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Brita On Tap Faucet Water Filter System Replacement Filters, White, 2 Count

by Brita

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  • 2 count of replacement water filters that fit all Brita faucet water filter systems
  • 1 water filter can replace 750 standard 16.9 ounce water bottles
  • Reduce chlorine taste and odor, lead and asbestos impurities often found in tap water
  • Replacement filters snap on in one easy step
  • BPA-free Brita water filter cartridges in a clean, white finish

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Brita On Tap Faucet Water Filter System Replacement Filters, White, 2 Count + Brita On Tap Faucet Water Filter System, White + Brita 3 Count Water Filter Pitcher Advanced Replacement Filters (Packaging May Vary)
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Directions
Snap new water filter into water filter system. For Model OPFF-100, change the filter every 94 gallons or about 4 months. For other Brita faucet filtration systems, replace filter every 100 gallons or about every 4 months.

Product Description

Product Description

To keep great-tasting cleaner water on tap for pennies per glass, change your faucet water filter regularly. These BPA-free Brita Faucet Replacement Filters fit all models of Brita Faucet Filtration Systems. They reduce chlorine taste and odor, lead and asbestos impurities often found in tap water. One water filter can replace up to 750 standard 16.9-ounce water bottles, cutting down on plastic waste. The filter life indicator on your Brita Faucet Filter System shows you when to change your water filter. Stock up and save with this economical 2-pack of water replacement filters in a clean, white finish. Get great taste, less waste and more savings from Brita.

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Brita's Ultra water system not only improves the flavor of tap water for drinking and cooking, it also purifies it. Brita packages two replacement water filters together to ensure that your water filter continues to function properly and that great-tasting water keeps flowing. Contaminants such as asbestos, cryptosporidium, and giardia are removed--as long as the filter is changed regularly. These filters fit readily on the Brita Ultra Faucet Filter, which is sold separately. --Lynne Sampson

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 6.5 x 2.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Canada
  • ASIN: B00004SU1A
  • UPC: 060258424027
  • Item model number: 10060258424000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (280 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #694 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Poogy on June 19, 2008
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After using Pur faucet-mounted water filters for years, and having to replace them every year or two due to cracks or leaks, I finally tried Brita. Much better design! Easier to replace, no leaks, no cracks, same water quality. And through Amazon, better price.

UPDATE:

A year later--no problems so far. One quirk of the Brita, however, is that when it's in filtering mode the stream of water is quite narrow, and forceful, so it can easily bounce off whatever it's hitting and spray around. Filling ice cube trays, for example, requires a little practice to actually have the water stay in the compartments instead of spraying everywhere else. But really, this is nitpicking. Still prefer it to Pur. And it also takes up a little less space under the faucet.

SECOND UPDATE:

After a year and a half, I accidentally broke the unit by shaking the water out of some greens over the sink and hitting it. Didn't take much, I'm afraid. But I'm going to replace it with the same unit. The reviews of the unit itself are filled with angry one-stars complaining the thing pops off the sink, but those are all for FAUCETS THREADED ON THE INSIDE. Mine is not, and I've never had a problem. (Some reviews like the Culligan. I haven't tried it, but it has no indicator telling you when to change filters. That seems like a significant feature to me--I don't want to have to keep track of when I last replaced it, and be constantly either throwing away filters with use left on them or drinking unfiltered water for some unknown period of time.)

THIRD UPDATE:

My replacement unit didn't last very long. Even with a new filter, the indicator light was always red, the water didn't taste filtered, and I suspect the water just wasn't being routed through the filter at all. I'm going to try the Culligan.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Aaron Contorer VINE VOICE on January 7, 2005
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We all know that the Brita On Tap is a nice water filter that gets the job done well. But it's easy to ignore changing the filter. When the time came to do so, I was impressed with (1) how easy it is to change the filter and (2) how much better the water flow was with a fresh filter. This purchase is a no-brainer.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C C on January 11, 2007
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I live in a city that has very high reviews for our water. Most of the time when I travel, I don't care for the taste of the water in other areas. I have a very bad habit of not drinking enough water so I bought the filter as a reminder for me to drink more water. I was amazed at the difference in the taste! There were always a few brands of bottled water that I thought were quite good. When I filter my city water it is every bit as good, if not better. The filter life is much longer then I expected. The price of these replacement filters on Amazon is much cheaper than I can get locally. For me it is bye-bye expensive bottled water!
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New York City has exceptionally clean and tasty tap water, but running the tap through this filter makes it so much cleaner. When it comes to consuming pollutants, you can't be too safe.

That being said though, filtering all your water is quite expensive especially when you have a stay-at-home spouse like I do (and my wife is from Japan, which has the highest per capita water consumption in the world). At CVS these filters cost over $22 each (that's one per package!); that's almost prohibitively expensive particularly since we use ours for literally all the water we consume for drinking and cooking (not cleaning of course), so we go through probably 1 filter per month where many might go through 2 or 3 per year. Simple math: 12*22=$264 per year. On Amazon it's $25 for two, so we pay $150 per year, or a savings of $114. Truth be told, my wife might be changing out filters faster than that because the flow dwindles down to a trickle before the indicator on the faucet attachment indicates it's time to change, so we save exponentially more money by buying them from Amazon (with free shipping due to my Amazon Prime membership).

Home economics aside, I am just astounded by how well this filtration system works. The water is, without exaggeration, crystal clear. New York City tap water is already purer than spring water, and yet we can see and taste the difference between the tap water and filtered even if it does little more than remove chlorine.

I would still be fine with straight tap water except that my wife has horrible allergies. And while the water wont trigger an allergic reaction, she is noticably healthier since we started using the Brita tap filter system.

BOTTOM LINE: Our Brita filters are now a household essential. We've used other brands, but none come even close to providing the level of filtering that these do. And buying these on Amazon has provided us a great savings.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Wisefish on November 25, 2008
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This filter makes our yucky city water taste so much better! And the filter lasted a lot longer than I thought it would. Our water has a lot of minerals in it and I figured the filter would clog up quickly, but it lasted about three months!

These filters are much cheaper than buying bottled water, are much more convenient, and there's less waste.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By colleen on February 28, 2012
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very upset, this filter no longer comes in tamper resistant plastic package so i will never buy again, it comes in an unsealed cardboard box (not even a sticker over opening)and it didnt even have the cover on the input and output you see on the bottom it used to have(not even in a sealed baggie), so they look used, dirty and scratched and you have no way of knowing if theyre new since the indicator light dies and always shows red. I just received two packages of two and they are dirty and scratched and i contacted brita and now i have to send these back to them and theyll replace them, i dont want to deal with amazon because at least coming from the brita factory i know theyre new. I will switch to another brand that comes sealed since i doubt brita sells directly to people.
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