Brita Fill & Enjoy Water Filter Jug - Pink £7.93 Free C&C Robert Dyas
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Brita Fill & Enjoy Water Filter Jug - Pink £7.93 Free C&C Robert Dyas

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Found 11th Apr
I'm looking at cutting down on our plastic so want one of these. We had one years ago but Mrs Spookytooth didn't like it because it wouldn't fit in the door of the fridge and took up too much room. I know this one is much smaller but it'll do the job.
The blue one is full price at £24.99, this is for the pink one. Comes with one maxtra filter.
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£10.99 in Argos for the lime one.
argos.co.uk/pro…Idf
Brita < water distillation.
This item gave me a strange image
Blue or Pink, its the water that matters HOT
Edited by: "abhijitdash123" 12th Apr
Worth checking out the Aqua Optima filters on Amazon as these are a lot cheaper than the brita systems. Even the Amazon basics brita compatible cartridges are £18.99 for 6 month's worth, whereas you can get an Aqua Optima jug and 10 months of cartridges for £22.99.
DannyBoy9917 m ago

Worth checking out the Aqua Optima filters on Amazon as these are a lot …Worth checking out the Aqua Optima filters on Amazon as these are a lot cheaper than the brita systems. Even the Amazon basics brita compatible cartridges are £18.99 for 6 month's worth, whereas you can get an Aqua Optima jug and 10 months of cartridges for £22.99.


as a hotukdealer, you should be aware almost constantly, there are deals available for brita cartridges
BargainScavenger9 h, 40 m ago

Brita < water distillation.


why would you want to distill your water and get rid of the useful minerals?
distilled water is great for car radiators... not so much for people
chenzz2 h, 31 m ago

as a hotukdealer, you should be aware almost constantly, there are deals …as a hotukdealer, you should be aware almost constantly, there are deals available for brita cartridges


Indeed I am, and yet they are almost constantly still more expensive than the Aqua Optima ones.
This water OK for putting in whisky whisky whisky?
robodan9184 h, 20 m ago

why would you want to distill your water and get rid of the useful …why would you want to distill your water and get rid of the useful minerals?distilled water is great for car radiators... not so much for people


It removes 99.9 percent of the dirty ingredients. You can then add minerals back into it. Where as brita removes just some of the chloride. That's all. Water taste does not change either.
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BargainScavenger12th Apr

It removes 99.9 percent of the dirty ingredients. You can then add …It removes 99.9 percent of the dirty ingredients. You can then add minerals back into it. Where as brita removes just some of the chloride. That's all. Water taste does not change either.


Seems a bit of a clart on. Where do you get the minerals from, will soil do?
Spookytooth733 h, 20 m ago

Seems a bit of a clart on. Where do you get the minerals from, will soil …Seems a bit of a clart on. Where do you get the minerals from, will soil do?


Trace Minerals Research, 40,000 Volts! Electrolyte Concentrate, 8 fl oz (237 ml) amazon.co.uk/dp/…07M
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BargainScavenger2 m ago

Trace Minerals Research, 40,000 Volts! Electrolyte Concentrate, 8 fl oz …Trace Minerals Research, 40,000 Volts! Electrolyte Concentrate, 8 fl oz (237 ml) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000Z98KF8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_3q8ZAbHW1007M


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