Brita "Fill & Go" Filter Flask and 4 FREE Filter Discs £7.99  @ Amazon (£3.30 P&P / free £10 spend/prime
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Brita "Fill & Go" Filter Flask and 4 FREE Filter Discs £7.99 @ Amazon (£3.30 P&P / free £10 spend/prime

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Found 4th Jan 2015
Fancy a detox post XMAS splurge? Don't like the taste of the hard water where you are? visiting the Gym and need a flask?

the Brita Fill & Go Filter Flask is a trendy flip top flask for filling normal tap water with. The secret? Sucking on the drinking nozzle draws water through the replaceable charcoal filter that removes unwanted 'hard water' tastes to give you lovely, clean, healthy water!

these normally retail for £15-£20 but can be found on offers for £10 usually at supermarkets.

AMAZON Has the GREY and PINK, for just £7.99 PLUS FOUR free filter discs too!! Great Bargain!
Delivery time is 2-3 weeks but hopefully will come earlier.

Edit: MAKE SURE YOU CHECK ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE FOR SELLERS TO SEE THE AMAZON PRICES!!!

26 Comments

Brilliant, thanks for sharing. Bit of a long wait but worth it at that price.

Must have been very limited stock @ 7.99. All options coming in @ 9.30 odd for me

Still £7.99 for me - under other sellers -but £6 postage

Just bought at £7.99 inc postage

Original Poster

make
sure you check on the RHS for the seller to be Amazon and not marketplace sellers. should see the price as described :-)
Edited by: "redcastle" 4th Jan 2015

Still 7.99 at robert dyas in store
same with the 8 disc refill pack

10% off more for students!

These are OK. The filters need to be replaced weekly, but the water filtration is good and I'm relatively pleased with mine.
Edited by: "robodan918" 5th Jan 2015

cooetoe

Must have been very limited stock @ 7.99. All options coming in @ 9.30 … Must have been very limited stock @ 7.99. All options coming in @ 9.30 odd for me



look on the right hand side , still £7.99 @ amazon

thx, just ordered two!

Skip, bought one from tesco when they were £10. Then another £8 into filters.

The thing is junk, stupid design, leaks, and you barely get a drink from it.

I stuck with a fridge filter jug and just fill up old bottles of water when I go out for a skate.

Excellent deal, the filters on their own are normally expensive although they do have them on sale at the moment in supermarkets at £8.

@ kos1c, you do know you are not meant to tilt the bottle to drink it right?

Thanks for the description. Does it work with gin ?

Why not just buy a Brita jug and refill a water bottle? It will be cheaper.

noort81

Excellent deal, the filters on their own are normally expensive although … Excellent deal, the filters on their own are normally expensive although they do have them on sale at the moment in supermarkets at £8.@ kos1c, you do know you are not meant to tilt the bottle to drink it right?



Leaked in my bag on a number of occasions. Isn't while drinking.

I prefer the way I'm doing filtered water now. I get more out off it.

The reviews are off putting, will have to stick to refilling a bottle

Got one, makes an horrific sound when drinking from it. Annoyed rest of the office, so bought a jug.

was about to buy one when I remembered I actually have one of those Bobble bottles which I still haven't taken out the packaging...

Brita make good filters - terrible flasks.

I prefer to just buy the Brita filters and use them in better made flasks

Expensive when you count in the monthly spend on filters.

kos1c

Skip, bought one from tesco when they were £10. Then another £8 into f … Skip, bought one from tesco when they were £10. Then another £8 into filters. The thing is junk, stupid design, leaks, and you barely get a drink from it. I stuck with a fridge filter jug and just fill up old bottles of water when I go out for a skate.



I agree. It's terrible. I tried to use it as a bike water bottle, but you can't get a drink from it properly just casually sipping away let alone trying while biking.

We have 2. Both work fine.

You've got to soak the filter for a minute (not just wet it) prior to use.

Yes, you do have to suck harder than when using a normal bottle, but it works fine.

No leaks here either.

Good price, but I couldn't recommend them. One of my two leaks and the filtering isn't great. I get on much better with my Bobble, which is about the same price.

I have one and the brother in law have one - and we both agreed its a total waste of money. This horrible mould-like black stuff appeared on both on the drinking part that would not shift with a scrubbing brush, scratcher pads, hot water, even a knife couldn't scrape it off - pretty gross. Its noisy and leaks, as others have mentioned. I use a normal water bottle from my bike and fill it with water from my brita jug (which is awesome) Good price, terrible product.
Edited by: "Sir_Deadpool_of_Awesome" 5th Jan 2015

If you soak the filter block for about 5 minutes and tightly insert it, then it works no problem.

Original Poster

I've found the same. I prefer this to having a normal flask and 'hoping' there's a Brita filter around (I.e.) at home. It's great for the first drink but if you're out all day, quickly refilling it and having the same nice taste is a lot better than going " oh it's empty,I'll just buy a bottle of Evian".

Original Poster

Just had an updated email from Amazon saying expected delivery date of 12 Jan so it looks like stock is in! :-)

11 in stock of the Grey version. Thanks
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