Large Basic 10 Cup Water Filtration Pitcher with 1 Advanced Filter
1 Water Filter Can Replace up to 300 Standard 16.9-Ounce Water Bottles
Helps Reduce Chlorine Taste & Odor, Zinc, Copper, Mercury & Cadmium, Often Found in Tap Water
BPA-Free Pitcher in Clean White Color & Standard Oval Design
Sticker Filter Indicator Helps You Track When to Change the Water Filter
Enjoy healthier, great-tasting water for pennies per gallon. The Brita® Everyday Water Filter Pitcher helps reduce zinc, chlorine taste and odor, copper, mercury and cadmium, all of which may be in tap water. For optimal performance, use the filter indicator to help track when to replace the advanced filter, which can be changed quickly and leaves no black flecks in your water. This large pitcher, in a standard oval design and clean white color, helps meet your basic water filtration needs and the 10-cup size is perfect for families, sports teams and offices. One water filter can replace up to 300 standard 16.9-ounce water bottles, helping to cut down on plastic waste and save you money. As with all Brita® water filter systems, this model is BPA-free. Get great taste, less waste and more savings from Brita®.
1 - Pitcher
1 - Filter
Pitcher Made in China Filter Made in Canada
Additional uses: Cooking, infant formula, coffee, tea and juices, ice cubes, sports bottle, pets. The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water treatment device are not necessarily in all user's water.
Important notice: Please read the performance data sheet enclosed in the box for complete details. The Brita Pitcher Filter is not intended to purify water. Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system. Individuals requiring water of special microbiological purity should follow the advice of their doctor or local health officials regarding the use and consumption of their tap water and Brita water.
Comments about Brita Everyday Water Filter Pitcher, 10 cup, 1 ea:
This system does take a lengthy amount of time to filter water, and while it's a minor drawback, it's also well worth the wait. The only other noticaeable flaw is also quite marginal, in that occasionally a few carbon flakes will float up from the filter and into the filtration resivoir; neither of these above are particular problems, since any filter takes time to work and the carbon flakes never get loose inside the pitcher itself and rinse away on cleaning. With regard to the filtration time, I generally avoid it by simply refilling the resivoir after every few glasses, rather than after each full pitcher.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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 3 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.