I have tested the vs the Athena water ionizer before, but this time is a little different. I’m using two different source waters: St. Louis tap water and reverse-osmosis-remineralized water.
The tests show that the Tyent Turbo and the Athena water ionizers are neck-in-neck in pH and ORP results!
Also, interestingly enough, the ability to ionize St. Louis tap water is about equal to the IonLife-Reverse-Osmosis-Remineralizer that I have!
That’s great, because usually RO water doesn’t ionize well [due to the lack of minerals in it]. RO gets everything out of the water, and leaves very little in. It’s often called “dead water”. However, with this RO-Remineralizer System, the minerals added are the perfect amount for water ionization! These are also great minerals, by the way. They are all organic, plant-source minerals, so are the healthiest your body can consume. No rock-based minerals are added!
So, with the results being so close between the Tyent and the Athena, which water ionizer do you buy?
Either one! You can’t go wrong with these two great water ionizers! They both have great warrantees! They both ionize water real well! There are differences, but they’re both good.
Bigger & More Plates: Tyent
Better Self-Cleaning: Athena
PH/ORP: They were both the same.
Attractiveness: You Decide!