Asda Brita Water Filter Cartridges 4pk £10
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Asda Brita Water Filter Cartridges 4pk £10

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Found 26th May 2014
Asda is rolling back the price on the 4pk Brita water filters!
Pretty sweet deal working out at £2.50 per cartridge!

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Also the same price at Amazon if you can't get to an Asda

Banned

Waste of money...!

artcheezzz

Waste of money...!


Agree

artcheezzz

Waste of money...!



Disagree

agaza

Agree



Explain your comment please.

artcheezzz

Waste of money...!



Explain your comment please.

cooper182

can get 4 for £4.75 from amazon … can get 4 for £4.75 from amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Maxtra-Step-Water-Filtration-Cartridge/dp/B000GCFOGC/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1401224809&sr=8-8&keywords=brita+maxtra+cartridgesAnd they are good and not a waste of money.



Really? That's a single 4-step cartridge, not 4 singles!
Edited by: "MrMarmite" 27th May 2014

cooper182

can get 4 for £4.75 from amazon … can get 4 for £4.75 from amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Maxtra-Step-Water-Filtration-Cartridge/dp/B000GCFOGC/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1401224809&sr=8-8&keywords=brita+maxtra+cartridgesAnd they are good and not a waste of money.



This is for one piece mate...

cooper182

can get 4 for £4.75 from amazon … can get 4 for £4.75 from amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Maxtra-Step-Water-Filtration-Cartridge/dp/B000GCFOGC/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1401224809&sr=8-8&keywords=brita+maxtra+cartridgesAnd they are good and not a waste of money.



That's for one cartridge, the title says 4 step (as in 4 step filtration process)

Step 1: Pre filtration - Fine Top grids. Step 2: Ion Exchange Resin - Reduction of. limescale & heavy metals. Step 3: Activated carbon - Reduces Chlorine & organic impurities. Step 4 Integrated bottom grids.

Product Description
Brita - Single Maxtra Cartridge

Edited by: "CJUK" 27th May 2014

my bad ^^ didnt read it properly :P Geeeeeeez

well there a tenner on amazon free delivery amazon.co.uk/gp/…8-1
Edited by: "cooper182" 27th May 2014

Got 8 for £16 at Greenwich Sainsbury's the other day.

Banned

Same at Amazon, and I don't have to mingle with the zombie chavs in Asda, dragging their 7 benefits assets round.

BACONIZGUD4ME

Same at Amazon, and I don't have to mingle with the zombie chavs in Asda, … Same at Amazon, and I don't have to mingle with the zombie chavs in Asda, dragging their 7 benefits assets round.




Lol I totally agree! Just bought 3 packs of 4 on amazon saves me from putting up with the long queues at asda and chavs doing my head in

Thanks OP. Our coffee machine takes these. It stops it from clogging up inside. Oh and as for the Asda bashing - pretentious twaddle. I earn a decent living and I chose to shop in Asda. I actually want to keep hold of the money that I earn and not waste it on somebody else's notion of a middle class shopping experience.
Edited by: "Curlynob" 28th May 2014

Banned

CJUK

Explain your comment please.


* Sure.
Sorry i will copy paste it from previous post:
In case anyone interested how clean water is all over uk.
That`s water in Leicester. Don`t even think that water in your town will be any better.
Glass on the left is ordinary tap water which LOOKS clean.
Glass on the right is that whats left from 1 gallon tap water after distillation.
We all are convinced that distilled water is "dead" water, its bad for us. But i don't really believe that, rain water is same distilled water according to TDS meter. Water conductivity is the same.
So i did my own test:
Onion on the left placed in to distilled water, onion on the right in to tap water. Both onions was visualy the same, without roots once experiment started. It`s view after a week. Test repeated twice, same results.

Our tap water is full of fluoride and other toxins and rust. I have done some tests with Brita Maxtra filters:
Unfiltered tap water shows 259ppm (particles per million) - water conductivity, that`s indicates how many "stuff" inside.
Distilled water is 0 ppm.
After first filtration with brand new Brita Filter
water was 25% cleaner - 193ppm, removed some rust
After second time additional 7%, 180ppm.
After third time additional 2%, 176ppm.
Fourth time same thing.

So, conclusion:
Brita filter removes 33% after 3 filtration's something out of water, more likely rust.
And fluoride stays 100% in the water, which we all have to aware.
So my advice to you guys, get water distiller or water ionizer.
Hope that helps for some one...
* I hope that`s enough to say - its a waste of money,
http://s30.postimg.org/h57ymmm6p/water.jpg



10 Facts about fluoride
And there is loads more info.
* TDS - (total dissolved solids measured in parts per million or milligrams per liter)

Edited by: "artcheezzz" 29th May 2014

Damn it, was just about to post this deal.... glad I checked first.
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