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Brita Maxtra Filter 6PK £12.50 @ TescoDirect & Instore
Brita Maxtra Filter 6PK £12.50 @ TescoDirect & Instore

Brita Maxtra Filter 6PK £12.50 @ TescoDirect & Instore

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Brita Maxtra water filters currently 1/2 price @ Tesco direct and Instore for £12.50. This is cheaper than the 3 PK currently @ £7.50 and the cheapest I have found.

Remember Cashback and Clubcard points to bring the price further down! ( Online currently OOS )

Hope this helps...

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- kexas

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I stopped using my water filter as the refils are soo expensive. While the weather is cold i am using bottled water and keeping it outside.

whateveryouwant

I stopped using my water filter as the refils are soo expensive. While … I stopped using my water filter as the refils are soo expensive. While the weather is cold i am using bottled water and keeping it outside.



Unless you have found really really cheap bottled water, surely it's cheaper to filter tap water? Plus, having to carry dozens of bottles of water to and from the shop/car/house or what have you must be a pain in itself.


Heat added, great price, I wouldn't be without my Brita filter.

posted a couple of weeks back

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/brita-maxtra-cartridges-6-pack-12-5/832600

have been this price for a few weeks.. I stocked up last week as I have a jug and a kettle so use 2 a month, wouldnt be without.

These work out a lot cheaper than bottled water.

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MIB15

These work out a lot cheaper than bottled water.[/quot[quote=MIB15]These … These work out a lot cheaper than bottled water.[/quot[quote=MIB15]These work out a lot cheaper than bottled water.



But do they though. I persevered with my jug but found it took up too much room in my fridge and during the winter it wasnt used as much so the water just gets thrown away. Sometimes the water smelt of whatever was in the fridge. Also, when you put room temperature water in the jug then in the fridge you have to consider the extra electricity used to get it cold, it all adds up. You cant always get the filters on a deal either so when they are full price no one wants to buy them. I found i wouldnt use mine until i got cheap refils.

With a bottle it lays down in the fridge if you have no room. I pay about 17p for 2litres. At this time of the year i put the water outside. I know it is fresh and not tainted with fridge smells and its nice and cold.

I am still going to give some heat as it is a good deal compared to what they normally are.

This offer looks like it is OOS now which means that you are always searching for a deal...............

Edited by: "whateveryouwant" 10th Jan 2011

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Gball

Unless you have found really really cheap bottled water, surely it's … Unless you have found really really cheap bottled water, surely it's cheaper to filter tap water? Plus, having to carry dozens of bottles of water to and from the shop/car/house or what have you must be a pain in itself.Heat added, great price, I wouldn't be without my Brita filter.



Only £2 for deliveries at Asda now
Edited by: "whateveryouwant" 10th Jan 2011

I stocked up on these during the recent Amazon promotion. I have got one of those Electrolux fridge freezers with the filter built in to the door with the dispenser. Much cheaper than bottled water.

brita.net/uk/…L=1

Does anyone have a good recommendations for a tap filter? It must get rid of the chlorine smell, that is what gets me every time and all our water is from bottled water even when cooking... as I can't stand it!

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whateveryouwant

But do they though. I persevered with my jug but found it took up too … But do they though. I persevered with my jug but found it took up too much room in my fridge and during the winter it wasnt used as much so the water just gets thrown away. Sometimes the water smelt of whatever was in the fridge. Also, when you put room temperature water in the jug then in the fridge you have to consider the extra electricity used to get it cold, it all adds up. You cant always get the filters on a deal either so when they are full price no one wants to buy them. I found i wouldnt use mine until i got cheap refils.With a bottle it lays down in the fridge if you have no room. I pay about 17p for 2litres. At this time of the year i put the water outside. I know it is fresh and not tainted with fridge smells and its nice and cold.I am still going to give some heat as it is a good deal compared to what they normally are.This offer looks like it is OOS now which means that you are always searching for a deal...............



How about filtering the water in the jug and then pouring it in a water bottle? Then you can put it in the fridge, garden, without the smells infusing etc.

sparky.shark

Does anyone have a good recommendations for a tap filter? It must get rid … Does anyone have a good recommendations for a tap filter? It must get rid of the chlorine smell, that is what gets me every time and all our water is from bottled water even when cooking... as I can't stand it!



I use my Brita water for cooking too, never use tap water directly, except for washing and brushing teeth, obviously. The chlorine is what gets me too, it's vile!! Imagine what it's doing to your insides, can't be good for you. Never had a tap filter though, sorry, only used a Brita filter.

Was looking for filters on Monday - Out of stock at Tesco Direct, none at my local. Bought them from John Lewis - £8.40 for 4pk. Free delivery to store. Ordered 12 filters to get free home delivery (order over £30).

Edited by: "kexas" 10th Jan 2011

If your worried about the chlorine only, you can just leave the jug of water uncovered for 24 hours and the chlorine will evaporate and you'll have chlorine free water.

This deal has been on for a while and has been posted before:

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Adnan786

How about filtering the water in the jug and then pouring it in a water … How about filtering the water in the jug and then pouring it in a water bottle? Then you can put it in the fridge, garden, without the smells infusing etc.



That may work in the summer actually. We all like very cold water to drink during the summer so the jug would get used to the max. I would rather fill a couple of bottles a day from the jug as i can seal a bottle from smells.
Thanks for the idea. I can look for deals in the winter and store them till the summer. BUT i didnt get any from this deal so i missed out now lol but i did give heat.
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