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Vevor 4L Water Distiller Overview & Review

Disclaimer: Vevor sent this product to us for free for a review. That does not affect our opinion about the product. In this article, we list both what we like and dislike. Read more about this here.

The Fast Water Distiller By Vevor

Clean water is essential to keep us all alive, we have used filtration systems in our RV for years now and it might’ve saved us from getting sick.

Another way to make sure the water you drink is clean is by distilling it, and if you are shopping for a water distiller, you might have come across the Vevor products.

They make several different models, and they are relatively affordable compared to other options.

In this article I am going to take a look at and review the Vevor 4L/750W model. How fast is it and does it deliver on its promises?

Vevor water distiller

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First Impressions & Setup

There are a couple of things to set up right out of the box, like the handle on the included glass jar and some smaller pieces.

I filled the stainless steel barrel up to the “FULL” text found on the inside, put the inner cap and baffle on top, before lining up the glass jar with the water output and turning it on.

inside of water container

The glass carafe comes with a silicone ring that fits on the bottom, to protect the surface it sits on.

Citric acid powder is included and Vevor says to distill a full gallon of water with some of the powder before using the water for intended purposes.

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So I got that started after setting the temperature to 105℉. The button on the front lets you swap between ℉ and ℃, and the other buttons control the temperature.

display and buttons on water distiller

As soon as you turn it on, the fan on the cap turns on and after about 10 minutes the water was boiling and water started dripping out.

It took almost five hours for the first gallon to be done. It turned itself off when it was empty, which is a nice feature to have.

The outside of the barrel was warm but not burning, so I could grab it again and fill it up before turning it on again.

fan on top of water distiller

It didn’t have any issues getting another gallon done and it took just as long the second time. Because of how it makes distilled water, it’s hot and needs to be cooled down if you would like to drink it. The glass jar is easy to put in the fridge because of the nice handle, but I poured it up in a five gallon jar instead.

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We have very good clean spring water where we live, but it did leave some nasty looking stuff in the bottom of the barrel. I can’t say I noticed a big difference in taste, but it was obviously cleaner than our tap water.


The water distiller uses 750W, the inner tank is made with 304 stainless steel, and the fan blades are aluminum.

It automatically turns off when it’s done, but it also turns off if it overheats.

back of vevor water distiller
Note that I have the EU version.

The power cord is detachable, both the one on the lid (which connects to the bottom of the distiller) and the distiller itself.

It can distill 4 liters (1.06 gallons) at a time, and it takes a little over an hour for every liter.

My Review

After distilling about 10 gallons of water I have mostly good things to say about the Vevor water distiller.

I think it’s fast, and I can easily distill enough water daily to only use and drink distilled water if I would like to.

We have decided to keep a couple of five gallon jars with distilled water in storage, in case of emergencies. We’re going to cycle the water every six months or so still, but it’s great to know that it’s as clean as it will get.

distiller on the counter top

I like that the cable is detachable because it makes it easy to put away and store. I also like that the lid has a folding handle, so it’s easy to remove it without burning yourself if it just got done distilling water.

The only thing some might not like is the fan noise, but I don’t think it’s bad enough to complain about. I figured I should mention it though.

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Overall I am very happy with the Vevor water distiller and I recommend it. If I end up having any issues with it in the future I am going to update this article, but for now it’s doing an excellent job and I am happy to finally have a water distiller.

Please leave a comment if you have any questions.

by Jesse
Jesse has always had an interest in camping, technology, and the outdoors. Who knew that growing up in a small town in Sweden with endless forests and lakes would do that to you?

2 thoughts on “Vevor 4L Water Distiller Overview & Review”

  1. Hi Jesse,
    I just wanted to let you know that you need to fix the link where the Check Price on Vevor.com button is. The link goes to a 404 page. Probably, the product has been moved or cancelled.


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