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Brita Maxtra+ Pack of 6 Filter Cartridges, £20 at Tesco (Min basket £40 + up to £4 delivery)
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Brita Maxtra+ Pack of 6 Filter Cartridges, £20 at Tesco (Min basket £40 + up to £4 delivery)

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Posted 30th Mar

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3430895.jpgProduct Description
  • MAXTRA+ Water Filter Cartridges
  • 25% finer mesh reduces coarse particles
  • Fits all MAXTRA jugs and kettles
  • Pack of 6

  • New MAXTRA+ filter with MicroFlow technology reduces impurities such as chlorine, limescale, lead and copper from your tap water, noticeably improving the taste and appearance of your hot and cold drinks. MAXTRA+ offers an eco friendly and economical alternative to bottled water costing just pence per litre. What's more the cartridges are 100% recyclable so look out for recycling bins at participating retailers.
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Yep , when I finally get a tesco delivery the first thing in the basket will be water filters
If you want them a bit sooner, £21.33 at Robert Dyas
Have a Tesco order but these are out of stock in my area.
This is a tax on the gullible. UK tap water doesn't require filtering. In fact in a blind taste taste of 200 "mineral" waters, London tap water was in the top ten.
Tony_DR10/04/2020 23:29

This is a tax on the gullible. UK tap water doesn't require filtering. In …This is a tax on the gullible. UK tap water doesn't require filtering. In fact in a blind taste taste of 200 "mineral" waters, London tap water was in the top ten.

No tap water in the uk requires filtering. Good quality drinking water.

Not so great though if you are in some areas and put it directly into your kettle, hot water dispenser or expensive coffee machine and the like. Fouls it up good and proper after just a year. Cleaning cycles only do so much after a while too.

Now I know many of those do have integrated filters but they tend to be more expensive and unique to buy than just having a big Brita type jug and topping them off with that. As well as stripping out all chlorine, balancing the pH a bit and cutting TDS in your drinking water. So I do that. You can get cheap compatible filters in Lidl and places anyway.
vulcanproject11/04/2020 00:37

No tap water in the uk requires filtering. Good quality drinking water.Not …No tap water in the uk requires filtering. Good quality drinking water.Not so great though if you are in some areas and put it directly into your kettle, hot water dispenser or expensive coffee machine and the like. Fouls it up good and proper after just a year. Cleaning cycles only do so much after a while too.Now I know many of those do have integrated filters but they tend to be more expensive and unique to buy than just having a big Brita type jug and topping them off with that. As well as stripping out all chlorine, balancing the pH a bit and cutting TDS in your drinking water. So I do that. You can get cheap compatible filters in Lidl and places anyway.


Leaving tap water to stand in a jug removes all the chlorine. And a kettle fur ball (small ball of wire mesh) deals with that issue for kettles. Coffee machines require regular cleaning properly with solution anyway whatever water you use. And if you really don't want tap water for some reason then supermarket bottled water is way cheaper than using these.
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 11th Apr
Not disputing that supermarket water is cheaper, but these filters have less impact on the environment when you consider all the resources used to manufacture the bottles, clean them prior to use (more water used) and then transportation of the filled bottles on lorries to the stores. With it being easy to take the filters back for recycling that makes them even better.
nosugarthanx11/04/2020 12:40

Not disputing that supermarket water is cheaper, but these filters have …Not disputing that supermarket water is cheaper, but these filters have less impact on the environment when you consider all the resources used to manufacture the bottles, clean them prior to use (more water used) and then transportation of the filled bottles on lorries to the stores. With it being easy to take the filters back for recycling that makes them even better.


Using tap water is the environmentally friendly option.
Tony_DR11/04/2020 13:16

Using tap water is the environmentally friendly option.


Not saying it isn’t, but you said the bottled supermarket water was cheaper than using filters, these are better than using the bottled option, if like many you find the tap water to have an unpleasant taste.
nosugarthanx11/04/2020 17:59

Not saying it isn’t, but you said the bottled supermarket water was c …Not saying it isn’t, but you said the bottled supermarket water was cheaper than using filters, these are better than using the bottled option, if like many you find the tap water to have an unpleasant taste.


Well it is. A lot cheaper. And the taste of tap water in most of the UK is primarily chlorine which can be removed simply by leaving it to stand in a jug for a few hours. As Google will tell you.
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 11th Apr
Tony_DR11/04/2020 18:16

Taste of tap water in most of the UK is primarily chlorine which can be …Taste of tap water in most of the UK is primarily chlorine which can be removed simply by leaving it to stand in a jug.


If you say so, I and many prefer to be able to just use a filter, such as an inline filter and have the supply on demand without all the waiting. Without an inline filter these filter jugs do a good job at little expense in real terms. Like everything on this site, if you want it then you get it and use it, if not, then you don’t bother and look for something that you do consider worth your money.
Thanks for sharing O.P., decent price for these, heat added
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