BRITA Marella Cool Red Passion Water Filter Jug rrp £21 now £9.99 del @ Amazon
BRITA Marella Cool Red Passion Water Filter Jug rrp £21 now £9.99 del @ Amazon

BRITA Marella Cool Red Passion Water Filter Jug rrp £21 now £9.99 del @ Amazon

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cheapest it's been @ amazon since oct 10, excellent reviews,
1.4 litres filtered water capacity (2.4 litres total capacity)
Electronic 'Memo' cartridge exchange indicator
Slim fridge door design, flip top pour through lid for easy single handed filling
Takes MAXTRA cartridge for optimum removal of chlorine, limescale and impurities
Dishwasher safe (excluding lid)
Product Description
Key features 2,4L Great tasting, fresh BRITA filtered water Economic and convenient Full flavour and better tasting tea and coffee Prolongs domestic appliance life by preventing limescale build up Designed to fit in fridge door Permanently absorbs metals such as lead and copper Ideal for cooking healthy food


I have been using one of these for a month now and I'm quite happy with it, it's much better than my previous one (was a very old version Brita).

I've just bought the blue one and keeps getting little black bits in the bottom from the filter after 3weeks. Anyone else get this problem?
I'm using the original cartridge it came with.

Good price.....

These are great, got mine when £5.99 at Argos. Still worth £9.99 all day.

As regards to the black bits, i also had them and after asking about the conclusion was that the orginal filter tends to get shook about and this loosen theses bits inside and inturn appears in water,, totally harmless aparently. When i changed the cartridge to one bought by myself they went.

Not saying this is true or not, but was the most feasible explanation i could find.

Can anyone explain the electronic meter to me? I had mine packed away and I'm now using it. It still says 100% but there's a flashing dot at the right-hand corner.

Also, as one Amazon review states, be careful not to over-fill the filter/water compartment, as unfiltered water dribbles down the back of the handle. amazon.co.uk/gp/…rev?ie[/b]=UTF8&sort_by=MostRecentReview

Just looked at the details for "Memo": "Change the filter cartridge when all the bars have disappeared and an arrow starts to flash after approximately four weeks". One cartridge filters 100 litres approx in hard water areas, apparently.

The Memo indicator runs out after about 6 months, but apparently Brita can provide new ones for free!

It sounds like the "black bits" might be carbon particles (mentioned when priming a new cartidge, you fill twice and empty it to clear them out)?.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 25th Feb 2012

Comes in different colours at Robert Dyas at the same price £9.99p

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