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Frizzlife Under Sink Water Filter
Our Rating: 4 Drops
Automatic shutoff valve- Equipped with an automated shut-off switch, the filter cap is designed to eliminate the need to shut your water inlet off while you change your filter cartridge.
Hassle-Free “Quick Twist” installation- It takes less than 3 minutes to mount the device or remove the filter cartridge.
Environmentally Friendly- Instead of throwing away the entire plastic component with every filter change, this system utilizes a core filter cartridge within the casing. You only need to remove the core element of the filter cartridge, helping to protect the environment while saving money on cartridge replacements.
Our Take on the Frizzlife Under-sink Quick Change:
This filter system by Frizzlife was well packaged and included an easy to read manual. Our concerns about the automatic shut-off valve were quickly alleviated upon install, remaining leak-free from start to finish.Perhaps the toughest part of the installation was modifying our test sink to accept the beautiful stainless-steel drinking water faucet (included). The faucet brought new-life and charm to the otherwise basic sink and really looks amazing.
While the manufacturer is proposing to flush the water filter for 5 minutes, we found that water cleared in just over 2 minutes.
Of our our recent Under sink water filter reviews, this one really stands out. We give Frizzlife Quick Change 4 out of 5 drops!
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What kind of water-filter do I need?
To remove contaminants most household systems, utilize a combination of carbon and a fine filter. Contaminants become trapped on the surface or in the holes of the filter, passing the clean water through to the tap. Typically, the water going into Reverse Osmosis systems will be pretreated by these filters before being irradiated with UV.
When choosing the best water filter to suit your needs, determine your needs and desired outcome.
For example, is it to remove the chlorine taste, filter out heavy metals, or screen out silt?
To meet the varied needs of the typical consumer, a variety of affordable filters are made. These include refrigerator filters, faucet mounted filters, pitchers, under sink filters, and showerhead filters.
It’s important to understand not all filters are equivalent in form or functionality, however there are standard ratings across all certified water filters, and that will help you choose which filter may be best for you.
- NSF/ANSI Standard 42-
Represents filters that transform the water by reducing contaminants like silt but may leave more harmful contaminates behind.
- NSF/ANSI Standard 53-
These filters reduce contaminants that may be detrimental to your health by catching smaller particulates than Standard 42 filters.
- NSF/ANSI Standard 58-
Reverse Osmosis Certified Systems carry this certification.
- NSF/ANSI Standard 177:
Standard 177 means it removes chlorine and is often assigned to showerhead filter systems.
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