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3M Filtrete 3US-MAX-F01 Under-Sink Replacement Filter. $27.51 or less @ Amazon w/S&S, FS

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The highly-rated 3M Filtrete 3US-MAX-F01 [amazon.com] ANSI 53 [nsf.org] replacement filter for the Filtrete Maximum Under Sink Water Filtration System is on sale at Amazon for $27.51 with free shipping when choosing the Subscribe & Save option, or $26.06 with Amazon Subscribe and Save if you have 6 or more Subscribe & Save items.

AFAIK, there is not yet a cheaper aftermarket ANSI 53 [nsf.org] filter available for the 3M Filtrete Maximum Under Sink Water Filtration System. This price is just 1 cent above the historic low for the 3M Filtrete 3US-MAX-F01 according to Camel x 3.

Note: There is also a 3M Filtrete system with a dedicated faucet that uses a different [amazon.com] filter. This isn't that filter. Make sure this fits your 3M Filtrete system before ordering.
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Last Edited by gabemcg August 9, 2018 at 11:55 AM
The 4US-MAXL-F01 appears to be a better filter and is only $19.28 right now. https://amzn.to/2AYr0M0
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The link takes you to the wrong site, also the advanced filter is on sale too, 13% off.

Here's the link:

https://slickdeals.net/?sdtid=11914767&sdop=1&sdpid=118603879&sdfid=9&sdfib=1&lno=1&trd=3M%20Filtrete%203US%20MAX%20F01&pv=&au=&sdtrk=da_si_v2_42400755&u2=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FFiltrete-Maximum-Filtration-Reduces-3US-MAX-F01%2Fdp%2FB01L0ADGUO%2Fref%3Dasc_df_B01L0ADGUO%2F%3Ftag%3Dhyprod-20%26linkCode%3Ddf0%26hvadid%3D167114814898%26hvpos%3D1o1%26hvnetw%3Dg%26hvrand%3D2244376160009803353%26hvpone%3D%26hvptwo%3D%26hvqmt%3D%26hvdev%3Dc%26hvdvcmdl%3D%26hvlocint%3D%26hvlocphy%3D9007306%26hvtargid%3Dpla-311397434565%26psc%3D1
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Lol I can't believe some of the sellers on amazon are selling these as "Used - Like New" condition.
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The 4US-MAXL-F01 appears to be a better filter and is only $19.28 right now. https://amzn.to/2AYr0M0
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The link in my original post is correct.

If you didn't get the correct Amazon page, you must not have clicked on the 3M Filtrete 3US-MAX-F01 link which was the first link in the post. You probably clicked on the ANSi 53 link which takes you to the NSF site. I included that link because it explains the difference between ANSI 42 filters and ANSI 53 filters. The difference is important to understand if your aim is to remove contaminents from your tap water.
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The 4US-MAXL-F01 appears to be a better filter and is only $19.28 right now. https://amzn.to/2AYr0M0
Hi. As stated in the original post, the 4US-MAXL-F01 filter does not fit the Filtrete Maximum Under Sink Water Filtration system. It is for a different 3M system water filtration system, a system with a dedicated above-counter faucet.

If you have the Filtrete system with the dedicated above-counter faucet, the "High Performance Drinking Water System" then, yes, you should get that filter. Curious why you think it's a better filter, though. The replacement filter price for that system is lower which is definitely a plus, but based upon Amazon reviews, overall user satisfaction with the "High Performance" filter system is lower. A greater percentage of users who bought that system report problems with their system leaking, as well as quality control problems with replacement filters.
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Hi. As stated in the original post, the 4US-MAXL-F01 filter does not fit the Filtrete Maximum Under Sink Water Filtration system. It is for a different 3M system water filtration system, a system with a dedicated above-counter faucet.

If you have the Filtrete system with the dedicated above-counter faucet, the "High Performance Drinking Water System" then, yes, you should get that filter. Curious why you think it's a better filter, though. The replacement filter price for that system is lower which is definitely a plus, but based upon Amazon reviews, overall user satisfaction with the "High Performance" filter system is lower. A greater percentage of users who bought that system report problems with their system leaking, as well as quality control problems with replacement filters.
Hi -- Thanks for the clarification on compatibility. I based my assessment of it being "better" on the fact that it meets NSF / ANSI Standard 401 for chemical/pharmaceutical removal in addition to the NSF / ANSI Standard 42, 53 that the 3US-MAX-F01 also meets. I did recently pick up and install the 4US-MAXL-S01 system based on The Wirecutter's recommendation https://thewirecutter.com/reviews...er-filter/ and haven't had any issues with leaks. I can't speak to replacement filter quality as I'm still using the one that came with the kit.
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Hi -- Thanks for the clarification on compatibility. I based my assessment of it being "better" on the fact that it meets NSF / ANSI Standard 401 for chemical/pharmaceutical removal in addition to the NSF / ANSI Standard 42, 53 that the 3US-MAX-F01 also meets. I did recently pick up and install the 4US-MAXL-S01 system based on The Wirecutter's recommendation https://thewirecutter.com/reviews...er-filter/ and haven't had any issues with leaks. I can't speak to replacement filter quality as I'm still using the one that came with the kit.
Ah, an ANSI 401 certification is definitely an additional benefit. Wasn't aware! Relatively few filters have it.
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The link in my original post is correct.

If you didn't get the correct Amazon page, you must not have clicked on the 3M Filtrete 3US-MAX-F01 link which was the first link in the post. You probably clicked on the ANSi 53 link which takes you to the NSF site. I included that link because it explains the difference between ANSI 42 filters and ANSI 53 filters. The difference is important to understand if your aim is to remove contaminents from your tap water.
No, I clicked the "see deal" button. It was fixed shortly after my post.
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No, I clicked the "see deal" button. It was fixed shortly after my post.
Oh. Okay.

That was an error on the part of a slickdeals administrator or SD bot which looks at a deal and from the deal creates a "See Deal" and "Buy Now" button. The original post had the correct links in it. Original posters have no control over the "See Deal" button that SD creates, in this case apparently with an incorrect link (I"m guessing to the NSF site also in the OP). Thanks for noticing it and bringing it to their attention.
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