Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 23, 2017 12:00 pm
If youâ€™re buying an ionizer then hold on to your wallet until youâ€™ve read this.Â There are seven major features that are essential to look for when buying an ionizer, so read on to make sure you buy wisely!
The quality and performance of the plates in your ionizer cannot be stressed enough. Tyent solid/mesh hybrid plates are constructed from titanium and dipped multiple times in pure platinum for an unsurpassed performance.
“At Tyent USA, there is one thing that we know for sureâ€”we have the largest, strongest, most reliable and most powerful plates in the industry.”
Equally as important as the plates are the filters.Â Tyent Dual Ultra filters remove 200 contaminants and
A shameful truth about some companies in the water ionizer industry is that they push the boundaries of ethics in search of more profit. Many times, less respected water ionizer producers will simply spread rumors about themselves and other companies with little or no evidence to support their claims.
Tyent doesn’t approve of this behavior, nor do they participate in such hack marketing ploys. Instead, Tyent focuses energies on developing the most efficient, effective, and affordable water ionizers on the market.
What is “Kangen Water”?
In Japanese, the wordÂ kangen means “reduced.” So, kangen water literally translates to reduced water and it is what the Enagic …
Obviously, to make an informed decision, one has to be informed.Â That is the prerequisite to making any important decision.Â The more you know the better off you are.
Thatâ€™s why it is imperative that before you invest in a water ionizer,Â you gather all the necessary information about the product, the company, and the service after the sale.Â All three are important aspects that need to be considered before you buy.
Tell Me Why I ShouldBuy a Tyent Machine
Letâ€™s begin with the three aforementioned considerations.
The product:Â There are many companies that sell water ionizers,Â to be sure.Â I suppose the most famous is Kangen.Â They were sort of the pioneers of …