Air Water Life Brand Alkaline Water Ionizers (Part 4 of series)

Air Water Life Aqua Ionizer Deluxe 7.5In our previous articles, we didn’t go into much detail on specific brands of Alkaline Water Ionizers. Initially, I wanted to give you more of the basic information about these countertop devices that turn your water into ionized alkaline water.

But now, I want to discuss one of the major players in the water ionizer market. Air Water Life is the maker of three popular ionizers and a filtration pitcher. Each unit varies a bit in look and price.

Top Of The Line IonizerThe Air Water Life Aqua Ionizer Deluxe 9.0 is a nice looking device in a steel/silver toned box. This is their top of the line model, and the price tag is still under $1400. It boasts 9 ionizing plates with a self cleaning cycle to prevent buildup. The filter is designed to last for 4000 liters of water processing – although the company recommends you change it annually (unless you run a lot of water through it) – and costs less than $50.  The unit delivers 7 different pH levels – 2 acidic (6.0 and 3.0), 4 alkaline (8.0, 9.0, 10.0, 11.5) and one neutral (7.0).

Deluxe Aqua Ionizer 7.5The Air Water Life Aqua Ionizer Deluxe 7.5 looks pretty sharp in the rose gold color scheme and is very similar in construction and design as the Deluxe 9.0. The main difference is the number of plates in the ionizer and about $100 less in price. The Deluxe 7.5 has 7 plates compared to the 9 plates in the Deluxe 9.0. Because of those two plates, the 7 pH levels that the Deluxe 7.5 delivers is  2 acidic (6.0 and 4.5), 4 alkaline (8.0, 9.0, 10.0, 11.0) and one neutral (7.0). It uses the same filter as the Deluxe 9.0, so the cost is still good long term.

Deluxe Aqua Ionizer 5.0 The Air Water Life Aqua Ionizer Deluxe 5.0 doesn’t look as upscale as the Deluxe 7.5 and Deluxe 9.0, but the price tag is significantly lower, too! It only has 5 Platinum coated titanium plates, which changed the low end of the pH levels to 2 acidic (6.0 and 5.0), 4 alkaline (8.0, 9.0, 10.0, 11.0) and one neutral (7.0). It uses the same filter as the Deluxe 9.0 and Deluxe 7.5, so the cost is still good long term and will last for 4000 liters of water.

What Does This All Mean?

From my research, I would be tempted to get the Deluxe 9.0 over the other 2 simply because of the higher and lower levels of pH, but since I am just starting out with this alkaline water thing, I would probably just go with the Deluxe 5.0 to figure out if I need the extra plates and more acidic water (from what I have read, acidic water is good for external use on the hair and skin – but that would probably be a habit you would have to develop). As I was about to place an order, I noticed that the price changed on me as I got to the cart. The Deluxe 5.0 that I was going to purchase must have sold out from the supplier I was first looking at, because I took too long writing this article… The price went up by $200 because the next supplier probably didn’t buy in bulk. So I am guessing that Air Water Life is probably going to be releasing a newer model of the Deluxe 5.0 to match the 9.0 and 7.5 (the &.5 is actually a nicer looking version of the Deluxe 7.0). So now I am probably going to get the 7.0 for an extra hundred:Check out the Aqua Ionizer Deluxe 7.0

My choice is not necessarily going to be your choice, but I hope you choose one to help improve your health. If you use one of the links on this website, I could earn a commission, which I would appreciate, as I am not paid for these articles.