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Heatworks MODEL 3 Smart Water Heater

Get hot water on demand and reduce your bills with the Heatworks MODEL 3 Smart Water Heater. Unlike most water heaters, the MODEL 3 has no heating coils. It uses naturally occurring minerals and patented Ohmic Array Technology, which prevents scaling. This means you get pure water for ever and no corrosion. The MODEL 3 also reduces your electric bills and saves the planet, as this heater is 99% energy efficient. It is really simple to install, and compact enough to fit in any small cupboard. In addition, this water heater has Wi-Fi connectivity built in. As a result, you can control the MODEL 3 from anywhere around your home. The companion smartphone app lets you adjust the temperature and water flow from the heater, and track your usage. This really is the sustainable heater of the future.

Heatworks MODEL 3 Smart Water Heater
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Mark Myerson
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Dimensions
12 x 12 x 12 Inches
Warranty
6-Year Full Unit Replacement
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Paul
How can anything thing be 99% efficient?
Heat transfers is notoriously low efficiency. The technology talks about vibrating molecules to increase temp which is fine - microwaves to that too using a different physics pathway. I am finding it hard to find any substantive body of evidence verifying the efficiency of these devices. If you doing rel research and development that is your #1 objective - proof.
I want it to be true but I think we are owed the dignity of some proof for the extreme claims.
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Liz
Hello Paul! Great question :) We pull this information from the seller's Kickstarter page, so to get more in-depth research on these claims, we would recommend contacting the seller directly (just click the blue button above!)
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Colin

Is this capable of supplying showers and hot tap water for a two person home?

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Liz
Hello! It looks like the answer is yes, but you would either need 1 or 2 units depending on a variety of factors. Be sure to check their Kickstarter page for all the specifics!
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