If you have never been on this site before, I started writing about drinking water in 2009. In the early days, I wrote about the many transgressions of public trust being dished out by most of the alkaline water ionizer companies. As time passed, I learned that the many health claims being made about alkaline water were bogus and all of the benefits were due to the consumption of molecular hydrogen (H2) gas which is also known as hydrogen enriched water. I have been focused on learning about H2 for the past 3 years.
H2 is relatively new to North America despite the fact that it is so beneficial to the human body. The alkaline water ionizer companies and others in the health supplement or health products industry should be shouting the H2 message from the rooftops because their machines produce H2. Unfortunately, the alkaline people have been touting the benefits of alkaline water for years and they don’t want to admit that the story of the benefits of alkaline water are a hoax. Making matters worse for the alkaline water ionizer companies is the fact that their machines don’t produce very high concentrations of dissolved H2 in the water, the don’t produce much or any H2 in soft water conditions, and the plates of their machines get calcified in hard water conditions which means the machines stop producing H2 if the machines are not cleaned once a week. The supplements industry is not really in tune with water, but a number of companies are offering tablets that create H2 when mixed with water.
Half Price H2
Hydrogen machines typically sell for $2,000 for counter units and $2,500 for under-counter units, which makes them very competitive with alkaline water ionizers. Many supplement companies sell H2 tablets for $60 for 60 tablets.
Brilliantz, a company that focuses on molecular hydrogen products recently decided to change their business model from an affiliate network to dealing directly with the public. As a result of eliminating sales commissions and referrals, the company slashed the price of their H2 products by 50 percent. Anyone can go to www.brilliantz.com and buy their H2 products at 50% off their previous retail prices, without going through an affiliate. Note that I don’t earn a commission or referral fee from Brilliantz or any other company that I write about.
I have been a supporter of Brilliantz for a long time because they are good people who offered good products at very competitive prices. The 50% prices makes choosing Brilliantz a no-brainer for anyone looking for H2 products. My hope is that Brilliantz’s new strategy will force the industry to align their customer’s interests with their own.
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If the Brillianz machine is so great, then why is their website so thin on details? There is no way I will spend over $1000 on a machine without seeing specifications, installation instructions, detailed warranty information, and maintenance requirements. All I could find is a picture of what is above the counter, and a button to drop it in my shopping cart. Seriously?
It is no wonder why H2 sales are not happening in the USA – it is impossible to find reliable information on any of the machines that are for sale. If these are legitimate products, then why make them look like snake-oil machines?
You might want to contact the company and ask them whatever questions you have. I’m sure they have the specs and instructions that you require. I know the people at Brilliantz and they are very knowledgeable so my guess is they chose to keep the website simple.
In my experience selling water machines many years ago, people that want every detail rarely buy as they are looking for reasons not to buy. If you want to get a H2 machine, find a company that fits your needs. There are several companies offering H2 products.
I just got off the phone with someone at Brillianz for the very reason that there isn’t much information on the site. I do ask a lot of questions but I still buy a product if I feel it will do what it says.. The rep on the other end of the line answer every question I had (and I had more than I thought because he would tell me something which would spark more questions) He made me feel really comfortable and sent me more information via email on anything I want to know more about. I must admit, it sounds to good to be true. Its way less than a Kangen, it doesn’t get a calcium buildup, its easy to use, and they don’t bash other water companies which I really liked. Since reading your pages here its the first I’ve heard of Brillianz. I will look up testimonials or any other info I can find on the company and if it looks good, I’m sold.
I have written a number of times about how much better the HIM machines are than the alkaline water ionizers. There is really no proper way to describe how much better the hydrogen generators are than the alkaline water ionizers without going into great detail which I have done in the past. I have been using a Brilliantz HIM3 (under counter unit) in my kitchen for a couple of years. It has proven to be everything the company claimed.
Nobody knows about Brilliantz which is really too bad as they have great H2 products at the best prices. They don’t advertise or do any social media which seems weird to me.
Here is a link to an article I wrote 3 years ago about HIM machines for a site that was supported by a group of H2 nerds: http://h2healthyliving.com/hydrogen-infusion-machines-vs-electric-water-ionizers/
I’m still a strong supporter of the H2 story but I have been focused on building a new cottage for the past year which doesn’t leave much time for my H2 hobby.