Gravity Powered Water Filtration

Nikken Gravity Water Filter
Buy Nikken Gravity Water Filter
Alkaline water from the Nikken Waterfall can help to counteract some of the damage done from a diet that is too acidic.

The body maintains an internal environment between 7.3 pH and 7.5 pH. A high acid diet (meat, carbonated soft drinks, processed foods) forces the body to tap into other resources (calcium from bones) to manage the acidic load. Replacing what you drink with alkaline water can make that job a lot easier for the body.

Ionized water, or water with a lower oxidation reduction potential (ORP) can help to reduce, possibly reverse, some of the effects of oxidation in your body. In short, ionized water is more like an antioxidant and less like a free radical.

There are huge benefits to having a Nikken gravity water system. Your water pressure no longer matters. Some houses have water pressure that is too high or too low for a water filter work well. Fill up a pitcher at your sink and pour the water in the top of the water filter and you are done. Gravity does the rest.

A good gravity water filter doesn’t require electricity. As long as the water filter has recently been filled, you will have clean water even when the power goes out.

The Nikken gravity water system is portable and doesn’t have to be near a sink. Do you have a business and want water available for your customers? Are you having a party, maybe a birthday party for a child, and don’t want a lot of people tromping through your house and kitchen? Do you travel in an RV and need something portable so that you can have clean water at home and while you travel?

A Nikken Waterfall gravity water filter can fill all those needs. It isn’t attached to a water supply, so it doesn’t need to be near a sink. When that need for a nearby water supply is gone, a gravity water filter can go anywhere.

The only other things I hear people ask about are hot and cold water. Cold water is easy. Fill a glass jug or bottle with water from the gravity water filter and store it in your refrigerator.

Hot water takes a little extra. We use a Sunbeam Hotshot from Amazon.com. It heats up a cup of water at a time and is perfect for tea or hot cocoa.

Here is the official description of the Nikken PiMag Waterfall – a gravity water filter that produces alkaline, ionized, clean water.

You can enjoy clean, filtered and enhanced drinking water for a fraction of what bottled water costs. And you’ll be saving more than money — at the same time you’re helping to protect the environment.

The PiMag Waterfall is certified to meet contaminant-reduction specifications of ANSI/NSF Standards 42 and 53 in reducing compounds including aesthetic chlorine, chloramine, mercury and volatile organic compounds. This level of performance is superior to filtration in other water systems that cost ten times the price, require electrical power and produce wastewater. The PiMag Waterfall adjusts water pH to help balance against a typical modern diet and lifestyle that can lead to excess acidity. Ionizing technology saturates water with electron-rich ions to neutralize free radicals, while pi ceramics and Nikken magnetic technology complete the process. And as alternative to commercially bottled water, the PiMag Waterfall helps reduce the number of discarded, disposable bottles that become trash in landfills.

Nikken U.S. and international patents pending

Nikken’s video for the Nikken Waterfall starring Dave Balzer.

You can find the manual and quick reference sheet (QRS) for the Nikken Waterfall on the Nikken website.

8 Responses to Gravity Powered Water Filtration

  1. Serge says:

    I need full specs for this water system and what is the difference between the US/canada system and similar system sold in Colombia for instance? Also, I need pimag optimizer, why here it is not available?

    • Hi Serge. The biggest difference between the new Nikken PiMag Waterfall and the discontinued Aqua Pour is in the quality of the water filtration. The PiMag Waterfall cleans the water much more thoroughly and adjusts the alkalinity to between 8.5 and 9.5 pH. The Aqua Pour couldn’t come close to that. The Waterfall is also smaller so that more people can make room for it on their counter tops. You can find the full specs right here in the manual.

      The Optimizer II was discontinued 2 years ago so your best chance for finding one now would be on Craigslist or Ebay.

      • Serge says:

        Thanks Wayne, if it is discontinued, where to to get spare parts? Also, why in many countries still sale it (both systems)? Also, can you advise about your Calgary rep I wanna get this new system.Thanks

        • Serge, the replacement filter components for the Aqua Pour are still available here and should continue to be available for at least another 4 years.

          The PiMag Waterfall was first introduced in the US then as demand levels out and any government approvals are obtained it was expanded to other countries. Remaining stock of old products, like the Aqua Pour, continue to be available until they are sold out. The Aqua Pour was still available for the first 2 months or so that the Waterfall was available. Discontinued products tend to sell out faster in the US and Canada than other countries because they are so much larger than other countries. In the case of the Aqua Pour here, Nikken reduced the price by $100 or so and they sold fast.

          I don’t currently have any teammates in Calgary. Even if I did it would still ship to you directly from Nikken, so the easiest thing to do is order it online by clicking the picture above on this page. All products in the US ship from Nikken HQ in Irvine, CA. Everything in Canada ships from their warehouse in Mississauga, ON.

  2. Juan says:

    What happened with the pimag water system? I can see it in Australia, Latin America but not in the US.

    • Hi Juan. The Nikken gravity water system that you have in Latin America is what we called the PiMag Aqua Pour. That was discontinued for the US and Canada last Fall and replaced with the PiMag Waterfall that you see on this page. The Aqua Pour replacement filters are still available and should be for 4 more years or so.

  3. Suzie Fletcher says:

    I’m interested in purchasing the Pimag waterfall when it is available. Could you please let me know whether you ship to Australia and what the cost of the unit and shipping would be.
    Many thanks! Suzie

    • Hi Suzie. The Waterfall will be available in the US and Canada around December 1, just over a week from now. It sounds like it will be awhile before it is available in Australia. I asked Nikken Australia why it takes so much longer for the new products to reach there and they said that the Australian government has a lot more regulations that they have to meet, which means that the products have to go through more expensive testing to get approved and several more hoops that they have to jump through. That is also why the products are so much more expensive there.

      That also means that I cannot ship products to Australia from the US. Our products do not meet Australia’s labeling requirements and have not passed their additional certifications.

      I apologize that this isn’t the answer you were hoping for.

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