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Brita Stainless Steel Water Filter Pitcher, 8 Cup

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  • 8 cup brushed stainless steel water filter pitcher with 1 filter. Packaging may vary.
  • 1 water filter can replace 300 standard 16.9 ounce water bottles
  • Reduces chlorine taste and odor, zinc taste, copper, mercury and cadmium, often found in tap water
  • BPA-free with locking easy-fill lid and premium grip handle
  • Electronic filter indicator tracks when to change the water filter
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  • Product Dimensions: 10.4 x 4.9 x 10.9 inches ; 2.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B009LHJSU6
  • Item model number: 10060258357926
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Designed with brushed stainless steel for an elegant, modern look, this compact, oval-shaped water filter pitcher holds up to 64 ounces of water and features a premium soft grip handle, an electronic filter-change indicator, and a locking lid. The Brita Stainless Steel Pitcher system reduces contaminants and unpleasant tastes in your drinking water (see below). Using the Brita Stainless Steel Pitcher is an easy way to help the environment by reducing your use of disposable plastic bottles.

Brita Stainless Steel Pitcher Product Shot

Sleek stainless steel pitcher holds up to 64 fluid ounces. View larger.

Brita Stainless Steel Pitcher Product Shot

Features locking lid and contoured handle for easy use. View larger.

Elegant, Compact Design with 8-Cup Capacity

The stylish Brita pitcher features a brushed stainless steel exterior with a fingerprint-resistant coating and a compact, oval shape that holds up to 8 cups or 64 ounces of water. The water filter pitcher is constructed with BPA-free plastic.

Convenient Locking Lid and Easy-Grip Handle

The easy-to-use pitcher features a fill-lid that opens and closes easily, making it easy to refill with tap water from your kitchen faucet. The Brita pitcher is designed with a contoured handle for a sure grip when pouring water, and the lid locks in place to prevent accidental spills.

Reduces Impurities and Chlorine Taste

The Brita Stainless Steel Pitcher provides a simple, effective way of reducing impurities and unpleasant tastes from tap water. The activated carbon in the filter reduces the taste and smell of chlorine, while the ion-exchange resin reduces copper, cadmium, mercury, and the metallic taste of zinc*.

Brita products are certified under National Sanitation Foundation International (NSF) and the Water Quality Association (WQA) Gold Seal Product Certification Program for meeting or exceeding industry standards for specified contaminant reduction, structural integrity, and material safety.

Replacement Filters Are Easy to Use

The Brita Stainless Steel Pitcher comes with one filter. Additional Brita replacement filters (sold separately) work with any Brita pitcher. The Brita Stainless Steel Pitcher includes an electronic filter-change indicator on top of the lid that lets you know when it's time to change the filter. Each replacement unit filters approximately 40 gallons of water and should be replaced every two months or 40 gallons.

Reduces Waste from Plastic Water Bottles

The Brita Stainless Steel Pitcher allows you to be kinder to the earth by reducing the number of disposable plastic water bottles that you use. One Brita pitcher filter can replace as many as 300 water bottles**, many of which end up in landfills. Plus, Brita water filters are recyclable through a partnership with Preserve, a company that produces products such as toothbrushes, cups, and cutting boards using recycled items.

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 its FilterForGood campaign, which is dedicated to the reduction of bottled-water waste.

What's in the Box

Brita Stainless Steel Pitcher and one water filter.

*Substances reduced may not be in all users' water

**Standard 16.9-ounce bottles

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At a Glance:
  • Reduces copper, mercury, and chlorine (taste and odor) from tap water*
  • Brushed stainless steel and fingerprint resistant exterior for an elegant look
  • Compact, oval-shaped pitcher holds up to 64 fluid ounces
  • Locking lid and premium soft grip handle for easy use
  • Electronic indicator indicates when to replace filter
Brita Stainless Steel Pitcher Product Shot

Filter removes impurities and unpleasant tastes from tap water.
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Important Information

Directions
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.

Customer Reviews

Obviously this is a pretty serious design flaw that i've reported to Brita.
Christian Simmons
All in all, this pitcher and filter work very well - the water tastes good and the pitcher is very attractive.
Book and Dog Lover
If you fill it with too much water, it goes down the handle, and seems to leak out of the bottom.
Christina P.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

196 of 196 people found the following review helpful By Christian Simmons on January 17, 2013
Despite a classier design which really is quite nice looking, there is a flaw in the construction of this model of Brita pitcher.

When filled to an average level in the top containment area, the water finds its way down a channel between the plastic interior and exterior metal casing. The water leaks down the device and collects inside the container, but outside the plastic water containment area. It pools inside at the base where the metal meets the plastic foundation and leaks from there. The only solution is 1) when filling, to fill less than you'd imagine. 2) Fill as usually but be VERY careful to not tip the device at all so that the water doesn't leak down this channel. or 3) just fill it up and leave it in the sink till the water leaks out the base.

Obviously this is a pretty serious design flaw that i've reported to Brita. I've also bought multiple versions of this same pitcher to diagnose whether or not the first one was a lemon. Unfortunately they're all the same.

Beyond just being annoying, there is a high probability that mold will become a problem - as the interior of the device is always getting soaked in a place you can't access, clean, or wipe dry.

Whether or not this is a deal breaker is up to you, considering the pleasing design of the device - even i kept my last one, but still - it's disappointing to always worry about the leaky pitcher.
I've reported it to Brita, and hopefully they'll fix this issue in a future re-design.
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81 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Scorptress on December 20, 2012
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This claims to be better than plastic pitchers due to plastic changing the property and flavor of water. I do prefer my beverages, especially water, to be contained in a glass or stainless steel container. This product is advertising that fact, yet the clear portion the pitcher that the water touches, as well as the filter holder the water runs through, are both made of plastic. Now tell me how that makes sense or is at all helpful? I am tempted to return this thing, but I have not seen one made from all glass or steel as of yet. Seriously Brita?! I thought you were better than that. I don't like "trickeration".
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79 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Vivian B. Gowallis on March 1, 2013
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this item is PLASTIC not stainless steel. only the outside is partially stainless, but the water is in the plastic portion. buyer beware. I returned it immediately.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By TechMSS on August 19, 2013
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I wanted to love this pitcher. It is beautiful and it performs with traditional Brita effectiveness. However, it comes with a fatal flaw. As others have mentioned, if you overfill the picture, the water flows outside the water bin but inside the case. It's hard to describe, but the end result is water dripping down on the inside of the case, through the seams on the bottom, and making an absolute mess on your counter or refrigerator shelves. It is incredibly unfortunate that the case was designed this way, because it means you have to be extremely careful about how you are filling it. Ultimately I still do use this pitcher, but I would definitely not recommend buying it. Go with a pitcher that does not have a design flaw.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By P. R. Heemskerk on September 5, 2013
As some of the other reviewers have noted as well, this pitcher has a serious design flaw. When filled with water, the water finds it way through a crack between the plastic container and metal housing. First of all, you have to be careful to fill it not too high otherwise your countertop will flood, and second, what does this water leakage do to the cracks in between the two materials? Mold/mildew, bacterial growth? Who knows? I reported this to Brita and they told me to simply not fill all the way up. Great advice, Brita. Why don't you fix a serious design flaw? It cannot be that hard, can it?
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By CCM on December 13, 2013
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This product was advertised as stainless steel, it is not. It has a stainless steel section outside, but the interior is all plastic. It also drips, which is something that I was okay with for a $10.00 water pitcher, but for one that was $46, this is not acceptable. Lastly, I paid for expedited shipping, and while that carrier said that it was delivered to my door at 7:30pm, the actual delivery did not take place until after 11pm. I am a big Amazon Prime customer, and usually I am more than satisfied with the products, but this one was a complete fail.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Colinda VINE VOICE on October 29, 2012
I looked forward to trying a "stainless steel" pitcher but it's not really that. It's the same material as other pitchers (acrylic probably) with a decorative half-cover in stainless steel. This makes it heavier although it looks stylish. Also it is larger than my other pitchers so that makes it heavy too.

I prepared the pitcher as directed with three changes of water. When i first took it apart to wash, I had great difficulty because the basin on top was stuck and I wound up prying it apart with a screwdriver, very gradually so as to not damage it. After letting it drip-dry a bit, i reassembled it but had difficulty because it does not fit perfectly and the diagram is useless.

Now for the taste test: not good. To be fair, our water tastes awful and this is the third pitcher that has failed to clear up the bad taste. To me it is undrinkable, although our dogs have adjusted to it.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By anna on November 24, 2013
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The pitcher is plastic despite its name. It leaks all over the place and after the first change of filter and an attempt to reset the digital filter monitor, it continues to blink red. in all, pretty but utterly useless
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