and one competitor, Kangen, fits in. Watch the video here:

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Interested in the different varieties of warranty-guaranteed Tyent water ionizers? Check out our full line-up of high-quality water ionizers now. For more videos from Tyent on what makes our alkaline ionized water a health necessity, visit Tyent on YouTube.

Video: Water Ionizer Comparison – Tyent vs. Kangen
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4 thoughts on “Video: Water Ionizer Comparison – Tyent vs. Kangen

  1. I have a Tyent model MMP 7070. I’m moving to Israel, and I was planning to take the unit with me. Do I have to buy a transformer to operate the unit in Israel? Would I ran into any difficulties?
    I also would like to take with me 2 sets of filters. Providing you think you think taking the unit with me, will be a positive move. If so, please let me know how to order the filters, I will need them as soon as possible.
    Thank you.

    1. Hello, Amnon: If your ionizer is a standard MMP7070, you can use an adapter plug for 220volt. If this is a Turbo Model, the internal dip switch must be adjusted to 220Volt inside the unit. Additionally, you can purchase extra filters at http://TyentUSA.com. Does that help?

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