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AmazonBasics Premium LT700P Replacement Refrigerator Water Filter

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Amazon.com has AmazonBasics Premium LT700P Replacement Refrigerator Water Filter on sale for $13.71. Shipping is free. Thanks alsun2001

Compatible with LG LT700P, ADQ36006101, ADQ36006101-S, ADQ36006101S, ADQ36006102, ADQ36006102-S, ADQ36006102S, 9690, 46-9690, KENMORE 469690.
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Regular price $22.99. According to triple camel this is the lowest price it's ever been. I've heard good things about these on other threads.

From the product description:
  • Reduces chlorine and improves water's smell and taste: Tested and Certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI Standard 42
  • Lead-free: Tested and certified by NSF/ANSI 372
  • Reduces lead, cyst, benzene, carbofuran, and endrin: Tested and certified by NSF/ANSI 53
  • Reduces phenytoin, ibuprofen, naproxen, estrone, bisphenol A and nonyl phenol: Tested and certified by NSF/ANSI 401

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07CGV6RYL
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Cool! Amazon branded water filters... hope they make one for my fridge.... I'd rather buy an Amazon brand than a questionable brand.
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Cool! Amazon branded water filters... hope they make one for my fridge.... I'd rather buy an Amazon brand than a questionable brand.
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Bought this a few weeks ago and working fine in my (compatible) Kenmore Elite fridge. I haven't done any water quality tests, but it appears to be of good quality, and no leaks.
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Thanks OP, bought 3.
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Thanks OP, in for 6.
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Thanks OP!
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Thanks OP, in for 6!
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Sweet! This works for my fridge!
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Ummm why do they sell a used option? It says packaging is damaged but just sounds bad to buy "used".
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Wow...never thought I see fake, fake shills (the comments, not the OP listing)

Obviously they aren't shilling to promote products for Amazon, but fishing for SD reps, experience to boost their future shills.
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install an RO system and feed it to your fridge's water line. Many times better quality water, and stop buying these overpriced sediment filters.

e.g.: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HRHHFPW/
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install an RO system and feed it to your fridge's water line. Many times better quality water, and stop buying these overpriced sediment filters.

e.g.: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HRHHFPW/
Aren't the filters for the stages expensive? I have one back in India and the maintainance of the ro system is a hassle. That said, the water quality is significantly different on RO than the refrigerator filter.
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install an RO system and feed it to your fridge's water line. Many times better quality water, and stop buying these overpriced sediment filters.

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Don't you still have to replace filters in those systems? How much are they and how often do they get replaced?
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