Brita Fill & Go £9.99 @ Sainsbury's
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Brita Fill & Go £9.99 @ Sainsbury's

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Voted hot for the price, but for those really wanting to save money, get a filter tap with an under sink cartridge and for less than £20 every 6 months, you can have hundreds of litres of water filtered very practically at home. Happy to advise as I did this years ago. It’s a shame homes don’t come with them fitted.
I bought this for around the same price 4 years ago. In regard to usability. I would say it leaks (which put me off from ever placing it in my bag), it requires constant filter changing (filters are expensive) and you have to literally suck really hard to get the water out. I stopped using it. However, it could be that they have addressed the leak issue, which I don't have a clue about. I would rather recommend the other bobble bottle thing.
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Voted hot for the price, but for those really wanting to save money, get a filter tap with an under sink cartridge and for less than £20 every 6 months, you can have hundreds of litres of water filtered very practically at home. Happy to advise as I did this years ago. It’s a shame homes don’t come with them fitted.
I bought this for around the same price 4 years ago. In regard to usability. I would say it leaks (which put me off from ever placing it in my bag), it requires constant filter changing (filters are expensive) and you have to literally suck really hard to get the water out. I stopped using it. However, it could be that they have addressed the leak issue, which I don't have a clue about. I would rather recommend the other bobble bottle thing.
It's shame it does come with a handle built into the design. It's easier to hook my fingers under a handle than grasp this all day long
Saro2 h, 35 m ago

It's shame it does come with a handle built into the design. It's easier …It's shame it does come with a handle built into the design. It's easier to hook my fingers under a handle than grasp this all day long


The spots version is on offer too
jodie.ward55 m ago

The spots version is on offer too


How much is that please? Any link?
7.99
donslibi6 h, 24 m ago

Voted hot for the price, but for those really wanting to save money, get a …Voted hot for the price, but for those really wanting to save money, get a filter tap with an under sink cartridge and for less than £20 every 6 months, you can have hundreds of litres of water filtered very practically at home. Happy to advise as I did this years ago. It’s a shame homes don’t come with them fitted.


Hi, I have been thinking to get a filter system but was not sure about the options. Can you please elaborate on what's needed, preferred makes etc. Thanks very much
Please don’t waste your money on these, we’ve had 3, the old style and the new, and all 3 have leaked badly. The water pours out and soaks your clothes. Brita didn’t want to know either when I contacted them and I disappointed with their customer service.
donslibi7 h, 51 m ago

Voted hot for the price, but for those really wanting to save money, get a …Voted hot for the price, but for those really wanting to save money, get a filter tap with an under sink cartridge and for less than £20 every 6 months, you can have hundreds of litres of water filtered very practically at home. Happy to advise as I did this years ago. It’s a shame homes don’t come with them fitted.

thanks
some link please.
Bought one of these ages ago (or similar design by Brita).

Was pricy, filters were ok I guess. But thing leaked constantly in my bag. Ended up giving it away. Wouldn't buy again.
I bought the more sportier model with the useful finger strap. Problem is, that it will leak 50% of the time due to poor design of the seal and filter disk placements. Filter disks are very pricey too and their fustomer servuce is terrible.

I would pass on any of the Brita fill & go products.
donslibi11 h, 59 m ago

Voted hot for the price, but for those really wanting to save money, get a …Voted hot for the price, but for those really wanting to save money, get a filter tap with an under sink cartridge and for less than £20 every 6 months, you can have hundreds of litres of water filtered very practically at home. Happy to advise as I did this years ago. It’s a shame homes don’t come with them fitted.


Hello....where can you buy the filters for the Brita taps for £20?

Thanks
Not worth it. I have one of these and like others found it leaked. I also found that everytime I drank from it, the mouthpiece would close as it was in my mouth - You pull it out to drink from, push back to close.

Not good. They did do one with a straw which is much better
BargainScavenger13 h, 48 m ago

I bought this for around the same price 4 years ago. In regard to …I bought this for around the same price 4 years ago. In regard to usability. I would say it leaks (which put me off from ever placing it in my bag), it requires constant filter changing (filters are expensive) and you have to literally suck really hard to get the water out. I stopped using it. However, it could be that they have addressed the leak issue, which I don't have a clue about. I would rather recommend the other bobble bottle thing.


I agree. I use bottle all the time for sports and found these disappointing. Better to get the jug and fill up from that.
gpb2 h, 34 m ago

Hello....where can you buy the filters for the Brita taps for £20? Thanks


Why get a Brita tap? Buy a mini filter tap of your choice (Franke do a good one for £75), some LLDPE tubing from Amazon (£5), John Guest Pushfit Tee (£15) and get commercial grade filters such as hydro+ h15pa (£16.50): andrewswater.co.uk/hyd…ors
Edited by: "donslibi" 16th Apr
Same price boots online
donslibi15 h, 51 m ago

Voted hot for the price, but for those really wanting to save money, get a …Voted hot for the price, but for those really wanting to save money, get a filter tap with an under sink cartridge and for less than £20 every 6 months, you can have hundreds of litres of water filtered very practically at home. Happy to advise as I did this years ago. It’s a shame homes don’t come with them fitted.


Thank you for your help. Please elaborate and post links here if you can of the filter tap and under sink cartridge. Can i diy on this? I tried googling and there are tons to confuse me. Thanks in advance
Hi guys, Can anyone suggest why yiu need this compare to tap water in a normal water bottle? Thanks
Aldi do a way better version for £3.99 with replacement filters 1.99 for 2 and the bottle doesn't leak.
donslibi18 h, 17 m ago

Voted hot for the price, but for those really wanting to save money, get a …Voted hot for the price, but for those really wanting to save money, get a filter tap with an under sink cartridge and for less than £20 every 6 months, you can have hundreds of litres of water filtered very practically at home. Happy to advise as I did this years ago. It’s a shame homes don’t come with them fitted.


This is very interesting.
Where can i get the filter system from and how much does it cost?
found many tacky websites.
Saro13 h, 0 m ago

How much is that please? Any link?


7.99
chenzz56 m ago

This is very interesting.Where can i get the filter system from and how …This is very interesting.Where can i get the filter system from and how much does it cost?found many tacky websites.


Amazon do bundle packs cheap
jennie.townend12 h, 34 m ago

Please don’t waste your money on these, we’ve had 3, the old style and the …Please don’t waste your money on these, we’ve had 3, the old style and the new, and all 3 have leaked badly. The water pours out and soaks your clothes. Brita didn’t want to know either when I contacted them and I disappointed with their customer service.


I am on my second one. They contacted me and replaced it free of charge when I tweeted a complaint.
same price is at boots
chenzz5 h, 56 m ago

This is very interesting.Where can i get the filter system from and how …This is very interesting.Where can i get the filter system from and how much does it cost?found many tacky websites.



Hukdmum8 h, 22 m ago

Thank you for your help. Please elaborate and post links here if you can …Thank you for your help. Please elaborate and post links here if you can of the filter tap and under sink cartridge. Can i diy on this? I tried googling and there are tons to confuse me. Thanks in advance


Franke Filter tap Chrome:
frankefilterflow.co.uk/fil…tap

Franke Filter Tap Silk Steel:
frankefilterflow.co.uk/rep…eel

1/4” Tubing:
amazon.co.uk/dp/…910

1/4” Tee for 15mm pipes (search for a 22mm if you have larger water pipes):
amazon.co.uk/dp/…8WQ

Hydro+ H15PA water filter:
andrewswater.co.uk/hyd…ors

Filter mounting clips:
amazon.co.uk/dp/…YC8

The connection procedure is just as with any filter system but the above combination of parts is my recommendation from personal experience and from having tried other filters and taps, and trying a ready ‘all-in-one’ kit.
Get a Bobble or something because this leaks all over you when you have a little drink in the middle of the night! Seriously it’s a crap design, it has a hole at the top that is meant to let air in into the bottle when you’re drinking it, but it also lets the water out too.
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