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Brita Water Filter Pitcher Replacement Filters, 4 Count

by Brita
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4 Pack
  • Fit all Brita pitchers
  • One Brita pitcher filter can effectively replace as many as 300 standard 16 ounce bottles
  • Reduce chlorine (taste and odor), copper and mercury content. Substances reduced may not be in all users' water.
  • Replace filters every two months (or 40 gallons) to keep water tasting great
  • BPA-Free
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Product Details

Size: 4 Pack
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 5.6 x 2.3 inches ; 14.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000CF98Q
  • Item model number: 42432
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,813 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,171 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 4 Pack

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Brita Pitcher Replacement Filters are universally compatible with all Brita pitchers, including the compact Brita Slim Pitcher. Featuring a unique design that reduces the potentially harmful impurities and unpleasant flavors found in tap water, these filters offer you the nourishment of healthy, great tasting water with every glass. By using Brita Filters, which are now recyclable, you support the environment by cutting down on bottled water waste.

For your convenience,
Brita Replacement Filters
are also available in:
Packages of Three
Packages of Five
Packages of Six
Packages of Ten
A Package of One









Brita filters optimize your drinking water to be healthy and great tasting every time.


Each Brita filter helps reduce waste by substituting for an estimated 300 water bottles.
Enhance the Quality of Your Drinking Water
Brita Filters provide you the natural benefits of water by cutting down on unwanted substances. Specially engineered with an Ion Exchange Resin, these filters grab hold of impurities found in tap water like lead, copper, mercury, cadmium, and zinc to reduce their presence in your drinking water. The taste and odor of chlorine is decreased with a sponge-like filtration system, giving your water a clean, fresh taste every time.

Refresh Your Body and Mind
The health benefits of water are wide-ranging. Water helps keep your skin glowing, your mind working, and your body moving by aiding in metabolism, detoxification, and the transport of nutrients to all organs. Brita appreciates the importance of water to human wellbeing and has created products that enhance the quality of your drinking water so you get the nourishment you need in a fresh, healthful way.

Brita Filters should be changed every 40 gallons or two months and are not intended for use with microbiologically unsafe water.

Reduce Waste and Help the Environment
Using Brita filters is an effective way to reduce waste. Each filter equals about 300 water bottles, many of which end up in landfills. Even better, Brita filters can now be recycled thanks to Preserve's Gimme 5 Program.

Brita Pitcher Replacement Filters are universally compatible with all Brita Pitchers, including the Aqualux, Atlantis, Classic, Chrome, Deluxe, Grand, Riviera, Slim, and Space Saver pitcher models.

About The Brita Products Company
The Brita Products Company is a leader in the production of freestanding water-filtration systems designed to improve the quality of drinking water by reducing its impurities. Heinz Hankammer, the company's creator, realized the need for enhancing the healthfulness and taste of potable water in 1966. He and his family first accomplished this goal under a pear tree in the family garden and have been working to carry out their mission ever since. The company is named after Heinz Hankhammer's daughter, Brita. As a corporation, Brita is committed to community and environmental outreach through projects like FilterForGood.com, a campaign dedicated to the reduction of bottled water waste.

What's in the Box
4-pack Brita Replacement Filters

Product Description

Brita Replacement Filters fit all Brita pitchers and dispensers. The filters are BPA-free and reduce chlorine taste, odor, mercury and copper.  Replace them every two months (40 gallons) to keep your water tasting great. Substances reduced may not be in all users' water.

Important Information

Directions
1. Soak new filter. 2. Insert filter into reservoir. 3. Add cold tap water.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Fit my Brita filter perfectly and work well.
Holly Burke
Much better pricing then where I was buying just a two pack at a local store.
Thomas Gutshall II
The water tastes better after being filtered.
S. Kinsey

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

464 of 483 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 21, 2002
Size Name: 3 Pack
We always kept two boxes of these on hand as replacements when we used our Brita filter pitcher (we went to an in-line because we drink so much filtered water --we'd go through 40 gallons in no time, but that is a LOT of water.) There are three "gotcha's" on these filters to be aware of:
1. Do not let the filter dry out. When the pitcher is empty, you should refill the reservoir right away. When the pitcher is full or partly full, the bottom of the filter is in the water and keeping moist.
2. The filter needs to be soaked and flushed exactly according to directions. Some of the charcoal packing comes off in the flushing process, and if you don't take care of it, you will have specks in the water. This is no big problem, just something to be aware of.
3. Never put overly warm or hot water through the filter.
If you follow the directions, you will have, as we did, gallons of water that cost a lot less and taste as good or better than the water you buy in plastic containers in the supermarket.
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90 of 99 people found the following review helpful By "bookville" on February 3, 2002
Size Name: 3 Pack
I have been using Brita filters for over six years now and I have nothing but the best to say about them. Living in a part of the country where the tap water contains impurities resulting in poor taste, at first I resorted to bottled water. Besides being hard on the old wallet, I found that some brands had a burnt aftertaste to them. So I tried Brita. I was amazed at how it improved the taste of ordinary tap water. It tasted better than some bottled water I had been purchasing and it was crystal clear. I have been using Brita ever since. The only drawback initially is the cost of the pitcher, but once you have it the only other cost are the filters that are readily available at most stores. Each filter lasts about 40 gallons, which translates into getting bottled water quality for seventeen cents per gallon.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By S. Kinsey on April 15, 2012
Size Name: 10 Pack Verified Purchase
I read the reviews for this before buying and wanted to leave my own as the newest review was for a year ago.

This is a 10-pack of Brita filters, for a pitcher. They fluctuate a bit in price, but the deal here (I paid $47) is decent. You may be able to find them elsewhere for cheaper, though the warehouse stores do not consistently carry these filters, so it's up to you whether you want to shop around to find them for <$5 each. I ordered these and they got to my house <24h later, which I prefer to driving around town. The deal seems solid.

The second point I wanted to address was whether these are "old filters". They are new, unopened, in the org packaging, etc. I don't know that carbon filters even expire, but these look new and work just fine. The water tastes better after being filtered.

Finally, some reviews mention that, although the listing is for a 10-pack, it's really just two 5-packs. This is half true. The filters arrived in a big box that looked just like the picture above. When I opened the box, it contained two smaller boxes of five, like you would find at the store. I thought "oh cool, these will be easier to store in my basement than a big box." Each filter is individually wrapped, so I don't see what the big deal is. That said, if you have trouble with 2 x 5 = 10, then these are not for you.
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98 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Jay Riemenschneider on December 22, 2002
Size Name: 3 Pack Verified Purchase
In California the water tends to be very hard. I purchased an under the sink two stage water filtration system and thought the problem would be solved. The water still tasted bad so I bought a Brita pitcher filter. Unbelievable! It tasted so good. I think it's because each filter has silver oxide particles mixed in with the charcoal and it softens the water very well. I wish I would have tried this filter first.
Since moving to the east coast I still find that these filters do a great job at making the water taste as good or better than bottled water at a fraction of the cost.
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48 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Jon Kreisler VINE VOICE on August 9, 2006
Size Name: 3 Pack
The Brita pitcher water filtering system is a good idea if you have problems with your tap water. Filtered water is a much lower cost than bottled water and as long as your tap is running, you can have an almost endless supply.

I live in New York City. The water quality is variable at best. The city constantly monitors water and "adjusts" additives to combat bacteria and other pollutants. Often, especially in the summer months, the chlorine level is very high.

The Brita filter takes care of the chlorine problem and removes other additives, as well.

The result is clear, fresh & pure tasting water that is excellent for drinking, cooking, beverage making and ice cubes (bad ice cubes can ruin a drink.)

Heed the instructions about filter replacement. The filters are rated at 40 US gallons each. If you exceed the recommended filter "life", you will definitely notice diminished results. This is especially noticeable with chlorinated water. The smell returns and the filtered water does not taste as good any more.

All-in-all, this is an excellent filter, but it's no speed demon.

The only real problems I've noticed are with the pitcher timer breaking and the poor results if you leave the filter in the pitcher too long (beyond the 40 gallon estimated limit.)

Also, do not allow the filter to dry out once you've started using it.

Buying the larger packages of filters saves money and is worth it, in the long run.
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