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These filters are wonderful!,
Since I had had previous experience with Pur water filters, we purchased a side-by-side water and ice dispenser Whirlpool fridge over a year ago that uses these filters and they have made a huge difference in the quality of our water. We live in Riverview, FL, a suburb of Tampa, and the water here is so foul that I sometimes wonder if I have an odor from it after I shower. Since it smelled that bad coming from the tap I knew I was not going to drink it, cook with it, nor give it to my cats. So, to save us the expense of buying bottled water, we bought the fridge. Yes, the filters are expensive, but they are Pur water filters which, in my opinion, are better than Brita. I would rather have the expense than get sick drinking nasty water. Since I use the filtered water for just about everything, I have to replace my filter more frequently, but it is well worth the cost.
To save a few bucks, I order my filter online and three at a time; this usually saves me $3-5.00 per filter. Just search for the item number of the filter and you will find several places that sell it either as a single, a three-pack, a four-pack or a six-pack. Obviously, the more you buy, the more you save.
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Initial post: Apr 17, 2010 7:56:06 PM PDT
Elizabeth M says:
I think your part of the country- as my part of TX has some of the country's worst water. (See http://www.ewg.org/tap-water/ ). Ugh.
Posted on Oct 12, 2010 12:56:35 PM PDT
Check the prices - currently a two pack is over $2 cheaper/filter than the 3 pack. Buying in bulk doesn't always help - sometimes they're just trying to sucker you into the illusion of it.
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