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Ecolife Technologies AQUACREST Refrigerator Water Filter Replacements (2-6 Pack) from $12.80

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Ecolife Technologies via Amazon has selected AQUACREST Refrigerator Water Filter Replacements (2-6 Pack) on sale from $12.80. Shipping is free with prime.

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$12.80 w/ promo code D46J6JZC - Maytag UKF8001, UKF8001AXX, UKF8001-750, UKF8001P, UKF8001AXXP: - Link [amazon.com]

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$19.36 w/ promo code D46J6JZC - GE MWF, MWFA, GWF, GWF01, GWFA, GWF06: - Link [amazon.com]

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Not sure which one is for me, my GE fridge needs to change the filter soon. anyone can help me find the model number? Thanks!
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This bargain is worth to try and fits my GE model. 3 for $19.36, wow!
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MUCH cheaper than OEM, I picked up three packs of the LT500P.
Was that before or after selling your soul to the shills?
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I don't mess with my drinking water. I go as cheap as I can on actual OEM filters. Who knows what's filtering your drinking water with these things. Save money elsewhere..For the love of all that is good.
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I don't mess with my drinking water. I go as cheap as I can on actual OEM filters. Who knows what's filtering your drinking water with these things. Save money elsewhere..For the love of all that is good.
Yea me too. There's better things to save on. Truth be told, even generics with good Amazon reviews, unless there's a water analysis done, most people will give it 5 stars based on price alone.
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I don't mess with my drinking water. I go as cheap as I can on actual OEM filters. Who knows what's filtering your drinking water with these things. Save money elsewhere..For the love of all that is good.
Google knows. It took about fifteen seconds to determine these filters NSF/ANSI 42 certified. Keep overpaying for OEM though.
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I don't mess with my drinking water. I go as cheap as I can on actual OEM filters. Who knows what's filtering your drinking water with these things. Save money elsewhere..For the love of all that is good.
If you were serious about drinking water, you wouldn't be using a fridge filter. They do as much as a Brita pitcher

It's best to use reverse osmosis
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If you were serious about drinking water, you wouldn't be using a fridge filter. They do as much as a Brita pitcher

It's best to use reverse osmosis
Pro tip: u can drink ur own urine when using reverse osmosis. (Just not somebody elses)

Saves $$ on toilet flushes too.

PS: I wouldn't drink NJ water with your mouth, let alone my own. Its barely fit to wash a car with (and only touches my black truck after using a DI filter to deionize it)

Only desert water may be as bAd or worse than NJ water
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Google knows. It took about fifteen seconds to determine these filters NSF/ANSI 42 certified. Keep overpaying for OEM though.
Missing NSF 53 (Health effects)
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An anyone elaborate on what all the nsf ratings mean and if it was in some type of registry? Or are they just claiming nsf certification and no one can prove it?
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An anyone elaborate on what all the nsf ratings mean and if it was in some type of registry? Or are they just claiming nsf certification and no one can prove it?
The two major NSF/ANSI standards are NSF/ANSI 42 and NSF/ANSI 53.

This page [nsf.org] describes the purpose of these NSF standards.

There's also a third standard NSF/ANSI 401 for emerging contaminants, but very few water filters have been submitted for NSF 401 testing.

EcoLife Technology water filters are NSF/ANSI 42 only [nsf.org] (aesthetic effects). EcoLife AquaCrest filters are not independently tested by an NSF-approved lab for the reduction of health-related contaminants such as cryptosporidium, lead, or VOCs. For that you want an NSF/ANSI 53 filter. EcoLife does not make NSF/ANSI 53 filters.
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.no promo code for Samsung??
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I recently bought these:
https://www.discountfilters.com/r...k/p180376/

At least they are made in the USA. But I'm still kind of wishing I bought the OEM ones.... although they are so much more expensive.
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I bought a water quality tester and checked water out of my LG refrigerator water filter.

Surprisingly it was worse than tab water. That's when I stopped using refrigerator water filter.

Now I have a separate reverse osmosis water filtering system and hook a line to the refrigerator from it. Much better quality water and ice.
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