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Brita On Tap Faucet Water Filter System, Chrome

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  • 1 complete faucet water filtration system in chrome with 1 filter.
  • 1 water filter can replace 750 standard 16.9 ounce water bottles.
  • Reduces chlorine taste and odor, lead, cryptosporidium and giardia cysts.
  • Switch to choose filtered or unfiltered water.
  • BPA-free faucet filter system has standard filter life indicator.
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Color: Chrome

Product Description

Color: Chrome

Product Description

Keep great-tasting, cleaner water on tap for pennies per glass with the Brita Complete Faucet Water Filtration System in a stylish chrome finish. This convenient faucet filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, lead and asbestos, impurities that can be found in tap water. With the Complete System, 1 Brita water filter can filter up to 100 gallons of tap water, replacing up to 750 standard 16.9-ounce water bottles, cutting down on plastic waste. For optimum performance, the standard filter life indicator tells you when to replace the water filter. By flipping a switch, you can choose filtered or unfiltered water. This convenient system attaches easily in minutes to any standard faucet without the need for tools. It saves space and is perfect for a home or office. Where municipal water is fluoridated, this water filter system retains a healthy dose of fluoride. Get great taste, less waste and more savings from Brita.

From the Manufacturer

Keep cleaner, great-tasting water on tap for families, kitchens and cooking. Brita On Tap filtration system attaches easily to your faucet without tools, and features an standard filter replacement indicator that flashes red when the filter should be replaced. Simply turn on the tap and enjoy fully filtered, fresh-tasting water. Customer Care Number 1-800-24.
 

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Color: Chrome
Technical Details
Part Number 35618
Item Weight12.8 ounces
Product Dimensions2.4 x 6.1 x 8.5 inches
Item model number10060258356189
ColorChrome
Item Package Quantity1
Usage1. Unscrew the aerator from your faucet. 2. Determine if you need an adapter. 3. If faucet threads are on the outside, you will most likely NOT need an adapter. Attempt to attach the system directly to the faucet. If it does not fit, call BRITA Consumer services at 1-800-24-BRITA (U.S.) or 1-800-387-6940 (CANADA). 4. If your faucet threads are on the inside, you will need to use one of the adapters and washers provided. Select the proper adapter and washer that fit your faucet. If neither fits, please call BRITA Consumer services at 1-800-24-BRITA (U.S.) or 1-800-387-6940 (CANADA). Attach the base of your system to your faucet. 6. Supporting the bottom of the base system with one hand, insert the filter cartridge into the filter cup until a "click" is heard. 5. Hold the filter cartridge above the filter cup; align the Insert Groove on the lower part of the cartridge with the corresponding groove inside the front of the filter cup. 7. A green signal will flash within 10 seconds, indicating that the filter is engaged (only for Model FF-100 with Advanced Features). 8. Turn filter handle to the filtered BRITA water setting. 9. Turn on the faucet to flush the new filter for 5 minutes. (The 100-gallon filter life begins after the 5-minute flush period) Filters should be replaced after approximately 100 gallons of filtered water or about every 4 months.
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Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2010
  
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Directions
Unscrew the aerator from faucet. If faucet threads are on the outside, attempt to attach the system directly to the faucet. If faucet threads are on the inside, select the proper adapter and washer provided and attach to the faucet. Support the base and insert the water filter until it clicks. Turn on the filtered water setting. Run water for 5 minutes to flush new filter. The 100-gallon filter life begins after this. Replace filter after approximately 100 gallons or about every 4 months.

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142 of 147 people found the following review helpful By D. Couse VINE VOICE on April 18, 2004
Color: White
I don't know what it is about this product, but it just does not hold up at all. Actually, I do know what it is: cheaply made.
When it works, it works great. There is nothing like having fresh water at the tap without having to refill a pitcher every day. But it won't take long for you to realize that this device isn't made for the long term.
Within months of owning small leaks start to occur around the device. Shortly after those appear, the leaks worsen and will actually run into the water you are wanting to filter.
After spending over $100 on 3 replacements and how ever many replacement filters, I have learned my lesson the hard way on this product.
You really do get what you pay for in this product.
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128 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Noni on December 19, 2011
Color: Chrome
I see a lot of reviewers are having trouble with the base popping off. I sure know what they're talking about, but I've been using Brita tap filters for at least 10 years and never have this trouble anymore if I follow these rules. And I don't use the metal connector, I use the plastic one without any trouble. (I think the metal one will wear the threads on my faucet, so I avoid it.) Also, I'm using the other model of Brita tap filter, which has a spray setting. This one is thicker at the base for some reason. I'm not sure what kind of lever this one has for switching between filtered and non-filtered water, but I think these tips will still apply.

1. When you install the base onto the faucet, hold the base in a very level position. As you turn the ring to screw it on, you should feel no resistance at all. If you do, then you're not holding the base in the correct position. It has to be perfectly lined up.

2. Install the base with the filter as far back on the left side as possible, so that it rests against the left side of your sink's spigot. This will prevent it from moving around when you move the lever to switch into filter mode.

3. Use care when switching the settings. When you switch into filter mode make sure the water is off! Do not switch while the water is running. This causes too much sudden pressure on the filter base.

4. When you switch from one setting to the other, steady the base with one hand while switching with the other, and do so in such a way that the base doesn't twist or torque at all.

5. Watch for any hint of leaking around the connection area, and when it looks the slightest bit less than tight, it's time for a little maintenance.
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108 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Chloe Sowers on October 7, 2009
Color: White
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I'm so p... angry at this faucet I made a video to show how awful it is. I've had several over the years and they keep breaking for no apparent reason. When I bought the first one, I was worried about not being able to replace the battery. Not to worry, because they won't even last long enough for the battery to wear out! You can't even take it apart to fix it. I swore I would never buy this brand again. It is poorly constructed with cheap plastic. Instead, I bought the Culligan faucet filter. On the plus side, the water does taste good.
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94 of 97 people found the following review helpful By T. Martyn on February 13, 2008
Color: White
I bought this filter because I was tired of having tons of plastic water bottles to recycle(not to mention the environmental effects of buying bottled water). Within 2 days the filter fell right off of the tap while in use, I re-fastened it and it kept falling off. Eventually the plastic threaded fastener became completely stripped and the filter would no longer fasten on at all. At this point I sent an angry email to Brita and began to dwell on 30.00 wasted(I'm a student..). BUT I decided to see if I could find a replacement fastener piece at the hardware store, I found a QUALITY metal one(2.00) that was the same size as the cheaply made plastic original. Put the filter back on using the new metal fastener and it hasn't leaked or fallen off since and it's been about 3 months. Long story short...IF YOU BUY THIS FILTER INVEST IN A 2 DOLLAR METAL THREADED FASTENER, WHICH ANY HARDWARE STORE HAS IN THE PLUMBING DEPARTMENT.
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64 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Frank Wang on January 19, 2004
Color: White
The plastic connector to the faucet is weak. It lost tightness within 3 months and started leaking. When I tried to tighten it, the internal plastic connector broke completely. Turns out there are only 2 small pieces of plastic connecting the two. Very bad engineering. Try something else.
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72 of 79 people found the following review helpful By PositiveLogic TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 24, 2011
Color: Chrome Verified Purchase
I have been through several Pur faucet mounts.. Each of them cracked and blew up. While Pur was good about replacing them, I was tired of the hassle and switched to the Brita faucet mount. They were pathetic as well. They kept getting detached from the faucet because they used these cheap plastic couplings.

With that said, I am happy to report that this new model uses a metal coupling. We've had it up and running for the past week and it incredibly solid with no sign of leakage. Most importantly, it looks like it's going to stay on.

I feel is that everything we've used up on until now has been a beta test. This one new release feels like they ironed out the kinks. I will post an update if I find out otherwise.

UPDATE: 12/20/2011

We're in our 3rd month and this is still working fine. No blow-ups or leaks.

UPDATE 1/4/2012

Ugggh. I'm sorry to report that it cracked and sprung a leak last week. The good news is that Brita is sending over a replacement PLUS, I have viable theory on how to prevent it. Even though the faucet connector is metal, the internal components are still plastic. The unit seems to be designed to withstand a certain level of pressure. My recommendation (which I will follow) is to minimize the pressure by going easy on how far turn the faucet when you're in filter mode.

UPDATE 5/29/2012

Since the most recent update, this unit has been replaced 3x...all for the same reason. It starts leaking after about 3 months. We appreciate that Brita honors their 1 year warranty by sending us new units, but it's getting annoying. Of course, I know their driver behind the willingness is they sell a lot of filters. But sheesh. Brita feel free to contact me. We love your product and what it's designed to do.
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