Tyent water ionizers add design and tech-savvy to any kitchen, and these days, everything from our phones to our cars are getting smarter â€“ so why not our homes? With the advent of home automation systems, keyless door entry, and motion controls, our houses are becoming a prime place to blend technology and design to improve convenience and quality of life.
The kitchen is no exception. It’s the perfect place for functional, high-end products that make life just a little bit easier â€“ and we at Tyent USA arenâ€™t the only ones who feel that way. Check out these recommendations from Chip Chick, Gear Diary, and Gadget Review on our water ionizers that transform regular tap water into antioxidant-rich, energy-supplying alkaline water.
Chip Chick â€“ Tyentâ€™s UCE 9000 Turbo Water Makes Your Sink Smart
Gone are the days when getting water from the sink was a simple matter â€“ not that thatâ€™s a bad thing. As Tyent shows with their CE 9000 Turbo Water Ionizer, a little complexity can go a long way.
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Gear Diary â€“ Sip a New Take on Water with Tyentâ€™s UCE 9000 Water Ionizer
Tyentâ€™s new UCE water ionizer is another way to filter water. It, however, is meant to be seen. Add in the fact that it has tons of tech built-in andâ€¦ well, you knowâ€¦ it caught our eye.
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Gadget Review â€“ Tyent Under Counter Extreme 9000T Water Ionizer
Most people simply opt for Brita, or some sort of cheap H2O water filtration system. Â Itâ€™s aÂ laboriousÂ process, requiring you to fill a tank via your kitchenâ€™s tap and then watch it slowly trickle out water that has supposedly been cleansed of its impurities. Â We prefer the under the counter filter systems that are complemented by a standalone tap. Â But if that still isnâ€™t good enough for you, youâ€™ll probably really dig Tyentâ€™sÂ UCE 9000 Turbo Water Ionizer.
Read moreÂ from Gadget Review.