Nature Pure water filter for sale

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  1. Bryan

    Bryan Read Only Funster

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    Hi,

    I'll be putting up a classified ad soon but just to let you know I'm selling a Nature Pure water filter.

    I fit it to our last motorhome (and what a difference it made!) but we have taken it out as we will be selling the motorhome soon.

    It has had very little use (only installed this year) and is in excellent A1 condition.

    For those that don't know this filter is probably the most popular water filter on the market for motorhomes etc. and fill info can be found here --> CLICK


    If you are interested then please feel free to make me an offer (via PM if you like).

    Regards
    Bryan

    PLEASE NOTE:
    This set does not include the seperate tap as we installed ours 'inline' (easier to do) so that all the cold water at our kitchen sink was filtered


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  2. Tony Hunt

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    First thing I ever fit into a motorhome. Wouldnt be without a Nature pure they are worth every penny. I always fit the seperate tap also because if you dont you are passing a lot of water through the filter that you dont need to and with the filter cartridges costing some 40 quid it would get a bit expensive to filter all your cold water.
     
  3. Bryan

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    I thought about fitting the seperate tap but didn't because whilst your right about all the cold water being filtered at the kitchen tap, the extra cost of the seperate tap plus the amount of water the filter will process before needing replacing meant I would have almost 1000 GALLONS before it made a seperate tap cost effective.

    Also, I think the extra tap spoils the appearance of the worktop AND can make filling some things difficult (it's a lot lower than a normal tap)

    Besides, the extra tap can be bought seperately so if someone buys this they will have the option to do it either way.

    Bryan
     
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    Agreed Tony .. definitely worth having a separate tap as it also reduces the flow..

    our filters lasted about a year full timing.. so not expensive when you consider what it would cost to buy the same volume of bottled water, I think a real necessity if touring outside the EU.
    Great bit of kit, albeit a tad expensive ..

    jim
     
  5. pappajohn

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    changed your mind about fitting it then Bryan.
    i remember a thread a while ago you were looking for the pipe fittings to install it in the RV.
     
  6. Bryan

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    You mean in the new van? Yep, the pipes are different in the slideout so and no-one came back witht definitive answer so we decided against it for now.
     
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    that'll teach you to be posh.....kitchen slide out indeed !!!!:Rofl1:
     
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