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Kaz Usa FM-3333B Pur Vertical Faucet-Mount With 2-Stage Filtering System

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  • Enjoy filtered water directly from your tap
  • Easy One-Click Installation
  • Makes cooking with filtered water easy
  • Built-in Filter Life Indicator keeps track of your filter life
  • Conveniently provides up to 100 gallons (two to three months) of healthy clean water
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PUR 2-Stage Vertical White Faucet Mount FM-3333B + PUR Faucet Mount Replacement Water Filter - Basic 2 Pack
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Package Quantity: 1
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B0007ZYUA4
  • Item model number: FM-3333B
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,674 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)

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From the Manufacturer

PUR 2-Stage Vertical White Faucet Mount FM-3333B Includes 1 faucet mount and 1 filter

Product Description

Procter & Gamble PUR FAUCET MOUNTPUR FAUCET MOUNT -VERT WHITE 2-STAGE FILTER


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Customer Reviews

The amount of water coming out of the filtered side slowed down quite rapidly.
LMGotham
After less than a month, the plastic ring securing the filter to the faucet cracked and water started leaking and spraying.
Hope for the Best
The plastic adapter that screws on to the faucet has to support the weight of the unit, it doesn't.
Edward

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

122 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Derek Currie on July 21, 2010
Item Package Quantity: 1
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Once, long ago, PUR was a great company with great water filtering technology. I still love their filters! Unfortunately, a big bad company named Proctor and Gamble bought them and messed them over in favor of customer abuse. This was accomplished using two methods. The first method is called 'planned obsolescence' whereby their faucet mount apparatus leak and die briefly after the end of the warranty period. (It didn't used to be that way in the good old days). The second method is called 'timed death' whereby their apparatus lock up their enclosed filters at a preset volume of filtered water, whether the filter is actually used up or not.

Planned obsolescence can be overcome by calling up Proctor and Gamble BEFORE your warranty runs out, and letting them know that your PUR apparatus is squirting water all over your kitchen. Ask them to send you a replacement or a replacement certificate. If need be, call repeatedly asking to speak to the President of P&G, never taking 'no' for an answer. Then take your certificate and get another PUR apparatus. This will provide you with a lifetime for the apparatus more representative of the lifetime of original PUR apparatus. You've cheated no one. P&G's cheat on you has been overcome.

The timed death lockout of your filter is extremely easy to overcome. Pull out the filter from the apparatus. This resets the nasty timing device to zero again. Put your filter back in. TADA! You're done. Your filter will work as before. Note, however, that PUR filters do eventually get clogged with stuff. You'll know when to change it.

I hope that helps everyone restore goodness to the universe. I still love PUR filters better than any other brand and wouldn't be without them. It's P&G's customer abuse that's not worth liking. Shame on you P&G.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Lawrence L. Gilbert on March 28, 2006
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I picked up one of these (FM3333) for my office. One thing that caught my eye is that it included a 2-stage filter. We have used a single-stage on-tap filter by another maker in the past, but it clogged up too quickly, so having a filter that could trap sediment was an important consideration.

The filter holder installed on the faucet effortlessly without any tools. Our faucet has exterior screw threads, so the faucet adapter included in the package wasn't needed.

The filter itself took a little extra effort to insert into the filter holder. It seemed to be a very tight fit (but not an improper fit).

Filtered water comes out the bottom not really in a stream or a spray, but somewhere in between. It comes out at a slower rate than unfiltered, but I expected that. It's an adequate rate, not a trickle by any means.

Controlling the filter couldn't be simpler or more pleasant. Tip it backwards to bypass the filter, tilt it straight up again to filter again. The tilting action feels very smooth, no feeling of cheap-plastic friction.

Another nice feature is the gauge that shows roughly how much use is left before the filter needs to be changed. It's purely mechanical, no batteries necessary.

I recommend the Pur without hesitation.
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28 of 34 people found the following review helpful By D. Weber on April 16, 2010
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After just a couple of months, the filter developed a crack so bad that couldn't even be solved by duct tape. Useless filter.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Traveler2530 on April 5, 2008
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These filters do a great job of clearing up sediment in the water, and eliminating chemical taste. However, I've had two of the housings crack in the last year. The first was within an in-store 30 day warranty, so I simply did a switch at Lowes. The second cracked as well after four months, Lowes would not replace it. This week I'll see if the manufacturer will provide a solution. TR
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Agent Cooper on September 27, 2008
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After several months of use (< 6) the housing developed multiple hairline cracks that allow water to spew all over the place. WHAT A MESS! This thing is not worth the money. I've tried covering the cracks with epoxy putty but no use. The water just finds another way out. STAY AWAY FROM THIS THING!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mark A. Aman on May 17, 2011
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This product has really gone down hill fast. PUR used to be a fantastic company with a great product but I cannot recommend this product. The cover fell off within two days and water started seeping from the filter life display. Within two weeks hairline cracks turned into gaps where unfiltered water gushes out negating the fact that a small stream of filtered(?) water is coming out also. In short more unfiltered water leaks out than comes out of the thing. What are these people doing that are running this company? What is wrong with them and don't they know that their viability as a company and their reputation is completely worthless now? It's hard to believe that anyone would create cheap plastic junk like this. Frankly I don't trust the filter anymore either since I am sure if the main unit is so cheaply and poorly crafted that similiar quality is now going into their filters. PUR do something soon!
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful By A. Johnson on October 11, 2008
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Our house has hard water, so we purchased the PUR Plus Faucet Filtration System in hopes of making our water taste better. It succeeded in that, and that alone.

The filter goes bad FAST. We bought our first new filter after about 10 weeks of use (we're just 2 people and we're rarely home).

About a week after our new filter was in place, the unit developed a leak from the indicator window. This wasn't so bad.

Then came the spraying! A near-inch long crack appeared on the front, and it sprays water in a horizontal column at the user!

Other negatives:
*As the filter reaches the end of its lifespan, water comes out of the unit slower.. and sloooweer.

*The filter completely stops working when the filter is considered "done" by the unit. I found this most ridiculous of all: it just STOPS letting you use it when it decides the filter's no good! Who says the filter is no good? An internal mechanism that knows nothing about the quality of the water going through it? This is obviously a ploy to sell more filters!

Avoid this water filter!
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