BRITA Marella water filter jug 2.4L, MAXTRA+, White - Fridge fit - £10.50 (Prime) £14.99 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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BRITA Marella water filter jug 2.4L, MAXTRA+, White - Fridge fit - £10.50 (Prime) £14.99 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 3rd Oct
Now down to £10.50 on Amazon. The jug comes with the 1 Maxtra cartridge.

Product Description

The Marella jug comes in a wide variety of colours including limited edition designs and also a choice in size to help match your kitchen style. Featuring MAXTRA+ filter with MicroFlow technology, impurities from tap water are reduced to leave ideal-tasting water for drinking, brewing tea and coffee and preparing meals.

Storage type
Ambient

Preparation and usage
For optimum filtration performance exchange MAXTRA+ cartridges every 150 litres or every month.

Box Contains
Water filter jug and cartridge

Features


- Slim and compact fridge door fitting design with 1.4 Litre filtered water capacity, 2.4 Litre total capacity -dishwasher safe (except lid)
- Fresh tasting water without plastic bottle waste for just a few pence per litre
- Features flip lid for easy filling and electronic memo cartridge replacement reminder
- Micro carbon pearls reduce chlorine and organic impurities, improving taste and odour of food and drink
- Ion exchange pearls permanently absorb metals and reduce limescale protecting appliances against scale build up
- Includes 1 x MAXTRA+ filter cartridges which last 4 weeks and is recyclable
- 30 day money back guarantee and free replacement parts service
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That's 49p cheaper than 3 cartridges. Fantastic deal
I think I need this.... Ordered just to be sure :/
I found this one for £7.87 at Amazon too. I’m not sure what’s the difference. Older model??

amazon.co.uk/BRI…B3E
Another item I’ve overpaid for about a year ago

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mycupofgreentea03/10/2019 21:10

I found this one for £7.87 at Amazon too. I’m not sure what’s the diff …I found this one for £7.87 at Amazon too. I’m not sure what’s the difference. Older model?? https://www.amazon.co.uk/BRITA-Aluna-water-filter-MAXTRA/dp/B01N6B2LP1/ref=pd_aw_sbs_201_2/260-9887942-7502028?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B01N6B2LP1&pd_rd_r=11cf9af5-4aa6-4b0f-9172-22beb3075116&pd_rd_w=D0FYG&pd_rd_wg=GsDgy&pf_rd_p=d7c21b82-b599-4edd-8ba7-113e9119ff07&pf_rd_r=VM00JS2G6D832H9G2B3E&psc=1&refRID=VM00JS2G6D832H9G2B3E


Aluna jug needs the lid removed to fill up.
I know this is supposed to be one of the best brands out there but can anyone comment on how much better this is compared to the wilko brand?

i personally like the taste of the wilko brand filter over the aqua optima ones i used previously. But i found wilko brand filter to be ultra slow which might be reason it tasted better? I dont know but it gets tiring after a bit having to wait for so long. I do have plans for buying filter taps in near future but for now i need to make do with this as mine broke.

Finally, on average how much should i be paying for the filters when on sale? Thanks
Edited by: "xPabloz" 5th Oct
Great. Have been looking for a replacement for my Filter jug which is on its last legs after I dropped it and cracked it. Taped it up to stop the leaks. Lid indicator stopped working. I have the large one and wanted to get one to fit the fridge door so this is perfect.
Thanks for posting @Frank30uk we have added this to the Highlights pages
Are these good for filling up a bath? I only bathe in filtered waters
How well of a job does this actually do taking out Chlorine and Fluoride from the tap water?
Edited by: "guru404" 4th Oct
I've been looking for one...Ordered. Does anyone know where I can buy compatible or maxtra+ cheap filters from? Thanks in advance.
Same taste as tap water...
I would rather buy lots of asda smart price water, 2l for 17p instead.
xPabloz04/10/2019 04:47

I know this is supposed to be one of the best brands out there but can …I know this is supposed to be one of the best brands out there but can anyone comment on how much better this is compared to the wilko brand?i personally like the taste of the wilko brand filter over the aqua optima ones i used previously. But i found wilko brand filter to be ultra slow which might be reason it tasted better? I dont know but it gets tiring after a bit having to wait for so long. I do have plans for buying filter taps in near future but for now i need to make do with this as mine broke.Finally, on average how much should i be paying for the filters when on sale? Thanks


I had the Wilko filter jug before Brita and Wilko was not filtering that well. My electric kettle had residue on it after a year of use. With the Brita filters, it's 100% clean after a year. Also, the Wilko jug was impossible to clean after some time - I am guessing poor plastic.

The Maxxtra+ filters are normally around £3.00 if bought in bigger packs. It is recommended to change them every months - that is up to you, but people report that they last much longer than that.
Omg that's what I do, but I've been bulk buying apparently so I have to buy something like 12 instead. I was adding 35-40 bottles onto my shopping.
Felipe.Lopes05/10/2019 05:14

Same taste as tap water...


You must live somewhere with soft water because the difference between regular tap water and filtered through this is unbelievable in our area with really hard water. Plus saves the kettle getting destroyed by it.
Glassonion2805/10/2019 11:18

I would rather buy lots of asda smart price water, 2l for 17p instead.


Totally, and they will not taste so bad like Brita...
eddyh104/10/2019 21:12

Are these good for filling up a bath? I only bathe in filtered waters


get a bath filter.
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