BRITA - Red Marella Cool Water Filter Jug (Less Than Half Price) now £5.49 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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The cartridges are on offer in Amazon. £10 for 4

The BRITA Marella Cool jug will give cleaner, clearer great tasting BRITA filtered water.
* 1.4 litre filtered water capacity.
* 2.4 litre total capacity.
* Electronic 'Memo' cartridge exchange indicator.
* Slim fridge door design.
* Flip top pour through lid for easy single handed filling.
* Takes MAXTRA cartridge for optimum removal of chlorine, limescale and impurities.
* Dishwasher safe (excluding lid).
* 1 MAXTRA filter cartridge supplied.
* Size (H)27.7, (W)26.7, (D)10.9cm.
* Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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1 Like #1
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/110-8423249MMA74UC907833M.jpg
1 Like #2
Nice find, I bet the idiots desperately trying to grab the amazon bf one feel stupid now :D
#3
previously posted but great reminder, got one for myself and one for inlaws for crimbo
2 Likes #4
Got one, and great for those who missed the amazon click happy people
#5
Can anyone tell me if you go through quidco for reserve and collect if you get the credit for it when you've paid in store??
#6
Hot!
1 Like #8
With the price of filter carts arent these just a drain as the initial price in no way reflects the ongoing cost of ownership?
1 Like #9
Agree, I've got two of these jugs and stopped using them as could never find a deal on the Maxtra filters.
Also as half the jug is the prefiltered water which drains into the other section through the filter they dont actually hold that much and I found myself constantly filling it up.
#10
Brewer
With the price of filter carts arent these just a drain as the initial price in no way reflects the ongoing cost of ownership?


May be these are good for not regular but substantial use while travelling, when bottled water cost / availability could be an issue.
#11
Jimmyboy
Agree, I've got two of these jugs and stopped using them as could never find a deal on the Maxtra filters.Also as half the jug is the prefiltered water which drains into the other section through the filter they dont actually hold that much and I found myself constantly filling it up.

I was just thinking that, looks like around 80% of the inside is plastic, never seen the need for these? I guess if you live in a really hard water area it could be of some use, but as mentioned you need to keep buying filters so the initial cost soon becomes a wallet burner, how long do the filters last?
#12
d_dixon50
Jimmyboy
Agree, I've got two of these jugs and stopped using them as could never find a deal on the Maxtra filters.Also as half the jug is the prefiltered water which drains into the other section through the filter they dont actually hold that much and I found myself constantly filling it up.


I was just thinking that, looks like around 80% of the inside is plastic, never seen the need for these? I guess if you live in a really hard water area it could be of some use, but as mentioned you need to keep buying filters so the initial cost soon becomes a wallet burner, how long do the filters last?


Filters have a life of 4 weeks each,we use one of these at home, there are often deals on the filters, check out this site for the ones from B&Q and Sainsburys lately.

And yes we keep ours filled at all times.
#13
Fab deal! Thanks.
#14
Thanks. Ordered one, just as the timer on my old one has stopped working. :)
#15
Wheres the best place to get the cartridges at the moment?
1 Like #16
What's the point of filtered water, many water companies across the UK have excellent quality water some even put flouride in it. So why would you want all the goodness that's already in the water filtered away?
#17
Thanksx
#18
Andy_Gateshead
What's the point of filtered water, many water companies across the UK have excellent quality water some even put flouride in it. So why would you want all the goodness that's already in the water filtered away?


My girlfriend uses them religously. She goes to Sheffield Hallam and the water where she stays is almost murky.
#19
Jimmyboy
Agree, I've got two of these jugs and stopped using them as could never find a deal on the Maxtra filters.Also as half the jug is the prefiltered water which drains into the other section through the filter they dont actually hold that much and I found myself constantly filling it up.
Thanks. Heated. My sister has a white one and is looking for deals on filters..please let us know if there's Maxtra cartridges on offer!
1 Like #20
louiselouise
Jimmyboy
Agree, I've got two of these jugs and stopped using them as could never find a deal on the Maxtra filters.Also as half the jug is the prefiltered water which drains into the other section through the filter they dont actually hold that much and I found myself constantly filling it up.
Thanks. Heated. My sister has a white one and is looking for deals on filters..please let us know if there's Maxtra cartridges on offer!


Bought this from Amazon....they are on offer

http://www.amazon.co.uk/BRITA-MAXTRA-Water-Filter-Cartridge/dp/B000QG7AJM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1290553388&sr=8-1
#21
Here's a deal posted previously, 8 for £17.95 now: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/alternative-filter-compatible-to-br/766355#comments ("Compatible with" Brita Maxtra water filters)

Direct Link: http://www.laica.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=28

Edited By: louiselouise on Nov 23, 2010 23:07
#22
Andy_Gateshead
What's the point of filtered water, many water companies across the UK have excellent quality water some even put flouride in it. So why would you want all the goodness that's already in the water filtered away?


Are you saying Flouride in water is good ?
#23
fab - thanks
1 Like #24
Got mine today! Thanks very much OP =]
#25
mekon
Andy_Gateshead
What's the point of filtered water, many water companies across the UK have excellent quality water some even put flouride in it. So why would you want all the goodness that's already in the water filtered away?


Are you saying Flouride in water is good ?


absolutely. as long as it is in the right ratio. fluoride is good for teeth/oral hygiene. it's what they put in most toothpastes!
1 Like #26
Got mine today too! Last one in my local store! Thanks again. There's a competition inside for a year's supply of filters (Brita do a raffle every month).
#27
Just reserved one, thanks op.
#28
mekon
Andy_Gateshead
What's the point of filtered water, many water companies across the UK have excellent quality water some even put flouride in it. So why would you want all the goodness that's already in the water filtered away?
Are you saying Flouride in water is good ?
yeah it's great for teeth!
#29
mekon
Andy_Gateshead
What's the point of filtered water, many water companies across the UK have excellent quality water some even put flouride in it. So why would you want all the goodness that's already in the water filtered away?


Are you saying Flouride in water is good ?
The guy must be a lying dentist
#30
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