You can count on the details of my water ionizer comparisons as well as my reviews to be accurate, with no hype or deception. I encourage you to read this entire water ionizer comparisons page, rather than just skim it. The 5 minutes it takes you to do that may save you hours of time later. And keep in mind it took me years to compile.
In this modern age, over 80% of consumers research a product online before making a purchase. Some unscrupulous vendors of water ionizer machines have taken advantage of this fact by posting fake reviews that have either been written by themselves or by others who have been paid to write favorable reviews. Some have even gone so far as to issue themselves made-up awards and certifications. While I have no issue with someone posting their opinions about the products they sell, I feel the practice of doing so under a false name or hiding one’s identity can be misleading and is disingenuous.
Some other sites focus on certain physical features of their water ionizers, such as the number of electrode plates each contain. Focusing on physical aspects is another way of misleading customers. The “bigger is better” theory has been dis-proven with respect to electronics many years ago. Bigger and more does not equate to being better when it comes to water alkalizers. While it is true that frequently, those water ionizers with more plates do process the water faster, this doesn’t necessarily make for a better product. My testing demonstrates this.
I believe that real, hands-on testing and analysis of the various features of each water ionizer is vital. I’ve taken the time to perform the testing myself, and am not afraid to publish the results, even if it means that the machines I sell don’t come out on top for a particular test.
All of the components of a water ionizer work together. In many cases, I’ve found that certain five-plate water ionizers get better results than a 7, 9, 11 or even 13-plate one. I have found this through years of comparison testing of the whole design, including the water cell, filtration, internal cleaning, and flow-rate. The water ionizers on the above chart are rated for overall performance on point # 15.