Avalon A5 Water Cooler Dispenser
The Avalon A5 Water Cooler Dispenser is a stainless steel water dispenser that is bottle-less and self-cleaning. It offers both steaming hot and icy cold water, as well as water that is at room temperature. An NSF-certified activated carbon filter (model A5FILTER) and a sediment filter (model A5FILTER) are included in this A5 bottle-less water cooler, as well as a water line that may be connected to the water supply. The filters are said to remove chlorine, lead, rust, and bacteria from water, according to the manufacturer. This bottle-less dispenser is popular among users since it is simple to set up and delivers water at three different temperatures. However, a few individuals have mentioned that after a while, the hot water feature stopped working.
Avalon A5 Self Cleaning Bottleless Water Cooler Dispenser features and important details.
- Comes with an installation kit and detailed instructions and illustrations on how to install it.
- Operates a dual filtration system, and two filters - sediment and carbon block filters are included.
- It is self-cleaning and does not require additional water bottles.
- Can dispense water in three temperatures - hot, cool and cold.
- Built with nightlight, replace filter indicator and child safety lock on the hot water spout.
We've curated some of most helpful comments and reviews from people all over the world. Read what they had to say:.
“It was so easy to install, it literally took just a couple of minutes. The best part is that this is finally a water dispenser that the baby cannot reach. The buttons to dispense the water is on the top of the cooler, not at baby standing level. A great feature this dispenser has over others is that there is a room temp option. Also a great feature is that the hot water dispenser has a child lock so even if the baby were to climb onto a chair, he cannot burn himself. No more water bottle deliveries or lifting the heavy bottles to replace the empty one. There is a self-cleaning feature which keeps any bacteria from growing. It is a very easy to use feature. There is also a built in filter which filters out lead, chlorine, and rust. This is such a pretty and sleek dispenser too!” — Esther
“I have had this product for 3 plus weeks now. Had a bit of a cleansing taste to the water when I first tried it. Just goes to prove that they use a cleaning solution when they assemble the machine. Machine was a little noisy on my hardwood floors, resolved that issue with a rubber mat, which I cut to fit, noise problem resolved. So far no issues, machine works as advertised, water is still being produced at the required levels, cold is still very cold, as I’m continuously filling my personal water bottle. Hot water is perfect for making Tea and Hot Chocolate. I gave it a 4 Star Rating and that’s because of the noise level, yet that was resolved with a rubber mat. Perhaps they could look at adding rubber molding in the corners to help dampen the noise, for future production. Otherwise excellent machine, good value for the dollar. Setup was a breeze, all you need is a little mechanical aptitude, I tapped into my water line in the basement, my cold water going to my kitchen sink. I just went to Home Hardware for my plumbing needs, they provide you with the materials to plumb under your sink, or off of your fridge water line.” — Robert
“The hot water flow stream has become so slow that it’s not worth using. I am using the room temperature water and boiling for my tea. I purchased Avalon bottleless water dispenser thinking it would be beneficial to have both hot and cold filtered water instantly. I have had this product for four months now and I really miss the clean taste of the bottled water I used to buy from a local water store. After installing the unit first thing I noticed was the taste of the water. It simply tasted like I was drinking regular tap water. I figured it’s only been a week and that I should give it some time for the filters to work properly. Forward four months and I am still getting the same tap water taste, hard water stains and the residue on the surface of coffee or tea. At this point, I think I have wasted over $250 for a product that dispenses regular tap water. I believe I would be better off investing a little more and to have a unit that worked properly.” — Girart