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Old 03-14-2010, 11:16 PM   #1
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65-68$ RO/DI unit, 0ppm, works great!

For those who are new~

Seriously, after seeing most units anywhere from 150-300$ that are 0ppm, I found this sucker
0PPM Portable 50GPD Reverse Osmosis RO+DI Water Filter - eBay (item 170457482067 end time Mar-17-10 19:47:51 PDT)

Totally works great, if you goto the guys store, he's got a 100gpd for 68.

Quite the bargain..

Just gotta get a tds meter though, heard the 20$ HM tds works good though.. so ya 88$ is still better than any other prices I've seen for a RO/DI capable of 0ppm output...

I'm happy with mine, and I do believe the fish are too
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