Osmostar RO Water Filter System with Designer Odini Style Review

Osmostar RO Water Filter System with Designer Odini Style

Osmostar RO Water Filter System

If you’re looking for a water filter but don’t have a lot of extra space in your kitchen, the Osmostar RO Water Filter System with Designer Odini Style Faucet might be just what you’re looking for. This unit installs underneath the sink giving you more room on your countertop.

The RO in the name of this water filter stands for reverse osmosis, a process that involves forcing water through a mesh-like mass. The result is that the harmful articles remain on the other side of the mesh.

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The Osmostar RO Water Filter System truly can be called a smart system. It has its own computer that lets you know when to change the filter, and it keeps track of what your water quality is at all times. It also has an internal detector that will automatically shut the system down if a leak is discovered.

Our review will help you determine if the Osmostar RO Water Filter System is right for your lifestyle.

Features

  • 5-stage system
  • On-board computer
  • Designer Odini style faucet

 

Osmostar RO Water Filter System

5-Stage System

The Osmostar RO Water Filter System has five separate stages for the water to pass through on its way to clean drinking water. The first stage is a 5-micron sediment filter that attacks rust, silt, and other particles that affect the taste of water.

The second stage is a 5-micron carbon block filter to reduce chlorine and other similar contaminants. Stage 3 has a GAC filter that gives even greater reduction of chlorine and VOCs or volatile organic carbon compounds, which are mainly pesticides, industrial run-off, and similar poisons.

Stage 4 contains the RO membrane, that mesh-like mass that blocks chromium, copper, lead, and arsenic. This is also where cysts like giardia that causes diarrhea, vomiting, and headaches get attacked and removed.

You find an alkaline post filter in stage 5 that puts back the good minerals, like magnesium and calcium, into the water. It also increases the water to a proper alkaline level.

On-board Computer

This feature truly lets you set it and forget it. It relieves you of having to guess when the filter needs changing, and that saves you wasting money buying an unneeded filter change. The Osmostar RO Water Filter System computer also monitors the water quality so that you always have great tasting water.

Osmostar RO Water Filter System

Designer Odini Style Faucet

This model of faucet comes in either chrome or brushed nickel finishing. It has a high neck that loops down and looks like an upside-down letter J allowing you to more conveniently fill larger containers.

Specifications:

  • 100-gallon capacity per day
  • Booster pump
  • 5-gallon storage tank

Pros and Cons

Pros:

This system helps you stay friendly to the environment by not having to buy plastic water bottles or lug heavy jugs of water.

The high daily capacity is equal to over 700 plastic water bottles.

Cons:

The system does sometimes leak, but the internal leak detector will alert you if that happens.

Final Thoughts

The Osmostar RO Water Filter System is a small under-the-sink system that can give you 100 gallons of great tasting water per day is great for large families and offices.

We recommend the Osmostar RO Water Filter System, it’s just a matter of “does it fit your lifestyle”.

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