Brita Fill and Go Bottle + 4 filters £3.25 @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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#1
I voted hot cos this is a great price. but not something I would buy as it seems pointless in a way.
#2
brilliant price usually £10 just for the bottle. heat added
#3
Is this national?
#4
Not sure, only seen it in the Potters Bar store but haven't looked in any others
#5
RTC = usually means LOCAL DEAL
#6
Not at Lunsford Park x
#7
Oh, I'll check it tomorrow morning. Thank you. Heat added.
#8
damnit just bought it 2 days ago from John Lewis. Oh well buy another tomorrow. cheers OP
banned#9
Ordinary Brita Filters don't do job well at all, i sure these aren't any better. Bought it previously, using to filter rain water and then on flowers. Done numerous studies, tests on Brita filters and can telling you guys, don't waste your money... Buy water (But not Evian or Volvic, some less known brand), use water distiller, water ionizer or revers osmosis filters.

Edited By: artcheezzz on Jul 30, 2014 23:16
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artcheezzz
Ordinary Brita Filters don't do job well at all, i sure these aren't any better. Bought it previously, using to filter rain water and then on flowers. Done numerous studies, tests on Brita filters and can telling you guys, don't waste your money... Buy water (But not Evian or Volvic, some less known brand), use water distiller, water ionizer or revers osmosis filters.

Sounds like all that is going to cost more than £3.25 though ;)

Do you shop in Waitrose? You sound well posh watering you plants with filtered water ... unless you are growing organic medicated cigarettes!


Edited By: speric07 on Jul 30, 2014 23:31
#11
Bought one of these for about £8 and a pack of filters. Oh what a waste of money. Thing comes with a straw built in, which restricts you from getting all the water out, unless you keep the bottle straight down and suck.

Removed the straw, and it did a better job.

The bottle began to leak in my bag, so was pointless. I gave up on it after 3 weeks, just bought a tap filter jug for £5 with a pack of discount filters for a few quid. A large empty bottle being refilled with chilled filtered water is doing me a lot better than this rip off bottle.
#12
These are a knock off. The original product is the 'KOR Nava'.
banned#13
speric07
artcheezzz
Ordinary Brita Filters don't do job well at all, i sure these aren't any better. Bought it previously, using to filter rain water and then on flowers. Done numerous studies, tests on Brita filters and can telling you guys, don't waste your money... Buy water (But not Evian or Volvic, some less known brand), use water distiller, water ionizer or revers osmosis filters.

Sounds like all that is going to cost more than £3.25 though ;)

Do you shop in Waitrose? You sound well posh watering you plants with filtered water ... unless you are growing organic medicated cigarettes!


Well.. i grow things, such as wheatgrass for juicing, sunflower seeds for salads, etc.. So just because these filters are so useless for tap water, i using it for plants.. And reason why i am saying its useless, you can read it in here a bit. I could explain much more, but i believe you don`t even want to know :)
Waitrose? Most of it is junk, very few products are good, of course its much much better than tesco/asda/saynsburys/morrisons, but still i have to go to different organic farmers and pay fortune (example 10 really organic bananas £8, plus choice is very limited due to seasons) Even organic farm shops sell lots of hybrids, fertilized seedless fruits, etc..

Edited By: artcheezzz on Jul 31, 2014 02:52
#14
Good deal... but you're meant to change the filter once a week... joke! Was tempted to buy one in sainsburys at £10 earlier but then saw this little piece of information. Also... i'm not a fan of my brita water filter at home... filteration takes far too long for a quick drink of water when you need one!
#15
yeah i bought one and tbh it was rubbish, you soon get fed up of it
#16
None at Mansfield/Worksop or Doncaster all £10!

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