Multipure Aquaversa Carbon Block Under Sink Water Filter MP 750SB
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Amazon Price: $442.95 $442.95 (as of April 27, 2017 12:52 pm –
It would be a 5 if it came with a different faucet like the FCT-905-CH Tomlinson 905 from Freshwatersystems.com
54 people found this helpful.
I purchased this filter after doing a lot of research and I’m very happy with the overall quality of the unit. As a Quality Engineer I’m impressed with the construction of the filter housing and I also appreciate how easy it is to replace the filter cartridges. I would rate this a 5 except for the faucet that comes with it. Ours failed in less than 2 years and couldn’t be repaired so I was forced to replace it. I found out that the replacement part number advanced from MC650 to MC651 so I contacted Multipure to find out what changed. They said it’s the same construction, but now has no hexavalent chrome due to new regulations. (hexavalent chrome does not refer to the finish, you can still get a chrome MC651 faucet) I wasn’t about to purchase the same faucet so I surfed the internet and found a chrome FCT-905-CH Tomlinson 905 non-air gap, listed for $39.00 ($44.95 with S&H) at Freshwatersystems.com and bought it. First impressions are this is a much better facet than the MC651. It has a replaceable ceramic cartridge, the chrome finish is far superior to the Multipure, and it looks nicer. If I was purchasing the Multipure water filter today, I would try to buy it without the faucet and order the Tomlinson separately.
I drank the Kool-Aid . . . I mean the water
11 people found this helpful.
When researching under-counter water filters, I read that Multipure had a cult following. Not a small following. Rather, a following of incredibly devoted (and occasionally rabid) customers. (I raised my eyebrow in skepticism.)
Great price on an excellent filter
I purchased this product to replace an Amway water treatment system. The company no longer sold replacement filters for my water treatment system. I would have had to upgrade to a much higher price Amway system with a ultraviolet light and more expensive filters. I wanted a filter that didn’t remove the healthy minerals in the water. That meant reverse osmosis was not an option. This filter leaves the minerals and gives me great tasting water for less than half the price of the other option.
Loyal customer now
2 people found this helpful.
So far so good. Installation was easy according to my contractor. I did have to return the faucet as it was defective, but they were VERY helpful and even overnighted me a replacement. I’m sold on this company!
Excellent tasting water!
2 people found this helpful.
This unit was easy to install and takes up much less space than under sink multi-filter water filtration systems. All of the chemical taste in our city water is gone and we are left with water that tastes pure and clean.
One of the best water filters available for a reasonable price
79 people found this helpful.
After intensive research, I bought this under the sink water filter to reduce herbicides, and industrial solvents from getting into my body through our water.
My daughter was able to install it from the directions and online tutorial. It is operating well.
More Trusted for Purity and More Convenient
24 people found this helpful.
After living on a Western Washington farm with a 300′ deep well, then the outer reaches of Pacific Northwest coast, with a five home, community well, I and my family were accustomed to the taste of pure, untreated water. Visitors often commented they liked the water, even after we began to take it for granted.