Review it – Last year I tried and reviewed a countertop water filter system which has now become an everyday tool in my home. We went from buying water matches every month to buying one case every two months. In my basement, I have a press room and a bar where we hang out. At the bar, I have a The Bartesian Cocktail Maker which uses pure water as part of its mixture. Accepting the opportunity to test and review the SimPure Y7P-BW Advanced Countertop Reverse Osmosis Water Filter Dispenser was a no-brainer.
What is it?
The SimPure Upgraded Countertop Reverse Osmosis Water Filter Dispenser is a UV water purifier that emits zero chemicals while disinfecting and treating 99.9% of viruses, germs, and bacteria. It features a 3-stage 0.0001μm RO filtration system that provides an extra level of UV purification.
What’s in the box?
- 1 x SimPure Y7P-BW Countertop Mounted Reverse Osmosis Water Filter Dispenser – filters already installed
- 1 x User Manual
- 1 x Feed Water Tank
- 1 x Drip Tray
Dimensions: 17.3 * 7.4 * 15.7 inches
Feed Water TDS* Level: TDS<500 ppm
Warranty: Year old
Travel Cost: 418 gallons per day
Water Tank Capacity: 1.3 gallons (5L)
Completion of Internal Freshwater Tanks: 0.45 Gallon (1.8 L)
Power Voltage: AC 110 V / 60 HZ
Power Rating: 30W to
Filter Service Life: 6 Months (CF Filter), 6 Months (RO Filter)
Design and appearance
SimPure Y7P-BW Upgraded Countertop Reverse Osmosis Water Filter Dispenser is mainly made of plastic/ABS and has a top handle on the front and a plastic water tank on the back. There is a cover that clicks on top of the tank. Between the water supply tank and the machine is where two filters are installed. There is a drip tray that sits on the front of the unit and under the faucet to catch any drips.
Planning and Implementation
Before using the SimPure Y7P-BW Upgraded Countertop Reverse Osmosis Water Filter Dispenser, I cleaned and filled the feed water tank to the “Max” level. The next step was to go through the cleaning process according to the instruction manual.
When I plugged the device in, the front panel lit up. Then I followed the user manual to go through the burning process.
The following image is from the stopwatch on my phone and represents the total time it took to drive:
Here’s some from the manufacturer’s website:
The manual states that extraction should be completed between 3 and 5 times. I decided to go through it five times. The boiling process is simple and the cycle of all the stages takes about 15 minutes. When I finished, I tested the taste of the water and it was good, and I tested it again to see if it was pouring correctly. It passed that test too. It’s a great machine even though you can’t get hot or cold water from it. The water is at room temperature. The following video shows my experience with debugging and performance testing:
Which I like
- Good looking design
- The compact countertop size
- How long the filters last
- The taste of filtered water
What I would change
- It does not produce hot or cold water.
- The text on the touch panel must be defined so that it is visible even when it is not in use
The SimPure Y7P-BW Upgraded Countertop Reverse Osmosis Water Filter Dispenser is a stylish device that produces delicious water. Cheaper filters are good as some machines I’ve tried have filters that only last 30 days. I wish I could get a glass of cold water out of it instead of room temperature, but this is a great water filter and dispenser.
Price:369.99 (Refillable Cartridges: CF Filter Replacement Cartridge – $22.99; RO Filter Replacement Cartridge – $34.99)
Where to buy: SimPure website and Amazon
Source: An example of this drug was given by SimPure.