Brita 10 Cup Everyday Water Pitcher with 1 Filter, BPA Free, White
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- Large, White, Brita 10 cup water pitcher with 1 easy to use filter
- Reduces chlorine taste and odor, copper, mercury and cadmium to deliver healthier, great tasting water
- BPA free white Brita pitcher with sticker filter change indicator and easy fill lid
- Sticker filter indicator notifies you when you need to change the water filter
- Sticker filter indicator notifies you when you need to change the water filter
- 1 Brita water filter can replace 300 standard 16.9 ounce plastic water bottles
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- Classic oval design to maximize refrigerator space
- Soft-grip handle for easy pouring
- Removable lid for easy re-filling
Brita Everyday Pitcher
The Everyday Pitcher—Brita’s largest basic pitcher — holds enough water for the whole family to enjoy. The BPA-free filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, zinc, copper, mercury and cadmium, often found in tap water.
The classic oval design fits easily into most refrigerator doors. The Brita Everyday Pitcher gives you significant savings over buying bottled water and can help keep up to 300 disposable plastic bottles out of our landfills each year.
Keep great-tasting filtered water flowing by replacing your filter every 40 gallons or approximately every two months.
Substances reduced may not be in all users water.
Better Water Makes A Difference
In the Kitchen
Whether you’re filling ice cube trays, cooking pasta or brewing a pot of coffee, filtered water makes it better.
Around Your Home
Get more wags and purrs, and watch houseplants flourish with cleaner water in bowls and pots.
Hydrate at home or on-the-go with healthier water that quenches your thirst and helps you feel like you have more energy.
For Your Loved Ones
From feeding an infant formula to keeping kids hydrated during sports, make sure every sip is at it’s best.
The Benefits are Clear
Reduce chlorine taste and odor and copper, mercury and cadmium for cleaner, great-tasting water.
*Compared to tap.
Drinking filtered water helps keep you hydrated, maintain energy and feel better.
Just one Brita water filter saves 300 standard 16 ounce plastic bottles from ending up in our landfills.
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|Easy-Fill, Locking Lid||Standard lid||✓||✓||✓||Standard lid|
|Comfort Grip Handle||Standard handle||Standard handle||Standard Handle||✓||Standard handle|
|Assorted Colors or Patterns||White||✓||✓||Stainless Steel||✓|
|Filter as you Pour Technology||✓|
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|Item Dimensions||7.38 x 11.94 x 16.75 in||10.6 x 10.6 x 6 in||5.4 x 7.1 x 2.4 in||6.05 x 10.88 x 11 in||5.43 x 11.02 x 16.38 in||7.38 x 11.94 x 16.75 in|
Drink healthier, great tasting tap water with this BPA free Brita 10 cup water pitcher. With the Advanced filter technology, Brita cuts the taste and odor of chlorine to deliver great tasting water, and is certified to reduce copper, cadmium and mercury impurities, which can adversely affect your health over time. The Brita water pitcher’s flip top lid makes refilling a breeze and just a glance at the sticker filter indicator lets you know when it is time to change the Brita replacement filter. This large water pitcher comes with 1 water filter, which should be changed every 40 gallons or about 2 months for best results. 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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The filter does a pretty good job of taking out some of the contaminants/chlorine. They will remove some Copper, Mercury, Cadmium, Chlorine and zinc from tap water. We have found however that the filters need to be changed more frequently than stated by the manufacturer. It's becomes obvious when we start to smell Chorine in the filtered water. If you drink as much as we do, replacing filters can get quite expensive.
For a quick fix to better water quality Brita is a good option. It is less expensive than purchasing bottled water and since there are no regulations for bottled water the Brita is a healthier option than bottled water. (industry reports show that up to 44% of bottled water is just tap water)
Still, if you are very serious about removing most/more contaminants from your drinking water at home it is best to invest in a filtration system that will fit under your kitchen sink or on top of your counter and will remove contaminants like Lead, MTBE, Asbestos, Protozoan Cysts, Class I particulate and/or VOCs like Benzene and THMs.
As far as the awkward goes: The handle is a little uncomfortable. The water pours kind of slowly (glugging out, instead of pouring smoothly). Pouring out the last couple of cups requires upending the pitcher. If you've just filled the top of the pitcher, you'll have to wait for it to filter through, because otherwise unfiltered water leaks substantially from the top when you try to pour. The wide-open top (when filling) can more easily allow contamination (splashes, drips, clumsy kids) than a smaller opening.
There's nothing fancy about this model. No hinges or joints, no filter-change indicator. Simple also means nothing to break, and mine has lasted through heavy use for nearly three years. I take it apart every few months and scrub everything (bleaching if there's any algae growth). The only noteworthy sign of aging is a build up of dark gunk under the clear sticker on the outside/bottom of the pitcher. That sticker is hard to remove, but has separated enough to allow water/etc to enter the gap (aesthetic issue only).
Brita filters work well, the water tastes great even if you have decent tap water already-- I won't reiterate what others have said. Particularly for drinking plain, or making coffee, it's well worth using filtered water (and cheaper than bottled water). These filters also remove a noteworthy amount of various metals that might be present in your water supply.
(I bought mine at a local B&M store, but Amazon is priced competitively)
Recommended over their fancier pitchers, if you're trying to save a few dollars.
Where I live the water tastes pretty good most of the time (at least when the water plant isn't adding more chemicals to fight the effects of algae blooms), but I thought I'd try Brita to see if I could make it taste even better. Result? Very positive. I suspect having the water refrigerated also contributes to the good taste because it's so cold. This is just my first day with Brita, but I've already doubled my usual consumption of water.
I had a Brita pitcher many years ago and gave up on it because black pieces of the filter would make their way into the water. I haven't seen any with the current version of the filter. My only complaint is that it's difficult to get the filter properly seated to ensure a good seal. It took me a lot of trial and error to get it in the right place.
Update: I've been using the pitcher for quite a while now and have a word of warning: Do not fill the pitcher. In fact, fill it only to the bottom of the handle -- because if you fill it higher, it will leak in your refrigerator. Must be a design flaw because I noticed someone else mentioned leaking in the handle area. It may not seem like you'll have much filtered water if you fill it only to the bottom of the handle, but I find I have enough (so long as I'm filling it a couple of times per day). If I had a family, I'd probably be annoyed that the pitcher can't hold more water without leaking.