Waterdrop D6 RO has an advanced pump and RO membrane to ensure instant filtration that no traditional RO system can achieve. You should allow some time for the pump to activate after the faucet is turned on.
WD-D6-B, 600 GPD Fast Flow, Tankless, 1.5:1 Drain Ratio, Smart LED Faucet, Reduce TDS, USA Tech Support
This system is great!!! U really can’t put a price on truly clean drinking/cooking water for your family. There’s no telling what’s all in the tap water these days. I can tell u this I tested a glass prior & after the installation and there was a definite difference according to my test strips not to mention the flavor. Installation is pretty straight forward no need to call a professional. Even the dog is happy with his water.!.!.!.
Love how much water it saves compared to others & how I can maintain it myself
We are really loving this Waterdrop RO system. We installed it in our basement kitchen, which is adjacent to the kids’ playroom and also our grow room for our hydroponic veggies. So, we were excited to have purified water for us to drink as well as provide better quality water for our plants. Installation was easy and the instructions were clear; it took my husband a solid hour, maybe a little more. We removed our existing sink sprayer and it fit well in that hole. It includes all you need for installation, including the filter. Speaking of, the replacement filter is about $100, but it only needs to be changed about once a year. I feel like a hundred bucks a year is so much cheaper than buying purified bottled water; and worth it to avoid drinking contaminants in our tap water, so I’m fine with that cost. The faucet is a nice design, and the finish is smooth. Operation is simple and is very quiet. You can fill a cup in about 8 seconds; takes about a minute for a half-gallon. The system fit well under the sink. And the water tastes great! Overall we are extremely satisfied with this high quality and high performing product. Five stars!
We are big fans of Waterdrop. Reverse osmosis is by far the best way to filter water. So, this is a seriously great way to get clean, drinkable water.The only downside is that the faucet is a bit slow so it takes some time to fill things up.The replacement filters aren't too expensive when you consider that one filter can last up to a year.Realistically...we are thinking that we may want a system that does the whole house.
Noise: This unit does product noise while being used, but with cabinet doors shut it is not loud. I only hear it when getting water late at night. Definitely not bad and not an issue for me.Water quality: I compared TDS with my Apera TDS meter and the faucet reading is accurate or within an acceptable margin. Since this is tankless, if you don't use the ro system for a few hours, it takes 10-30 seconds to clear out the standing water and lower TDS. My tap TDS is 400-750TDS depending on heat (Phoenix AZ). This unit brings my TDS down to 20-40.Water waste: The reason I replaced my G2 GPD600 is the fact that this unit wastes less water. 1.5 to 1 is excellent for tankless.Filter: 1 filter replacement? Wow how convenient. With that said I am still on the fence. Different types of filtration clog quicker than others. The G2 has 2 filters. A 1 year filter and a 2 year filter. The short lived filter is cheap to replace. With this unit, there is one filter and it is expensive. The large particle filters will wear out faster that the rest, so combining them all may be wasteful. I am not sure, and this is just speculation.Installation: Since I was replacing an existing WaterDrop tankless system, install was only a few minutes. Same easy installation applies. This unit is smaller than the G2 GPD600, although, not by a huge margin.This is a quality unit. If you want more info about installation, look at the G2 GPD600 product page.