All Water Filter Discounts, Offers and Sale - August 2018
Someone on Amazon has said the tap filters are not suitable for hard water areas. Does anyone have one who lives in a hard water area who can advise. Dont want to install and drill a hole in worktop if they aren't any good, thanks
No probs. It also saves on having the jugs because it's on tap. You'll be saving loads of money and feeling much healier because you'll drink more (clean) water. A fantastic health investment.
No probs. Just take things in your stride because you'll worry the first time you pierce the copper cold inlet, but that's the hardest bit. After that, you'll be a pro and recommend them to everybody you know. Take care.
Was Same price at amazon last week
Thanks @Dealmessiah .I will give it a go!
I've managed! Thanks
I tried, it won't let me. Keeps coming up as error.
Same as you uploaded the photo
Does this one fit in a fridge door? Existing xl one won’t and heat is getting to it
can pick up 12 months of compatible filters on ebay for around £10. e.g. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Universal-Water-Filter-Cartridges-for-Brita-Maxtra-Jugs-x-12-Pack/273335425187?hash=item3fa40f98a3:g:xLwAAOSwY3tbOxPg
Amazon currently have Brita jug with 6 month supply of filters for £26.00 slightly different model of jug but with the 6 filters included makes this a bit more cost effective. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01MRROWEQ/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
The one i got is now not available but the newer version is .....amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B06ZXR1QHN/ref=dp_ob_neva_mobile The version i got was £23.95 with a years filters. This newer one is still better value even though its a fiver more
I've yet to try the Plus. Hope they live up to the hype.
It's a good seller. I have bought Brita jugs from them before. No probs at all.
Do you have a link?
Great find...i just get so wary when it's Ebay...stung a few times ;(
BRITA offer free replacement parts for all systems under warranty. All BRITA products come with a two year standard warranty and if you registered online at the time of purchase this would have been extended by an additional year. For all replacement part requests the BRITACare Team will require your proof of purchase. Further information regarding BRITA's spare parts T&C's can be found at the link below. https://www.brita.co.uk/warranty
https://www.brita.co.uk/warranty just tried and they said no as I hadn't registered my product, or have a proof of purchase.
free parts with all brita - no proof of purchase needed!
How many filters does it come with?
I calculate about 4 cu meters of water max with a weight of about 4 tonnes and a cost to me of £5.21 at 129.54p per cu m. (Thames Water) Calculations are 1.525 * 1.525m radius * pi (3.14159) * 0.55m deep *129.54pence but please correct me as needed Edited as I used the wrong formula to calculate the volume but nobody noticed !
It was a tongue in cheek comment but anyways.... Chlorine itself does not hurt or irritate your eyes (at safe levels) but it does strip away any natural protection from your tear ducts leaving your eyes prone to any remaining bacteria (including from urine/sweat).
Yes. The pump needs to run for around 7 hours a day to ensure all the water in the pool passes through the filter. I also use a vacuum thing that connects to the suction side of the pump to hoover the bottom of the pool once a week. Last year the pool was set up in late June and was taken down in September. Had the same water in all that time.
Does the water stay clear all year then?
Is it still valid? Anyone has barcode of this one?
Yes I scanned all of them
Bargain, will have a look in my local Tesco later on....HOT
Did you try and scan it? The other Brita water filters are all still £16 - just this Marella one that’s on offer.
Normal price in tesco Mansfield
Got mine today. Perfect for my small kitchen and fridge (y)
If your post looks like you're being serious, it doesn't work.
But that doesn't make it as funny
Usually people use /s
It was sarcasm
Thank you for the info!
Lol The filters will NOT fit the Jug. Simples... :)
You need Britta maxtra filters or the compatible ones. The best price is Home Bargains who sell 3 x compatible ones (optifina brand) for £6. Asda sell their own brand of Maxtra filters for 2 x for £5.
So..which filter can I buy to fit the jug?
I got one a few months ago. That uses the universal filters. It looks like they have changed the filter holder to take the maxi size.
Yes I assume so as they are closing down website.
Is it only online?
Elemaris model lid is badly designed. After some usage and limescale buildup the lid is kindof jamed, and after couple of months it drops by itself inside the jar. I wouldn't buy this again, going to try marella. Secondly the filter change indicator is useless.
Excellent deal from Argos. Always best supporting a shop who has outlets that pay commercial council tax otherwise the council tax paid by Joe Public will be ever increasing after all taxation has to be raised somehow!
Same price in Argos
Price up to 15.99 now
Do they, my my.
:) Is that as in the nasty US chemical garbage or the nice Czech variety?
Search at hotukdeals for Brita filters, some deals still live.
Nice faux-outrage. Almost every commenter and reviewer say they use a water filter because they prefer the taste and it reduces limescale in appliances. Not for health reasons.
Yes, it was DoTD yesterday.
Expired? Showing as £23.9
It's same price on Amazon prime now.. so u can potentially get 10 off 50 spend for 1st time buyers.
Anyone else waiting to get back to £2 per cart, or are we unlikely to see those prices again? Could combine some of the Amazon discount deals to make this one a bit more palletable, e.g. Top up £40 and get £10 deducted off your next eligible spend on items sold and dispatched by Amazon - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/get-10-free-credit-when-you-top-up-40-in-store-at-amazon-2929997
ordered 2 boxes thanks for heads up (highfive)
Haha why didn't I think of that?
I just bought some for £20 using the Amazon link :D
Will these fit standard maxtra?
£23.91 for me too.
Try putting the filter in...
We had the 8ft version of this but had to get rid of it because the inflatable ring kept deflating and I got fed up repairing punctures. Cats don't help. We've now got a 10ft pool with metal frame. So much better. But for the product here £50 is an excellent price. With all these big pools you need a cover, pump and chlorine tablets as a bare minimum. A net is useful as well for removing leaves and other debris. You can buy chlorine tablets in tubs and I usually use 3-4 per week. Pump is controlled using my DIY Raspberry Pi based pump control system. The pump runs for an hour in the morning and evening. This keeps the water crystal clear for 3 months. Oh and ignore the claimed "fill" times. They often quote 30 mins but at this size it is more like 8 hours with a normal hose. To fill 4000 litres in 30mins you would need a hose delivering 2 litres a second. Time how long time it takes to fill a watering can and then multiple that by 1000 for an estimate.
If anyone is interested, you can get a smaller 8ft one (pool only, no pump etc) for £20 https://www.carparts4less.co.uk/cp4l/p/-/-/-/-/?550993840&0&cc5_1055&utm_source=bm23&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Image+-+Intex+Easyset+Swimming+Pool+(Round)+-+2.44+mtr+-+without+pump&utm_content=Daily+Deal+Alert+"Pools"
We also got one last year to replace an existing 8ft one with no pump as I tried getting a pump separately but cost wise it made sense to get this. Very happy with it. It was up all last summer and the combination of the pump, the cover and a chlorine dispenser bought from Amazon meant the water stayed clear with just the occasional top up required. Gave it a really good clean before storing it for the winter. Put it back up a few weeks ago (rather optimistically) and it's like new (one pin hole but used the supplied repair kit and it's invisible). It's a really good buy and I can't recommend it enough. Just to note, I put it on some rubber matting I had lying around to cushion it a bit.
Got this from Costco last year & she’s a lovely job,but a bit of a ball ache to keep the water clean & safe I found. But heat from me op
Looks agood price to me with the filter pump and cover; nice spot @LondonGirl7
What.... I just bought one for £10.50 from Tesco... thought it was a bargain till I saw this... damm!
These are just to make you buy filters/cartridges. Like cheap inkjet printers, flog them cheap as the money-making part for them is only in selling the refills which cost a bomb, just like these cartridges. We got two Brita filters with cartridges 'free' at Dyas some years back as a promotion if you spent x-amount in store. Never used them, still in their boxes. Reminds me, I must flog them on the 'bay. (cheeky)
I’ve tested these filters they are completely useless. They do not improve purity ur better buying bottled water than waste it on these. If ur serious about water purification get a Berkey
Had one of these for the month after buying it for £8 from tesco. water tastes a lot better now :)
I bought the same last night, £12.75 the cheapest on Amazon
Don’t know but I thought they did
Agree with some others in they don't last 60 days. The 30 days ones last a bit longer. But the 60 days just can't seem to make it. Also had the issue that it becomes extremely slow to filter after a couple weeks. Switching filters once my last one finishes! Unfortunately brought a years supply! So couldn't switch straight away. Try before buying a years worth!!
But do they just take them out and bin them like some other stores, I know Brita collect and recycle, these Aqua Optima may be a different story, I don't want the trouble of taking them somewhere and then they become landfill, plastics an all that.
Tesco have a recycling bin for water filters. Might just be large stores
A great price, anyone know where to recycle used filters ? or is it straight into landfill bin !!!