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    Nanostick anyone?

    I couldn't really decide where to post this so please move if this is not the right place

    Does anybody have any experience with this product or any comment on the science behind it?

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    If it sounds too good to be true...

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    Is that the one Robin Williams used to flail around when he played Mork from Ork?

    Oh wait, that was the Nanu stick...

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    Even if it works exactly as they say it isn't all that useful. It supposedly oxidizes organics that come in contact with it in the presence of sunlight. So it won't affect all that much of the water, and it will only work during the day, and it is not a sanitizer, only an oxidizer so you still need chlorine. At best it could join UV and ozone as adjuncts to chlorine, but UV and ozone have the advantage of working even without sunlight.
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