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

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4.2 out of 5 stars 697 customer reviews
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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
  • Reduces chlorine taste and odor, lead and asbestos impurities that may be found in tap water
  • Replacement filter snaps on in one easy step no pre-soaking required
  • BPA-free Brita water filter cartridges in a chrome finish
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Product Description

Color: Chrome

Brita BPA-free filters reduce chlorine taste and odor, and filters out lead, asbestos and particulates impurities that may be found in tap water, so that you get healthier, great-tasting drinking water. This convenient 2-pack chrome finish BPA-free Brita Faucet Replacement Filter fits all models of Brita Faucet Filtration Systems. One water filter can replace up to 750 standard 16.9-ounce water bottles, better for the environment and for your wallet. The Electronic filter indicator lets you know when to replace the filter or sign up for filter change reminders on-line. With Brita, you can keep great-tasting filtered water flowing every time you turn on the faucet.

Product Information

Color:Chrome

Technical Details

Part Number 42618
Item Weight 11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions 6.7 x 6.5 x 2.3 inches
Origin Canada
Item model number 42618
Size 2 Pack
Color Chrome
Item Package Quantity 2
Number Of Pieces 2
Usage 1. Snap new filter into faucet filtration system.2. Filters should be replaced after approximately 100 gallons of filtered water or about every 4 months.
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description 90 days from date of purchase

Additional Information

ASIN B000094Y1I
Customer Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars 697 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,378 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#10 in Home Improvement > Kitchen & Bath Fixtures > Water Filtration & Softeners > Faucet Mount Filters
Shipping Weight 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available April 10, 2003

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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. Substances reduced may not be in all user’s water.

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By A Customer on April 12, 2004
Color: Chrome
I have previously used the Brita water container, but the on tap water filter system is wonderfully easy to use! NO more awkard handling of a big water pitcher. I also enjoy the ability to switch between unfiltered and filtered water. It is small in size and not too bad to look at.
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I am writing a review on the whole system but it also applies to the replacement filters as well. I have had the same experience with every filter I have used from the very first day I bought my system.

I have used this product for almost 2 years now and I have to say that I am very pleased with the quality of product and the taste of my water. After I installed the item the first time it worked well for about 2 months and then started to leak around the seal. I removed the whole thing and reinstalled it nice and tight, never had a problem since. There are 2 functions that I love about the Brita On Tap system. 1.)The choice of spray or regular stream coming out of the faucet (not including the filtered water). This was why I decided to purchase this over other items that are similar priced. 2.) The swivel arm for the filter makes it very convenient to move the filter out of the way while doing dishes or for any other reason you need it to move positions. It can be a bit cumbersome looming over your sink compared to just having the faucet so this makes it nice when you need it out of your way.

I found the installation to be quite easy considering I am not the handiest man out there. Other than the one issue with it leaking the installation has been perfect. My water before using this system had a bad taste I noticed most when cooking. If I boiled noodles or anything else the bad taste was most noticeable, however, my drinking water was not the best tasting either. This Brita has fixed that problem completely. I do not have much background in science or water so I can't tell you what it removed or hasn't removed but I can assure you that I have not one bad taste in my filtered water.
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First off, let me point out that it's a bit frivolous to review these replacement filters. If you already bought Brita On Tap, then you have just two choices for new filters: white or chrome. For my kitchen, I prefer chrome.

These filters are expensive and they only seem to last a few weeks before the green light turns amber, then red, indicating that a replacement is needed. Don't trust the light. Try removing the filter cartridge, shaking it, and replacing it. In my experience, this almost always makes the light turn green again. These should each last months of casual use (~1 gallon per day), not weeks.
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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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Ordered a Brita FF-100 along with two replacement filters a few days ago, and received it today. I installed it within 10 minutes, and had the water flowing thru the filter for the 5 minute conditioning. Afterwards, the filtered water tasted GREAT...as good as or better than the Aquafina water we've been buying lately. Our normal tap water has a metallic/chlorine taste, and is just horrible. With the amount of money we've been dropping on 24 packs of the 16oz Aquafina bottles, I figured it would be a good idea to see if the Brita filter could transform our tap water into a suitable substitute. It sure did! Definitely recommended.
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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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