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Structured Water
updated: Jan 18, 2013, 11:16 AM

By Edhat Subscriber

I'm thinking of installing a whole house "structured water" unit. Anyone have experience with these, and if they really do what they claim with providing clean and soft water? Are they worth the price?

Comments in order of when they were received | (reverse order)

 COMMENT 364902 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-18 12:16 PM

Do you really believe a water molecule can have an individual mandate to protect life or to do anything? Save your money.


 COMMENT 364929 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-18 01:45 PM

do yourself a favor and do some research on it. it's totally bogus pseudoscience. don't waste your money.


 COMMENT 364959 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-18 02:41 PM

Try standing in the rain. I think rain is structured by the defenition of the junk science I found on line and rain is a lot cheaper


 YIN YANG agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-18 03:53 PM

"structured water" was an interesting Google! Hadn't heard of *this* junk science.


 COMMENT 365026P agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-18 04:26 PM

People, all he wanted was an answer, not to be made to look like a fool. Dial it down a little would ya.


 COMMENT 365036P agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-18 04:46 PM

My husband was the water treatment specialist at Raytheon and scoffed at this. Reverse Osmosis (RO) is the best way to go for drinking water. A water softener with salt or potassium is the best way to soften water.


 COMMENT 365040 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-18 04:49 PM

Before I make a major purchase, I do a lot of reading on The Internets. One forum I use is FatWallet. I also wait and see what peer reviews have to say about a new product or service. They can be skewed but it's still a way to somewhat gauge the sit-chee-a-shun. When it comes to my money, the last people I'd ever give the time of day to are salespeople and pointy-headed academics.


 COMMENT 365211 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-19 08:44 AM


This is an interesting website which covers a number of water schemes.

I'd say save your money.


 COMMENT 365661 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-20 06:27 PM

There is an Ice Sculptor in town who can craft structured water in any form you request, though it will become un structured at room temperature.


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