Eight cups of water a day keeps you healthy, could fill a pool for your ninja turtle figurines or could be used to fulfill several disapproving liquid-in-face gestures for someone who told you that you bear a striking resemblance to Lyle Lovett – and you’re female. Regardless of the way you choose to handle your H2O, make sure it’s purified with today’s Groupon: Pay R540 for a H2O countertop water purifier or R635 for purifier with sediment filter.
Considering that most human bodies are made up of roughly 70% water, clean drinking water is essential to keep that structure from falling apart. Though this may not mean that you could hold sailboat races on your body’s watery highways, it does mean that if enough of the refreshing liquid is consumed, you could healthily put yourself onto a sailboat and thus, into a sailboat race.
Sailboat races aside, H2O’s water purifiers are the ideal way to keep your body healthy. A trusted and well-known brand with top class products, the countertop water purifier and sediment filter remove unwanted chemicals and impurities from tap water, leaving it healthier and enriching. The countertop model is a purifier that utilizes a GAC/KDF/Riolyte media bed that is specially designed to remove chemicals and contaminants in municipal water. In addition, when aided by its pre-sediment filter sidekick, the purifier will be protected from clogging attacks by sand and sediment, thus increasing the purifier’s lifespan.
Tried and tested, the eyeball-appeasing gadgets are simple to install, fits most faucets and are compact, light and economical. Miniature mechanical magicians in the business that is H2O, the contraptions also remove hundreds of contaminants, prevent bacteria gremlin takeovers, improve taste and eliminates odours. Ensuring that your body’s waterways stay as fresh as a sea breeze, there’s no stopping those white blood cell boats from keeping your system as healthy as possible.
Aquatic Fact: JoJo Mojobobo was famous for telling stories about the ocean at a weekly gathering in the library. When a sippy-cup was thrown at him during one storytelling session, he was finally revealed to be an expertly built robot that a librarian had constructed from scratch.