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Waterdrop Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System, TDS Reduction, 400 GPD Fast Flow, Tankless, Smart Faucet, 1:1 Drain Ratio (3 Cartridges and 1 Faucet Included)

SKU: RO-WD

NSF 58 & 372 Certified
  • [Superior Performance] Removes TDS and 1000+ Contaminants in tap water.
  • [Smart easy-to-install design] Waterdrop RO water filtration system is an innovative all-in-one intelligent water purification system. In just a few minutes, the Waterdrop RO system can be installed completely.
  • [No-tank design] Its no-tank design prevents secondary pollution. 5.7’’ slim body takes up less storage space.
  • [No Waiting for Clean Water] RO system offers faster water flow (400 GPD) and produces pure water more quickly that can satisfy the water demands of the whole family and even small business.
  • [1: 1 Low Water-waste Rate] Waterdrop Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System saves water waste by 300%.
  • [Meets Various Water Demands] Besides installing it under the sink, it can also be connected to a refrigerator to produce pure water and ice from the fridge (Free Water Pitcher or Refrigerator Bypass Kit).

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Waterdrop reverse osmosis water filtration system is innovative and intelligent. It is free from secondary pollution because of its tankless design. With a width of 5.7’’, it takes up very little space. With faster water flow (400GPD), enjoy clean water without waiting.

Using RO filtration technology with filtration accuracy of 0.0001μm, the system can remove most of the contaminants in tap water. Embedded with a variety of sensors, it reminds water quality, filter life, and TDS value in real time.

The system can be used with the refrigerator. Get an accessory kit for free to get purified ice water directly from your refrigerator. If you do not want to connect with your refrigerator, you can get a free gift pitcher. Fill up the pitcher with filtered water from the system. Clean water is always available.


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Customer Reviews

review-16330
Very well packaged, no damage at all from shipping and looks like it could have taken much more of a beating than it did. The parts for each component are sub-packaged separately including a sheet which includes a copy of the directions for that part which was quite handy.Much bigger unit than I expected, takes up almost a quarter of the area under the sink, might be an issue if you wanted to us this in a very small space.Installation took about 2 hours and probably could have been faster if I had a better idea what I was doing. If you aren't comfortable with crawling and contorting under your sink or basic plumbing work, it might be worth looking into getting help for the installation. Biggest challenge (mostly due to novelty)was having to cut a 1 3/8"hole in my stainless steel sink for the new water output, but the documentation included a reference to a you tube video (not certain if the manufacture produced it or not) which gave a walk thru of the process and the hole saw is listed in the "tools you'll need" part of the directions.I got one for about $15 at Home Depot - they offer hole saws specifically for this sort of task, it seems to be a normal step for installing new sink thingys. After that cutting the hole itself only took a few minutes.Also in the directions it looks like they have installed the drain line below the sink trap. Due to the layout of my sink I had to install it above the trap but its doesn't seem to have mattered, all things being equal I think I prefer it being above the trap anyways.(IMPORTANT NOTE: IF you tie-in above the trap, a HIGH LOOP is needed in the drain line, to prevent back-flow from the dirty drain water!!!)Only real complaint I have from installation is the written directions could be a bit more detailed on some of the steps.For example there was a few parts, a steel ring with a gasket on one side and two plastic clips, included with the faucet which I didn't see listed anywhere in the steps to assemble it - they're still sitting on my counter and it functions, and doesn't leak so far, without them. But I think I see where they should go and it should be simple matter to correct my over looking of them.Once it's hooked up its pretty much just a matter of turning it on and letting it does it thing till it's ready to go.The directions and indicators on this last part are very clear.Pros:Water tastes GREAT! - Pretty much the whole point of this exercise.Installation really wasn't too bad of a job for something like thisChanging filters should be easyNot bad looking at allLight on the faucet indicating filter life, neat, and you don't have to go under the sink to checkCons:Minor, but the directions could be a bit clearer on some of the fine details.Not the worst I've seen by far, and I was able to puzzle everything out.Power cord is a little on the short side, if you don't already have an electrical outlet handy it could be an issue, I may have to run some wire to get the plug out of sight long term.Price as reviewed - about what you would expect for a filter that can make almost any water drinkable!!

review-16331
We installed a Reverse Osmosis in our last house and really loved it.We moved to a smaller house in Florida, and the water tastes pretty bad, so the first thing I wanted as an RO system.The problem I had was the small space under the sink.Our old system was definitely a space hog with the 5-stage filters and 5 gallon tank.If you are not familiar with RO systems, most have between 3 and 7 stages of filters with a holding tank.A basic 3-stage RO system has a water inlet that is connected to a series of filters.The first stage of any reverse osmosis system, is the pre-filter. This removes larger particles that could restrict the fine membrane RO filter.The second stage utilizes an active carbon filter which is used to remove harmful chemicals (like chlorine) that could damage the RO system.This is followed by the RO membrane filter which removes the fine contaminants in the water. The purified water is contained in a storage tank, ready for use at any time. The tank has an outlet that can supply a single faucet, or it can be connected to the whole house water supply.The prices have come down for home units and are relatively easy for DIYers to install.The drawback is that they are bulky and inefficient because they waste several gallons of water for each gallon they store.This entire system is contained in a nice looking casing, there are no filters hanging in the kitchen cabinet and it occupies way less space than traditional under sink RO units. It costs more than many others but, being one of the more efficient RO systems on the market, it will end up saving you money over time due to the lower water loss.The main advantage of this system is its small footprint, with all the filters and the tank in one contained unit.It is also free standing and easy to move around if needed.Filters are easy to change, much like a refrigerator filter.Another difference with this unit is that it uses a pump instead of water pressure to send the water to the faucet.This makes for a faster flow than most, but you do have to plug it in under your sink.Most sinks have an outlet for the disposal, but some have other appliances under the sink so you may need an outlet extender.Current draw is low, so it should not overload the circuit.This is a solidly built unit with quality materials.It does a very good job of filtering the water.It also costs twice the price of many other RO systems with tanks.If I had the room, I would still go with a 5-Stage RO with a tank.Since I don't have the room, I am so thankful that there is an alternative that is so easy to use.

review-16332
What a great find.Had this installed by a plumber - took him about 1.5 hours and cost almost $200.(We needed a part to hook it up to the refrigerator water.)Plumber says this is a really compact RO system, most take up a lot more room under the shelf.This has 3 filters, so that's going to be expensive for replacements.Hopefully it won't take too long.All the filters have ordering instructions right on them.The water tastes great. I'm super happy.

review-16333
This is really an efficient little unit and it's simple to figure out. The LED screen is easy to read. You have good tasting quality water in just a short time with the easy flowing cycle. It really doesn't take up that much space. The light stops blinking when the cycle is complete so you know it is fine to drink. A great way to make sure your family and pets have safe drinking water. Made from what looks like durable materials.

review-16334
I am 100% pleased with this Waterdrop Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System.Installing the RO system was fairly easy and a lot easier than most of the Reverse Osmosis water system out there. The instructions were very well written along with a rendering showing what goes where.I was using the Quick guide and I was able to get everything installed in less than an hour.There is a detail instruction that you can follow if you need.The water from the waterdrop Reverse Osmosis water filtration system tastes really good and wonderfully delicious! I also fill a 3-gallon glass jug with a serving spout and bring it to my office to drink the water there. Sometimes it will sit for a week in the jug as it slowly drains by my drinking with no change in taste!

*Some reviews are from amazon.com for the same product.

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