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Brita Medium 8 Cup Marina Water Pitcher with Filter - BPA Free - White
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- MEDIUM WATER PITCHER: This large, clear plastic pitcher has a soft-grip handle which makes pouring easy along with the locking lid for convenient refilling.
- CLEANER AND GREAT TASTING: The BPA free Brita filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, copper, mercury, and cadmium impurities found in tap water. *Substances reduced may not be found in all user’s water.
- FILTER INDICATOR: For optimum performance, a helpful electronic filter indicator tracks when your water filter needs to be replaced.
- REDUCE WASTE: One Brita water filter can replace 300 standard 16.9 ounce water bottles.
- REPLACEMENTS: Change Brita filters every 40 gallons, about 2 months for the average household for optimal performance.
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From the manufacturer
Enjoy better tasting, cleaner water with the Brita Marina Pitcher. The 8-cup capacity filtration pitcher is perfect for your home or office. The BPA-free filter reduces zinc, chlorine taste and odor, copper, mercury and cadmium, often found in tap water. This water pitcher features a flip-top lid for no-fuss refilling and a comfort-grip handle for easier pouring. And its modern rounded design adds a chic look to the home or office. Keep the 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.
BRITA MARINA PITCHER
Features You’ll Love
- Electronic/Volumetric Filter Indicator tracks water filter changes.
- Flip-top lid for easy refills.
- Comfort-grip handle for easy pouring.
- BPA-free pitcher and filter.
- 1 Brita Marina Pitcher
- 1 Brita Filter
- Instruction Book
Better Coffee. Better Tea.
The secret to better coffee and tea: Brita water
Better Infant Formula
Healthier formula starts with Brita*
* Not a substitute for boiling water. Always follow product instructions when preparing formula.
Better Pet Water
Your animals will love it
Everything is better when cooked with Brita water**
**Compared to tap
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
Save more than $500 every year in water bottle purchases
**Versus average household consumption of bottled water
Just one Brita water filter saves 300 standard 16 oz. plastic bottles from ending up in our landfills.
How To Change Your Brita Filter
Your Brita Pitcher can be ready for use in just a few easy steps. Before touching your Brita filter, be sure to wash your hands. Flush the Brita filter with cold water for 15 seconds.
Insert the Brita filter into the reservoir, lining up the notch in the Brita pitcher with the groove in the filter. Press firmly to ensure a tight seal.
After changing the filter, fill the reservoir with cold tap water, and either discard the first three pitchers or use them to water plants.
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|Great for individuals or smaller households.||Basic pitcher for bigger households and families.||Perfect for your multi-person household.||Perfect size for any household.||Great for larger families.|
|Lid||Easy-Fill Lid||Standard Lid||Easy-Fill Lid||Easy-Fill Lid||Standard Lid|
|Handle||Comfort-Grip Handle||Standard Handle||Comfort-Grip Handle||Comfort-Grip Handle||No Handle|
|Filter Indicator||Electronic Filter Indicator||Sticker Filter Indicator||Electronic Filter Indicator||Electronic Filter Indicator||Sticker Filter Indicator|
|Assorted Colors/ Patterns||✓||✓||✓|
Drink healthier, great tasting tap water with this BPA free Brita 8 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 electronic filter indicator lets you know when it is time to change the Brita replacement filter. This medium 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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I really can't say much about the quality of the filter, but having one of these helps me drink MUCH more water than I usually do, which helps me out a lot. I don't like water from the tap and I get tired of buying water bottles (multiple reasons).
But this makes it easy to just fill, chill, and pour.
I also like that it's a nice compact size and not a huge one you have to find a lot of space for in your fridge.
However, less than 5 months after buying it, I've started noticing puddles around the base of the pitcher. A closer inspection showed several cracks along the bottom, causing filtered water to leak out!
This pitcher is being used by a household of 1.5 people (one person is traveling most of the time), and we are both reasonably careful adults that have never dropped the pitcher or "rough-handled" it. We have never stored it in extreme temperatures where the plastic might become brittle... just normal--perhaps even under-average--rates of usage.
While the leak is not significant and we could still continue to use it, having puddles of water wherever we leave the pitcher is very annoying. We are currently debating either switching pitcher designs or going with another company's pitcher that might be more durable.
Update: I've had two of these crack at the base now. I'm not slamming them around, it has just happened. Cannot recommend.
I'll get straight to the point. Are we in love with it? No. Do I say that because we're not used to using a pitcher? No.
OK, we knew about what many refer to as a design flaw (water overflows into the handle and spills out the bottom), so that was something we had accepted even before making the purchase. For the record, yes - this is a valid concern; if the pitcher is overfilled, water will overflow into the handle and leak out, possibly making a wet mess.
The design flaw aside, we're not happy with the taste. Honestly, the water tastes exactly as it tastes coming out of the tap. I have no way of testing this, but I can only hope the water is being filtered. Yes, the filter is installed correctly (clicked into place, etc), so it is not user error. Perhaps we got a bad filter and perhaps the filter can't alter the taste. I'll update this review once it's time to change the filter.
Other than the tap-water taste and the design flaw, the pitcher is solid. It filters the entire tank in about two minutes and pouring water is easy and spill-free. I have not had any issues with the container or anything else falling out while pouring water, and especially like the fact that there is a little flap that covers the spout (this both controls the flow of water when pouring and keeps stuff out of your purified water).
We're going to keep the pitcher for now and will reassess once we're replaced the filter. In the meantime, it's a question mark.
a) Let it sit in the sink for 2 minutes, waiting for all the water to leak out.
b) Turn the pitcher upside down and pour everything out, then try again
c) Don't notice the leak, then bring it to the dinner table and then suddenly notice the sizeable pool that has form beneath the pitcher, then rush to the kitchen grabbing some paper towel while contemplating whether this pitcher deserves to live another day