Portable RO recommendation

reo

New member
Does anyone have any experience with The Enterprise Space Saver RO System from BRS? I'm in the market for my first RO system, and since I live in an apartment, I don't quite have the space for a full RO/DI setup. The Enterprise thingy is only $80, which seems to be the best deal around.
 

Toddrtrex

Premium Member
Honestly, a full sized RO/DI unit doesn't take up that much more room and can be attached right to the kitchen faucet -- I personally wouldn't want to lose out on not having the DI chamber with the unit in question.

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Mr James

Premium Member
Does anyone have any experience with The Enterprise Space Saver RO System from BRS? I'm in the market for my first RO system, and since I live in an apartment, I don't quite have the space for a full RO/DI setup. The Enterprise thingy is only $80, which seems to be the best deal around.

Are you truely looking for a space saver or a wallet-saver (cheaper)??
 

reo

New member
I'm looking for more of a space saver. And since my tank is only 29 gallons, I feel like a full RO/DI setup would be excessive. Ideally, I would consider a full RO/DI setup along with a drinking water tank and faucet, but my landlord wouldn't be too happy about me tempering with the plumbing and drilling the sink. So I think that a smaller portable unit might suffice. It might also cause less of a protest from my SO, from both space and price perspectives.

Todd, your kitchen sink/tank layout is almost identical to mine! Which RO/DI unit is this?
 
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