Why water purifiers are getting cheaper and more useful
With its sleek, modern design and a low price tag, the Panasonic Lumix PG-W510 will soon be making its way to homes in Canada.
But that’s not the only brand that has come up with an innovative water purifying system.
The Panasonic Lumia 1000, which comes in a range of sizes and comes with a built-in battery, is one of those devices.
It uses the same technology as the Panasonic P2, but instead of a rechargeable battery it uses a lithium ion battery instead.
The Lumia 2000 uses a similar technology, but the battery uses a ceramic electrolyte.
And while the Lumia P2 is a cheaper option, it doesn’t offer the same range or a longer life.
With the Panasonic PG-w510, it can deliver up to 1,000 liters of water in a single charge, according to Panasonic.
The battery also has an electronic valve that shuts off when it’s about to drain the battery, so there’s no need to worry about draining the battery every time you use it.
The company says the PG-wa510 can be used in homes and commercial areas, but also uses it as a water filter in schools, parks, swimming pools and other public places.
For some, it’s a cheaper alternative to a dedicated water purification system.
But for others, it might be a bit of a waste of money.
The PG-wan510 will be available in Canada starting April 3.