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Brita fill & GO bottle with 4 filter disc £5.00 @ Tesco Derby Mickleover

£5.00 @ Tesco Direct
Saw Derby Mickleover Tesco reducing these to £5.00. A handful of them left on the shelves. Should be national - see Sunni comment.
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Saw Derby Mickleover Tesco reducing these to £5.00. A handful of them left on the shelves.

Should be national - see Sunni comment.
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#1
Not sure why my pic in the post is not the one I uploaded but changed to the others.
#2
Useless 99%, even worse than original Brita filters which do remove tiny bit of rust from water, but all chemicals which were added by people stay 100% in tap water. Tested on all levels.
#3
Expertsnced
Useless 99%, even worse than original Brita filters which do remove tiny bit of rust from water, but all chemicals which were added by people stay 100% in tap water. Tested on all levels.

Agreed there, water from my brita tasted nicer but that was probably because I kept it in the fridge!
#4
Not a bad price
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I bought one of these, was alright but doesn't hold much water for someone who's doing sports.

After a few weeks I noticed it was leaking, not just a little but a lot in my bag that I just shelved it.

No idea where it's gone now, I think I gave it to someone. Couldn't care less for it.

A jug filter and a clean bottle does a decent job.
#6
Same experience as kos1c, love my normal Brita filter, live in a heavy water area and use it all the time.

This however, was useless. Started leaking very quickly, which is my main complaint, also the filter didn't seem to do much. My first ever cold vote here for this....
#7
National as saw them in my Tesco too. They also had Bobble Bottle for £3 and filters for £1.50.

Edited By: Sunni on Aug 14, 2016 08:02
#8
I agree the jugs which are plastic so are carcinogenic defeats the object if filtering water! In the end we opted for a tap with the big filter added on and i must admit when you boil the kettle there is no limescale in it! We live in a hard water area!
#9
NOT BPA Free
#10
Abdul09
NOT BPA Free


Brita says it is.

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