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EcoAqua EFF-6013A Replacement for GE MWF, also Fits Amana, 3-Pack

by EcoAqua

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3-Pack
  • 3 pack of EcoAqua EFF-6013A refrigerator filters
  • Significantly reduces contaminants such as chlorine taste & odor, cysts, lead and much more
  • Filter Life: 6 months or 500 gallons (whichever comes first)
  • Easy to install and quick to change
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Product Information

Size Name: 3-Pack
Technical Details
Part Number EFF-6013A-3PK
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions3.1 x 3.1 x 5.5 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberEFF-6013A-3PK
Size3-Pack
Item Package Quantity1
Temperature Range33-100 °F
Flow Rate 0.5 GPM
Capacity Description 500 Gallons
UsageIndoor use only
  
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ASINB00E37TR8C
Best Sellers Rank #2,560 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableDecember 3, 2012
  
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Product Description

Size: 3-Pack

Product Description

Fits GE and Hotpoint refrigerators with a round white plastic filter mounted inside the refrigerator compartment above the top shelf.

From the Manufacturer

Fits GE and Hotpoint refrigerators with a round white plastic filter mounted inside the refrigerator compartment above the top shelf.

Customer Reviews

Thanks for providing a great product!
ATM
This filter fits our fridge and works just like the name brand for a lot less cost.
deb
It is easy to install and works great.
Rhett Marshall

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

206 of 208 people found the following review helpful By C. Gregory on October 1, 2013
Size Name: 3-Pack
I wanted to know the specs on the aquafresh supco filter compared to the GE model. Both filters use the same carbon block technology.

Comparing the two specs, out of the 8 categories I could compare, aquafresh was less than <1% better in asbestos, mercury, and carbofuran. Aquafresh and ge tied on lead and lindane. GE was less than 1% better in atrazine, benzine, and chlorine.

Supco's NSF certification is pending according to their site listed below.

Here are the contaminant percentages for the aquafresh:
99.78% of 1,4 dichlorobenzene
98.32% of 2, 4-D
99.34% of Alachlor
99.3% of Lead
99.92% of Asbestos
99% of Lindane
94.22% of Atrazine
94.7% of Mercury
96.51% of Benzene
99.10% of Turbidity
98.78% of Carbofuran
97.60% of Particulates
97% of chlorine
99.99% of cysts

Here are the reference sites that were valid on 10/1/2013:
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For my money, I'll save the cash and go with the aquafresh replacement.
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109 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Koby on October 12, 2013
Size Name: 2-Pack Verified Purchase
Like a good corporate citizen, I've been buying the name-brand GE MWF filters for our GE Profile refrigerator every 6 months whenever the little reminder light comes on. Over the last 2 years the price on the GE filters has risen slightly, however since my last GE filter purchase 6 months ago, the price jumped up a whopping $15 (I paid $30 6 months ago)! And this wasn't just on on Amazon, but on every online retailer I could find. Is there a sudden shortage of block charcoal? :) Who knows. Anyway, instead of paying 33% more than I did 6 months ago for the same GE filter, I decided to give these a try. I followed the instructions on the box to install them and there have been no leaks - not a drop. After flushing about a half-gallon of water through, the water tastes fine. It does taste better than straight tap water - and no worse than when I install a new GE filter (and I do pay attention this stuff). The "increased flow" of these filters is no different than when I install a new GE filter to replace a used one. Looks like we found a winner.
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74 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Jetbeech on February 6, 2013
Size Name: 2-Pack Verified Purchase
I found the specifications for this filter: (Amazon deleted my link) It is basically a charcoal and particle filter. There is not an NSF stamp on it. It says it is made to NSF standards, however, it has not been tested by the NSF. It's filtration must not be as restrictive as the OEM because it will increase your dispenser pressure and you will fill your glass at least twice as fast. It is made in Hong Kong not China as some have speculated.
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48 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Stenger on March 4, 2014
Size Name: 1PK Verified Purchase
We tried one of these filters, following the instructions completely and then making additional efforts at the vendor's request. ("Soak the filter overnight in warm water", or "run 3 gallons of warm water through it") and the filter still did not filter better than the 10+ month filter we were seeking to replace. Plus, the water pressure of the new filter was about half the strength of the old filter.

The description in Amazon for these filters claims these filters do more than the filter packaging claims. These filters do not appear to be officially certified against NSF standards 42 and 53 - I'm not sure they're officially certified at all.

I sent mine back after a bunch of wasted time and effort. For an extra $15 or so, I got the real deal, which also is certified to filter 5 common pharmaceuticals.

I believe this product is cheaper because it's inferior. My total dissolved solids tested actual detected an increase (more impurities) when I used the EcoAqua filter, which recently changed names from Supco. Check out those reviews and you'll see why they re-branded this.

They fooled me enough to get me to buy it, but not enough to get me to keep it.

If you don't care about drinking impurities, you'd be better off just changing the GE filters less often or not at all.
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62 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Mark Aldrich on April 12, 2014
Size Name: 1PK
I am online today to buy some spare replacement filters for my GE fridge. I saw this product as an alternative, and had to speak up before other folks get fooled into purchasing these things. I bought this EcoAqua at an outlet store and am sorely disappointed. Now that I have done my research on the NSF (standards testing) web site, I am removing this thing immediately. The EcoAqua is made in Qingdao, China by "HongKong Ecoaqua Co., Limited," which is in the economic development zone in Jimo, Qingdao, China. The EcoAqua is a cheap knock-off that is compatible with your GE fridge ONLY in the mechanical sense - It will fit into the fridge, but it's nowhere near as good as the OEM model from GE. And this is not only my opinion, it's based on the scientific tests by NSF for ANSI compliance ([...]). NSF does water filter testing against the "NSF/ANSI 42, 44, 53, 55, 58, 62, 177, NSF P231, CSA B483.1, INMETRO ABNT/NBR 14908, WaterMark" standards. They are like Underwriter's Laboratory, but for lots of items with a Public Health and Safety impacts.

Here's what you get from the EcoAqua product in terms of NSF/ANSI Testing:

NOTHING other than "Conforms to the material and structural integrity requirements only."

Here's what you get from the GE OEM filter in terms of NSF/ANSI Testing:

2,4-D Reduction
Asbestos Reduction
Atrazine Reduction
Benzene Reduction
Carbofuran Reduction
Cyst Reduction
Endrin Reduction
Lead Reduction
Lindane Reduction
Mercury Reduction
P-Dichlorobenzene Reduction
Toxaphene Reduction
Tetrachloroethylene Reduction

The GE OEM filter carries the NSF certified seal. The EcoAqua filter DOES NOT, and for good reason.
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