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Kangen Water® Comparison

 

 Enagic

 Competitor

WQA Certification Yes No
Japanese National Certification The Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare None
Date of National Certification Acquisition May, 1987 N/A
Business Type Original manufacturer and Direct Sales Retailer
DSA Member Yes No
Original Manufacturer Yes No
Factory Certificates (ISO) 13485
(For a comprehensive management system for the design and manufacture of medical devices)

14001
(Environment Management System)

9001
(Quality Management System)

14001
(Environment Management system) (the Supplier)

9001
(Quality Management System)

Related Organizations Water Symposium Foundation
Alkaline Water Conference
Strong Acid Water Conference
None
Warranty Manufacture Warranty Retailer Warranty
Quality Control 22-point inspection by 5 inspectors per machine ?
Electrode Material 99.99% Titanium Titanium, Impurities (Iron, Nickel, Chromium, Copper)
Coating Platinum-Plated Titanium Platinum
(Some use Baked Titanium)
Production Rate (gal/min) Kangen Water® 1.19-1.98
Acidic Water 0.39-0.66
Strong Acidic Water 0.15-0.31
Max 0.79
Max 0.25
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Kinds of Water Produced Kangen Water® pH 8.5 - 9.5
Acid water pH 6.0
Clean Water pH 7.0
Strong Kangen Water pH 11.0 & up
Strong Acid Water pH 2.7 & down
Alkaline water pH 7.7-9.5
Acidic water pH 6.0-7.0
Clean water pH 7.0
Strong Alkaline water pH 9.5-11.0
Strong Acidic water pH 3.0-4.0
Global Sales and Service Worldwide-also local service station available in 7 Countries & 14 Service Locations ?
North America 3 countries in 8 locations:
CA, IL, NY, HI, Dallas, Florida, Mexico, Vancouver
?
EU 2 countries:
(Germany & Italy)
?
Asia and other countries 6 countries:
(Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Australia & Philippines)
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Loaner Machine Available Yes ?

 

 Enagic does not compare itself to its competitors, just like Mercedes or Lexus does not compare themselves to KIA or Hyundai. 

Everyone is trying
to compare themselves to
Enagic's machines and trying to proof
that they are as good as them. 

 

One of their marketing methods is circulating an article entitled, "Kangen Water: Myths and Facts".

They use the Kangen (Trade Mark) to draw people to their sites, and then insinuate that their units match up the same as Enagic's dollar for dollar and feature for feature.
 

The article is a cleverly written piece of ad copy and unfortunately some have been convinced into buying inferior units without having all the facts.

 

If you look at water ionizers one of the most important components is the water cell. This houses the Platinum Coated Titanium plates that the water flows through. This cell is also known as the "Engine" or "Heart" of the unit.

Look at the size of the units below, and keep in mind that Platinum is $1250 dollars an ounce. Does it seem reasonable that these units are exactly the same?  
Enagic Unit is on the Left, Jupiter Unit is on the right.

 

Why would Enagic put so much more material and cost into their units? Just for the Heck of It?

How about performance,
longevity, power, durability, and quality
.

Enagic's water cell is on the Left, the two cells on
the Right are from other competitors, and Jupiter
is smaller then both of these.

 

One of their marketing methods is circulating an article entitled, "Kangen Water: Myths and Facts".

They use the Kangen (Trade Mark) to draw people to their sites, and then insinuate that their units match up the same as Enagic's dollar for dollar and feature for feature.
 

The article is a cleverly written piece of ad copy and unfortunately some have been convinced into buying inferior units without having all the facts.

 

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