The Life Ionizer 7500 is a 7 plate counter top Machine made by the Life Ionizer Company. To make a car analogy I'd call it the BMW of water ionizers - a bit more expensive than the typical Toyota or Honda but not as much as the Mercedes. [If you aren't aware of it BMW is one of the most profitable cars for Car Dealers. Honda and Toyota Dealers make less money selling their cars, but they sell a whole lot more of them]
Most Often Asked Questions:
Q: Should I pay the additional $100 for the MESH Technology?
A: I don't suggest it. If you're wondering about the added options like Mesh technology ($100 more) over the original flat plate technology (this question comes up a lot) I'd say skip it. All the mesh does is add additional surface area (raising the levels about 5%) and makes the system need cleaning and replacement more often.
Flat plate Platinum Titanium is still the industry standard although companies promote MESH plates as better.
Q: How about the UV light which is an additional expense?
A: If you are on City Water or Municipal Water then it is unlikely you will need UV or ultraviolet light. This is because City and Municipally treated water uses chlorine to treat the water to kill these pathogens. The carbon filter will remove these chemicals.
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1. Platinum Titanium Plates
2. Dual Filters
3. Auto Clean
1. Expensive Replacement Filters
2. High priced
3. Reports by the Better Business Bureau of problems in Customer service.
Specifications and Technologies
NAME: Life Ionizer 7500
Retail Price: $1,995.00
ORP Range: -
pH Range: 4.0-12.5
Under Counter: NO
Safe Plastics: NO
Replacement Filter Costs: $ 130
Rating is based on comparative scales of the industry.
1. ORP Range: 6
2. Power Supply: 6
3. Installation Ease: 7
4. pH Range 6
5. Longevity/Quality: 6
6. Safe Plastics: 0
7. Ease of Use 7
8. Warranty/Guarantee: 6
9. Customer Service/Reputation (reviews) 2
10. Price Value 5
Score: = 51 Good
While I don't consider it the best value for under $2,000 it's not a horrible model for an ionizer which has 7 titanium platinum plates. I wanted to say a lot more, but there isn't a whole lot to say except I'd probably save some money and buy a comparable model for $500 - $1,000 less than the Life Ionizer 7500.
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