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Tefal quick cup filters

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ive been taking a quick look round and didnt realise how dear these were, anybody any ideas where the cheapest place to buy them is. If it works out cheaper to buy bulk i dont mind that or even if it…
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
ive been taking a quick look round and didnt realise how dear these were, anybody any ideas where the cheapest place to buy them is. If it works out cheaper to buy bulk i dont mind that or even if its just 1 on its own thats fine, Thanks in advance for the help.
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Just thought this might be useful to you

70 of 70 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars I love my Quick Cup, 3 Mar 2008
By M. D. Consterdine "Don't make me shout!" (Newcastle, Staffs, UK) - See all my reviews
(REAL NAME)
I am only writing this review because of the slightly misleading nature of the other review.

The instruction manual suggests a new filter every 6 - 10 weeks depending on the water in your area and how much use the device gets. But the machine will operate without a filter at all and just because the light suggests a new filter after 2 or 3 weeks you don't have to get one.

I have had mine since Christmas and love it (especially good if like me you use coffee bags - bag in Mug press button walk away come back 5 minutes later), everyone who's seen it wants one!

I live in a hard water area and only now after 10 weeks am I about to purchase a new filter.
#2
I thought i would just say this, i bought my mum one over a year ago and she has never had a new filter in it yet as they were to expensive. now she has a filter jug which she can use for the kettle and other drinks, works out a lot cheaper the replacing the tefal filters.
hope that helps
#3
jeany123
Just thought this might be useful to you

70 of 70 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars I love my Quick Cup, 3 Mar 2008
By M. D. Consterdine "Don't make me shout!" (Newcastle, Staffs, UK) - See all my reviews
(REAL NAME)
I am only writing this review because of the slightly misleading nature of the other review.

The instruction manual suggests a new filter every 6 - 10 weeks depending on the water in your area and how much use the device gets. But the machine will operate without a filter at all and just because the light suggests a new filter after 2 or 3 weeks you don't have to get one.

I have had mine since Christmas and love it (especially good if like me you use coffee bags - bag in Mug press button walk away come back 5 minutes later), everyone who's seen it wants one!

I live in a hard water area and only now after 10 weeks am I about to purchase a new filter.


thanks :thumbsup:
#4
dibsy81
I thought i would just say this, i bought my mum one over a year ago and she has never had a new filter in it yet as they were to expensive. now she has a filter jug which she can use for the kettle and other drinks, works out a lot cheaper the replacing the tefal filters.
hope that helps

thanks :thumbsup:

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