I'm not sure if an RO system removes Chlorine as well (I'm off to search that) but maybe that's what they have? I dunno. :/ I'd be skeptical and I'd probably e-mail them asking for more details before I bought anything from them. They do have some amazing bettas though and I love the fact that they're bred here in the US!
Still I think before I go to Aquabid I'll PM the breeders on here for pictures of their stock instead. After all; I know you guys pretty well. I can trust that you treat your fish well. =] Plus it just makes more sense. I can contact you all directly and I don't have to deal with auctions and all of that stuff. It's so much simpler! XD
Ok so I just did some quick research on RO water and RO/DI water. Apparently it's used in reef aquariums because it removes chlorine, chloramines, and heavy metals with the carbon pre-filter, and then the RO membrane (RO stands for Reverse Osmosis btw. :P). The the DI (de-ionizing) takes care of the dangerous ionized water.
I got this info from an FAQ
made by an RO filter and installation company that showed up on the Google search and a Wikipedia article
. So you can take it or leave it. :P
I think it's worth e-mailing them about but I don't feel the need to get an Aquabid account just to ask them if they have an RO/DI system! XD If someone on here has an Aquabid account and feels like asking then posting back with the answer it'd be pretty cool though. =]