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BRITA MAXTRA Water Filter Cartridges - 5+1 Pack

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  • MAXTRA cartridge reduces limescale, chlorine and other impurities. Packaging may vary
  • Fits all Brita Maxtra jugs, partner kettles and Tassimo machines
  • Reduces lime scale build-up prolonging life of domestic appliances
  • Each cartridge lasts for approximately one month for optimum performance
  • 100% recyclable and convenient ring pull handle for easy exchange

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Technical Details
Brand BRITA
Model Number101929
Item Weight798 g
Product Dimensions24.3 x 11.6 x 11.6 cm
Materialplastic
  
Additional Information
ASINB001FWYYAY
Best Sellers Rank 42 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight798 g
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Date First Available25 Mar. 2011
  
 

Product Description

Product Description

BRITA water filters are designed to provide great tasting hot and cold drinks by reducing the impurities found in tap water such as limescale and Chlorine.

Box Contains

6x BRITA MAXTRA Cartridges


From the Manufacturer

Good Taste

At BRITA we don't believe you should compromise on taste when it comes to making delicious food and drink that uses water as a key ingredient. BRITA water filters enhance the visual appearance of tea or coffee by reducing limescale, as well as the taste and smell of chlorine and other organic impurities. The result is great-tasting water that allows the flavour and aroma of your tea or coffee to really shine through.

Tip: Use BRITA-filtered water to make ice cubes with mint/berries, or stocks and soups.

Multifit Classic MAXTRA Inline A1000 P1000
Compatibility Kenwood & own label classic filter jugs BRITA Classic filter jugs BRITA jugs, and partner filter kettles and coffee machines 3-way Titanium, 3-way Rosedale, Solo Nebula Taps On Line Active System On Line Active Plus and all BRITA Taps
Lifetime approx. 1 month approx. 1 month approx. 1 month 3 months 6 months 4 months
Filter volume (L) 100L 100L 100L 500L (medium hardness) 1000L 600L (soft/medium hardness)
100% recyclable
Reduces limescale
Quick preparation

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I use these cartridges in a Brita Water Filter Jug simple because filtered water taste so much nicer than water straight from the tap. Each cartridge works out to less than £3.50 using Subscribe and Save (with 15% discount for more than 5 subscriptions items arriving in a month) and means that I never have to remember when I next need to purchase more.
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They are what they are. They go into my kettle. They work well. I live in an old house some of the old pipes might be lead so using the filters reassures that the water is less likely to be contaminated with lead. It's a lot cheaper than a plumber! I also use the kettle to filter the drinking water, which is decanted after it's been through the filter in the kettle and then into a lidded water jug and kept in the fridge for drinking. The dogs prefer it too, they wouldn't drink my tap water which made me suspicious of it myself.
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They are water filters which filter water & do make a difference in hard water areas like ours. I do wonder about the 5 +1 though, I always bought boxes of 6 before so I guess soon they'll be selling 5 for the price of the old 6. this is just the intermediate stage. Cynical perhaps.
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We use a Brita water filter and keep it in the fridge at all times because our tap water is slighty odd tasting. This removes and impurities and changes the water to a perfect neutral taste. It saves a fortune on buying bottled water and is also better for the environment I think.

Brita advise changing the filter every 4 weeks, but I find you can get at least 8 weeks out of them. This is based on filling the jug at least twice a day. You'll know when it needs changing because the flavour of your water will change!
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I've flip-flopped between these, and ones which are imitation maxtra cartridges every 6-9 months or so - usually because I forget that the Brita ones are as good as they are!

There really is no comparison - these cartridges do not leave unsightly sediment in your glass like others, and completely improve the taste of your beverages.

I find they last a lot longer than the month they claim it expires after too!
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I HAVE BEEN USING THE CHEAPER ONES FOR THE LAST YEAR AND HAVE DECIDED TO GO BACK AND TRY THE BRITA MAXTRA AGAIN.THEY ARE MORE EXPENSIVE AND I WANT TO SEE IF I CAN TASTE ANY DIFFERENCE IN THEM COMPARED TO THE CHEAPER ONES.
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The cartridges remove taste of chlorine and smell of pond from water, making drinking the tap water possible. We used to drink a lot of mineral or bottled water, but as bottled water is often just filtered tap water, we can save on buying it, while enjoying the fresh product.

Watch out for the fluoride content though, as Brita cartridges are said to remove some fluoride from tap water, so that it does not have the same protection against cavities. Brita do not state anywhere what effect it has on fluoride content, but one independent study I found does state increase in cavities.

It would be useful if Brita made it clear to consumers what effect filtering has on fluoride content.
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This is the second review I've written for Brita and it's simply because I just love the quality of the water they produce.

First off these are great value for money: a 6 pack at £19.73 (with Prime) breaks down as £3.28 per cartridge. Over 30 days that's c.10 pence per day. To buy a 1.5 litre bottle of Volvic is about 64p from the supermarket, so that's a saving of almost 54p per day / c.£16.20 per month and a yearly saving of £194.40. It seems odd to do the calculation I know, but water should be a free resource and so it's madness to me that we are forced to pay 64p a bottle when we can just buy a filter cartridge and save 84%! Not to mention that fact that shop bought plastic bottles contain Phthalates. Although water, in and of itself, does not go bad, the plastic bottle it is contained in does "expire" and will eventually start leaching chemicals into the water. If you look at the expiry dates on bottled water, it's 2 years, so in theory that water could have been sitting on the shelf for that long! For me personally, I like cold fresh water, which I've filtered and from which I know the source. i.e. my kitchen tap!

I've been using Maxtra Water Filter Cartridges for 5 years now and won't use anything else. My Brita fridge jug has also stood the test of time and is still going strong. My jug has a set timer which indicates when the cartridge needs replacing. I always make sure to give the jug a good clean each month before inserting the new cartridge. The cartridge is so easy to use. It comes in a sealed plastic bag, which is easy to open and has clear instructions. After I've cleaned the jug, I submerge the filter in water for 30 seconds to ensure it's fully soaked then insert it into the filter hole in the jug.
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