Our warranty info has to be in legalspeak...here goes:
One Blue Dot LLC dba bluedot warrants the bluedot and bluedot hardware (not including the replaceable filter element) against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for one (1) year from the date of original purchase by the customer/end-user (in the instance of bluedot pre-orders, it will be from the date of shipment to the customer/end-user). This limited warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear, breakage from dropping or contact with other objects, damage from accidents, misuse (including failure to follow product documentation), neglect, disassembly, alterations, and external causes such as thermal or environmental conditions.
This limited warranty does not apply to the bkr bottle (please view bkr's warranty information on their website).
Now that's all over with, make sure you follow bluedot's instructions (we promise they're really easy) and contact us if you need any help at all before or during the install. We promise we're real people and we're super helpful! If you run into a problem down the road or if you snap a part of your bluedot off somehow, shoot us an email.
Water Pressure: bluedot is meant to handle pressure up to 75 psi. bluedot can also handle a pressure spike of up to 125 psi. Typical water pressure in any home in the US is between 40 and 60 psi. bluedot's minimum water pressure is 35 psi and maximum pressure is 75 psi (well above typical water pressure in the majority of homes). If your water pressure happens to be super high, contact us and we'll be happy to help.
Water Flow Rate: bluedot is meant to handle flow rates up to 2.2 gallons per minute. For reference, bathroom faucets have a typical flow rate anywhere between 0.5 and 1.5 gallons per minute (gpm). US federal regulations cap kitchen faucets at 2.2 gallons per minute. If your kitchen faucet is older, it may flow higher than 2.2 gpm, so in that case you might see a slight reduction in flow with your bluedot, down to regulation 2.2 gpm.