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My New Baby In The Kitchen

Yesterday I went to an electrical shop to get a table fan but ended up spending more than I ever expected to....  Alright... not that it is unexpected.... actually all these while, I wanted to get a good  water filter, something like Coway, Cosway, Amway, Elken, Diamond, Kangen....etc etc....

Eventually, I ended up buying this brand.... 
Not so sure effective or not...
While the others cost few thousands of ringgit, 
this one only cost RM138 monthly x 12 .... LOL... 
The men in action.... 
Supposed to DIY, but knowing myself, I sure cannot get that done...
Within five to ten minutes, they were done...
Testing, testing.... 
Make sure it is working properly before leaving... 
And also giving me proper instructions on how to use...
My New Baby in the Kitchen... 
I can keep my electrical kettle now...
Just press whatever water I need... purified, acidic and alkali....
 How effective it is, yet to be seen.... 
hmmmm....


Comments

  1. Good I think, the trusted brand. I, for one is a great fan of Panasonic poducts. Hope your new baby is doing its work well.

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  2. I can't help but notice that your kitchen is so clean. The counter top is not cluttered at all.

    I do not own this type of "canggih" water filter that requires electricity. I just own the basic Panasonic type of filter that does not require electricity. What make you decide on using this type?

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  3. Nice. Good to have something like that. Removes the harmful chlorine - but don't fill bottles and keep for a long time - no chlorine anymore to keep the water free from germs...

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  4. Kathy: too many aso pening but this one is very simple...


    Irene: i hope so too :)

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  5. Mun: i heard of many direct sales water filter but they are expensive... So i thought this one is affordable... And same time alkali water, so i buy lo...


    Stp: oh..that means must drink up daily? I thought of filling up for my girl to take back to college..

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  6. Sounds good, quite cheap too but what about maintenance? expensive?

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  7. oh, good and convenient!! just fill in water from the filter directly into your glass.. ah, alkaline water, heard it's good!! but don't go for acidic lah, you have had enough food that makes your body acidic, more alkaline to neutralize please~~ :p

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  8. I just got a water purifier, but it is the kind that hooks onto your faucet, for clan drinking water. I think I may study about yours, I have never seen any around here so it may be hard to get. But you have to pay each month?

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  9. We do that too for my girl but we do not have much choice - there's no clean water there. The rain water's yellow in colour like tea. She has a boiler though - just pour in, switch on and the water will boil...and it will keep the water warm at all times.

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  10. elin: hope so!


    ken: one filter cost around RM200 plus..

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  11. sk: yes, with all the outside food, i hope this one can help to neutralize..


    lexie: Panasonic!

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  12. ginny: Panasonic is a japanese brand.. yes, you can pay in one lump sum.


    stp: I also thought of that.. put in 5 litres of water and it can last her few days... but as you said, they might not be too good to keep them longer, right? I will read the manual book later.. :)

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  13. If for me, i also do not know how to DIY, sure get the men to do to play safe...

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  14. wow so now your water is a lot cleaner? haha

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  15. Sharon: yeah... same same here.. :)


    henry: hahaha... benefit of the doubt..hahaha

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  16. Oohh...that's nice.

    The water must be sweeter now.

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  17. We have something similar at home too!
    Quite good la, we drink water everyday, so must make sure the water is clean and safe enough!

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  18. ling: should be sweeter... hahaha...


    hayley: people are getting more health conscious now.. siyeh too! hahaha...

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  19. It can boil water? Now it is easier around the kitchen.

    I used Amway filter before. Very good but costly. Now I am using Cosway. No electricity needed.

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  20. Rose: No boiling water.. just filtered water.... alkali...acidic and purified... yes, I heard cosway is also not bad.. but need to boil..

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  21. last time we had one. We just drank the alkaline water. Now I use Amway.

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  22. wenn: Amway is also not bad.. more expensive.. more filters..

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  23. Whoa! So many functions and that is good & easy! Alkaline water will flush out all the acid and cancer toxics from your body. Good buy and health is wealth!

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  24. use coway lah.good and convenient,three types of water,hot ,room and cold

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