Enagic Review from Independent and Unbiased Source

enagic reviewSince the start of this year, there has been a lot of hype going around about a business opportunity that has been around for a long time.

And that business is Enagic.

Now, whilst I am not promoting this business opportunity, I have known about it for a long time.

Recently, someone I know from my mailing list tried to pitch it (albeit in a fairly subtle way) to me.

So, in my normal fashion, I have gone out there to do plenty of research to bring you this 100% unbiased Enagic Review to help you understand all about the opportunity.

You can also see my video below if you prefer to watch rather than read.


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So, What Is Enagic?

California based Enagic exists in the water purification on the MLM side of the industry. The Enagic website claims they began in June 1974 including that “Sony’s specialty trading operation, the precursor of Enagic began operations in Okinawa, Japan.”

Enagic appears to have gone full-scale MLM in January 2003 when they opened their first American office.

enagic scamHironari Oshiro, President and CEO (pictured on the right) began Enagic in the US.

Information on Oshiro is unclear as Enagic uses his corporate bio to promote the company itself.

An Enagic marketing document makes the following claims below:

“In 1974, Mr. Hironari Oshiro owned an exclusive Sony Dealership. In 1988 he changed the name of his company to Enagic Co., Ltd.

In 2001 he acquired 30-year-old Toyo Aitex, recognized as Japan’s highest quality and most reliable water ionizer manufacturer, manufacturing the unit in Japan as Sanastic.”

It is not clear as to why this information is not readily disclosed on the Enagic website.

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What Are The Products That Enagic Sells?

Enagic is a marketer of Kangen Water machines.

“Kangen Water is delicious water created from Enagic’s innovative water technology.

Not only do these devices filter your tap water, but they also produce ionized alkaline and acidic waters through electrolysis.

These waters can be used for various purposes, including drinking, cooking, beauty, and cleaning.”

The Leveluk DX was the first Kangen water model to go on sale in January 2000.

There are seven different Kangen water machine models that Enagic markets:

  • Sun US: $1280
  • Leveluk Jr. II: $2380
  • Anespa: $2390
  • Leveluk DX: $2980
  • Leveluk DX II: $3280
  • SD 501: $3980
  • Super SD 501: $5980

No further information about the above models could be found regarding above water machine models.

However, Enagic does make the following claims:

“with a pH of 8.5-9.5, this type of water is perfect for drinking and healthy cooking. It works to restore your body to a more alkaline state, which optimizes health.”

What About The Compensation Plan For Enagic?

The compensation plan for Enagic pays affiliates a commission to sell both to enrolled affiliates and to retail customers.

An affiliate receives commissions both directly and residually via a unilevel compensation structure as shown below:

enagic compensation plan

Overall, the compensation plan is strong but not as developed as something like My Top Tier Business which I’ve explained about before.

Performance-based bonuses are also offered.

Enagic Affiliate Ranks

The Enagic compensation plan contains six affiliate ranks. In addition to their respective qualification criteria, they include:

  • 1A: buy or sell a Kangen water machine and sell at least one machine to either a retail customer or enrolled affiliate
  • 2A: sell an additional three machines after qualifying as 1A
  • 3A: create at least 10 Kangen water machine sales (can be personal or downline sales), then personally sell one more machine to qualify
  • 4A: create at least 20 Kangen water machine sales (can be personal or downline sales), then personally sell one more machine to qualify
  • 5A: create at least 50 Kangen water machine sales (can be personal or downline sales), then personally sell one more machine to qualify
  • 6A: create at least 100 Kangen water machine sales (can be personal or downline sales), then personally sell one more machine to qualify
  • 6A2: have at least one 6A ranked affiliate in your downline
  • 6A2-2: have at least two 6A ranked affiliates in your downline
  • 6A2-3: have at least three 6A ranked affiliates in your downline
  • 6A2-4: have at least four 6A ranked affiliates in your downline

Commission Point Structure

The compensation plan with Enagic is based on points earned upon the sale of a Kangen water machine.

The sale of a water machine is worth 8 points, one point of which is equal to the following across the Kangen range:

  • Sun US ($1280): $80
  • Leveluk Jr. II ($2380): $160
  • Anespa ($2390): $180
  • Leveluk DX ($2980): $225
  • Leveluk DX II ($3280): $235
  • SD 501 ($3980): $285
  • Super SD 501 ($5980): $400

The amount of points earned by an Enagic affiliate may earn is limited to six and the amount specifically determined by their Enagic affiliate rank.

Direct Commissions

When a direct sale is made by a Kangen affiliate to either a new affiliate or retail customer, they receive a commission based on their respective rank point rate.

Basically, it is possible for two affiliates to be paid a different amount for selling the same product should they be ranked differently.

Residual Commissions

Enagic pays out residual commissions in a unilevel compensation structure.

In a unilevel compensation structure, an affiliate is placed above a unilevel team. The team is comprised of each personally enrolled affiliate which is directly below the top affiliate:

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Should a level 1 affiliate enroll a new affiliate, they will be placed on Level 2 of that original team’s unilevel affiliate.

Thus, all of the new affiliates enrolled by Level 2 affiliates will be placed on Level 3 ad etc down the infinite number of theoretical levels.

However, Enagic places a cap on the payable amount of unilevel levels at eight. These commissions are based on points and are paid out in an established formula.

Educational Allowance

The Educational Allowance does not have a thing to do with education despite the misleading name.

It is merely a bonus paid to affiliates of a certain rank along with the already paid out commission.

Leadership Bonus

A Leadership Bonus is a $40 bonus paid to affiliates who achieve a specific rank. Whenever a sale is made by an affiliate unilevel team this Leadership Bonus is paid out.

For the Leadership Bonus there are no specific restrictions, even though it is only paid out until another affiliate reaches the same rank in that same unilevel leg.

Group Sales Incentive Bonus

The Group Sales Incentive Bonus is designed very similar to the Leadership Bonus except that it pays a percentage commission of the sales made by an affiliate’s downline.

The exact amount of a percentage pay out is based on the ranking of the Enagic affiliate.

International Bonus Pool

A 3% cut is taken of company-wide sales volume by Enagic and is paid out to the higher ranked affiliates based on specifically laid out qualifications.

Despite the Enagic compensation plan clearly stating that shares in the International Bonus Pool are “distributed proportionately,” there is no more elaboration on exactly how this is done.

How Much Does It Cost To Join Enagic?

There is no cost to obtaining an affiliate membership with Enagic.

*In order to qualify to be paid any commissions, an affiliate is required to sell or buy a Kangen water machine unit.

Should the affiliate opt to buy a machine themselves, depending on which Kangen water machine they guy- the de facto cost of the Enagic affiliate membership would cost $1,280 to $5,980.

Is Enagic Legit Or A Scam?

From what I have learnt, Enagic has a completely legit retail offering.

Having said that, as with any network marketing deal, you will still get a lot of people questioning if there is a Enagic Scam taking place.

And to be honest, this is nonsense. With this opportunity, retail activity is encouraged in a similar way to something like Sisel International which I covered in a recent blog post here.

This is just negative people who disagree with the concepts of network marketing. So, they go and call opportunities pyramid schemes and scams.

No, it’s not a scam. It’s a proper business opportunity.

My Enagic Review Final Thoughts

Whilst the opportunity has a proper retail offering, this doesn’t necessarily mean you will succeed.

If you want to succeed with Enagic or any opportunity, learn lead generation so you can build a proper team.

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