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- BPA FREE: Enjoy 3 BPA Free Brita Standard Replacement Filters made to fit all Brita pitchers and dispensers except Brita Stream pitchers.
- CLEANER: Only Brita filters are certified to reduce contaminants in Brita Pitchers. Certified to reduce Copper, Mercury, and Cadmium. Contaminants reduced may not be in all users' water.
- GREAT TASTING: Brita filters reduce chlorine taste and odor found in tap water. Substances reduced may not be found in all users' water.
- EASY INSTALLATION: A pull top cap makes filter change quick and easy with no pre-soaking necessary in order to sip and enjoy great-tasting, filtered water in minutes.
- REDUCE & SAVE: One water filter can replace up to 300 standard 16.9 ounce water bottles, keep you hydrated, save you money, and reduce plastic waste. Replace filter every 40 gallons, about every 2 months for the average household.
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Used in Brita pitchers and dispensers, our BPA-free filters reduce chlorine (taste and odor), zinc, mercury, copper, and cadmium- often found in tap water. Keep great-tasting filtered water flowing by replacing your filter every 40 gallons or approximately every two months. Only Brita brand filters are guaranteed to fit in all Brita pitchers and dispensers.
Substances reduced may not be in all users water.
Brita Water Filter Pitcher Replacement Filters, 3 Count
Features You'll Love:
- Only filter guaranteed to fit all Brita pitchers.
- Reduces chlorine taste and odor.
- Certified to reduce zinc, copper, cadmium and mercury in tap water.
- Package contains:
- 3 Brita pitcher replacement filters
- 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, mercury, copper, 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 ounce 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.
Keep tap water healthier and tasting better when you regularly change your Brita replacement filter. Made to fit all Brita pitchers and dispensers, this replacement filter reduces copper, mercury and cadmium impurities that can adversely affect your health over time, while cutting chlorine taste and odor to deliver great tasting water. Designed to leave no black flecks in your water and with no pre-soak required, the Brita filters are quick and easy to use. Change your Brita filters every 40 gallons or approximately 2 months for best performance. Start drinking healthier, great tasting water with Brita today.
Change your filter with just a few simple steps. Wash your hands before unwrapping the filter. Flush filter with cold water for 15 seconds. Insert filter into reservoir. Add cold tap water. Discard your first 3 pitchers of filter water, or use this water for plants. It is normal for carbon dust to appear in your first fillings. Fill up your pitcher and enjoy great tasting water. Replace the water filter every 40 gallons or 2 months. Substances reduced may not be in all users' water.
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I think we'll try Pur filters.
June 12, 2017 Addendum>>>>>>>>>>>
Today I have installed my second filter of the Brita 3 Pak. Again I did a perfunctory test of the water quality of this second filter in the pak. The reading I received for the filtered water of the second filter replacement was poorer than the first. My Phoenix tap water averages about 550 PPM of dissolved solids. The first Brita filter effectively cut that in half (outstanding). This second filter logged in at an avg of about 400 ppm. Not great, but if its getting the really bad and major stuff like chlorine, copper, mercury and cadmium etc. as touted, well ok. It's a faith thing I guess.
Addendum Aug 1, 2017>>>>>>>>>
Third of the 3 filter pk installed. Tested my Phoenix 550 ppm (horrible) tap water once again. Third filter reduced tap water to an avg of 370 ppm. Assuming that number encompasses elimination of the bad stuff named above, again we can only have faith it's doing its job.
- Each filter is brand new.
- Mavea and Britta do not require soaking. I just rinsed each one.
- Wamery required soaking and rinsing. I did that according to instructions.
- Each filter was used for 2 full pitchers so that they are rinsed.
- Ralph's bottled water reads: 3 PPM (Incredibly good)
- Britta original filter reads: 262 (this is acceptable drinking water rated as good)
- Mavea filter reads: 277 (It is as good as Britta)
- Wamery filter reads: 306 (it's still acceptable drinking water, about 20% more than Britta in TDS) so yes, still drinkable.
I'm still stunned at how good the cheap bottled water is.
For the record, I highly recommend regular Brita filters. They work reliably and do a great job filtering water. These new ones, though, are a disappointing waste of money.