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Hello,

 

I know this is 0ff-topic. But does anyone know a good quality and affordable distilled water machine that I can purchase online? I would really appreciate any recommendations.

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come-beat_me7 wrote:

Hello,

 

I know this is 0ff-topic. But does anyone know a good quality and affordable distilled water machine that I can purchase online? I would really appreciate any recommendations.


This one makes great drinking water but puts a few minerals back in after distilling http://www.amazon.com/Westinghouse-W15120A-SA98910-Aquavie-Healthy/dp/B0057RCE00/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&...

This one is the best "bang for the buck"  (free shipping) http://www.amazon.com/Water-Distiller-Countertop-White-Enamel/dp/B001VHOE62/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=...

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yes I can help..but its expensive to run electric wise..the company is called waterwise...great company..look them up on the internet. I use it all the time. water is great when its done...send me ps message if you need more info..
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Jun 24, 2013

Heard the Xbox One was pretty good for this.

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Just as an aside, but it's not all that healthy for you to drink "pure" water, a.k.a. distilled water. If you intake a great quantity of distilled water, you will osmotically begin to remove important minerals and nutrients from you body. If you take in plenty of vitamin and mineral supplements, then you won't really face too much of an issue, but if you don't, then be very careful with the amount of distilled water you drink.

(If you remember the story of the woman who drank an ungodly amount of water to win a Wii and then subsequently died because of it, the death was due to an excess of water consumption. All that water, even though it was not distilled water, washed her body of key nutrients and salts such as potassium. This causes a great deal of harm to your heart and other vital organs that require a precise concentration of salts and minerals in the body. Distilled water will wash these nutrients away at a quicker rate than regular water will. So make sure that you are taking in a good deal of vitamin supplements and other goods in order to keep that balance in check).
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Interesting. I use distilled water for my CPAP machine. Never really thought to drink the water. You learn something everyday.
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Ah... I see what you mean.


Sony = Distilled water

 

Distilled water = Pure, uncontaminated.

 

That's the truth, for sure. Unlike a certain software company that starts with M.

 

 

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