Brita Elemaris Meter XL Water Filter Jug - Black749/5027
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About this product
Premium, extra large BRITA water filter jug with new formula MAXTRA+ filter technology and advanced 'Meter' cartridge life measurement technology.
Water jug features:
- Filtered water capacity 2.2 litres.
- Total capacity 3.5 litres.
- Cartridge replacement indicator.
- Automatic pour through lid for easy single handed filling.
- Dishwasher safe (excluding lid).
- Size H27.7, W26.7, D15.4cm.
- Manufacturer's 3 year when registering online guarantee.
- Uses brita cartridges.
- 1 cartridge supplied (approximately 1 month pack).
- Ring pull handles for easy removal.
- Requires pre-soaking.
- Suitable for all water types.
- 100% recyclable.
- EAN: 4006387076498.
95% would recommend to a friend
Instructions a little unclear, but item very good
It took us a little while to figure out as the instructions were vast and quite complex. But once we'd got it up and running, we really like it :) It's quite a wide jug and so it only just fits in our fridge shelf so small fridges might have to double check dimensions. A digital dial lets us know when the filter is wearing out so we know when to order a new one - very good would recommend!
A good money and environmental saver
Huge benefit is it helps to reduce the amount of plastic in your recycling bin (no need to buy lots of bottled water) so you'll have to find other stuff to recycle. It's easy to use, nice design. The filters last roughly about a month but you can buy 3 in a pack which if like me you're on a limited income helps, seeing as bottled water can be penny sucking even shops own brand.
Its clear and black and very easy on the eye!
Very good quality product and much better looking than my previous water filter. Does the job and seems to be performing well at present, I've owned it for two weeks now. One thing though - it is not a slim unit, its quite chunky so would not fit in your fridge door like some do.
The Maxtra and the Maxtra+ filters are compatible with the Elemaris jug.
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26 April 2019
Hi, a small amount of silver, which poses no health hazard, may be transferred to the water. The amount of silver ions released may vary slightly according to the composition of the intake water. Kind regards, BRITACare
23 April 2019
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