Is there a guarantee on the water system, that it makes Fluoride essentially obsolete/no longer harmful? Or do we have to get the Fluoride filter?
The Aqua Energizer does not claim to remove fluoride. If you want to physically remove fluoride you will want to purchase a chemistry-based filter that reduces fluoride.
The Fluoride filter states that it lasts for up to 6 months; is this typical for people who use it for all drinking and cooking water? How can we check to see when the filter needs replacing?
Six months is an estimate and it can vary depending on how toxic your water is and how much you use.
For the Best Water Filter Ever, if you would rather change your filter based on something other than time, then taste is a good indicator. When you install your filter you are likely to notice how much you enjoy the taste. When this diminishes, it is a good indicator that it is time to replace your filter.
If you’d like a more scientific way to measure the longevity of your filter, you may want to purchase home testing equipment. An easy and inexpensive option is chlorine reagent drops.
How long does the water stay ‘structured’? And is it affected when it’s then put through a filter (like a Fluoride filter)?
This article answers your questions about how long structured water stays structured and what can affect structuring. Many of our customers complement a whole house device with the Best Water Filter Ever and other chemistry-based filters and love the combination.
Can I get a list of all the things that the structured water system ‘kills’ or makes unharmful?
We currently have a TDI filter that we can check and love it but are trying to get away from buying filters and would essentially like a solution that gives us what we have, plus structured water.
If you want to remove toxins, then we recommend having a chemistry-based filter. You can read more of our thoughts on which chemistry-based filters we love and why, and also how we feel about whole house vs under sink filters and why a structured water device is essential in this blog.