Brita Marella XL Water Jug 3.5L, White Was £25 now £6.25 @ Ocado
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Brita Marella XL Water Jug 3.5L, White Was £25 now £6.25 @ Ocado

£6.25£25 75% Ocado Deals
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Found 29th Oct
Around £16 in most places so some savings to be made.

The Marella XL jug comes in a wide variety of colours including limited edition designs and also in this larger capacity, ideal for larger households.


• MAXTRA filter cartridge reduces limescale, chlorine, lead, copper, aluminium and other substances from tap water

• Electronic 'memo' reminder notifies you when to replace filter cartridge

• Flip top lid makes for easy refilling


• MAXTRA filter cartridge lasts approximately one month and are 100% recyclable

• 1.4L filtered water capacity, 2.4L total capacity (possible typo)

• Dishwasher safe (except lid)

• 30 day money back guarantee and free replacement parts service

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I have been through 2 of these. The build quailty is really bad. There is a pool of stagment water that collects under the filter. The 3.5l size is misleading, there is 1.5l capacity of filtered water and 1.5l of NON-filtered water, so you need to fill it full and let it all filter, then fill it with another 1.5l that sits in the unfiltered section whilst you use the filtered section BUT if you do this when you pour both the filtered and unfiltered water spills out.I have since bought an aqua optima (compatible with the maxtra cartridge) which despite being 1/3 of the cost is much superior. The cartridges are significantly cheaper too - available in home bargains (4.99 jug and £6 for 3 cartridges).
Edited by: "smala01" 29th Oct
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Thanks Shabs. I have this. Recommend

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vassy12 m ago

Thanks Shabs. I have this. Recommend


Thanks Vassy

OoS

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Hitman78613 m ago

OoS


unlucky..in stock for me as well.

Typical, just bought a new one the other day for £14...

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anlygi6 m ago

Typical, just bought a new one the other day for £14...


sods law

Great deal. Thanks for posting.

Out of stock

I have been through 2 of these. The build quailty is really bad. There is a pool of stagment water that collects under the filter. The 3.5l size is misleading, there is 1.5l capacity of filtered water and 1.5l of NON-filtered water, so you need to fill it full and let it all filter, then fill it with another 1.5l that sits in the unfiltered section whilst you use the filtered section BUT if you do this when you pour both the filtered and unfiltered water spills out.I have since bought an aqua optima (compatible with the maxtra cartridge) which despite being 1/3 of the cost is much superior. The cartridges are significantly cheaper too - available in home bargains (4.99 jug and £6 for 3 cartridges).
Edited by: "smala01" 29th Oct

Thanks smala i will check that out

OOS

Presumably selling off cheap as Brita have brought out new and improved Maxtra cartridges

Oos

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Out of stock for me now as well so will expire but please check stock in your area.

smala0129th Oct

I have been through 2 of these. The build quailty is really bad. There is …I have been through 2 of these. The build quailty is really bad. There is a pool of stagment water that collects under the filter. The 3.5l size is misleading, there is 1.5l capacity of filtered water and 1.5l of NON-filtered water, so you need to fill it full and let it all filter, then fill it with another 1.5l that sits in the unfiltered section whilst you use the filtered section BUT if you do this when you pour both the filtered and unfiltered water spills out.I have since bought an aqua optima (compatible with the maxtra cartridge) which despite being 1/3 of the cost is much superior. The cartridges are significantly cheaper too - available in home bargains (4.99 jug and £6 for 3 cartridges).


I found Aqua Optima filters didn't last as long as the Brita filters in my very hard area.

Sweetcorn1210 h, 15 m ago

I found Aqua Optima filters didn't last as long as the Brita filters in …I found Aqua Optima filters didn't last as long as the Brita filters in my very hard area.



A serious question - how can you tell?
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