Brita Chrome Water Filter Pitcher, 8 Cup
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- Chrome, 8 cup water filtration pitcher with 1 advanced filter
- 1 Brita water filter can replace 300 standard 16.9 ounce plastic water bottles
- Reduces chlorine taste and odor, zinc, copper, mercury and cadmium
- BPA free pitcher with easy fill lid and comfort grip handle
- Filter indicator for tracking when to change the water filter
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|Dimensions||4.6 inches x 12.3 inches x 10.1 inches||10.47 inches x 10.94 inches x 5.59 inches||11 inches x 10.88 inches x 6.05 inches||11 inches x 8.25 inches x 6.5 inches|
|Item Weight||5 pounds||2.29 pounds||2.59 pounds||2.04 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
--Filter timer is a joke. It only counts time, not gallons filtered. I don't need this because we already own several calendars.
--Sectional lid must have been designed by the marketing department. They fit together awkwardly and fall off easily. If you try to pour a class of water with even a little still left in the upper chamber, the whole assembly falls apart as you are pouring.
--Lower compartment easily contaminated by unfiltered water.
--My unit grows ALGAE in it after about 10 days. You would think that I must leave it on a sunny window sill, but I don't. It lives on the kitchen counter and I live in the Pacific Northwest where it is cloudy 9 months out of the year. So, anyway, the unit has to go in the dishwasher once a week (hand washing doesn't cut it....algae grows right back). Previous Brita (we've had many) and PUR pitchers did not have this problem.
As a consumer I want to ask: What is so friggin hard about designing a decent water pitcher for cripes sake?!!!
Generally this pitcher demonstrates what is wrong with so many companies that make consumer products. They pay damn little attention to engineering a good product and put all their effort into giving it "purchase appeal" and marketing it.
Try something else.
But, what drew me to the pitcher was the electronic monitor on the top, and what frustrated me the most about the pitcher is that, though I thought the electronic reader monitored the filter and said when it needed to be changed, it actually is just a fancy electronic timer and every two weeks a bar disappears because it assumes you're consuming the water at the rate of a family.
Still, like all Brita pitchers, the water tastes great. I can't really complain.
Here are the main problems I have with it:
1. The lid is formed with two parts--the part that opens up and the front part that is supposed to stay on the pitcher while one fills it up. Well, the front part does NOT stay on the pitcher. So every time I refill the pitcher, I have to attempt to snap the front part back in place. But the front part of the lid does not fit well with the filtering compartment, so it takes a couple of minutes (of hating Brita) to get the lid sort of back together.
2. The back portion of the lid--the part that opens to allow faucet water to go in--is difficult to open. I usually use two hands to press it in order to make it work. My children have stopped filling up the pitcher now--they can't get the top to open (although the front portion will willingly fall off at the most unexpected moment.)
3. This model may look sleek, but it is not the easiest to be picked up. Something doesn't feel right with the balance between the handle and the reservoir. I think the upper portion of the pitcher curves out too much--it is aesthetically pleasing, but ends up putting too much weight on the top-front of the pitcher, while the handle is designed in such a way that one can't comfortably hold the pitcher at a point on the handle to maintain a sense of balance.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great for more compact refrigerators. It filters quickly and cools more quickly than the round models.Published 1 month ago by Red Dwyer
love this pitcher. works better all around then the old brita white one.Published 1 month ago by stgoner
This is a replacement for a similar white unit which accidentally was dropped and some minor pieces chipped. Read morePublished 1 month ago by pacapo
Dont like it all! Water get stock and I am sure that there is going to grow mold in it! Not friendly for washing!Published 1 month ago by Andreina Tinoco
It is very cheaply made. The front part with the indicator falls off while pouring. Would be better if there was a clip to hold it on instead of it just sitting there.Published 1 month ago by Jennifer
I have received my Package yesterday ... I love this stylish and Elegant Brita water filter...Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
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