Ends 11/6. Groupon has the Aquasana Inline Shower Filter for $23 with free shipping. Removes 90% of chlorine from water, helping to preserve natural skin oils. Fits on any standard shower head.
$35 Retail: $60

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    swreynolds Ben's cred: 373
    Posted 10:21 pm PST 11/3/13

    It was difficult for me to find any objective reviews of this product, although what I did find makes me very cautious.
    Apparently their president has a fake website comparing this with others (and guess who is best?)

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    DEguy Ben's cred: 92
    Posted 4:30 am PST 11/4/13

    Soap removes skin oils. Not aware that Cl or Fl in tap water does.

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    turtles Ben's cred: 137
    Posted 9:00 am PST 11/4/13

    snake oil?

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    Shmeagle Ben's cred: 702
    Posted 10:24 am PST 11/4/13

    No this really works well to slow down your water flow....even more.

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    bubmacbub Ben's cred: 4
    Posted 10:32 am PST 11/4/13

    what kind of filters does this need? I mean is there a replaceable filter or do you have to throw away the entire thing after it has been used up?

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    ldo2626 Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 11:28 am PST 11/4/13

    this seems totally worthless

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    boss_hogg Ben's cred: 67
    Posted 8:23 pm PST 11/4/13

    These are actually pretty nice if you have water that needs it. My previous house had water with high sulfer content so would stink something fierce -- you'd come out of the shower smelling worse than when you went in. This removed basically all of the smell. To answer 1 of the other questions posted here, the filter is not replaceable/removable. Basically after 6-months or so it wears out and you have to buy another and replace the whole thing. Not that big of a deal since most charcoal filters run about the same cost as this anyway.

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    perfectfire Ben's cred: 7
    Posted 9:22 pm PST 11/4/13

    turtles wrote:
    snake oil?


    Don't worry. This removes snake oil.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3695
    Posted 12:46 am PST 11/5/13

    ^^ Their site claims it's a copper/zinc based filter rather than charcoal, or possibly in addition to charcoal but I doubt there's any charcoal.

    Then again it also claims it enhances the water pH which is BS, tap water is slightly alkaline if not neutral and it would have to be acidic for this to do that, which would only be the case if it wasn't treated so it didn't have chlorine.

    http://www.aquasana.com/product_detail.php?product_id=9#pdtabs

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