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From the replacement cartridge, that is about half the price of buying the 5 gallon RO water. You can get 20 gallons for 20 bucks. So add a buck to that for 40 gallons to pay for the unit, and that's not bad,

if it is easy, and works like it is supposed to, and you do get RO water out of the unit and cartridge. You would have to know the PH, TDS, check for metals, chlorine, etc, against 4 stage filtered RO water.

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For the price of buying the unit twice (or one API unit and two cartridges), you could have a 4 stage RO unit and pay ~$5 per filter.

 

If you only have a nano tank, the API unit could be worth while.  If you have MTS like several of us, a RO unit may be the way to go.  Just depends on how much water you need to produce on a constant basis.

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Yea like soothing said best to invest in the RO. You will want and will buy more tanks. Best to do it right the first time or you'll end up buying both and end up buying the other anyways. Some things you can cut corners I feel getting pure water that is easy and cost effective is worth the initial investment.

-Chris

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