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If you’re in the market for an efficient water heater, then Amazon has got you covered! The Amazon Deal of the Day includes the lowest price we have seen on the Ecosmart ECO 27 Electric Tankless Water Heater.

You can get it for $360, regularly $569! While this is an investment, this water heater can save you up to 60% on your water heating costs, and you will never run out of hot water with this system.

We have one at our house (though not this brand) and love it.  Love may not be a strong enough word really.  Two showers can run at the same time, you can run the dishwasher and the washing machine and not run out of hot water.  The plus side though is not paying the bill to keep hot water warm like you would in an old school hot water heater.

Shipping is FREE on orders of $35 or more or you can get FREE 2-day shipping with Amazon Prime.

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    • Chad L.

      We just installed one of these water heaters (although perhaps a different size) a few months ago when our old water heater went out. We love it and haven’t been without hot water since. Please note that there are hidden costs involved in the installation with this product. A certified electrician is required to install new breakers and heavier gauge wire. We are lucky and had a friend help us do it, but when i got it quoted it was very expensive. Please do your research before making this purchase.

    • Me

      I was told if you have a large family it doesn’t “save” money to buy one, as you typically have either one running all the time. Only benefit you get is never running out of hot water. Is that true? (We have 9 family members here). Also I heard the water in the winter isn’t hot, just barely above warm. Because the incoming water is so much cooler. Anybody have experience?

      • We live in SC so our winters aren’t too crazy but you set the temp it heats too and we still had scalding water with 10 inches of snow last year. We also have water coming out of a well that is normally below 50 degrees even on a hot day and it does great.

        As for money saving, I’d still guess you aren’t taking showers on day, so you aren’t having to heat water in the middle of the night or in the off times during the day.

      • guest

        My husband is in the industry. That is also what I’ve been told, that what you save withthe tankless does depend on usage patterns and how often you’d be firing it up. True you don’t “run out” but there’s a limit to how much you can use at once, so you’d need to be certain it’s big enough for your neefs. (Factor in ground water temp in the winter!) Installation of tankless can be expensive! We’ve had both kinds and you just have to know the pros/cons.