Differences between Echo Go and Echo Go+
The Echo Go will produce 1.2 or 1.8 ppm of hydrogen in its 3- or 10-minute cycle whereas the Echo Go+ will produce 2.5 or 4.5 ppm of hydrogen in its 5- or 10-minute cycle. The Echo Go requires that you run a cleaning cycle every couple of days and cannot be used while being charged whereas the Echo Go+ has more advanced technology so it doesn't require a cleaning cycle and can be used while it is being charged. Also, the Echo Go+ has a digital display to countdown where you are at in the cycle.
The Echo Go+™ is made out of food-grade polycarbonate plastic, a truly BPA- and all-bisphenol-free product. It is also much lighter than glass and impact-resistant, making it easier for you to handle without the fear of breaking or cracking. PC plastic is a very tough material, which allows your Echo Go+™ to last longer while also helping you reduce long-term waste from traditional disposable water bottles. This plastic is environmentally friendly.
Echo Go™ is consciously crafted from Tritan plastic. This BPA-free material is not only kind to your health but also lighter than glass and boasts resistance to impact. That means it’s easy for you to carry without worrying about drops or cracks, and it’s a nod to our planet’s wellbeing too!
Both bottles hold 9 oz of water and need to be used with unchlorinated water. Do Not use Tap Water.
If, your water has chlorine in it, do not use it in either of these devices. Using chlorine in the water will harm the hydrogen generator's membrane.
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