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Engdenton Faucet Filter Review

By: Craig Smith
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Engdenton Faucet Filter

In this review of the Engdenton Faucet Filter, I will go over some of the good and bad things about it. Generally speaking, it’s on par with most of the higher-rated water filters in its class.

Engdenton made a good selection when they chose to use an activated carbon filter. I know from my background in swimming pool and home water filtration that for small size applications, activated carbon filters absorb many impurities over a longer time than other filter alternatives.

That being said I was a little bit put off by the manufacturer not being more specific about exactly what this filter does remove from the water that passes through it.

That’s not a total deal-breaker because I know it removes chlorine and sediment which are the goals that most people seek by having a faucet attached water filter.

In this article, I will go over the highlights of this faucet-mounted water filter in more detail, discuss some of the reviews on it, and talk about other important factors such as its installation.

Overview of the Engdenton Faucet Filter

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I will start by saying this is one of the better-looking faucet mounted water filters that I have ever come across, even though it’s a little bulky looking. That’s because of its true stainless-steel housing that will also protect it better than faucet attached filters with plastic bodies.

It also should do at least a decent job of enhancing the water that passes through it due to its activated carbon filter.

The installation of this product is fairly straightforward, even though it’s limited in the number of different faucet types that it can be attached to.

Other nice design features are its ability to rotate completely around and it has better water flow than many comparable faucet mounted water filters.

Pros

  • Activated carbon filtration
  • Good-looking stainless-steel finish
  • Excellent water flow rate
  • 320 gallons of enhanced water produced per filter
  • The unit can swivel 360°

Cons

  • Looks a little big and bulky when in place
  • Only fits standard faucet types
  • No indicator to tell you when the filter needs to be replaced
  • Unimpressive 1-year warranty
  • No listed water quality certifications

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What to Consider Before Buying any Faucet Filter

Anyone who is looking to purchase a new faucet filter should not expect to get the same level of water quality from a faucet filter as they would with a bigger and more advanced water purification system.

These are mainly recommended for those that already have pretty good quality water and want to enhance it further to improve its taste and filter out sediment and some potentially harmful liquids. Their smaller filtration size does not allow for much more than this.

Faucet water filters are definitely not recommended for those that have high levels of total dissolved solids in their water (TDS). They simply are not very effective when it comes to removing them.

Consider the following when looking to purchase any faucet mounted water filter:

  1. The type of filter it contains and the impurities that it removes
  2. Its ease of installation
  3. The unit’s price and the price of replacement filters
  4. Product durability and any applicable warranties
  5. The amount of enhanced water produced per filter

Main Features and Benefits of the Engdenton Faucet Filter

Here are some of the highlights of this popular faucet-attached water filter:

True Stainless-Steel Shell

It’s sturdier and shinier than many comparable faucet attached water filters because of its real stainless steel outer body. Many of the Engdenton Faucet Filter competitors just have plastic bodies that are made to look like real metal.

This product is made using what is known as food grade 304 stainless steel. That will significantly add to its durability over time.

Activated Carbon Filtration

As was mentioned above I am a big fan of activated carbon filtration on smaller-sized filtration devices. This faucet filter will help improve the taste and clarity of your drinking and cooking water by removing most chlorine, sediments, sand, rust, and many types of organic matter.

The filter material is also made in a way that inhibits bacterial growth inside of it.

360° Rotation

Here is one of the more unique features of this particular water filter. It can swivel around a full 360°.

That makes it very convenient to fill everything from small glasses of water to tall water pitchers that will be placed in the refrigerator to chill the water. You can even turn it just short of being upright to use it as a drinking fountain.

Excellent water flow rate

If you have ever owned a faucet-mounted water filter before, you have probably noticed that the water flow rate out of the faucet was reduced significantly when that filter was activated.

That is not the case with the Engdenton Faucet Filter. It has a very acceptable 0.5 GPM flow rate. There is no waiting a few minutes for a simple glass of water to fill up with this unit.

Long-Lasting and Inexpensive Filters

If you have already started your faucet attached water filter shopping process, you may have noticed that the typical filter life of those products is somewhere between 100 to 200 gallons of filtered water.

The Engdenton Faucet Filter does much better than that. It can enhance some 320 gallons of water or work for 6-months before it needs replacing. Unfortunately, there is no indicator or meter on the unit that tells you when 320 gallons have passed through it.

Replacement filters for this product can be bought in packs of 1 or 2 and they tend to run under $15 per filter. Not a bad price when you consider that each filter can produce as much enhanced water as it does. Find out more about the replacement filters for the Engdenton Faucet Filter.

Installation & Maintenance

This is both a plus and minus trait for this faucet. That’s because it can be installed with no tools in a matter of minutes for the types of faucets that it fits on. There are, however, no faucet adapters that come with it, so mounting on anything but a standard faucet type will not happen.

Social Proof & Review consensus

After searching through several different review sites on this product, I have found some that nicely summarize what many of the purchasers of the Engdenton Faucet Filter have to say about it.

As with many of the reviews that I found, the one above highlights how good they felt their water tasted after installing this product.

This review backs up what I said about how easy this unit is to install. It also mentions its superior water flow.

In this last review, a somewhat physically challenged individual even claimed she had no problem installing this water filtration unit. Again, better water taste, good water flow, and the sturdiness of its stainless-steel body were mentioned.

My Overall Opinion of the Engdenton Faucet Filter

I have to say that this is not my overall favorite faucet-mounted water filter of the different ones that have been reviewed on our site. This is due to the fact there is no indicator for when the filter needs to be replaced and the manufacturer’s vagueness about what exactly it will filter out of your tap water.

That is not to say there are not some aspects of this water filter that I really like. This includes its longer filter life and the fact that it has a more durable true stainless-steel body. The ability of this water filter to swivel 360° is a pretty cool feature too.

Given all of this, it’s not a bad faucet-mounted filter choice if you have fairly good tap water that just needs to be enhanced a little to improve its taste and eliminate any odor.

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If you have poor-quality tap water, you will want to take a look at the reverse osmosis water filtration systems that we have reviewed.

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Craig Smith
Craig got his start in water working in the swimming pool and spa industry. Water treatment would grow into his main career but he ended up working in the pool industry for over 26 years where much of his time was spent balancing the water in customer's swimming pools and installing water filtration equipment. Craig offers an abundance of water treatment knowledge after helping homeowners get pure water for 26 years.

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