Infinity Filter Review

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One of your biggest health concerns is the water that you and your family are drinking? Does your tap water, which is full of chlorine look, taste and smell bad and you just cannot get yourself to drink it? You cannot afford to drink bottled water every day because they are expensive. The various water filters are not easy on the pocket either because their cartridges need to be replaced every so often adding to your burden. But to give you freedom from all such worries is the Infinity Filter that filters 20,000 gallons of water which is equivalent to filtering water for 20 years without having to replace a cartridge even once.


Infinity Filter

The Infinity Filter is easy to install. All you have to do is unscrew the tip of your faucet and place the Infinity Filter there. Then take the dirty tap water and filter it through the Infinity Filter. This will make your water clean, pure and also taste good. While all the other filters in the market wear out, the Infinity Filter has a five stage filtration system that removes odor, bad taste and impurities from water for 20 years nonstop.

The fluid treatment KDF in the Infinity Filter removes the chlorine from the water. This has been tested on water with chlorine which looks pink and turns absolutely clean when KDF is mixed in it. This filtration gives you the same water as bottled water that too 150,000 bottles which you would be consuming in 20 years. With regular water filters you need to replace the cartridge after every 100 bottles costing $ 20 each time, which means about $4,000. So, the Infinity Filter saves you a lot of money while giving you clean water to drink.

If you need proof of the popularity of Infinity Filter’s – then it has already sold one million pieces and is NSF certified. If you place the order for the Infinity Filter now, you get another one for free. You also get a 30 day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with the product.



What do I get?

  • 2 Water Filters
  • 2 Diverter Valves
  • 2 Faucet Adapters

All this for just $29.95 plus $15.90 P&H. Official website



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2 thoughts on “Infinity Filter Review

  1. Does the Infinity Filter really filter 20,000 gallons of water?

    Is the Infinity Filter easy to install?

    Is water filtered from the Infinity Filter same as drinking bottled water?

    Do you really not need to change the cartridge in the Infinity Filter for 20 years?

    Does the Infinity Filter save a lot of money?

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