Aquasana 3-Stage Water Filter System
Aquasana 3-Stage Water Filter System is NSF certified water filter with a capacity of 800 gallons.
Aquasana 3-Stage Water Filter System can filter 800 gallons of water before a replacement filter is needed. People like this water filter and many of them have been using it for a long time without complaints. They say that it is easy to install and the water tastes great.
Aquasana 3-Stage Max Flow Claryum Under Sink Water Filter System features and important details.
- Aquasana 3-Stage Water Filter System is easy to install and lasts for around 6 months or 800 gallons of filtered water.
- Aquasana 3-Stage Water Filter System is certified to NSF standards 42, 53, and 401.
- Aquasana 3-Stage Water Filter System reduces chlorine, lead, mercury, asbestos, pesticides, chloramines, etc.
We've curated some of the most helpful comments and reviews from people all over the world. Read what they had to say:
“Looks good, water tastes great and is colder than the cold in the tap and I can save money by refilling my own sport bottles. Success!” — Lisa
“Several months later, we're still happy. It's been well worth the initial expense and installation. It will be interesting to see how long the filters last, given our heavy use of them. But even with their relatively high cost, I calculated we're saving about 50 percent on per-gallon costs (10 cents/gallon vs. 22 cents) and we're getting our water about 10 times faster (1-1/2 minutes per gallon vs. 14.5 minutes).” — Samuel
“I installed my AQ-5300+.55 six months ago, and today I replaced the filters for the first time. I’m a moderately handy person, and I’ve had no leaks at all. The system just works. For my municipal water supply, which has occasional sediment problems and often tastes metallic or slightly chemical, the filtered water from this system is a vast improvement. In my experience, it’s better than bottled water, and better than the Brita filters we used for years. The flow rate is fast enough to not feel like it’s taking forever to fill a glass or a water bottle. We also fill up a pitcher from the filter spigot and keep it in the fridge for really cold water in a hurry. We’ve been very satisfied.” — Chris