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Coralife Pure-Flo II - 24 gallon-per-day RO system Featured

 
Pure-Flo II RO Units 24 gpd 3-stage by Coralife. Produce pure water from chlorinated or non-chlorinatedsource water


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Installation and Operation The installation of this product for me was very simple, almost a plug and play.
I like how it came with an adapter to hook up directly to your faucet on your sink or came with a second adapter to hook up straight to a hose bib/ water hose. The operation is quite simple in my opinion.


Performance vs. Expectations I have yet to see 24 gallons per day. when I want to fill a 6 gallon water jug, you would think a gallon/ hour equals 6 hours for a 6 gallon jug to fill...
2. Very small and convenient for me since I don't want to mount underneath my sink.
3. pretty much is portable so I can drop it off at a buddy's house for a couple of days


Value for money This is a fair priced piece of equipment


Customer Support N/A


Liked about it Here are a few things I liked about this product.
Very small and convenient for me since I don't want to mount underneath my sink.
Pretty much is portable so I can drop it off at a buddy's house for a couple of days


Didn't like The only thing I don't like about this product is that the adapter to hook up to a sink faucet is plastic.
I used this product one time inside the house and that's it. The darn adapter would pop off the faucet and start spraying everywhere.


Overall rating:
 
4.0
Overall satisfaction:
 
4.0
Would consider buying it again:
 
4.0

By 9erNation
Apr 22, 2010
 
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Spend $40 more for the 4 stage 50 GPD RO/DI from Coralife

Installation and Operation Operating is easy, make sure you soak the membrane for 10 min first, makes the unit run smoother and less likely to break seals due to initial pressure of pushing water through a dry membrane.

Plug and play


Performance vs. Expectations 24 GPD is very slow. Drips of water will come out the clean end, just understand the unit is labeled properly


Value for money Terrible build quality. The frame is cheap and the cylinders are held together by small, threaded pvc, that the smallest amount of torque will snap completely. This means when you have to change those filters, and twist the covers off. Good luck.

I had a huge leak in mine, I upgraded to the 50 GPD ro/di for this reason. In the 50 GPD they got rid of these connections and use the plastics tubes between cylinders. This method also means access to each piece is easy.


Customer Support Did not contact, returned broken unit to fish store


Liked about it Upgrade to the 4 stage. Its $50 additionally well spent, which gets a 5/5 from me.


Didn't like Build quality. Connection between cyclinders.


Overall rating:
 
2.5
Overall satisfaction:
 
3.5
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1.5

By p3nguin
Jul 27, 2010
 
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Great water for the money

General An affordable unit to make water with not a whole lot of waste. Im not sure what the product to waste ratio is, but its not too bad. Its a good sturdy unit that makes RO water fairly simple.


Liked about it Easy to setup
Comes pretty much ready to go
Has a few fittings in the box


Didn't like Doesnt have the fittings you want
Instructions arent the best


Overall rating:
 
5.0
Overall satisfaction:
 
5.0
Would consider buying it again:
 
5.0

By fihsboy
Jul 16, 2009
 
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