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The question is not very clear, but these are my interpretations:
1. If you mean "filtering" hot water, then I would suggest you fill up the kettle (or any other boiling device) with the filtered water from the jug and then boil it, just to be on the safe side
2. If your enquiry is about hot water as in dishwasher safe… see more
The question is not very clear, but these are my interpretations:
1. If you mean "filtering" hot water, then I would suggest you fill up the kettle (or any other boiling device) with the filtered water from the jug and then boil it, just to be on the safe side
2. If your enquiry is about hot water as in dishwasher safe, the answer (from the Brita website) as follow: The following jugs are dishwasher-safe up to 50 degrees - except for the lid and the BRITA Memo: Navelia, Marella and Fjord. You can wash the lid carefully by hand. Only the Elemaris premium model is dishwasher-safe including the lid - except for the BRITA Meter.
I hope it helps!
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By Simona on 06 October 2014
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the amount of water you use at any time the meter will tell you when you need a new filter.
By TERENCE M. on 15 February 2016
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Hi Stephanie, The dimensions of the jug are ten inches tall. Four inches in width and ten inches from the tip of the spout to the very edge of the handle, so that's the overall length. I do hope that you will excuse that the dimensions are in inches as in my day 'sillymetres' as I call them were not yet introduced.
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Hi Stephanie, The dimensions of the jug are ten inches tall. Four inches in width and ten inches from the tip of the spout to the very edge of the handle, so that's the overall length. I do hope that you will excuse that the dimensions are in inches as in my day 'sillymetres' as I call them were not yet introduced.
And I hope that this answers your question and that you do purchase one as the make such a vast difference to your drinking water. All the best, Syd. see less

By Syd Carlton on 06 July 2014
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The bottom of the jug is just over 5¼", it might be a bit wider by the bottom of the filter, but can't really measure it, but it wouldn't be much
By Maggie3 on 14 February 2014
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Hi, the filters should last at least 4 weeks minimum.
By Amazon Customer on 04 January 2016
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No, it is to big.
By Bogdan on 23 January 2016
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Once a month when you change the filter
By Mrs. J. on 21 November 2015
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absolutely, not!
By Amazon Customer on 07 July 2016