View Full Version : What's the best shower filter?
12-30-2007, 05:02 PM
My husband wants to buy me a new water filter as a belated Christmas gift. :D
Which one do you recommend the most?
12-30-2007, 11:54 PM
The best one is supposed to be Wellness but they are really expensive (around 300$)
If you want one for the shower, there are lots of good ones you can get online that will last for 2 years that are around 30 to 50$.
I got one on Ebay for like 30$ and works great - mostly just takes out chlorine.
I want to get a water softener/filter next though.
12-31-2007, 12:38 AM
Thanks, queenfluff. Actually my husband decided he will get me the Wellness filter. I'm so excited!!!
What I"m wondering is this...does the shower filter filter the same way their kitchen drinking water filters? If so, maybe I can fill up my water bottles from the shower head and save moeny on bottled water. Sounds silly perhaps, but if it's high quality water, then why not? If anyone knows the answer, do tell!!
12-31-2007, 08:21 AM
I have to tell you that we are so very happy with both the shower filter and the kitchen water filter from Wellness. This water is beyond excellent. Not only does it filter out all the unwanted pollutants it also places the minerals back in the water! It is well worth the investment AND their customer service is AWESOME! I had their kitchen filter for almost one year when I went to change the filter cartridges and noticed that the housing was cracked underneath. I called them and they sent me a brand new unit with new filter cartridges and paid for the old unit to be shipped back with only five days left on the warranty, no questions asked. This company is awesome. Hope you enjoy your new Wellness shower filter, I know your skin will :D .
12-31-2007, 08:26 AM
Oh, I forgot to let you know that the shower filter will not filter out as much as the kitchen filter because of the single cartridge vs the kitchen's three and the volume of water passing through might be an issue. It is also designed differently; the kitchen has a solid carbon block and the shower filter has only a crushed layer of carbon. Check out the Wellness website; it might have some information on exactly what the shower unit filters vs. the kitchen unit.
Hope that helps ;)
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