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This red 'Elemaris' meter jug from Brita uses unique technology to measure the quality of your filter cartridges and determine the optimum date for replacement. It measures the volume of filtered water, the water quality and the time taken for filtration. It is easy to fill with an ergonomic handle, a non-slip base and a generous 2.4L capacity
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Syzable[mod]#1
Thanks for posting, have added a pic for you :)
lumorukbanned#2
£9.90?
raven#3
Also is it only the filter they are selling and not the jug? The jug is on sale for £26.40 on there.
http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10001_10001_331011921960JG00_-1?breadcrumb=Home~txtElemaris+Meter
lumorukbanned#4
its the jug, says the beginning price and a single filter is about £4.50-£3
thelioncub#5
Thanks
hollymiabanned 1 Like #6
You get one filter with these.

Might be helpful if you posted the codes to get it this price? MX93 - £8.91 & Free Delivery SHC8 + TCB / Quidco

Edited By: hollymia on Aug 05, 2012 09:54
lumorukbanned#7
cheers, had to order it twice at that price. Will have to take the other one back.
rookie1963 1 Like #8
hollymia
You get one filter with these.

Might be helpful if you posted the codes to get it this price? MX93 - £8.91 & Free Delivery SHC8 + TCB / Quidco

Thanks for this, just ordered and charged £8.91. a very good price. good find OP :D
Reeferman#9
Your request cannot be completed, as one or more of the products you wish to purchase are not available in the quantity you requested.

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good price too shame

Edited By: Reeferman on Aug 05, 2012 12:02
lumorukbanned#10
want to buy mine for £9.90 ? :p It's how much I was charged for the first one.
nd4spd#11
oos
pisces2588#12
Darn... I bought 8 cartridges and now no Jug??? LOL
lumorukbanned#13
just sent my second jug back to store today, might be available again soon? Bit disappointed with it to be honest I already had a cheaper one. Was hoping this would actually measure the quality of water as promised by the description ". It measures the volume of filtered water, the water quality and the time taken for filtration".

Which is BS because it's just two contacts in the water, it detects when water is present and then when it's not. It then subtracts the amount of water filtered from the 100% or 100 litres filtered per month. If that isn't reached it reduces it once a week no matter that you've only filtered 10 litres that week.
pisces2588#14
lumoruk
just sent my second jug back to store today, might be available again soon? Bit disappointed with it to be honest I already had a cheaper one. Was hoping this would actually measure the quality of water as promised by the description ". It measures the volume of filtered water, the water quality and the time taken for filtration".

Which is BS because it's just two contacts in the water, it detects when water is present and then when it's not. It then subtracts the amount of water filtered from the 100% or 100 litres filtered per month. If that isn't reached it reduces it once a week no matter that you've only filtered 10 litres that week.

Please may I know which cheaper jug that you mention is better than this model?
I might look somewhere else instead of crying for not getting this =)
lumorukbanned#15
I didn't say better, I paid this for the cheaper jug because it retails for less.

Would buy this jug over it, but wife a bit miffed as to why I bought this jug when it doesn't do much more than the old one.
pisces2588#16
I bought one from ASDA, it costs 15 pounds but I paid 13.50 as my friend has got discount card.
The lid is not good (even though you dont need to lift the whole lid to fill in water, but I just dont like that fact that the way the "cap" is designed, I mean it should be lifted and fill water instead of sink down when the water is filling (to prevent dust being drop into the jug)

P.S: Apparently this model is discontinued (I was told by Debenhams)

Edited By: pisces2588 on Aug 12, 2012 21:19: update
lumorukbanned#17
Don't know many people with dusty fridges?
pisces2588#18
lumoruk
Don't know many people with dusty fridges?

I dont intend to store it in the fridge.

If I show you this picture you will see which one is better (in terms of filling water and keep water clean.

Your text here


Edited By: pisces2588 on Aug 12, 2012 21:54
lumorukbanned#19
but you have to use energy to lift the cap ? I'm happy with the filling function, had to take the whole lid off on my old one.
pisces2588#20
lumoruk
but you have to use energy to lift the cap ? I'm happy with the filling function, had to take the whole lid off on my old one.

Just use your thumb to press it, dont have to lift the whole lid.

The cap on this Elemaris does not close properly, there is a gap in between which is prone to dust falling in.

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