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Brita Slim Water Filter Pitcher, 5 Cup food, White
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- One small, 5 cup Brita Slim Water Pitcher with 1 filter
- Reduces chlorine taste and odor, to deliver great tasting water
- Removes copper, mercury and cadmium, which can cause illness over time
- Sticker filter indicator to notifies you when you need to replace the filter
- Change filter every 40 gallons or approximately two months
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|Item Dimensions||10.60 x 9.10 x 4.20 inches||5.00 x 11.00 x 10.00 inches||—||10.44 x 5.50 x 10.31 inches||10.75 x 6.00 x 9.81 inches|
With the Brita 5 Cup Slim Water Filter Pitcher, it is easy to drink healthier, great tasting water. Using technology which combines coconut-based activated carbon with ion exchange resin, the Brita advanced filter reduces the taste and odor of chlorine to deliver great tasting water while removing copper, mercury and cadmium impurities that can cause illness over time. The Brita Slim Pitcher is BPA-free and comes with a sticker filter indicator which notifies you when it is time to replace your filter. Change your filter every 40 gallons or approximately every two months. The small, 5 cup capacity makes this pitcher perfect for kitchen and office refrigerators. By drinking filtered water, you are reducing the amount of plastic bottles that end up in our landfills and oceans. One Brita water filter used equals 300 plastic bottles saved. Start drinking healthier, great-tasting water with Brita today.
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.
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- It is really handy and stores enough water.
- It filters water while filling and hence does not take long to pour water and drink once it is full.
- I love the fact that it has a tight seal and hence you can pour water while it is filtering and not be afraid of unfiltered water to get into your glass.
Just one. Takes time to fill up. But I guess that's just how purifiers work
It removes the bad taste from my tap water, it is small and convenient.
However, I would never wish to use this product as my primary water filter at home. The lid is a bit of a pain -- it's a little awkward to remove when you want to refill the pitcher, and you can't tilt the pitcher too far while pouring, or the whole lid pops right off (spilling water everywhere). As advertised, it only holds 5 cups of water, and it refills relatively slowly (in fact, you'll have to fill the lid more than once to get that full five cups). Finally, there are some disconcerting black flakes (I assume charcoal) that appear in the upper reservoir. These never show up in the actual filtered water, but I've had a guest refuse to use it because of them.
The bottom line is that this filter is fine for one person who's looking for a bargain. But I wouldn't recommend it for purchase if multiple people will drink from it regularly, or if you drink a lot of water over a given day.
There are four parts to this pitcher, if counting the filter, and it is extremely easy to "dismantle" for washing (I have washed mine by hand and in the dishwasher). The main part is the pitcher itself (the clear piece) which has within it a removable white plastic insert (reservoir) that the filter fits nicely into. When filling the reservoir insert I find that for the most part it holds enough water for my daily needs. With a fresh filter the water flows through pretty quickly so at times I wait a minute (until the full reservoir is now half empty) and fill back up with water. After doing that the pitcher is at capacity with water.
After accounting for the filter the lid would be the final part of the pitcher. It fits perfectly into the pitcher and I find that it is easy to clean. The only time I feel that I need to hold my hand on it to keep it from coming off the pitcher is when I am pouring at an extreme upside down angle trying to get out the last drop of water, and even when I do use my hand it is only as a precaution.
I have had another Brita pitcher, which was round and held a little more water but I prefer this one bra sue I never feel I need to struggle and reorganize my fridge to fit it on the shelf. I feel the more oblong shape makes it more efficient space wise and I never wish it held more water. I use it daily and have loved it from day one, never regretting my purchase for an instant.
I can tell that from the very first time of using that pitcher the water during boiling does not produce precipitate anymore as it was previously without using any filtering system et all. Taking into account that this is the cheapest and simplest way to purify your water, I would strongly encourage everyone who feels that water in their area should be somewhat cleaned to start with the pitcher first, if better quality of purification will be needed one can assume using other, more advanced, methods of purification of water.
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1 small thing I noticed is that to refill, you have to manually open the cover as opposed to the other Brita filters where the cover is hinged at 1 end. For my other filter, I just press down on the hinge and the cover pops open to refill (kinda like an engine hood). That's not the case for this one...cover is a separate piece.
No big deal...works fine.
UPDATED 12/7/2019: Well, it’s broken a 2nd time! It’s a waste of money. Don’t buy from them