US-based Waterdrop has released what it claims to be the first-to-market reverse osmosis instant hot water dispenser—Waterdrop K6, leading “a new era of integrating water heating and purification in one system”.
Waterdrop K6 is powered by a 5-in-1 composite reverse osmosis water filter with 0.0001 microns pore size on its RO membrane. This system effectively removes the most harmful impurities in water with a single filter cartridge.
The K6 is also more efficient, with an improved 2:1 wastewater ratio that helps save more water than conventional household water filter systems.
The Waterdrop K6 RO instant hot water filter is the first-to-market RO system with a heating function. The system has a step-less temperature adjustment feature within a temperature range of 104℉ to 203℉. That means you get hot and pure water for cooking or making instant coffee, oatmeal, tea, and other quick household meals.
The faucet in the Waterdrop K6 is smart and user-friendly, with a highly-responsive touchscreen that allows users to monitor the water quality, temperature, and filter life in real time. There is also a child-lock feature for improved security and a water dispensing temperature indication that helps prevent scaling.