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1.1Gal. Water Distiller 750W Distilled Water Maker Machine Timing Dual Temp Display Stainless Steel Countertop Distiller


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VEVOR’s water distiller with an upgraded panel is a perfect tool for purifying your water and helping you get a constant supply of distilled water, whether you’re at home or in the office. This distiller can effectively dissolve VOCs and filter other impurities and the distilling speed reaches up to 0.26 Gal (1 l) of water per hour. What’s more, as an ideal match for a tiny kitchen, it is not much bigger than a kettle in size and won’t take up so much of your space.

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  1. 03

    by Patrick

    Bought for cooking off alchohol in my RSO… works like a charm, just be ready to shut it down as soon as it stops dripping or it will burn.

  2. 03

    by valgal

    This is my first distiller after reviewing so many others, and I am so happy I purchased the Vevor, it’s pretty simple to use. The hardest part was putting together the glass container but after that a piece of cake! It does take a bit of space and the fan isn’t too bad. I have been using it for about a month now.

  3. 03

    by CW

    The tap water in Seattle is pretty decent and measures per million (ppm) straight out of the tap. The carbon filter that’s placed inside the nozzle didn’t work for me as intended by the company and actually increased the particle count 431 ppm (vs. 31 ppm for untreated tap water). I ran the distiller without the carbon filter in the nozzle, and the water coming out of the nozzle measured 1 ppm, which is acceptable, but I don’t want to run the distiller without the carbon filter because the carbon filter is there to to filter out organic chemical and compounds that are not removed through steam distillation, so I am going to switch around the stages and run my tap water through the carbon filter prior to steam distillation and see if I can get the reading down to 0 ppm.

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