This water ionizer comparisons chart and page has been compiled from years of research and dedication to finding and comparing the top water ionizers. The water ionizer comparisons chart, below, contains accurate information about dozens of features of the most popular brands of water ionizers.
I purchased my first water ionizer 2 decades ago, and it was so life-changing that after retiring from teaching in 2007 I decided to sell water ionizers and educate the public about them. Accurate information about different water ionizer machines was difficult to find back then, and this is still true today.
Honest water ionizer comparisons are difficult to find. Many sites may boast water ionizer machine reviews, but on closer inspection, they are clearly biased and contain inaccuracies. Some sites look very objective, but are secretly owned. My water ionizer reviews pages exposes many of them and shows you how to spot them for yourself. Alkaine water ionizers reviews are no different than any other product reviews. You do have to learn how to watch out for sales tricks in anything you buy, and my review pages does a great job of exposing them.
My effort is to provide you with water ionizer information and answers to every imaginable question about alkaline water machines in a compact, easy-to-use format so that you can find the information you need readily and in one location. I keep track of water ionizers compared in every way, right on down to specific details, such as flow-rate and quality of filtration. My hope is that this will help you with the decision to find a water ionizer machine that is right for you – even if it isn’t one that I sell. No one should be denied the tremendous benefits of alkaline water simply because they couldn’t find the information they needed to make an informed decision.
How is this Water Ionizer Comparison Chart different than the reviews on other water ionizer sites?
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. I’ve seen it for myself, many times, that this theory just doesn’t prove itself when testing and comparing water ionizers. 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.
There are several top water ionizers that have only 5 plates. How is this possible? It is an engineering feat that water alkalizers perform their functions. They split the water, ionize it, transform it, all as quickly as you can hold your glass under the water ionizer’s spout. The engineers who design the plates also design the water cell [the structure that holds the plates, controls the flow, cleans the plates, distributes the electricity, etc.] Each of these components, working together, make or break the ability of a water alkalizer to alkalize and ionize the water.
All of these components must be tested to determine which water ionizer comes out on top. In many cases, I’ve found that certain five-plate water ionizers get better results than a 7, 9 or even 11-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 [except where noted], and certainly all that we sell, have gotten good results and will do a good job ionizing your water for you.
At Alkaline Water Plus,we give you the straight facts about the best and/or most popular alkaline water machines [water ionizers]. We sell a wide range of hand-picked exceptional alkaline water machines. We’ve compared the most popular and the best water ionizers in every conceivable way on this comprehensive water ionizer comparison page and also on our alkaline water ionizer reviews page. Alkaline Water Plus has taken the time to effectively and completely compare alkaline water machines and report the information we’ve discovered about the following water ionizers: Jupiter Melody, Athena, Delphi, and Venus water ionizers; Vesta GL water ionizer: Tyent 7070 Turbo, 9090 Turbo Extreme, and UCE 9000 water ionizers; Nexus water ionizers [The Nexus X-Blue, U-Blue and Smart], Chanson Miracle, Miracle Max and VS70 water ionizers, the KYK Generation II, the Real Spirit Aqua Ionizer Deluxe, the Bawell Fountain, and the Lifeionizer M7 and the Enagic Kangen Water Ionizer.