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Brita Water Filter Maxtra, 12 Pack

This is not the cheapest I have seen of these but prices for this pack have been hanging around £33-34 for a long time, If you are in need of some this isn't a bad price for 12.

£2.40 per month

Manufacturer's Description
Millions of households already choose BRITA filtered water for cleaner, clearer great tasting drinks; but did you know that BRITA is the only water filter brand to recycle its cartridges. The UKs leading water filter company, has teamed up with some of the UKs biggest retailers to launch a new in-store water filter cartridge-recycling scheme, allowing you to return your cartridges and do your bit for the environment.

Health experts are always reminding us of the benefits of drinking plenty of water to help our bodies stay fit and our minds alert. Domestic water filters are an ideal way to ensure we enjoy our daily dose.

Although tap water in the UK is perfectly safe, it doesnt always taste, look or smell as pleasant as wed like. Chlorine can produce a smell reminiscent of swimming pool water, and the effect can be noticeable not only in drinking water but in hot drinks and food cooked in water. Limescale (temporary hardness) present in hard water can impair the taste of tea and coffee and leave an oily film on the surface, as well as causing scale build up in appliances. Metals such as lead and copper, can also affect the taste of water. BRITA filters reduce these impurities, improving the taste, smell and appearance to give a more enjoyable drinking experience.

BRITA cartridges allow you to benefit from cleaner, clearer, great tasting hot and cold drinks.

Hard water affects many parts of the UK reducing the quality, taste and appearance of our tea and coffee. As limescale is present in drinking water, it can build up in our appliances and also cause an oily film to appear on the top of your cup of tea. A BRITA jug or water filter kettle will reduce these impurities giving you cleaner, clearer, great tasting tea and less de-scaling or replacing of your kettle.

Each MAXTRA cartridge delivers up to 150 litres of great tasting BRITA filtered water, so at only 4p per litre its great value for money!

How Do I Prepare My Cartridge?

Remove the protective wrapper (note: cartridge inside wrapper may appear moist, this is simply condensation). Immerse cartridge in cold water and shake to release and air bubbles. The filter is now ready for use.

Note: as is required for some other water filter cartridges, there is no need to pre-soak the new MAXTRA cartridge.

Cartridge Installation

Place the cartridge into the funnel and push downwards until it slots firmly into place. The cartridge should then stay in place if the funnel is turn upside down.

Flushing the Filter

When the new cartridge is installed you will then need to flush two lots of water through the cartridge, These first two fillings are used to flush and prepare the filter cartridge. now refill the funnel and the system is ready for use.

When Do I Need to Change my Cartridge?

To ensure optimum performance you should change you BRITA MAXTRA cartridge on a regular basis every four weeks. Your BRITA Water Filter jug is equipped with and electronic "Memo" to indicate when the cartridge should be exchanged.
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#1
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#2
:thumbsup:
#3
Not so hot, Robert Dyas were doing 12 for £16 in November. Argos had 12 for 16.99:whistling:
If you are thinking of stocking up for a year it would be worthwhile waiting for a better deal
#4
RawhideNick
Not so hot, Robert Dyas were doing 12 for £16 in November. Argos had 12 for 16.99:whistling:
If you are thinking of stocking up for a year it would be worthwhile waiting for a better deal


Those were 6 packs, you've never been able to get 12 for so cheap.
#5
12 for £24 is about as good as it's been and these deals might or might not be repeated, so this deal is certainly worth stocking up with.
#6
williham
you've never been able to get 12 for so cheap.


Not strictly true..
i picked these 12 up from amazon for less than £25 a while back.. Got 6 left.. so about 6 months ago..


still a great deal though.:thumbsup:
#7
You a mug if you waste your money on this rubbish!:?
#8
charlie71
Not strictly true..
i picked these 12 up from amazon for less than £25 a while back.. Got 6 left.. so about 6 months ago..


still a great deal though.:thumbsup:


Sorry I meant you've never been able to get 12 for £16.99 like they were saying, I know they've been available for around £24/25 before.
#9
Dave-T
12 for £24 is about as good as it's been and these deals might or might not be repeated, so this deal is certainly worth stocking up with.


Thats what I paid at Amazon in December. Still this deal is HOT right now
#10
Costco do the 12 pack with the Jug for about £33, not bad if you want to replace that too.
#11
leesandra
You a mug if you waste your money on this rubbish!:?


I Agree, These Charcoal canister type filter's have never been proven to do much to water quality, there's a LOT of marketing nonsense and I'm sure Mr Brita is pretty happy about selling them. Let the water companies filter your water (part of the reason you pay your water bill) and spend the money saved on a juicer, juice some fresh carrot juice instead, yum. :thumbsup:
#12
hotukdealz
I Agree, These Charcoal canister type filter's have never been proven to do much to water quality, there's a LOT of marketing nonsense and I'm sure Mr Brita is pretty happy about selling them. Let the water companies filter your water (part of the reason you pay your water bill) and spend the money saved on a juicer, juice some fresh carrot juice instead, yum. :thumbsup:


I don't like our tap water, I don't care if it's marketing nonsense, if it didn't taste better I wouldn't use it.
#13
well i got a bosch kettle with this filter in it and you can tell when it needs changing but then i do live in a hard water area
#14
williham
I don't like our tap water, I don't care if it's marketing nonsense, if it didn't taste better I wouldn't use it.


Exactly. Our tap water is minging, even the cats won't drink it! Voted hot from me.
#15
We live in a hard water area too. Used to go through a kettle a year due to it scaling up, even with regular treatment. hardly ever need to descale it since we go tone of these. (same with out coffee machine).
#16
I've got one in my Espresso machine - I just leave the same one in for about 6 months. Never noticed any improvement in the taste of the coffee after replacing it with a new one - or just taking it out altogether.
#17
chrysalis
Exactly. Our tap water is minging, even the cats won't drink it! Voted hot from me.


you should get your cat a Drinkwell :thumbsup:
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jhw
I've got one in my Espresso machine - I just leave the same one in for about 6 months. Never noticed any improvement in the taste of the coffee after replacing it with a new one - or just taking it out altogether.


I have one in for about 2 months now, its still working fine. have to say to me the water does taste different after it has been through the filter even for a 2 month old one. for when I'm making coffee using filtered water, it does taste a bit better but not much (enough to notice) probably because the water is boiled.
#18
My god why dont you just burn £10 notes to keep warm or put it down the drain. all mad!!!
#19
I prefer to use £50's they take longer to burn
banned#20
charlie71
We live in a hard water area too. Used to go through a kettle a year due to it scaling up, even with regular treatment. hardly ever need to descale it since we go tone of these. (same with out coffee machine).


+1
banned#21
Just recently converted to a Brita elarmaris jug (2weeks) after buying bottles for years. Filtered water is allot better then straight from the tap, but i can still taste that disgusting aftertaste to the filtered water.
#22
perfect timing, just run out. thanks op.

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