NewAir WAT20W Water Dispenser Video Review

The NewAir Pure Spring WAT20W BPA Free Hot/Cold Water Dispenser is a dependable, reliable, and efficient way to enjoy great-tasting drinking water in your home .

This is a top-loading dispenser. The water bottle is placed on top and drains down into the reservoir below.  The cooler is equipped with a splashguard and water spike that makes it easy to refill. When you place the bottle on top, the spike punctures a hole in the cap and the water drains down into the tanks. This means all the water stays inside the bottle until it’s inside the cooler, eliminating the risk of spills or splashes.

The WAT20W dispenses hot, cold, and room temperature water. To use, just press the button you want, and the water pours out of the single nozzle in front. The water is stored in stainless steel tanks, which ensures it always has a crisp, clean taste. Unlike plastic tanks, stainless steel tanks won’t give the water any flavors or odors, so the water always tastes fresh.  

This freestanding water dispenser is 100 percent BPA-free and ENERGY STAR approved. It provides you with clean, healthy drinking water at an extremely low cost.

There’s also a child-safety lock on the front of the cooler, to keep children from triggering it accidentally. To use, simply press up on the tab before you press down on the button.

Six-and-a-half inches below the faucet is a drip tray, which catches any water before it runs down onto the floor. The drip tray is low enough to accommodate most  cups and glasses and is completely dishwasher safe. If it ever gets dirty, just pull it off, rinse it out, and it’s good to go again.

If you need to keep any cups and paper towels on hand, there is a small storage space in the base of the unit.

The NewAir WAT20W can dispense over a quarter gallon of hot water and three-quarters of a gallon of cold water every hour. It comes with a 1-year warranty and a lifetime of dedicated customer service from NewAir, a name you can trust.

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