Brita Water Pitcher with 1 Filter, w 1 std, White
- The BPA-free Everyday water pitcher with filter holds 10 cups of water, enough to fill 3 24-ounce reusable water bottles
- Get great-tasting water without the waste; by switching to Brita, you can save money and replace 1,800 single-use plastic water bottles a year
- This space efficient Brita pitcher fits perfectly on refrigerator shelves, features an easy-fill locking lid and is easy to pour; Height 10.47\"; Width 5.59\"; Length/Depth 10.94\"; Weight 2.29 pounds
- Brita is the number 1 water filter reducing chlorine (taste & odor), Mercury, Copper, Zinc and Cadmium; always get cleaner, filtered water with an electronic indicator that makes filter reminders effortless
- Compatible with Longlast and Standard water filters; for the freshest tasting water, replace your Longlast filter after 120 gallons or approximately every 6 months or Standard filter after 40 gallons or approximately every 2 months; *16.9 oz water;**Based on IRI data;***vs. tap
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How to Change Your Brita Filter
Flush the Brita filter with cold water for 15 seconds.
4 Ways to Drink More Water Every Day
Drink water with meals
Skip soda and make a healthier choice. Drink 0-calorie Brita filtered water with every meal.
Add fruit for flavor
Add a slice of lemon, orange or lime to your glass for an extra splash of sweetness.
Workout with water
Fuel your body with Brita filtered water before, during and after your workouts.
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Choose a faucet mount system, pitcher, dispenser or filtering bottle to enjoy great-tasting water any time.
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 pitchers 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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|Item Dimensions||5.40 x 10.70 x 10.10 inches||9.84 x 5.70 x 10.04 inches||9.33 x 4.29 x 8.88 inches||14.37 x 5.67 x 10.47 inches||10.70 x 5.40 x 10.10 inches||11.94 x 7.38 x 17.56 inches|
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First and foremost, THE RESERVOIR DOES COME OUT. It's tight, and it feels like you might crack the plastic if you really start yanking, but it does come out for cleaning. The way I removed it was by tucking the pitcher under my left arm, and with my right thumb and forefinger, I gripped the little recess in the reservoir and wiggled it back and forth while pulling outwards. If the assembly is dry, it will come out just fine. If it's wet, it'll take a little more effort.
For people complaining about the filter, I grant that you may have had a lemon, but from what I can tell, most of the issues experienced will be avoided by FLUSHING THE FILTER WITH WATER BEFORE USE, and DISPOSING OF THE FIRST FEW PITCHERS OF FILTERED WATER, as instructed.
Follow the instructions, keep it refrigerated, clean it periodically, replace your filters when your water stops tasting filtered, and you are unlikely to have problems. I will change my review if this turns out not to be the case.
I’d suggest you to buy a water tester and test Brita’s water along with your tap water and bottled water.
My results were:
Tap: 265 ppm
Brita: 261 ppm
Ozarka (mineral spring water): 37 ppm
La croix (for fun): 55 ppm
Disclaimer: I am using their longlast filter and it’s less than a month old. I am purifying 80 oz a day. (It should be lasting 6 months at least).
Love the bigger size and it could just be placebo effect but the water tastes cleaner in this than the five cup pitcher.
Docked two stars because I like the lid more that you can open up with your thumb like one of those old giant German beer mugs. This one requires you to take the entire lid off. Also, it's my fault for not confirming but I'm bummed there's no digital filter indicator on this. You have to use this archaic sticker system that is a general estimate and could be fairly inaccurate depending on how much water you consume daily. I'm afraid I'll be drinking impure water.
Perhaps it's a scheme to get me to buy more filters due to paranoia...well played Brita...well played.
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Hay que servir agua antes de rellenar tanque previo a filtrado porque si sirves con tanque previo a filtrado con agua, el agua del tanque previo a filtrar se escurre y provoca goteo.
Evitas comprar tantas botellas y garrafones que contaminan más nuestro mundo.