Brita Atlantis Water Filter Pitcher, White, 6 Cup
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- One small, 6 cup Brita Atlantis 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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|Dimensions||10.6 inches x 11 inches x 7.4 inches||10.47 inches x 10.94 inches x 5.59 inches||4.9 inches x 10.8 inches x 9.7 inches||10.47 inches x 10.94 inches x 5.59 inches|
|Item Weight||2.4 pounds||2.29 pounds||2 pounds||2.88 pounds|
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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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You can often get great deals on the replacement filters if you keep your eyes open for sales, and it's definitely worth it to buy the 3 pack of filters.
Definitely rinse the filter twice before you use it.
Some of us got together and decided that we would test Brita and Pur water pitchers (we did this for four months) since we use them at home. We also tested various bottle waters. The test we did utilize ICP, ICP/MS, GC, GC/MS, and various other methods (e.g. coliform). We found that these pitchers were comparable. They did what they claim they would do. Nothing in 100% and with the consideration of hygienic techniques you could stay within the error of the company's claim.
Keep in mind that we are a laboratory and that we are very concerned with contamination and cross contamination. With that being said we are a lot more careful with our water samples. You should wash your pitcher regularly. Change your filter like the company recommend. Anything in your fridge will grow mold. Keep in mind that you are constantly handling your pitcher (not everyone is washing their hands when they use their pitcher all the time) and taking it in and out of the fridge. Any of these things will cause bacteria and mold to grow.
I am saying all of this so that people will think before they trash something that they may have contributed to its failure.
You don't want to know how the bottled water faired.
I'm giving it two stars because the water tastes great, fits well in the refrigerator and looks nice when set out for use but try to find one with a lid that doesn't crash to the floor whenever you pour yourself a glass..
Now, living in Indianapolis where the water is pure but hard, we drink from water poured through the Brita Water Filtration Pitcher in order to filter out some of the minerals that make water 'hard'.
Although I am not persuaded that we have taken great scientific leaps forward towards water purity, my wife assures me that this is progress. Therefore, I try to drink water only out of the Brita.
I can say that it's not an inconvenient little contraption. It's easy both to fill the Pitcher and to pour from it, though you'll likely suffer a few wet countertops before you learn to wait for the water in the newly-filled pitcher to settle.
I am told by my devoted spouse that we are loyal Brita customers for the long haul. She knows about these things.
Do drink up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The pitcher is nice and slim and it filters water nicely. BUT the top is so loose that it falls off every time you pour. I have packing tape on the top to keep it on. Read morePublished 1 day ago by ggrace
I have tried this product with two different types of water and it tasted the same. It is just an expensive jar.Published 1 day ago by ROGER WAY
I decided to upgrade my pitcher from a 12-year-old Pur, which was now too large for my new Keurig needs. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Judy Ryun
Product looked great, but when I started filling jt with water, I noticed the bottom side has a binchure the width of a pen. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Christopher River
I hate the taste of tap water. Filtered by the Brita pitcher tap water tastes amazing. It's no longer in production I don't know if there are still replacement filters. Read morePublished 16 days ago by just Cindy
Purchased this Brita pitcher to go into a 1.4 c' fridge for a dorm room. I'm able to remove a rack in the fridge and this Brita Atlantis slides in the main area still leaving room... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Andrea Polk
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