Cost Savings with Nikken PiMag Water System

 

This is a comparison of the price of Nikken's PiMag Water System versus bottled water prices. If purchasing PiMag at $1020 (CDN wholesale) per unit, cost is 21 cents/liter.  Retail at $1275 CDN cost is 27 cents/liter.  These numbers are based on annual consumption of 4750 liters per year.  The reoccurring amount of $202 (wholesale) or $252 (retail) for the PiMag system is the cost of replacement filters each year.

 

PiMag (retail) compared to Canadian Springs water and Old Victoria Water Co. water

 

 

(Premium Reverse Osmosis H20)

With NIKKEN Over

 

PiMag Water

Cents/liter

Canadian Springs

$0.44/liter

(price does not include cooler purchase/rental)

Old Victoria Water Co.

$0.40/liter

(price does not include cooler purchase/rental)

Canadian Springs you save

Old Victoria Water Co you save

1st Year

$1275.00

.27

$2090.00

$1900.00

$815.00

$625.00

2nd Year

$252.00

.05

$2090.00

$1900.00

$1838.00

$1648.00

3rd Year

$252.00

.05

$2090.00

$1900.00

$1838.00

$1648.00

4th Year

$252.00

.05

$2090.00

$1900.00

$1838.00

$1648.00

5th Year

$252.00

.05

$2090.00

$1900.00

$1838.00

$1648.00

Total Cost

$2283.00

 

$10,450.00

$9500.00

$8167.00

$7217.00

 

The bottled water companies have prepaid coupons which may reduce cost to $0.37/liter for Canadian Springs and $0.34/liter for Old Victoria, but the cost over five years is still well over $8000.00, compared to $2283.00 for the PiMag system.  Annual cost figures are based on consumption of 4750 liters per year a family of 5 using the water for cooking and drinking.

 

With the Nikken PiMag system, the cost for water averaged over a 5 year period is just $0.10/liter!

 

The cost benefit above gives good reason to bottled water consumers to switch but the health benefits gained by drinking PiMag water far outweighs the cost benefits!

 

Add the Nikken Optimizer for $735.00 (retail) and the cost per liter (5-year average) goes up to $0.13/liter.  The added benefits of optimized water on our bodies are certainly worth more than 3 cents per liter!