Virgin Pure Water Review

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I’ve always been quite good at making sure that I get my daily dose of water each day, however, refilling my water bottle from the tap all day (instead of the nice watercooler in my old office) was a bit of a pain. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind tap water, but I was shocked (in a good way) when I first tried the Virgin Pure Water System as it just tasted so much better. Want to find out more? Let’s get to it:

The Virgin Pure Water Systems come in a variety of colours and we decided to select the cream as it matched the coffee machine, although it was tough deciding on a colour as they are all super chic. The Virgin Pure is connected to the mains and is installed by one of their trained engineers. They will have to drill a very small hole in your worktop to connect it to the mains (don’t worry if you rent like me as this is easily fixed). I was away in Liverpool for my Mum’s birthday when the engineer came but I did speak to him on the phone and my husband was in the apartment when the water system was installed. Gareth said that the engineer was very friendly, really took the time to show him how it all worked and asked if he had any questions. A big thumbs up from me, as you all know that I love good customer service.

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You might be thinking that having a Virgin Pure Water System in your house is unnecessary, so I thought I would share with you 5 top reasons why I love mine:

Good for the planet

Like many people right now, I am really trying to do my bit for the planet and with this system, you can say goodbye to plastic water bottles (if you use them) and it only uses 2 filters per year. You also don’t need to use your kettle anymore, as the system has both hot and cold water options.

Unlimited Pure Water

Connected to the mains, you can have unlimited pure water whenever you wish. As mentioned on the Virgin Pure website, it ‘removes rust, dirt, chlorine, bacteria, organic matter, herbicides, pesticides, volatile organic matter, microplastics and also prevents scale building up’. Amazing right?

Convenient

At a push of a button, you can receive hot, medium and cold water. The system also has other smart and sustainable features to play around with, like a timer, temperature control etc.

Stylish

The Virgin Pure System looks very stylish in any kitchen and with a variety of colours, you can’t go wrong. The system fits perfectly in our kitchen and if you are wondering how often I actually use it – EVERYDAY, ALL DAY! I am feeling so much more hydrated and wish I had known about this sooner.

Get your very own engineer

What I love is that you don’t have to set it up yourself as there is someone trained that will come to your home and fit the system for you. They will also go through any questions you might have and set up your system to your preferred settings.

The Virgin Pure Water System costs £549.99 and I know that might sounds quite expensive, but it really is an investment and they also offer you the option of covering the cost in 12 payments of £45.83. They also offer rental packages from £23.99

If you have any questions at all and you wanted to find out some more information, please drop them down below and if I don’t know the answer, I will definitely find out for you. I also have a Reel that has gone live on Instagram, if you did want to see it in action 🙂

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    • doorwaysanddresses
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      28/10/2021 / 10:44 am

      I know, I was so happy that someone came to fit it for us. He was amazing xxx

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