By now you’ve probably seen the news that water purifiers are getting increasingly popular with water drinkers.
And, you know, it’s pretty much the only way to get that purification in a pinch.
But, there are some big hurdles to overcome.
Most importantly, the price tag for a water purification unit is actually pretty hefty.
And there’s a catch: if you buy the water purifying unit from Amazon, it may not work on your phone.
Here’s how it works.
How does Amazon make the deal work?
The basic premise of the deal is that you buy a water dispenser and a water filter, and Amazon will send a box of purification products.
But the deal also has some interesting caveats.
The water purifications must be used with the filter in order to work.
That means you won’t be able to use a water-purifying filter on a phone, even if you have a phone with a compatible filter.
And if you already have a water protector in your phone, you can’t buy a new one.
So, you have to buy the purification kit separately, which Amazon calls a “purchase at time of purchase” option.
The water purifies for you, the consumerThe price tag is a bit steep.
But if you’re a water lover, you probably don’t care about the additional cost of the water filter.
That’s because Amazon says that it will send you the purifying water as part of the price of the unit.
So if you pay the full price of $50.99 and you want to buy a $25.00 water purizer, you don’t have to worry about the $50 price tag.
Amazon says that you’ll receive your product in a box the size of a deck of cards.
Amazon says it will deliver the purifier to your door within 24 hours.
If you pay $20.00, you will receive the water treatment for free.
And Amazon says the water you get is pure, filtered water.
Amazon promises that you will get a free Amazon Echo smart speaker, which is a big plus for those who are using their home to charge their phones and tablets.
But you will also get free shipping, Amazon says, and it will give you a 15-day trial of the Alexa app.
You can also purchase a $35.00 subscription for Amazon Echo to give you an instant access to all the Alexa services.
And you’ll also get a special edition of the Amazon Echo Dot, a device that comes with a $50 Amazon Alexa speaker.
Amazon also says that all of the above are free.
But wait, there’s more.
The $25 price tag isn’t free for you.
It’s a $10 per month payment.
If the water is still cloudy after you’ve paid the $10, you’ll have to pay another $10 to return the water.
So there’s still some work to be done before you can make the $35, $50 and $100 water purifyers work for you as advertised.
Amazon claims that it can provide you with up to 12 hours of free access to Alexa services after you purchase your water purizers.
But that’s a stretch.
You need to actually order a box, and then go through the Amazon checkout process to get your product.
If your device doesn’t have a smart speaker in it, Amazon will offer a $100 credit.
The Amazon Echo doesn’t come with an Alexa speaker, so you’ll need to order a separate box and then buy it separately.
The whole process will take about three weeks, Amazon promises.
And then, the purifiers have to be delivered to your doorstep.
That can take a few days.
So the purifies are usually delivered on a Tuesday or Wednesday.
And while Amazon says its goal is to deliver your water within two weeks, it can’t guarantee that.
Amazon also doesn’t provide an estimate on when delivery will be.
The company says that in the next few months, the water will be available from all of its distribution centers.
The price is a little steep, but Amazon says you’ll be able have access to the Alexa apps for two weeks after you buy your water.
And that means that if you want your water to be pure, you need to buy another purifier.
Amazon said that it would send you a free Echo Dot for two months.
The $35 price tag makes this deal pretty enticing for those looking to get into water purifiying.
If all you care about is purification, you’re probably happy with this deal.
But those who prefer the convenience of an all-in-one solution will want to look elsewhere.
The full deal:The Amazon Echo Smart speaker and Alexa voice assistantThe $25 water puriter and $25 Alexa speakerAmazon says the $25 purchase will be a one-time deal.
That makes it easy to switch to a cheaper, more expensive option, but it won’t offer you unlimited water