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Brita Classic Water Filter Pitcher, White, 6 Cup
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- Space saving, white, 6 cup water filtration pitcher with 1 advanced filter
- 1 Brita water filter can replace 300 standard 16.9 ounce plastic water bottles
- Reduces chlorine taste and odor, zinc, copper, mercury and cadmium
- BPA free pitcher with easy fill lid and comfort grip handle
- Filter indicator for tracking when to change the water filter
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|Dimensions||9.69 inches x 7.24 inches x 7.24 inches||10.47 inches x 10.94 inches x 5.59 inches||4.2 inches x 10.6 inches x 9.1 inches||10.71 inches x 11.2 inches x 4.69 inches|
|Item Weight||1.75 pounds||2.29 pounds||1.6 pounds||2.2 pounds|
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Size: 48 oz,One filter | Color: White
Your water filter pitcher can be ready to use in a few steps. Wash your hands before touching the filter, then flush it with cold water for 15 seconds. Insert the filter into the reservoir. Add cold tap water. The first three pitchers of filtered water may contain carbon dust. Use on plants or discard. Replace the water filter every 40 gallons or 2 months. Substances reduced may not be in all users water.
Top Customer Reviews
This one was the one most similar to the one I had. However, unlike the one I had before, this one does not keep the lid on when there is water in the reservoir trickling through the filter. This means that you can't use the pitcher easily while it's refilling unless you remember to push the lid down with one hand while you pour with the other. Not doing so will result in a disastrous spill each time as the lid will slip off pouring water all over.
Not sure how/why, but the earlier version of this pitcher had a nicely designed fit that this would not happen. Had it been available, I would have purchased it.
We've actually started using mason jars to hold our filtered water ($5 for a dozen jars beats $5 each for a decent water bottle), and we can't tell the difference between the water out of this and bottled Poland Springs (but you definitely CAN tell the difference between the filtered water and tap water!). Much more cost effective, much better for the environment.
I was a little skeptical after reading some of the negative reviews, but none of the problems other people seem to be having are difficult to avoid:
-There are a lot of complaints about charcoal bits in the water. However, the only two times I've had that happen were when I didn't follow the directions when setting up the filter, and when I let the filter dry out. As long as I soak and cycle the filter properly and keep enough water in the pitcher so that the bottom of the filter is wet all the time (you can still drain it as long as you fill it up soon), I haven't had a problem. Even if a few bits get in the bottom reservoir (it's normal to have some in the top), it's not an issue. You can't taste them, and we ARE carbon based, after all!
-I'd read that people spill water out of the top reservoir. Solution: wait for the water to filter (5 mins, tops) before you pour water.
-Lastly, I've read that it falls apart when it's being used. I've never once had this problem.Read more ›
This is a pretty simple item, works well and does the job. Since I drink a lot of water I did take off half a star because I have to constantly refill it. It takes two full tops to have the main part be full after its filtered. This means I either have to remember to let is sit and fill up the top again in a few minutes or just forget and run out of water later on (the latter happens more often).
My other half a star comes from how it isn't very well sealed. The opening on the top allows for air to enter when it is not in use. Why a big deal to me? Well what this leads to overtime is if someone leaves something that gets rotten or the fridge hasn't been cleaned in a while the taste seems to saturate my water. A good cleaning of the fridge and container has always fixed this up in the past.
I have also had roommate complain about theirs getting moldy/mildew. Now theirs had sat for months unused, they cleaned it out and replaced the filter and it is working fine since. Similar situation happened with my girlfriend's Brita and filter that sat for a long time. My suggestion would be for people to clean them out and replace the filter if it sits for a while. There is a lot of moisture stuck in the filter when it sits for long periods of time so I am not surprised that it could mildew. They say to replace the filter every few months anyways.
1)The handle. It is only attached to the pitcher at the top. The first Classic I ordered came with the handle broken off so I ordered a replacement. That's when I was able to see why it broke. The old model handle was attached top and bottom. This one attaced only at the top is just too much pressure on one point. Breaking off is a given, IMO, just a matter of time.
2)The lid. It does not cover the spout. There is a big gap there where things could fall into your filtered water. (The unfiltered part is totally covered.) On the original, there is no cover on the spout either, but the gap is slanted and so small it is not a problem. New design not nearly as good. Glad my old one is holding up so well! Of all the styles Brita offers, I'm hoping I can find a pitcher as good as the original but it is not this Classic.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect size for upstairs. I dont have to run down stairs to get a glass of brita water.Published 1 day ago by James E. Moberly
the actual pitcher i got doesn't look like the pitcher in the first image, it's a cylinder shape so if you need the more narrow oval shape i guess you should look at other... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Ducky
Holds 6 cups and it's pretty convenient. The Brita is really easy to clean, which I like.Published 17 days ago by priscilla
I had to adjust my shelf in the refrigerator to accommodate this pitcher. THe water in IOWA is so hard that it make terrible coffee and for drinking water. Read morePublished 17 days ago by phylfin
This is a very oddly shaped pitcher. Not a space saver at all, as post models have been. It does it's job, and functions properly. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Amy June
It's a water filter. It cleans water and does what it's supposed to.Published 1 month ago by wtreker
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