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Student so I am searching for a low budget product but can 100-200 e if necessary. I did not find any good products in AliExpress. Now, I am considering the product here but it is rather expensive (400 euros)

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I am not sure if there is any passive water-silver filter. The search also returns the item here but it does not seem to have any silver

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How can you get Water Filtered with Silver for a student?

closed as off-topic by RedGrittyBrick, BMitch May 25 '16 at 12:07

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    Masi, I've noticed quite a few of your past questions were also closed or deleted. Please see what topics can I ask about here along with other topics in the help center to avoid this in the future. – BMitch May 25 '16 at 12:48
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The Barrow filter is intended for installing in a computer liquid cooling system. As such it is off-topic here. It is not suitable for installing into a household water supply pipe.

The other device probably performs no useful function but it is meant to be placed in a perforated canister that you drop into a bottle of water and shake before drinking the water. It also is not suitable for installing in a household water supply pipe.

  • @Masi: see What is on-topic and Shopping questions. I would stop looking at these snake-oil fake products and go to a reputable plumbing supplies store nearby. – RedGrittyBrick May 25 '16 at 9:32
  • @Masi: I would search for "plumbed-in water filter" or "plumbed in reverse-osmosis". You might get useful answers here if you search here too and if necessary, ask a new question here describing the problem with your water supply that you want to correct or ameliorate. – RedGrittyBrick May 25 '16 at 9:39
  • @Masi: constantly mutating questions are no fun to answer, so I'm stepping away from this. – RedGrittyBrick May 25 '16 at 10:25

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