Waterdrop, one of the best-selling brands of water purification systems on Amazon, launched their most advanced product, the Waterdrop M5 Countertop Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System in September. The product made its debut on Amazon and became an instant sensation in the water purification industry. This revolutionary new system redefines water purification and aims to deliver the highest quality of water possible to consumers’ homes.
Founded in 2015, Waterdrop provides high quality products and water filtration system systems to people all over the world. Many Waterdrop products have been tested and verified by the Waterdrop research team. They also have multiple certifications, including NSF, CSA, WQA, UPC, WARS, UL, and FCC. Waterdrop sources raw materials in accordance with high water purification industry standards. Each product undergoes vetting by a team of experts that ensures it meets these standards by researching ingredients, auditing all sourcing practices, and testing every product feature.
A Superior Water Purification Experience
The company’s latest release, the ground-breaking M5 RO system, is designed with advanced American technology and includes a five-stage filtration system, including two layers of sediment PP membrane, premium carbon block, DOW RO membrane, and post-activated carbon block layer. With these elements, the system is designed to remove over 1,000 harmful substances, including but not limited to chlorine, lead, sand, rust, particulates, TDS, and other heavy metals. It can also remove any particles that contribute to bad taste and odor, delivering its best tasting water yet.
Exceptionally Smart & Safe Design
Filtered water in the M5 Countertop RO system is contained in its 80 oz. water pitcher, made of Tritan material that is BPA-free, ensuring a clean, safe, and healthy water purification experience. This portable water pitcher is easy to carry around the house. The pitcher can also be rotated 180 degrees, making it easy to use and pour at different angles. In addition, the all-in-one filter is easy to switch out, and works to last one year, costing far less than older models. The system does not need a water pump or electricity, creating a simple installation experience with an exceptionally low noise level.
Extended Filter Life
The countertop reverse osmosis system adopts a cutting-edge, all-in-one filter to provide superior filtration for 12 months, or up to 550 gallons of filtered water. This in turn saves customers more on buying additional filters more often. When it becomes necessary to change the filter, customers will be pleased to find a simple process that takes only three seconds.
Where to Purchase & Availability
The Waterdrop M5 Countertop Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System is one of a kind in its certification, design, and user experience. It is currently available for purchase here and on Amazon’s marketplace. Waterdrop also has a distributor and dropship program. Click here to learn more about these programs.
Many customers have already benefitted from using the new M5 countertop system. The filtration performance along with its energy-saving, safe features make it a must-have in any home that is looking to purify their tap water. With the world staying at home more amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, now is a better time than any to make small changes in your home to improve your quality of life.
More Information About Reverse Osmosis and FAQs:
What is Reverse Osmosis?
Reverse osmosis is a process that removes contaminants from unfiltered or feed water, using pressure to force it through a semipermeable membrane.
A RO membrane is a type of biological or synthetic membrane that allows certain molecules or ions to pass through it in osmosis.
How does a Reverse Osmosis (RO) water filter system work?
RO water filter systems are best for removing harmful contaminants such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), arsenic and other heavy metals, chlorine, and sediments. RO uses a partially permeable membrane to remove ions, unwanted molecules, and larger particles from drinking water.
RO systems have multiple stages of filtration controlled by different forms of filters.The RO membrane specializes in removing dissolved particles normally missed by other filters to provide clean drinking water.
What does RO remove from tap water?
RO will remove up to 99%+ of the dissolved salts (ions), particles, colloids, organics, bacteria, and pyrogens from feed water.
Reverse osmosis vs. bottled water
RO water is still a far better option than bottled water, which is not quite as healthy as some people believe it to be. Most of the bottled water in the United States has serious contamination issues and is sometimes even less regulated than unfiltered tap water.
One of the most controversial chemicals in these bottles is BPA, which is linked to these potential health effects:
- Hormone disruption
- Behavioral issues
- Possible increased cancer risk
- Potential heart issues
Waterdrop’s Sustainability Commitment: The Environmental Impact of RO vs. Bottled Water
Aside from the financial cost of consuming bottled water, the real cost takes a massive toll on the environment. Globally, only one out of every five plastic bottles get recycled. The remainder end up in landfills or the ocean, further polluting the ocean and causing harm to fish and other animals.
The magazine Science studied the more than 8 million tons of plastic bottles in the sea each year and estimated that by the year 2050, there will be more plastic than fishes in the sea. In the United States alone, manufacturers use more than 1.5 million barrels of oil to produce plastic bottles.
Another reason to use a water filter system like reverse osmosis is that they do not use any electricity. They rely solely on a home’s water pressure to force the tap water supply through a series of membranes and produce far less waste than water bottles.
In partnership with the Water Project, Waterdrop launched the Water4Smile program to provide clean water for needy children in sub-Saharan Africa. In addition to clean drinking water, Waterdrop provided two school-based water solutions, including hygiene and sanitation education, construction of six new latrines, and installation of two hand-washing stations. The project has helped serve approximately 5,500 students and will continue to work tirelessly until everyone has access to clean water.
Waterdrop will continue putting effort and resources into its R&D division, using innovation to bring fresh water that is socially equitable, environmentally sustainable, and economically beneficial.