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Where to Buy Reverse Osmosis Water (Online & Offline)

Scott Winfield
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by Scott Winfield

It is surprisingly difficult to find information on where you can buy reverse osmosis (RO) water. There are many brands that sell RO water, but these brands aren’t always available at the local grocery store, especially if you live in a very small town.

Fortunately, we’re here to help!

The best places to buy reverse osmosis water are popular supermarkets like Walmart, Walgreen, Target, and Whole Foods. You can also buy RO water from home water delivery services like crystal springs or arrowhead.

Where to Buy Reverse Osmosis Water Online

When looking to buy reverse osmosis water online, we recommend visiting an e-commerce website such as Amazon or using home water delivery services like Crystal Springs or Arrowhead, which offers customers the option to set up a re-current reverse osmosis water delivery subscription.

When it comes to e-commerce online marketplaces, Amazon is the obvious choice, as you’re most likely to find RO water there. You can compare different sellers with different prices and also read customers’ reviews. However, a more local online marketplace might also be a good choice as many of them offer faster delivery services.

Lady Shopping Online With Credit Card
Lady Shopping Online with Credit Card

The alternative way of ordering RO water online is to check out distributors and RO water companies that sell water in larger quantities and allow customers to set up a delivery service.

Examples of such companies:

Many of these companies have pricing subscriptions that go as low as $6-7 per month for five-gallon bottles of RO water.

Where to buy Reverse Osmosis Water Offline

There are two options to buy reverse osmosis water offline: 1. In grocery stores, retail chains, or gas stations 2. Filling your own water bottles from RO dispensaries.

Supermarkets and Grocery Stores

The most popular supermarket chains that sell RO water are Walmart, Walgreen, Target, and Whole Foods. Even if bottled RO water isn’t available, these supermarket chains sell RO water that’s typically marketed as “purified water” or “alkaline water.” The average price for bottled RO water in supermarkets is around $0.5 to $1 per gallon.

Reverse Osmosis in Store
Reverse Osmosis in Store

RO Water Dispensaries

There are also reverse osmosis water dispensaries where you can take your own bottles and fill them up. Self-service RO water dispensaries might be more inconvenient, but they’re much cheaper than ordering bottled RO water online or buying it from supermarkets. The average price for RO water at self-dispensaries is $0.3 to $0.5 per gallon.

FreshPure is probably the best brand when it comes to RO water dispensaries, so we’d suggest going to their stores. Other popular self-service RO water dispensaries include H2O To Go, Primo, and Whole Foods.

Familiarize yourself with bottled water brands that sell reverse osmosis water:

  • Aquafina: Pepsi-owned Aquafina boasts a network of over 40 purification locations across the US and Canada, utilizing state-of-the-art systems to ensure the highest level of water purity. If you visit their website, you’ll find a product locator that tells you where to find Aquafina products near you.
  • LIFEWTR: High-end water brand that adds electrolytes into their water and guarantees a balanced pH. On top of that, the company prioritizes sustainable practices such as recycling and utilizing eco-friendly materials and processes in its operations.
  • Essentia: Essentia is another premium brand that utilizes reverse osmosis and electrolyte infusion to produce alkaline water with a pH of 9.5. Their main goal is to offer filtered, healthy drinking water while remaining a sustainable choice for all.
  • Penta: Penta’s water is purified through a comprehensive process consisting of multiple treatment methods, including reverse osmosis, ultraviolet treatment, deionization, and ozonation.
  • Dasani: Dasani’s water purification process includes reverse osmosis, followed by the addition of a proprietary mineral blend that gives the water a superior taste. The brand also caters to customers with different preferences by offering various flavored options.

If any specific brand caught your eye, you can buy RO water from them by visiting their website. Most brands have online shops to order their products or a list vendors that sell their products.

Can You Make Reverse Osmosis Water at Home?

Making reverse osmosis water at home is incredibly easy since all you need is a reverse osmosis system. That said, buying a reverse osmosis system is a big investment, but if you drink RO water regularly, it might be the most cost-effective solution in the long run.

Reverse osmosis is the process of passing water through a semi-permeable membrane in order to filter out contaminants. The screen on the filter catches any molecules larger than hydrogen and oxygen molecules, meaning that water can freely pass through the RO system while everything else gets flushed.

There are many different models to pick from, and you can spend as much or as little on these units as you want.

Under-sink models have a more complex installation process, but they automatically filter the water once you turn the faucet on without delay.

Countertop RO models don’t require any installation, but they need to be filled up manually.

Both systems come with pros and cons, and it’s up to you to decide which of them is more convenient for your needs.

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Scott Winfield
Scott Winfield
My name is Scott Winfield and researching and writing about water filters and other strategies to purify water has become my full time passion in recent years. I'm glad that you found our site and you can look forward to authoritative and well researched content here to help you get the best in water.
2 Comments
  1. Hi, I have delivered 3, 3 gallon bottles of Zephyrhills water it doesn’t say any type bottles do say bpa free on them.I get them through Reddifresh the company that delivers, here in West Central Florida. Am I not getting the best for myself? Thanks

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