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Brita Pitcher Replacement Filter, 5 filters


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Help diminish waste in landfills and purify your tap water with Brita Replacement Filters. One Brita pitcher filter can replace as many as 300 standard, 16-ounce bottles. The filters effectively reduce chlorine, copper, mercury and odd odors and taste from your drinking water. To ensure the quality of your water, replace filter every 40 gallons or about every two months. One filter fits all Brita pitchers.

Features & Benefits:

  • Fit all Brita pitchers
  • One filter can effectively replace as many as 300 standard 16 ounce bottles
  • Reduce chlorine (taste and odor), copper and mercury content
  • Easier to insert & remove
  • No black flecks
Brita Pitcher Replacement Filter, 5 filters is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 461.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great I have tried two kinds of Brita filters: the one you put on the faucet and the pitcher. I couldn't use the faucet one anymore because the faucet wasn't sturdy enough. I tried the pitcher. It was wonderful. Until I started to get the carbon flakes with my second filter and the water tasted funny. I told Brita and they sent me a complementary advanced filter. It is great so far! No more carbon flakes in the water or the reservoir and the water tastes amazing! At first I was worried because the water came out a charcoal gray, but after dumping the first load, it was clear. I flushed it twice more just to be certain. I would recommend this pitcher.
Date published: 2015-01-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from new & improved design = reduced effectiveness The new design is more convenient because of the easy to grasp top which makes it easier to change. the water flows much faster through the filter as well, which is nice from a convenience standpoint, but terrible from a water filtration standpoint. The result is water that tastes like slightly improved tap water. So I'll be returning these and I think I'll switch to a large tank filtration system with a mineralizer. Thanks Brita for being the catalyst in this change. Sorry I won't be one of your customers anymore. Bad design...
Date published: 2014-12-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from persistant charcoal particiles After many fill-ups I am still seeing alot of charcoal particiles in the white bowl. Is the filter defective or should I expect this indefinitly?
Date published: 2013-02-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Filters too well This filter is more convenient than the older ones in that you don't have to pre-soak for 15 minutes. We didn't notice the water was any better than the old filters but I think it must filter out too much chlorine as after a few weeks (and before it's time to replace the filter), the water starts turning green with algae in the bottom and the whole family gets diarrhea. We keep our filter at room temperature since most of our water is used in the electric kettle for making hot tea, so it is out on the light but not direct sunlight. We preferred the older style that didn't have this problem [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-04-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The new filter is awful. We have the large dispenser, and we purchased the new replacement filter and it pops out when water is on the top level. Luckily, we were able to find a 3-pack of the prior filter, so we'll be ok for a while. I hope we will be able to go back to the old filter because it works great.
Date published: 2015-01-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not fit properly I have tried every way to fit this new filter to create a good seal and it will not work. Still leaks through so now part of the water is just tap water. Old filter worked fine and never leaked.
Date published: 2015-01-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible I hope Brita is reading this. I started using the newly designed filter last week, while I appreciated the no-soaking convenience I am not sure it's working right. A lot of water didn't go through the filter. It leaks right down to the pitcher. What's the point?
Date published: 2015-08-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from not as good I recently bought the new all-in-one filters for my refrigerator dispenser but I don't like the filters nearly as well as the old style filters. I followed the directions to run water over them for a few seconds and then insert into the dispenser. The filter likes to pop up and let unfiltered water pass into the dispenser or it is very slow to filter. I can fill the upper reservoir with water to be filtered and leave it overnight. By morning, half of the water is still there, to be filtered. Why is this filter so different?
Date published: 2016-02-11
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Height Err:511 inches
Width Err:511 inches
Depth Err:511 inches
Unit Price $719.8 per 100 (on regular retail)
Available Online
Package Count 5
Depth Err:511
Width Err:511
Height Err:511
Extended Size 5 filters
Container Type Bottle
Color White
Model 35516
Indications Replacement water filters that fit all Brita pitchers & dispensers
Country of Manufacture Canada
Ingredient Preference BPA Free
Wash your hands before unwrapping the filter. Pitchers/dispensers: 1. Soak new filter 15 min. 2. Insert filter into reservoir. 3. Add cold tap water. It is normal for carbon dust to appear in your first 2 pitchers. Discard this water or use it to water plants. Water coolers: 1. Soak new filters 15 min. 2. Insert filters into cooler. 3. Fill bottle with water. Discard four glasses from each tap after filters are replaced
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 filtered water