- Products We Don't Sell & Why
Products We Don't Sell & Why
I'm listing out, in alphabetical order, the various products we don't sell, along with details of why we don't sell them.
AirWaterLife Water Ionizers
These water ionizers are made in China, and from our testing we can see they do not get quite as good results as our other, similarly-priced, water ionizers. The AirWaterLife machines are also made of cheap materials in our opinion.
I used to sell the Alka Pod, but once I started testiing all of my products vigorously I found that the Alka Pod was barely functional as a portable water ionizer. The only thing it had going for it was the fact it was stainless steel and had all-natural filter media. However it simply did very little to ionize the water and it took a far longer time to let it sit in the container [shaking it periodically] than what the advertising lead you to believe.
Ayana Water Ionizers
Ayana is a Canadian company importing their water ionizers from Taiwan. They're a new company with a new brand. We considered selling them, but after extensive testing we were unhappy with the results.
Bawell Water Ionizers
These water ionizers are made in China and from our testing and it's not clear where exactly these water ionizers are made in China, as no manufacturer is divulged. We can see they do not get very good results.
All of my testing of bottled water shows it to be inferior to filtered, ionized and even tap water. See my full page devoted to Analyzing & Comparing Bottled Water.
Don't buy ionized water in bottles either. We don't recommend you buy ionized water to store in bottles and drink in a day or two. It loses its properties pretty quickly especially if stored in plastic and should be drunk fresh or within a day of pouring if you store it in vacuum stainless bottles.
Chinese Water Ionizers
There is not sufficient quality control in China mainland. Because the quality of Chinese electronics, workmanship, materials, platinum, titanium, and filter material are not necessarily reliable we don't recommend Chinese water ionizers of any brand. See more.
Commercial Water Ionizers
We actually do carry US-manufactured commercial water ionizers, but they're not very popular. They start at about $8,000 and go on up to over $20,000 and include only a one-year warranty. These are custom-made, compound systems, with various parts that will need regular maintenance and/or replacement. Because they require a big cash outlay, the perception is that they are not cost effective, however they can produce a hundred gallons per day and if you make a lot of sales they certainly can be cost effective in reality. They are custom-built and require a contract and wire-transfer to purchase. Contact us if you're interested.
Enagic [Kangen Water] Machines
The kangen water, just like ionized water from many other water ionizers, has great health benefits, but because of our extensive testing we don't regard them as the best. They are the most expensive, but that doesn't equate to best. From our testing we can see they are high-quality, with as good results as our other water ionizers for the most part, but the exclusivity clause in their contract disallows us to carry other brands. That is the main reason why Alkaline Water Plus does not sell Kangen water ionizers.
I have tested several brands of hydrogen sticks, which sell for up to $70 each and have found them to be nearly worthless. You can see all of my testing here on this page.
KYK Water Ionizers
We used to sell KYK water ionizers mainly because the author of the book "Water for Life" and an influencial scientist & medical doctor in Korea invented the KYK water ionizers originally. Over the years the company and products became corrupted. Too many people were importing KYK water ionizers under various names, such as Water for Life, Ionquench, and KYK and most were going out of business. Frankly the KYK water ionizers didn't do as well as Jupiter water ionizers, Chanson water ionizers, Nexus water ionizers or even Tyent water ionizers, and I was not personally enthusiastic about selling them. The filter-ports were difficult to work with, because of a tiny wire that had to be re-connected by hand each time you changed the filter. When the importers, one after the other, became unstable, I decided to no longer sell the KYK water ionizers.
Life Water Ionizers
We do not trust the Life Ionizers company and therefore do not trust their products. Read more about why. Also, we recently tested one of their new, "advanced" water ionizers, the M7, and found it to be inferior to most water ionizers I've ever tested.
Real Spirit USA Water Ionizers
This is the company that makes Aqua Ionizer Deluxe, or Alive water ionizrs. See the AirWaterLife section, above, or see "Chinese Water Ionizers" for reasons why we don't sell Real Spirit, AirWaterLife,
Tyent Water Ionizers
We used to sell Tyent, and their ionizers were not bad, but had objections to a few things that Tyent did. For instance they were constantly increasing the number of plates and watts of power to their plates. We feel this practice is potentially unsafe, but also we were surprised at the lack of improvement to the pH and ORP of the ionized water these "powerful" ionizers were able to do. They were supposedly powerful water ionizers, but in reality were about average in their ability to ionize. Even the 11-plate MMP11 didn't do better in my testing than the original Tyent 7070 water ionizer. In other words, BIGGER was not BETTER. We also objected to their "Water Ionizer of the Year" awards, which are phony, and their many fake water ionizer review sites. Read more.