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Brita Longlast Water Filter, Longlast Replacement Filters for Pitcher and Dispensers, Reduces Lead, BPA Free - 2 Count
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- LONG LASTING: The Longlast Filter lasts 6 months. That's 4x longer compared to PUR Lead Reduction 30 gallon filter life and Zerowater 15 gallon filter life
- REDUCES LEAD: Longlast filters are certified by WQA to reduce 99% of lead, chlorine (taste and odor), cadmium, mercury, benzene, asbestos and more found in tap water for cleaner, great tasting water. Contaminants reduced may not be in all users' water
- BPA FREE AND EASY INSTALLATION: The Longlast Filter is BPA free and compatible with all Brita Pitchers except Stream and Infinity. Filter has a pull top cap which makes it quick and easy to change and there is no presoak or rinse required
- GREAT TASTING: Brita Longlast filters reduce 13 contaminants found in tap water including Chlorine (taste and odor). Substances reduced may not be found in all users' water
- REDUCE WASTE & SAVE: One Brita Longlast Filter can replace 900 standard 16 oz. water bottles. You'll stay hydrated, save money, and reduce plastic waste. Height 5.31; Width 2.31; Length/Depth 2.31; Weight .13 pounds
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What it Filters:
Your Brita pitcher and dispenser filter helps reduce the amount of chlorine, copper, cadmium and mercury — all of which may be found in tap water.
Brita Standard Water Filter, Standard Replacement Filters for Pitchers and Dispensers
Our replacement filters reduce many of the undesired extras that come out of your tap. Our redesigned filters no longer require pre-soak, and won't leave black flecks in your water. These filters are compatible with all Brita pitchers and dispensers. Replace every 40 gallons or every two months for best results.
Keep tap water healthier and tasting better longer with Brita Longlast Pitcher Replacement Filters. Made with pleated filter technology for 3X longer life compared to 40 gallon filters. Longlast replacement filters reduce lead, asbestos, and cadmium impurities that can adversely affect your health over time (substances reduced may not be in all users' water). Change the Longlast filters every 120 gallons, about every 6 months for the average family, for best performance. The pull top cap on these filters makes insertion and removal easy. With activated carbon to reduce chlorine taste and odor, these filters deliver great-tasting water and maintain a healthy level of fluoride, an additive in water (applies to fluoridated municipal tap water). The fibrous matrix in the filter holds active ingredients in place so no black flecks appear in your water. One LongLast Filter can replace 900 standard 16.9 ounce water bottles.
Change your filter with just a few simple steps. Wash your hands before unwrapping the filter. Insert filter into reservoir. Add cold tap water. Discard your first 3 pitchers of filter water, or use this water for plants. Fill up your pitcher and enjoy great-tasting water. Replace the water filter every 120 gallons (about 6 months for the average household). Substances reduced may not be in all users' water.
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I think people who are complaining about the water quality don't realize the water is leaking around the filter and not being filtered. After the O-Ring, it takes MUCH longer for the water to go through the filter, so I know it's working.
The filters help a lot. The water comes through clear, tastes fine, smells fine. After about a month, there's a definite layer of a powdery orange something on the bottom of our dispenser and so I clean it and switch out the filter. The package says to switch the filter out every two months. No, we don't go through an exceptional amount of water (it's just my husband and myself, and I drink less than a glass of water a day ... no joke, yes I know it's not healthy). We tested a sample of the sediment water as well, the test found nothing harmful and we're not dead yet so I guess we'll just keep drinking it, whatever it is.
However, this filter became unusable after a couple of times filtering. We are really getting just a drop almost every second which makes this usable only in EXTREME situations where you are desperate to filter some of these particles that other filters cannot filter.
The standard filters I have take my water (from a different floor) from around 102 to around 78-82 range.
The water definitely is going through the filter and it is certainly slower than the standards but I am not seeing a reduction in tds at least on this first sample.
edit - having had these for a while longer now, I will say, they have a funny plastic kind of taste to them vs the regular filters. I think they are all destined for the garbage. Am not going to buy these ever again.
The Bad: I cannot believe how long it takes to filter 1/2 of the pitcher - an incredible 14 minutes! My regular Brita filters took about 5 minutes. So dont fill this pitcher if you need the water anytime soon. Best to fill it and forget it. Waiting for the water to get through the filter is like waiting for grass to grow!