Brita Spacesaver Water Filter Jug, Cool White - £4.50
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Brita Spacesaver Water Filter Jug, Cool White - £4.50

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Found 17th Oct 2008Made hot 18th Oct 2008
* Water filter jug featuring the new Maxtra cartridge
* 1.5L filtered water capacity, 2.9L total capacity
* Cartridge exchange indicator
* Colour-White

15 Comments

Its good, but do you know how much a refill is? £6! you'd better buy a dozen it will be cheaper over the year! ;-) Gave you heat anyway

I may be a bit blonde here, but what exactly does the water filter, filter?

kerry2815;3226591

I may be a bit blonde here, but what exactly does the water filter, … I may be a bit blonde here, but what exactly does the water filter, filter?



The water filter, filters uh water :w00t:

I read it as Brita Specsaver, I was like huh?! From the glasses shop?!

battelaxe;3226798

The water filter, filters uh water :w00t:



Wow, that was helpful... not.


Water filters are used to take substances out of the water, such as temporary hardness, and chlorine. It makes the water a little softer, and less chemical tasting, so nicer to drink. So they're just to take **** out and leave your water as pure as you can reasonably make it.

thank you :-D

Yes I understand that but what exactly does it filter out of the water?

kerry2815;3227279

Yes I understand that but what exactly does it filter out of the water?



]What the filter filter filters, innit.

The link at the top seems to explain it all.

Paid £6 for a similar one @ Robert Dyas which was the cheapest around then.

HOT +

The same one was £7.50 last week in my local Lidl, no idea if it was nationwide. Only difference was you got an extra 4 cartridges with it.

kerry2815;3227279

Yes I understand that but what exactly does it filter out of the water?



Are you taking the mick? therealslimkaty already explained!!

In Robert Dyas you can buy two filters for 7 quid. I use one of these and it seems to do a good job but it can be tricky to clean in the corners.

You have to use the little attachment to clean in the corners :roll:
Nah, this is getting surreal

Seems to me everyone was perfectly fine drinking tap water until Brita Filters came along. Feel free to disagree; if you've never had nothing but spring water for instance (but careful, most food contains a high percentage of water, and I doubt it's spring water!).

Thewyzewun;3229727

Seems to me everyone was perfectly fine drinking tap water until Brita … Seems to me everyone was perfectly fine drinking tap water until Brita Filters came along. Feel free to disagree; if you've never had nothing but spring water for instance (but careful, most food contains a high percentage of water, and I doubt it's spring water!).



I don't use filtered water, as our water in Glasgow is soft and pretty pure, coming from Loch Katrine. However, I find the water down south to be awful, I can't even drink tea or coffee with it in. If I lived in a hard water area down south I'd probably use filters to get rid of some of the chlorine, or else I'd use cheap bottled water for tea making.
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