Fall Means New Nikken Products – PiMag Waterfall

In addition to watching the leaves change color, picking apples, and carving pumpkins, Fall means new products from Nikken. In part 1 of this post I told you about the items that Nikken discontinued to make room for the new ones. Many of those older items are still available, so check them out while you can.

Now we are going to take a look at the new Nikken products.

PiMag Waterfall Water Filter

The one that has me, and most of the other people I have talked to, the most excited is the PiMag Waterfall that will replace the discontinued Aqua Pour. It does everything that the Aqua Pour did and does some things better. The Waterfall makes use of the new filtration technology that was developed for, and first released in, the PiMag sport water bottle that Nikken gave us back in July.

It is said to adjust the water to somewhere between 8.5 and 9.5 pH so that it is nicely alkaline. The filter also lowers the redox potential, a capability that used to be reserved for much more expensive systems. What that means for you and me is that the water, in addition to everything else it does in the body, will act less like a free radical and more like an antioxidant.

The waterfall is a little smaller than the Aqua Pour was. The new fill tank is 5 liters, a liter smaller, and the supply tank is 7 liters instead of the 10 liters that the Aqua Pour held. What you gain from this smaller size is that it takes up less counter space and should fit under your kitchen cabinets.

The only thing that I have seen about the PiMag Waterfall that I don’t care for is that the filter cartridge needs to be replaced every 3 months instead of the 6 months that the Aqua Pour required.

It should be available sometime in the middle of November and I don’t know the price yet. You can find out everything else about it on my new PiMag Waterfall page.

If you don’t want to wait another couple weeks, the PiMag Waterfall is currently available as part of the Water Pack. This pack will help you address several aspects of the environment in your home that affects your health – air, water (drinking and showering), and light.

In the next few posts I will tell you more about the new PowerChip and the neon green PowerBands.

Wayne Woodworth

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One Response to Fall Means New Nikken Products – PiMag Waterfall

  1. The Waterfall is a really good deal considering that it balances the pH of the water, and lowers the ORP – Oxidation Reduction Potential, meaning that it Ionizes the water, making it antioxidant. A water Ionizer starts around $1200. The Waterfall is like only $400 altogether. Nice.

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