nice...a few gems from the section "how to improve your cup of tea"
"...how about those Taiwan ceramic kettles? I tried once and I did not any difference in the quality of the water boiled in it compared to that boiled in a glass kettle."
Your tea is guaranteed to taste different, but how much different will depend on the water used. I recommmend using normal chlorinated tap water for best results.
From my experience, bottle spring water totally changed my tea so that 2 different kind of tea actually taste the same. You may have different opinions or experience, so carry out your own tests.
Sounds like this guy used a very high mineral content spring water, which can dull teas into flat similar things. Perhaps he doesn't like to try things more then once.
Perhaps pots and clay are their forte...from their da hong pao clay blog post....
(the Lumenis One is for treating skin disorders like varicose veins, sun damage, rosacea etc)
"Tea-making characteristics: the teapot can easily infuse tea once warmed up in advance; the tea tastes pure and mild, flavorful and smooth, just like the Lumenis One; hence teapot fans name it lovely: killer of tea fans."