Just bumping this - great customer service from Brita!
Yeah another vote 😁
Just checking in.... my mate (sadly not a HUKD convert...!! but I am trying!! ) used the link I sent him to get another LCD meter for his new Maxtra jug (y) Apparently, they do not fair well in the dishwasher! (horror)
Still going strong this :-)
Posted 3rd Nov 2020Posted 3rd Nov 2020LocalLocal
Brita Marella 2.4 litre water filter (white) £4 instore @ Tesco (Hardengreen, Dalkeith. Near Edinburgh)£4
https://www.brita.co.uk/fill-and-enjoy/m marella Brita Marella 2.4l water filter jug in white. Yellow ticket reduced to clear item. Not sure if it's store specific or a wider dea… Read more
It doesn't help that the headline was changed, clever d**k
Not a great service, took two attempts and over 3 months to get spares.
Lets me try it
I've filled out the free part form twice from Brita when it's been on offer & not once have I received anything. All I needed was the the tiny cover on the pouring spout as I had sucked it up into the vacuum cleaner.
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Posted 5th Jul 2018Posted 5th Jul 2018
Free Brita Replacement parts
Free replacement parts with brita Just register what model you have. all parts: lids and jugs and meters for your Brita water filter. I ordered a new meter and lid as it was le… Read more
Got the same thing. Oh well. No chance me finding the receipt. Under GPDR. You can request to have your information removed from their site. ;They have to comply. https://digitalguardian.com/blog/what-does-gdpr-mean-for-you
just wasted time registering and find out you need a receipt...lost that years ago!
Tried this last week on my 7year old filter and got the following response. “Prior to January 2018 we were able to send replacement out for all BRITA products regardless of warranty. We have revised our warranty process and like most other companies we have to adhere to our warranty process. BRITA offer a 2 year warranty of all products which can then be extended to 3 years when the product is registered online.”
This is not a deal, it’s a con: Dear Customer, Thank you for your recent request for a replacement part(s). 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. brita.co.uk/warranty If you wish to continue with your spare part request please forward your proof of purchase to us and we will look into your request. Kind Regards,
Not a hot deal :-( free parts under 2 year warranty and need a proof of purchase. Just like all other manufacturers - they more than happy to help under warranty, was a nice thought to think that they would just ship out random free parts but nobody does that these days.
Posted 29th Dec 2017Posted 29th Dec 2017
Brita Water Hardness Testing Strip free from Brita
Do I have soft or hard water? Does my water have high or low carbonate hardness? We often meet these questions in our everyday lives because high degrees of water hardness can affe… Read more
I would trust Tyent ioniser. Two filters get rid of 99.9% of contamination. They are being sold on Amazon, but are the cheapest on eBay.
London has hard water
The zero water intrigues me, but reviews state the filters last about a fortnight in very hard water areas, and there is nothing more convenient than my Brita kettle, shame zero don't offer this
Yes this is true. People even live longer in hard water areas! However personally I would rather supplement for this and avoid the fluoride and chlorine and the Zero Water filtered water tastes fantastic, for tea and coffee and on it's own. Yes the filters are expensive (not quite 2 for 50 I think) but they should last over 2 months each for me and they actually work. I mean if you're filtering your water you may as well get an actually effective filter? I didn't do all the research there may well be more cost effective measures out there. The US of A seems to get many more and better options.
Hard water is actually good for you. Calcium and magnesium ions are really important for teeth, bones and cell-cell signalling. Yes hard water tastes gross, and can scale up appliances, but to talk in terms of contamination is a bit of a misnomer. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3775162/
Posted 1st Aug 2017Posted 1st Aug 2017
free replacement parts when you have bought a brita filter and register. as long as they still sell it you can get replaced for free.
First deal so hope I've completed it all correctly. Purchase of a jug at some point in the past is required as they ask for serial number. Ordered a new lid and it turned up in abo… Read more
Thanks OP. I just ordered a new lid for my Fill & Go Bottle. Didn't even need a serial number.
I got my replacement lid as requested (leaking ? crack, memo stopped and missing bit atop the spout - only realized that when go my replacement) Though did take a few to and for of emails and 6 weeks or so. Still good service and thus worth buying the filters. Thanks Britacare
Where do you write the serial number of your device. I can't find it anywhere on the website.
I do hope that wasn't aimed at me! I have to buy a new jug every 18mnths because of limescale. Not dirt, limescale! I clean my jugs every time I change a filter and the lid more regularly. We live in a very hard water area and scale will build up around the lid flaps very quickly. It's the reason we have the filter, to help reduce scale in our kettle. I can't soak the lid in vinegar or de-scaling solution as it will then wreck the counter, so how do you suggest I get the scale off?
I have only ever used to replace parts not working properly. I think it's a fantastic service and this is y I don't mind paying for the filters. Keep up the good work.