Just when were thinking there was only one way to build an (ugly) R.O. unit, along comes AquaticLife to show us how sexy an R.O. unit can be. The units will come in a Deluxe and Power flavor, both of which feature novel top loading canisters that will make changing cartridges a lot less messy. The reason this baby’s got a glossy face is because it packs quite the feature set of components under the hood; water pressure booster pump, electronic status indicator display, automated back flushing of the membrane, float switch ready. Of course, the Power model which includes all of these features will retail for upwards of $499, which isnt a bad price if you plan on getting an R.O. unit and add up the cost and time to add all of those components yourself. Visit the AquaticLife Reverse Osmosis product webpage for more details on the entire line, lots more pictures of the machines in the gallery below.
Update: We failed to mention that the R.O. units include a final stage, de-ionization cartridge for final polishing.