Item No. 0500029

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Brita Replacement Filter, Pitcher, 1 filter

$10.49

Availability: Usually ships in 1 to 3 business days

Details

Instantly purify water from the faucet with Brita Pitcher Replacement Filters. One Brita pitcher filter can replace as many as 300 standard, 16-ounce bottles. These advanced 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:

  • Used activated carbon as well as an ion exchange resin
  • Long lasting, eliminates 99 percent of lead
  • Reduces chlorine, bad tastes, odors and sediment
  • Prevents bacteria growth in filter, reduces sediment and water hardness
  • Each filter has a 40-gallon capacity
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Specs
Height 5.6 inches
Width 2.45 inches
Depth 2.4 inches
Unit Price $10.49 per EACH (on regular retail)
Available Online
Package Count 1
Depth 2.4
Width 2.45
Height 5.6
Extended Size 1 filter
Container Type Bottle
Color White
Model 35512
Indications Replacement filter changes quickly & easily & leaves no black flecks in water
Ingredient Preference BPA Free
Directions
Your water filter pitcher or dispenser 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 water pitchers or 1 water dispenser 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.
Safety
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