Aquavie Informative - Infomercial Of Aquavie

Review by mailderrick on 2008-04-27
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA -- Okay, I fell in love with the whole idea when I saw it... But if it is truly $400+ then... Yeah... I have a few concerns, one of which is they never do tell you the price of it anywhere. Watch the infomercial even on their own website.

Laser test - at top of screen is says no minerals added,not fair because bottled water has the added minerals.

Laser test - he holds the laser at an angle for each one except their product he is absolutely at a 90 degree angle every time.

Flask - shows containments from different sources, but they never showed how they achieved the results from their source.. If I were to pour tap water or bottled water straight into the flask the results would look much different - perhaps they should boil 5 gallons of the aqua vie water down and see what is left.... Also with the added minerals.. I bet it would not look so different from the bottled water that has added minerals.

These are a few concerns of have of their little magical illusion. I like all tests to be fair and on the up and up.
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-04-27
Posted by tnchuck100 on 2008-04-27:
Your skepticism is well founded. It's just marketing. It matters little what is real. What matters is what they can make you believe. Infomercials are not designed to educate you, they are designed to sell a product.

Generally speaking, they are targeting the gullible in our society. They prey on peoples fears. The sad fact is it works. They are profiting.

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