In this blog post, we’ll examine two of the most popular water filters on the market today: Tyent Vs Kangen. We’ll look at their features, benefits, disadvantages, customer reviews, and more to help you decide which one is right for you.
To help compare these two brands, we will cover the pros and cons.
Tyent Water Ionizer
The Tyent water ionizers are known for being the most popular and well-known brand on the market today. They also have some of the best customer reviews, but they are also one of the more expensive filters to buy.
The Tyent water ionizers produce alkaline water that is full of antioxidants and minerals which help balance your body’s pH levels. The model we tested was the Tyent UCE-11 Turbo Extreme.
It has an LCD screen to show you the filtration rate, time remaining until it goes into standby mode, filter lifetime, and 99 fully adjustable presets.
It produces up to 11 liters per hour and has a filter life time of approximately one year, or for about 2000 gallons before needing replacement (adding more depending on your lifestyle).
This model also comes with a 12 month warranty.
The Tyent UCE-11 Turbo Extreme is the most expensive unit but it also has the highest quality and is one of the best water ionizers on the market.
The UCE-11 Turbo Extreme does not come with a carrying case so if you plan to travel often, I recommend investing in Tyent’s protective bag for $35.
There are many benefits that come from drinking alkaline water including more energy, and a reduction of cravings.
It also helps the body naturally detoxify, and alkaline water is known to heal the gut lining.
Alkaline water has a pH of over seven which means that it’s higher in antioxidants than regular tap water.
(Enagic) Kangen Water Machines
The Kangen water machines are available in several different models. For this comparison we tested the Enagic (Kangen) K8.
This machine is a high-end model with everything you need to filter and purify the water.
It’s worth noting that these machines are very expensive, as they range from $3000-4000 for just the unit, but their are installment plans available.
The Kangen K8 has a capacity of eight liters per minute and it offers the widest pH range at 0.0 to 14. The unit also has an auto flush feature which cleans itself every few hours or when used on demand, and includes a water ionizer that’s said to make the water alkaline as well-preserved by electrolyzing minerals in the filter.
Performance of Tyent Vs Kangen
The difference in performance between the Tyent UCE-11 Turbo Extreme and the Enagic Kangen K8 is dramatic.
Tyent machines are more powerful than Kangen and produce water with a higher pH level.
Consistency and Adjustability
In comparing the Tyent Vs Kangen, different water sources require different types of ionizer adjustments, so a Tyent water ionizer should be able to suit your individual needs. Kangen products cannot adjust for varying environments, whereas the electronic flow control in our ionizers allows for consistent alkaline levels.
With the confidence that comes with quality, Tyent offers a lifetime warranty on their appliances. With conviction in alkaline water, Tyent puts our customers’ health first by offering them five years of protection for the complete cost of their purchase. Kangen only backs its machine for five years.
Quality and customer satisfaction are the core of Tyent’s philosophy. They pride themselves on offering our industry-leading water ionizers at prices that are hundreds of dollars lower than Kangen’s comparable models.
Tyent Vs Kangen
The Tyent UCE-11 Turbo Extreme is an excellent water filter for the average home and can clean up to 100 gallons of tap or well water a day with its three filters in one unit: activated carbon block, KDF 55+/Ceramtec (a nontoxic type of copper), and ion exchange resin that is very effective in removing heavy metals.
The Kangen K8 is said to be the best of all types, and is a premium water ionizer for up to 12 people at once.
In using the 2 units side by side , the Tyent UCE-11 Turbo Extreme can filter tap water that is chlorinated and has a chlorine taste to it, while the Enagic Kangen K12 doesn’t even touch this.
The Tyent UCE-11 Turbo Extreme does not perform as well at making alkaline water from acidic liquids because of its scale build up over time. We did like the convenience of its design, which is stackable and has a sleek look.
The Kangen K12 also does not have this issue because it uses the latest technology: Nutrient Enhanced Electrolysis Technology (NEET).
This type of water ionizer makes alkaline water from acidic liquids as well as tap or distilled water.
If we had to choose one unit to recommend to someone, it would be the Tyent UCE-11 Turbo Extreme.