Brita maxtra cartridges annual 12 pack - £20 instore at Asda.
394°Expired

Brita maxtra cartridges annual 12 pack - £20 instore at Asda.

23
Found 7th Aug 2016Made hot 7th Aug 2016
Works out cheaper than home brand equivalent. Still £40 online.

23 Comments

Store specific?

Original Poster

daifey

Store specific?



Sorry, not 100% sure. I saw them in Asda in Arnold, Nottingham.

loweeze79

Sorry, not 100% sure. I saw them in Asda in Arnold, Nottingham.



How many did they have?

My indicator on my jug says change every month - I just reset it and change it about every 3 months. Works fine and the water still tastes great. Sod the indicator, way for them to make more money from us.

GeordieAffy2014

My indicator on my jug says change every month - I just reset it and … My indicator on my jug says change every month - I just reset it and change it about every 3 months. Works fine and the water still tastes great. Sod the indicator, way for them to make more money from us.



Same here and I've not seen any eide sffects yet?!?

Lol great HUKD. Comment removed. Can't even say that I live in a stupid town lol

GeordieAffy2014

My indicator on my jug says change every month - I just reset it and … My indicator on my jug says change every month - I just reset it and change it about every 3 months. Works fine and the water still tastes great. Sod the indicator, way for them to make more money from us.


I think it depends how much water you use to be honest. I found that if you don't change it for a while you will have a black bits on bottom underneath filter after you take it out. Maybe it depends of water area.

***loweeze79*** do you have any reason to believe this is a clearance price?
I shake your hand, 30% off is very good
Their website stubbornly says £40

Original Poster

StonedSte

How many did they have?



I saw about 4 boxes on the shelf. Not sure if they have more in the back.

Original Poster

congrevecv

***loweeze79*** do you have any reason to believe this is a clearance … ***loweeze79*** do you have any reason to believe this is a clearance price?I shake your hand, 30% off is very goodTheir website stubbornly says £40



If I remember rightly it was just a normal shelf price label. Not in a clearance section. HTH

It's 50% off though - half of £40 is £20 :P

**loweeze79** thanks for that I shall call the Asda store near me and see what they say.
Not being rude about it, the going rate is £30, give or take.
Only the town idiot would pay £40

....great news I just bought a box for £40

edwardo1973 do you hate Amazon that much, £30 delivered? You frequent a forum like this but can do with out £10!

edwardo1973 do you hate Amazon that much, £30 delivered? You frequent a forum like this but can do with out £10!

I ordered a few weeks back from Groupon for £16.99 delivered with code.

40 quid in Grimsby

lucyferror

40 quid in Grimsby



lol grimsby

Does anyone know if these are the same filters as the Brita Elemaris XL?

mikem1989 to answer your question, yes going by the picture on Amazon

lucyferror

I think it depends how much water you use to be honest. I found that if … I think it depends how much water you use to be honest. I found that if you don't change it for a while you will have a black bits on bottom underneath filter after you take it out. Maybe it depends of water area.



I'm in London and the water is so hard I think I can taste the difference after a month of the filter being used, but then I do drink a lot of plain iced water. I think after a month I start to get a film on the top of a brewing cup of tea again too.
Having said that, I only use half the amount of laundry detergent the packets advise, that is a con that seems to be getting worse.



Edited by: "AlarApprentice" 8th Aug 2016

frakison

Same here and I've not seen any eide sffects yet?!?



It seems to have "sffected" your spelling. BOOM BOOM!

AlarApprentice

[quote=lucyferror][quote=GeordieAffy2014]I'm in London and the water is … [quote=lucyferror][quote=GeordieAffy2014]I'm in London and the water is so hard I think I can taste the difference after a month of the filter being used, but then I do drink a lot of plain iced water. I think after a month I start to get a film on the top of a brewing cup of tea again too. Having said that, I only use half the amount of laundry detergent the packets advise, that is a con that seems to be getting worse.




Yep. In west London area it's a must to change the filter a month. TBH beacuse I can taste the change I should be changing it after three weeks.

Edited by: "faustino" 8th Aug 2016

mikewazowski

It seems to have "sffected" your spelling. BOOM BOOM!



Errrr.... I guess it went a little over your head
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text