PUR Ultimate Slim Design Water Pitcher
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- Included Micro Filter provides up to 40 gallons (approximately 1- to 2-months) of great tasting water
- PLUS Series offers even better contaminant removal than the highly acclaimed standard PUR filters
- Gauge indicates how close you are to the next filter change at all times
- See accessories sidebar for replacement filters
- Automatically tracks usage and shows when filter needs replacement
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From the Manufacturer
Since optimal results require proper maintenance, each watermaker comes with an exclusive Automatic Safety Monitor Gauge that automatically tracks usage and tells you when the filter needs replacement.
Top Customer Reviews
It's very convenient -- just pour water into the top, and it will, albeit slowly, drip through the filter. Over time, as the filter clogs, it will get slower, so the key is to add more water every time you pour more out -- that way, it's filtering while you are drinking and you aren't waiting.
It's actually much more convenient than the faucet-mount filters, which inevitably leak and get painfully slow and force you to wait...
Pur is better than Brita, by the way, if you get the Ultimate filters, which filter out cryptosporidium and giardia in addition to chemicals and gunk. Brita doesn't do that; it's an important feature if you have iffy water systems (Mexico, Russia) or a weak immune system...
The pitcher comes apart for easy washing, is sturdy and the filtered water tastes very good. Our water here isn't usually that bad tasting, but we can certainly tell the difference between the filtered water and tap water. Personally, we prefer using a pitcher instead of having a filter on the faucet which takes up too much space at the sink - but that's just our personal preference.
The price is right and the filters are readily available. We're very happy with ours.
I'm happy that's there's no black grainy stuff floating at the bottom of the Pur pitcher as my Brita pitcher does.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had several Brita faucet filters. At first they worked okay but the last one didn't seal and despite repeated efforts to fix it, it sprayed all over my kitchen! Read morePublished on June 30, 2008 by Donald W. West
at least they lost the clock... but what is with the new filter... i liked a usage meter... the bottom cracks easily and can flood your fridge nicely... Read morePublished on November 7, 2007 by Paul Robeson
I found this pitcher a little small and I am the only one that uses it. My solution, a three dollar plastic pitcher from the grocery store which I keep full with filtered cold... Read morePublished on July 17, 2007 by KevinSeattle
Had the Brita but based on the reviews here, I switched the Pur. What a difference! Clearer water, no charcoal, nicer design!Published on July 17, 2007 by Mary A. Kelly
This product is easy use and its everything that you need for clean fresh water. Some say the size is too small, but I think its perfect.Published on June 26, 2007 by F. Zheng
'Automatically tracks usage and shows when filter needs replacement.' Well if you count a magnetic indicator on the side of the jug that you manually set for a standard period of... Read morePublished on May 30, 2007 by N. Peel
I've experienced no problems with this product after three months of nightly usage. I will tell you that it's worth it to get a larger pitcher as this one can only fill about 2. Read morePublished on May 27, 2007 by Dave
We really like the design of this water pitcher. In addition to being convenient in size, the pitcher makes regular tap water taste as good as bottled water. Read morePublished on May 23, 2007 by JKH
I like this better than the other brand that I had before. It filters more bad out of the water than the other one did. The water is so clean & clear with no odd taste. Read morePublished on May 17, 2007 by ejr
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