H2o Labs Model 200 Water Distiller
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Easy-to-use Model 200 Home Water Distiller

The Most Convenient Countertop Home Water Distiller. This Classic White water distiller has a Modern Design and is Light-Weight for convenience with Easy-Fill Tap Water Reservoir. The modern light-weight design is recommended for seniors and others who may have difficulty in lifting. Although it may not boast the sturdiness of our heavy-duty Model 100 & 300 series, it produces the same quality and quantity of pure distilled water.

SKU: 200 Weight: 15.00

Regular Price: $199.00
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Product Description:

The modern light-weight design is recommended for seniors and others who may have difficulty in lifting. Although it may not boast the sturdiness of our heavy-duty Model 100 & 300 series, it produces the same quality and quantity of pure distilled water.

Features and Convenience:

  • Modern Design with Advanced Functionality.
  • Easy operation, Refill and Reset LED indicator, Energy efficient.
  • Light-weight, lift-out, easy-fill water holding tank with continuous water-feed valve.
  • Process 1 gallon of tap water in approx. 5 hours. Can make up to 4 gallons a day.
  • Distilled water begins to be produced rapidly in approximately 5 minutes.
  • 600-Watt heating element with thermal overload protection.
  • Automatic turn-off when distillation cycle is completed.
  • The thermoplastic boiling tray is easily removed for cleaning and is dishwasher safe.

Easier to use than a coffee maker! Just Fill and Start. Most convenient countertop model to operate and maintain. Light-weight tap water supply reservoir lifts out for easy filling without putting the entire unit into the sink as required with competitive models. Set it and forget it. Continuously fills boiling tray until one full gallon has been made, then automatically shuts off.

Reduced Cleaning and Maintenance. This unit has a "stick-resistant" boiling tray to help reduce scale buildup. Also since the heating element is suspended in water, much of the scale particles drop to the bottom of the tray to be easily rinsed away. This means that you can run approx. six cycles without thoroughly cleaning, instead of having to disassemble and clean your unit after every cycle. This saves time and is much more convenient to use.

This water distiller comes to you ready to use, complete with Collection/Storage Container, Activated Charcoal Pod and Anti-scale pad, (everything you need to begin making the PUREST water right away.) Counter-top unit is classic white to match other kitchen appliances.

Note: The Model 200 is a completely different design than our much-admired Model 100 and Model 300 series. Customers seem to like it’s convenience and ease of operation. Instead of a one-gallon stainless steel boiling chamber with the heating element under the tank, (as Models 100/100SS & 300/300SS have), the heating element on the Model 200 is inside the boiling tray and comes in direct contact with the source water. Also since it has an automatic water-feed system, the boiling chamber is smaller. The boiling tray is "stick-resistant" to help reduce scale buildup which reduces cleaning and maintenance. It also has a handy, easy-fill water reservoir which means that the main unit can stay on your counter instead of putting it into your sink to refill.

Attention Dental Offices: Model 200 is used by many dental offices. However, Model 100 is the preferred water distiller to make distilled water for autoclave use, and for that reason we highly recommend the Model 100 over the Model 200. Our automatic systems are also excellent choices for dental office applications. As with any water distiller, never use activated carbon pods or filters when making distilled water for autoclave use.


  • Size: 11" (L) x 10" (W) x 13" (H)
  • Unit Weight: 7 3/4 lbs. (empty)
  • Reservoir Capacity: One Gallon
  • Collection Tank Capacity: One Gallon
  • Power Source: AC 120V/60Hz
  • Power Consumption: 600W 5A
  • Material: ABS (Interior components are heat resistant, food grade plastics). Collection container is Food Grade, BPA-Free P.P. (polypropylene).

*This model is 110-120 volt to use in North America. DO NOT ORDER THIS MODEL IF YOU WILL USE IT OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA. Instead order our Model 300SSE to use in countries with 220-240 Volts such as UK, etc. or Model 300SSF to use in countries with 230 Volts such as EU, etc.

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1. Omitade on 7/28/2021, said:

I bought this water filter in 2016 and have used it non stop for all these years. The heating element went out yesterday. There is no one to fix it where I live so I am buying another. It never failed and the water was always good quality.
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2. Isabelle on 4/20/2021, said:

This is a great countertop/compact distiller unit! I need a humidifier to survive winters in Chicago. Sadly, I struggled with "white fog" from several humidifiers until I figured out that the water was really the problem. This little unit does a great job distilling water + I don't have fog! The unit isn't super fast, but it is the perfect size for the counter + beats buying 6 gallons of water every week. This is a great product that is easy to use + clean. Highly recommend!
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3. Sarah on 2/17/2021, said:

We've only had our distiller for a few weeks, but we LOVE it. So easy, and I do clean it after every use, but it only takes a minute or so. I was so tired of having to recycle the jugs of distilled water for our humidifier, and this is the perfect solution. :)
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4. Mike on 1/16/2021, said:

This is my first water distiller, it's great. I use distilled water in my humidifiers which prevents white dust from going all over everything, also for my steam humidifier, it prevents scale build up on the heating element. I did a lot of research before purchasing a distiller and based on videos I have watched and other reviews I have read, I decided to go with the model 200 and I'm glad I did. The design of this distiller addresses several of the complaints that I have seen in reviews of other distillers. First, the tank that you fill is separate from the main unit so there is no need to use a pitcher to fill it. I've also seen suggestions with other distillers to fill the tank with hot water to give the distiller a head start with boiling the water. That is not necessary with this distiller. Since the boiling chamber is much smaller, distilled water starts to be produced after a couple of minutes rather than 30 or 40 minutes after starting the cycle. While the unit does have a fan, it's not a bad sound at all. I would compare it to the sound of any other fan of this size. Another common thing that I have read about other distillers is to not let them empty all the way and to stop them 10 or 15 minutes before the cycle is complete. This makes them much easier to clean since the scale will not get burned in to the heating element. I'm guessing with many other distillers, when the boiler is empty the heating element gets hotter than when there is still water in the tank and a thermostat turns it off. The design of the model 200 distiller completely addresses this issue. On the power unit, there is a lever on the side that is pressed in by the tank that you fill. When the tank is almost empty, there is no longer enough weight to hold the lever in and this is what turns the unit off. There will be a small amount of water left in the tank and in the boiling tray so it will never empty to the point where scale will get burned in to the heating element, so you can start a cycle and not have to worry about the unit totally running out of water. This unit is very easy to clean. The scale is easily rinsed away from the bottom of the boiling tray. I know the description says you can go for around six cycles without a full cleaning, but I prefer to clean it more often to prevent the possibility of scale build up on the heating element. After every other cycle, I pour some vinegar in to the boiling tray and then put the power unit on to the base, this soaks the heating element in the vinegar. I let it soak for about 30 minutes, when I dump out the vinegar the heating element is nice and clean, again, since the unit does not run until it's totally out of water, cleaning the tray and heating element is very easy. I tried a few batches without using the carbon filter but I found that the water still had a chlorine smell and taste so I started using the filter and that solved the issue. The filter is very easy to install, it goes in to the hole on the collection container. I can't think of anything that I don't like about this distiller. With this design, H2O Labs has addressed the major issues I have seen about other distillers. This unit is well made and makes excellent distilled water that I use for my humidifiers and also for drinking. I would definitely recommend it.
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5. Dan on 10/2/2018, said:

I have been using the Convenient Easy-Fill 200 just about everyday, all day for two years now. What a great product. When mine finally gives out I'll be back in line ready to purchase another one. +++((UPDATE))+++ I originally purchased mine in 2012, and after six years and almost 1500+ gallons later mine finally gave up the ghost!!! Six (6) years!!! 1500+ GALLONS!!! Great Product!!! I'm ordering another!!!
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6. Cherie on 4/28/2017, said:

It definitely cleans the water. One reviewer was worried because it didn't leave much residue. I think some folks have more lime than others. Definitely my water has tons of lime (we also have well water). After 5-7 gallons of distilling, I have to soak the heating element for several hours to remove the lime. It's kind of a pain because you have to scrub the element intermittently with a little (non-metal) brush to assist in removing the lime and then soak it some more. I was kind of glad when the element kicked the bucket (14 months of use) then I had a good reason to order the 100 or 300 unit. I opted for the 100 unit. It's so great not having to mess with the element! So, with the exception of the lime encrusted heating element, the unit worked great for 14 months. I used it alot because I have 7 AeroGardens growing year round & they require distilled water. I wasn't about to haul 7 gallons of water from the store every week! I would have given 5 stars if it wasn't for the crusty element. If you're trying to decide which type of unit to get & you can afford the 100 or 300 unit, go with them, you won't be sorry. NOTE: The customer service has offered to fix it because it was so close to warranty & they felt it should not have died so early. That is real decent of them.
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7. Wilbur on 2/26/2016, said:

It is so wonderful to have clean and pure water to drink. No longer do I have strange "floaties" swirling around in my water glass. Our water was so bad looking that I bought special water when we had company. Even the ice cubes made from our water looked like they had miniature cotton balls floating in our pitchers of water. We have our own well that serves our home. After I used the distiller for the first time I could not believe what I had been drinking for years. The heating element was pure white and the pad had hard debris all over on it. I have to clean the pad after every use. I have used it twice but the pad is so hard and stiff that I soak it in vinegar water and wash it after every use. I have ordered an extra pad so that while one is soaking I can make another container of pure water. We are very happy and thankful to have a way to clean water to drink.
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8. Douglas on 12/26/2015, said:

I live in an area of Utah that is very cold in the winter and the forced air heater dries the air in the house. I keep 2 humidifiers running at all times. Buying distilled water in the store becomes very expensive since I go through about 3-4 gallons of water a day. I looked into distillers and found the model 200. I made the purchase and have been using it almost 24 hours a day since. It is a fantastic machine and I recommend it to anyone needing to make their own distilled water. I will tell you, follow the cleaning instructions and you will have no problems. I let it soak in white vinegar for a couple hours after making 6 gallon by filling the tray and setting the unit back into the tray to soak the heater element. After a quick rinse, it is back up and running with ease!
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9. Paul on 8/24/2015, said:

I have updated this review after getting more experience with the distiller. I bought the model 200 a few weeks ago and have made about 25 gallons of water with it. It works well. The most amazing thing about this machine is that most of the minerals left behind from the distillation drop out as little flakes that you rinse away. This is a major plus – but see below. I have been monitoring the water quality with a laboratory conductance meter, which measures in units called micro-Siemens (uS). For reference, ultra-pure laboratory-grade water is 0.06 uS, the best commercial distilled water is 1 to 10 uS, and my hard tap water is 450 uS. The water I get out of the model 200 was initially about 100 uS but soon dropped to 10 – 20 uS as the parts of the still got cleaned up by the water. This is good! I found that the product was much worse (100 uS) when I forgot to rinse out the water tray before running the machine. This distiller makes warm air and fan noise. I would not want to be in the same room with it for long, but running in a kitchen overnight would be fine. Since it’s summer now, I have been running it outside, underneath a small awning. It gets splashed with a little water when it rains, but that doesn’t cause problems. In the winter, I’ll bring it indoors. One reviewer below calculated an energy cost of 30 cents for a gallon of distilled water. That’s not quite right! During heating season, all the power used by the distiller eventually diffuses into the air, reducing your home heating cost equivalently if it is indoors. During heating season, the energy cost of this unit is approximately zero. After further use, I have two tips for users: 1. The heating element does get covered with lime scale. I tired soaking in vinegar for a while, and this helped a little bit. Then I soaked in vinegar for 12 hours, and the heater came out clean. The minimum soaking time is somewhere in between. It’s important to keep the scale down, or the heater could get too hot. 2. I rinsed out the infrared pad as directed and was disappointed to find that the first few gallons of water produced thereafter had very high conductivity – 150 uS. The water quality gradually improved again. It occurred to me that handling the pad must have left finger oils behind, contaminating it. So, the next time, I was careful to use latex gloves to touch the pad and other parts. Sure enough, the first gallon produced after cleaning had conductivity below 20 uS. The lesson is clear: don’t touch the wetted parts with your bare hands during cleaning.
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10. Annie on 5/24/2015, said:

This is a great product. So easy to use. Love it!!
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11. Corey on 5/23/2015, said:

I bought the Model 200 so I could make my own bottled-sparkling-flavored water rather than buy them from the store. The brand I buy adds salt to their product so I'd be cutting out 100mg of salt a day just from drinking my own flavored-carbonated water. This distiller does exactly what the product description says it does. It'll make four gallons of distilled water in a day. You will get a bitter taste and odor from the finished product if you don't use the included carbon filter and even if you do use the filter there still may be a hint of bitterness to the water. The instruction book mentions the taste is from VOCs that could not be removed by the device during the distillation process. I understand that almost all consumer distillers are unable to remove the VOCs without using a carbon filter. I've come to accept having a little bitterness in the water as being part of the finished product. Please note that some people may not detect the bitter taste but that doesn't mean the compounds that create it aren't still in the distilled water. Electricity costs in CA to run this unit for a full cycle to make 1 gallon of water is cheaper than buying distilled water from a store but that doesn't include the price of the distiller and the added expense of replacement filters and infrared pads. Here's some of the math I did for costs: 1 bottle of distilled water from local drug store in CA: $1.30 + tax Electricity costs in my area of CA: $.10 kWh Daily energy consumption for 1 gallon of water: (Wattage × Hours Used Per Day) ÷ 1000 = Kilowatt-hour (kWh) consumption (600 Watts x 5 hours)/1000 = 3kWh used per gallon Electricity cost per gallon: 3kWh * $.10 per KwH = $.30 So I save $1 per gallon of distilled water over buying it in the store. I plan to make at least two gallons of distilled water a day: Store bought: $2.60 ($1.30 * 2) + tax Home distilled: $.60 ($.30 * 2) Buying distilled water from a store for a year: $949 ($2.60 * 365) + tax Home distilled for a year: $219 ($.60 * 365) This does not factor in the actual cost of the unit or the cost of the tap water. I pay a flat monthly amount to my county utilities company for water and sewage so I don't include that cost in my water consumption. I just include electricity costs. If my math is right you'll notice that the distiller pays for itself well within six months of ownership. Now calculate the costs of the distiller's consumables: Charcoal filters (6 pack): 18.00 Anti-scale pad and clip: $10.00 Each filter is good for 30 gallons so I'd use 2 filters a month: $3 per filter * 2 = $6 a month in filters I'd need to buy a new pack of filters every 3 months or 4 packs of filters a year = $72 in filter costs a year. Also figure in buying one anti-scale pad a year and my cost to run the distiller for a year breaks down like: $219 for electricity $72 for filters $10 for anti-scale pad --------- $301 a year to make 720 gallons of distilled water The cost is still 1/3 the yearly cost to get store-bought distilled water.
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12. Angela on 1/23/2015, said:

I've seen some crazy looking distillers on the internet and I'm sooo happy I purchased this. VERY easy to use and I couldn't be happier. The carbon filter insert stopped working after a month but I find I don't need it. I put through a Britta afterwards but the water tastes fine to me without. You may wish to purchase an extra pad barrier as the flouride eats it away after a couple months. I LOVE THIS PRODUCT and feel it's the best thing I could have done for myself!
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13. TERRY on 10/16/2014, said:

Just bought the 200. Very nice, very easy to operate. No problems, so far. Hope more distillers are manufactured in this style because of the looks, convenience, and easy operation of this product. Appears to be easy to keep clean. The price made it affordable. Thank you!
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14. Teresa on 7/14/2014, said:

We bought our first one in 2012. It is great!! We are buying a second one so we can make more at one time. This is a very dependable product as long as you clean off the heating element every few cycles. Vinegar works great when you let the element soak in it overnight!! Teresa M.
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15. James on 5/28/2014, said:

It's easy like the ad says. Like Tanya I'm not completely happy with the taste of the water yet. With the filter it tastes like charcoal filtered water, without it it's worse. To me it's a synthetic taste. I may have to do some experiments to see if collecting into glass would make a difference. I'll use a Brita to filter the taste even more.
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16. Avie on 5/24/2014, said:

Another great invention, I use it for my own drinking water and for my aquarium and my cherry shrimp love it :) People don't realize that reverse osmosis filters are always on, so they even filter water that sits in your taps overnight... so they get dirty very quickly and can contaminate your water instead of clean it. This was the easiest thing to use, and very portable and simple to clean and maintain :) You guys are brilliant..
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17. Gregg on 1/13/2014, said:

I have a walk-in humidor for my cigar collection- distilled water is a must have. I use over 2 gallons a day to keep the room at 68% humidity and the Model 200 helps keep my cigars fresh and chemical free.
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18. Don on 12/19/2013, said:

My first distiller and a I could not be more satisfied. I distill water to fill our humidifier and use about 3 gallons per day. Extreme reduction on cleaning humidifier and white dust in the room. I also use excess water to refil an aquarium. And occasionally have enough left over to drink. Makes good tea compared to our hard alkaline well water here on the high planes of Texas. The 200 is a great product for the money and mine has run 24 hours a day since I got. it.
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19. Joseph on 12/3/2013, said:

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20. Tania on 11/20/2013, said:

I bought the Easy-Fill Model 200 recently. I am very happy with the model itself - the dirt is easy to pour away after the cycle compared to other distillers where it dries into stone. But the distilled water awfully smells of chlorine if it goes right to the plastic carafe (even the attached filter does not help). It does not smell when I collect it in a glass jar. So, I conclude that the odour goes from the jar itself. It is really bad, even worse than a smell at swimming pool. For now I just filter it additionally in Brita that removes the smell and use it. But what is exactly in the plastic that diffuses into the distilled water? Maybe I should distill it again? ;(
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21. Perry on 9/27/2013, said:

Exellent, easy to use, low maintenance machine. Attractive appearance, too. Very cool!
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22. Theresa on 7/30/2013, said:

I wish I had bought this a long time ago. now I cook with the distilled water in my cats drink it as well.
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