Best Home Water Filtration Systems under $200

Let’s talk about water filtration systems! Every time you pour a glass of water from your tap water source, in your glass gets a large amount of bacteria, germs, impurities and traces of rust found in water pipes. Therefore, water filters are a necessity if you plan to drink clean and healthy water from your kitchen faucet. As I said in a previous post, there are many types of water filters for home usage, and you should not hurry and buy the cheapest one you can find. Take your time to check all the available options, read what other customers are saying about the product you want to buy, make sure the filtering percentage is high enough and make sure its warranty is longer enough. These are the best best home water filtration systems you can buy under $200.

Hydro-Logic Water Filtration System Reverse Osmosis

Hydro-Logic 31035 100-GPD Stealth-RO100 Reverse Osmosis Filter – $193

The reverse osmosis purifying systems are so reliable that they are used for industrial and commercial purposes, but there are also few devices that uses this technology for home usage. The Hydro-Logic 31035 represents the perfect choice for a home water purification. Its system forces water to pass in one direction through a thin semi-permeable membrane and again in the opposite direction, thereby filtering out the contaminants and impurities. The reverse osmosis filters are one of the best systems that you can invest in, and this device will clean up to 100-Gallon of water per day making it ultra-pure and 98-Percent free of chlorine and contaminants.

Watts Premier 531130 Filter-Pure

Watts Premier 531130 Filter-Pure – $175

This filtering system uses 3 filtration stages (red, blue and purple) in order to provide you and your family with 99% pure water. The package features the complete setup, so there is no need to buy additional connectors or pipes. I also like the fact that the filters can be easily changed with a single push, so there is no need for you to pay for additional maintenance. According to most reviews, the Watts hose connectors are made of high quality materials, the system is super-easy to install and the resulting water has a great taste. You will find it under $150.

Watts Premier RO-Pure 531411 4-Stage Reverse Osmosis System

Watts Premier RO-Pure 531411 4-Stage Reverse Osmosis System – $213

Although this system is right around the price limit of $200, it’s all about quality and convenience (edit: when this article was first written, its price was under $200). The packages contains a high quality air gap faucet, the reservoir and the 3-stage filtering system. The device is really easy to mount and you can replace the filters really easy. It will produce up to 50 gallons per day of clean water, removing over 99% of unwanted impurities and bacteria from it.

iSpring-75GPD-5-Stage-Reverse-Osmosis-Water-Filter-System

iSpring 75GPD 5-Stage – $158

They say you should always keep the best for last. The iSpring 75GPD water filter is definitely the best water filtration system to buy if you have a budget under $200. Everything about it is NSF certified (even the storage tank that’s included in the package). The system uses 5 stage reverse osmosis filtering (5 micron high-capacity polypropylene sediment filter, GAC Carbon Filter, CTO Carbon Filter, High Rejection 75GPD TFC reverse osmosis membrane, total Polishing Inline Carbon 10″) to clean the water, it is noise free and will purify 75 gallons of water per day. This system will remove over 40 harmful organic and inorganic elements from the tap water stream. The package also contains a luxury faucet (as seen in the image). According to other customers, this is definitely the best bang for the buck in its price range.

Conclusion
When you decide to get a home filtration system for water, you should first determine if you have enough space under/near the sink to mount it and determine the path of the water from the filter to your sink. No matter what type of filter you choose, make sure it is manufactured by a famous brand that you can trust and you can get warranty for it. Avoid obscure brands that sell cheap products! If you plan to purify the water from specific substances, make sure that the filtration system was designed for that, because each is specifically designed to retain different substances that may contaminate the water.

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8 Comments

  • mark says:

    After I got sick of drinking that tap water or paying for bottled water, I decided to take matters into my own hands and install a water filtration system. The whole process took around one hour, and ever since I can drink pure water without paying a dime for it. Great for the health and great for the wallet. I just wanted to share this with your readers: “Don’t be afraid to try something new. You will be amazed of the results…”

  • tattooer says:

    Is it difficult to install a water filtration system?

  • marios says:

    Although the Watts Premier 531411 is the most expensive water filtration in the list, I think it’s the most complete solution under $200. I installed one for my father and it’s flawless. The water tastes amazing! Also, the the faucet is of great quality.

  • Karolin says:

    Wow, thanks for sharing this list. It was exactly what I was looking for!

  • Steffen says:

    I see that you took your time to choose the best water filtration systems for home usage. Thank you, this tutorial helped my father get one that was perfect for him: iSpring 75GPD 5-Stage

  • Floy says:

    You are definitely right, getting the proper water filtration system for your house is not an easy job. You can buy one that’s far too unefficient or poorly built. Open your eyes and everything should be fine. Great recommendations.

  • Natalia says:

    Thank you for sharing this list. I was trying to install a water filtration system in my kitchen for a while now but I never understood how it works.

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