The Amway eSpring 10-0188 is part of the water filter
test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, water filter
models like the eSpring 10-0188 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.
Lead removal indicates the percentage of lead that was removed by each filter.
Chloroform removal rates the percentage of chloroform removed. A filter's ability to remove chloroform predicts how well it will remove organic compounds as well as byproducts created by disinfectants used by water systems.
Flow rate is how fast a gallon of water filtered through the cartridge. The criteria for flow rate scores differ between different types of filters. Faucet-mount, countertop, and undersink models have the same criterion; carafes and reverse osmosis models each have their own.
About This Brand
The company's e-Spring countertop filters—which treat water with ultraviolet-light technology—are sold through Amway dealers. The countertop model is priced at about $600.
Features & Specs - Amway eSpring 10-0188
Filter cost Filter cost per year is based on claimed cartridge life span. For certain reverse osmosis units, professional service (PS) is recommended by the manufacturer. The filter cost/yr. for the reverse osmosis units does not include the osmotic membrane which typically lasts at least two years
Filter-life indicator Filter-life indicator shows models with this feature.
This purifier has a very good performance. The taste of the water is excellent.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
from Jersey City, NJ
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Removes 140 Contaminants
You can not have better option in terms of convenience, per use cost, quality and taste. It is the best selling water treatment system in the World for a reason. If you can afford all the expensive electronic gadgets, you can definitely afford it. It is really economical than any other water available. Everone must have it.