Water Filter Cartridges (3 pack) - Brita Maxtra Compatible £4 @ Wilkinsons
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Water Filter Cartridges (3 pack) - Brita Maxtra Compatible £4 @ Wilkinsons

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Found 11th Aug 2013
Pack of 3 Water Filter Cartridges - Brita Maxtra compatible - bargain at £4 I thought! I've been using these instead of the Brita ones and there's no difference!
Unsure if this is a national deal, found these in Dereham store.
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When you say 'there is no difference' does that mean that you have had the filtered water analysed by an independent lab and compared with Brita filtered water?

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thefunkster

When you say 'there is no difference' does that mean that you have had … When you say 'there is no difference' does that mean that you have had the filtered water analysed by an independent lab and compared with Brita filtered water?



Sorry, when I say no difference, I mean that personally I can't notice any difference between these filters and the Brita filters. I've tried them for about 6 months and the water certainly tastes the same and still prevents any scaling in the kettle, etc. My sincerest apologies for any confusion, it is quite easy to think that somebody posting a deal on here would have access to an independent lab for these purposes; I can see why you would think this

Voted hot compared to the normal ones which I really hate paying these are a bargain.

not much use but one of the super markets are doing them for £6 for 3 at the moment as well on a half price offer. Either tescos or sainsburys as i dont shop in the others:)

thefunkster

When you say 'there is no difference' does that mean that you have had … When you say 'there is no difference' does that mean that you have had the filtered water analysed by an independent lab and compared with Brita filtered water?



+1 unless we see in depth mineral analysis, it never happened.
Edited by: "M1LFHunter" 12th Aug 2013

You could always save 4quid by just drinking the perfectly clean water straight from the tap. Unless you live in Sellafield or any of the prospective fracking sites in Yorkshire of course!

Heat, good deal and if you live in a hard water area these are a godsend. Stops my glass kettle looking a mess for starters.

cableknit

Heat, good deal and if you live in a hard water area these are a godsend. … Heat, good deal and if you live in a hard water area these are a godsend. Stops my glass kettle looking a mess for starters.


Glass kettle? Do you mean a conical flask from the science lab?

What about all the chlorine and fluoride in the water that's been linked to many diseases, if u can afford it buy a distiller
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