Independent Ionizer Reviews
Do not be fooled by web sites claiming to be independent ionizer review sites. These sites are not like Consumer Affairs. Each of these sites has a specific goal in mind. They want you to buy a specific brand. They have their personal brand of choice reflected in their review. The reviews are geared to sway you away from the brands they are not promoting.
One of their main advertising campaigns involves these two thoughts:
1. Life and Trent's units are 50% less.
2. Enagic adds 50% in cost to their units to boost the MLM plan.
Would you be surprised to know:
These water ionizer companies offer a commission or compensation plan to their distributors as well. And Enagic's LEVELUK JrII is just a few hundred dollars more than the Life and Tyents top models.
Water ionizers are not sold in retail stores, they are sold by people who want financial independence or they simply want to help people feel better. This is achieved through word-of-mount. It is a wonderful way to promote health products.
Regardless of how profits are shared, i.e., retail stores or individual distributors, all products are sold at a higher price then is required to make them. Many times products are sold at over 100% the cost of production.
As you can see, the two main reasons, are in reality, nothing more than a smoke screen and the "pot calling the kettel black".
What you need to know is this:
These review sites are not reporting the correct information about Enagic, nor are they giving you the right information when they compare their top models with Enagic's LEVELUK SD501.
You can read this in more details in the article on this site, "Kangen Water Myths and Facts", which share with you the proper models to compare, and how Enagic's machines compare feature by feature as well as by price comparisons.
When it comes to reporting in a truly unbiased way as any "honest" review site should, to start they would use the correct model by model comparison. You wouldn't compare one brands least expensive model to another brands most expensive model would you?
In addition these reviewers would have to own each model they use in their comparisons, place them in a controlled study, and put them through many different types of controlled tests.
These are simply individual distributors writing reviews to attract your attention in a way that will bring them sales. It is a well known tactic in the Internet marketing circle and unless you are familiar with Internet marketing, you may be fooled into thinking these sites are backed by some major company that reviews a variety of products for consumers.
When considering unbiased reviews would you really feel you were getting an honest review by anyone who writes in disrespectful and/or childish tones?
Here's an example of the childish distrepectful tone from an "independent" review site regarding Enagic's LEVELUK SD501. This review site gives two brands 4 stars, Tyent and Enagic. However, the review of Enagic's LEVELUK SDS501 does not at all sound like a 4 star review.
Here is a direct Quote from this independent review site regarding Enagic's top selling water ionizer:
"Yup! They got em. This is their tried and true Houdini act. They show crazy high and low PH levels and crazy ORP levels. What they don’t tell you is that to get those levels they are using a chemical that clearly states “Do not drink” on the side of the bottle. There is a secret compartment in the SD-501 that they add a special chemical which they call an “electrolysis enhancer”. This is how they get their so called super water. Problem is, its not just water anymore."