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Old 11-09-2008, 07:29   #16
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Thanks for the correction Tellie! I was just passing along what I found in my research... Sorry for any misguided info.
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Anyone have the price on a Spectra 380 with bells and whistles? Are they only available direct?
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Anyone have the price on a Spectra 380 with bells and whistles? Are they only available direct?

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We used a Little Wonder for two years - It was great. The water quality was as good as bottled water.

Ours was 12V and 6 gals. per hour. We turned it on every time we were motoring. Charged our batteries with a deck generator so we ran the watermaker while charging at anchor too.
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My experience with Village Marine, and their Lttle Wonder series dates back nearly a decade; but mirrors Hans' - excellent product, and excellent support (never needed service, so cannot comment on that).
Having installed nearly a dozen of these watermakers in the 1990's, I was always pleased with the results; and never had a customer complaint.
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We used a Little Wonder for two years - It was great. The water quality was as good as bottled water.

Ours was 12V and 6 gals. per hour. We turned it on every time we were motoring. Charged our batteries with a deck generator so we ran the watermaker while charging at anchor too.
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