Robert Dyas, BRITA Torlan Filtered Water Dispenser Tap RRP £275 with code £120.00 delivered and free fitting - HotUKDeals
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BRITA Torlan Filtered Water Dispenser Tap

Enjoy clean fresh filtered water on tap for great tasting hot and cold drinks with reduced chlorine, limescale and impurities. Plumbs into standard tap connections. Easy-to-change filter fits under your sink and just screws in. Chrome-plated with high swivel head. Complete with 1 filter lasting up to 6 months

This modern, chrome-plated tap has separate levers for hot an cold non-filtered water and a thrid for BRITA filtered water.There are also many benefits to drinking filtered water some of which are mentioned below

Benefits of drinking filtered water:
•No impurities
•Better flavour
•Reduces the taste and odour of chlorine
•Environmentally friendly
•Ideal for use when cooking healthy food.

The high swivelling tap head provides great tasting, clean, filtered water and won't get in the way when you're washing up.
•BRITA filtered water on demand
•Separate tap controls for hot, cold and brita filtered water
•Filter cartridge reduces limescale, chlorine, metals and organic impurities
•Electronic cartridge exchange indicator for reassurance of filtration performance
•Easy fit cartridges change over in seconds
•Fully recyclable cartridges deliver 3-6 months of BRITA filtered water
•Cartridge conveniently fits neatly vertically or horizontally under sink
•Integrated BRITA P1000 water filter cartridge included
•Colour: Chrome Finish
•Free installation is included when you buy this BRITA Tap. Normally £149.99. An approved Brita engineer will install your Brita tap on a day and time to suit you. See leaflet in tap box for details.






























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#1
I got mine for £62.50 but even at this price I would buy it again if need be. They are absolutely fantastic (my tap water tastes so bad I can not drink without it) and they all include free installation.
#2
how much are filters tho and how long do they last
#3
deanos
how much are filters tho and how long do they last

Filters are about £30-£45, they last a maximum of 6 months (well they say you should change every six months for hygiene), but depends on how hard the water is and usage. I do not live in a hard water area (but have chlorine in the water) so I expect mine to last me the full 6 months.
#4
MikeLondon
deanos
how much are filters tho and how long do they last

Filters are about £30-£45, they last a maximum of 6 months (well they say you should change every six months for hygiene), but depends on how hard the water is and usage. I do not live in a hard water area (but have chlorine in the water) so I expect mine to last me the full 6 months.

Actually the cheapest price for the filters is £45, and the Brita website says they last up to 3 months. Although this is a good idea, I'm not prepared take on an annual bill of £180. I'll just put up with the inconvenience of the standard water jug - at least I can keep that in the fridge!
#5
Would love to have this but it is expensive if you have to change the filter every 3 months and more than likely that will be the case to get the best results. Still a great deal :)
#6
No8
MikeLondon
deanos
how much are filters tho and how long do they last

Filters are about £30-£45, they last a maximum of 6 months (well they say you should change every six months for hygiene), but depends on how hard the water is and usage. I do not live in a hard water area (but have chlorine in the water) so I expect mine to last me the full 6 months.

Actually the cheapest price for the filters is £45, and the Brita website says they last up to 3 months. Although this is a good idea, I'm not prepared take on an annual bill of £180. I'll just put up with the inconvenience of the standard water jug - at least I can keep that in the fridge!

Actually I gave a price range and it took me 30 seconds to find it cheaper than £45

http://www.amazon.co.uk/BRITA-P1000-Water-Filter-Cartridge/dp/B003X26VS2/ref=sr_1_1?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1419111332&sr=1-1&keywords=p1000

And actually if you read the website properly it states 3-6 months.

http://www.brita.co.uk/brita/en-gb/shop/p-1000/P_1000.grid?id=1004263&category=cartridges

- Just looking a bit more the best deal I can see at the moment is from brita x4 for 135 - that would last me 2 years (it will be less for some people) £67.5 a year for me.

Edited By: MikeLondon on Dec 20, 2014 21:59: brita deal
#7
Benefits " environmently friendly" how? You are using a filter, probably made in China, shipped to the UK , then on roads.
Just say it tastes better job done. I use the britta jugs a nice cheaper alternative, but really tempered as I like gadgets.
#8
MikeLondon
No8
MikeLondon
deanos
how much are filters tho and how long do they last

Filters are about £30-£45, they last a maximum of 6 months (well they say you should change every six months for hygiene), but depends on how hard the water is and usage. I do not live in a hard water area (but have chlorine in the water) so I expect mine to last me the full 6 months.

Actually the cheapest price for the filters is £45, and the Brita website says they last up to 3 months. Although this is a good idea, I'm not prepared take on an annual bill of £180. I'll just put up with the inconvenience of the standard water jug - at least I can keep that in the fridge!

Actually I gave a price range and it took me 30 seconds to find it cheaper than £45

http://www.amazon.co.uk/BRITA-P1000-Water-Filter-Cartridge/dp/B003X26VS2/ref=sr_1_1?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1419111332&sr=1-1&keywords=p1000

And actually if you read the website properly it states 3-6 months.

http://www.brita.co.uk/brita/en-gb/shop/p-1000/P_1000.grid?id=1004263&category=cartridges

- Just looking a bit more the best deal I can see at the moment is from brita x4 for 135 - that would last me 2 years (it will be less for some people) £67.5 a year for me.

My apologies, £160 a year, as long as Amazon are discounting them by a fiver!

Direct quote from the Ops website:

"BRITA Replacement Tap Filter Cartridge P1000BRITA P1000 cartridges reduce limescale, chlorine and other impurities for cleaner, clearer, great tasting hot and cold drinks. P1000 cartridges deliver BRITA filtered water for 3 months and an electronic cartridge exchange indicator tells you when to change the cartridge."

Think I'll still stick with the jug.
#9
Looks cool. I like a gadget too!

And for the cartidges, you could get from Brita directly:

http://www.brita.co.uk/brita/en-gb/shop/p-1000-4-pack/p_1000_4.grid?id=1011296&category=cartridges

£140 for 4.

And on the website:

P 1000 cartridge
Cartridge performance in hard water areas (up to 8.5 dH):
1000 litres = approx. 6 months
Cartridge performance in very hard water areas (above 8.5 dH):
500 litres = approx. 3 months

Edited By: shortguy4u on Dec 22, 2014 10:23
#10
The cartridges are now £34.99 each online at Robert Dyas. using the 15% off code drops them to under £30.00 each.
Just ordered three for just over £90.00 with delivery charge, so a little cheaper than Brita direct

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