Great-Tasting Brita® Water Begins with Our Filters
1 Complete Faucet Water Filtration System in Chrome with 1 Filter
1 Water Filter Can Replace up to 750 Standard 16.9-Ounce Water Bottles
Helps Reduce Chlorine Taste & Odor, Lead, Cryptosporidium & Giardia Cysts, Impurities Often Found in Tap Water
Switch to Choose Filtered or Unfiltered Water
BPA-Free Faucet Filter System Has Standard Filter Life Indicator
Help keep great-tasting, cleaner water on tap for pennies per glass with the Brita® Complete Faucet Water Filtration System in a stylish chrome finish. This convenient faucet filter helps reduce chlorine taste and odor, lead and asbestos, impurities that can be found in tap water. With the Complete System, 1 Brita® water filter can filter up to 100 gallons of tap water, replacing up to 750 standard 16.9-ounce water bottles, helping to cut down on plastic waste. For optimum performance, the standard filter life indicator helps tell you when to replace the water filter. By flipping a switch, you can choose filtered or unfiltered water. This convenient system supports easy attachment in minutes to any standard faucet without the need for tools. It helps save space and is perfect for a home or office. Where municipal water is fluoridated, this water filter system retains a healthy dose of fluoride. Get great taste, less waste and more savings from Brita®.
1 - Faucet Water Filter Base System
1 - Filter
Made in China
The Brita On Tap Faucet Filter Systemis 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 On Tap Faucet Water Filter System, Chrome, 1 ea:
I really enjoy the faucet mount Brita filters. This chrome model does not allow the water to flow straight into a bottle. It is built to "spray" the water. The mouth of the bottle needs to be at least an inch and a half to catch all the water.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Unscrew the aerator from faucet. If faucet threads are on the outside, attempt to attach the system directly to the faucet. If faucet threads are on the inside, select the proper adapter and washer provided and attach to the faucet. Support the base and insert the water filter until it clicks. Turn on the filtered water setting. Run water for 5 minutes to flush new filter. The 100-gallon filter life begins after this. Replace filter after approximately 100 gallons or about every 4 months.