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  • This works out to be $2.98 per filter. Made to fit all Brita pitchers and dispensers, this replacement filter reduces copper, mercury and cadmium impurities.
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 6-Pack Brita Pitcher Replacement Water Filters

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Zerowater may, objectively, be a better overall purchase, but Brita is far from a "gimmick."

It's certified by NSF International, including NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53. That wouldn't be the case if it was a "gimmick."

In truth, it's an accessible and economical method to remove a significant amount of contamination from drinking water, including that caused by chlorine and various metals... and is a perfectly suitable solution for the purpose for which it's advertised. So maybe trim back on the hyperbolic rhetoric a bit?


For anyone interested, I mathed it up... and the OP deal saves you over 21 cents a unit over the current Costco Brita filter deal.
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Pickup not available at Walmart. Shipping extra unless your cart is worth $35.
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Amazon matching Walmart. When Walmart runs out of stock, Amazon price will go back up.

Walmart can game this by putting a few things at reduced price but at more onerous shipping forcing reduced margin sales at Amazon. Smilie
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Thanks got one, since i don't need it immediately so went for subscribe and save option and mine came out to $17
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Zerowater all the way. Brita is just gimmick.
Also, if your water ppm is in the 40's, zero water filter longivity is more
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Are these the same as the filters Costco frequently has on sale [costco.com], which are listed as advanced? Other than the quantity in the package, of course.
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Anyone know any deals on reservoirs or systems you'd put these filters into? Mine is old and ugly...
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This deal has been on and off again for the last few days.

Based upon my research, the Kirkland filters appear that have hit the shelves recently appear to be made by Mavea. In fact, some Costco stock these units designed and made by Mavea and come with the Kirkland filters: https://costcocouple.com/mavea-10...r-pitcher/

Unfortunately, I can't find the NSF Performance sheet for them anywhere on their website.

For reference, here's Brita's: https://www.brita.com/wp-content/...Legacy.pdf

I highly recommend comparing filters not just by anecdotes and personal narratives but also by including the data through the NSF performance sheets that most companies post
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Zerowater all the way. Brita is just gimmick.
Also, if your water ppm is in the 40's, zero water filter longivity is more
Zerowater may, objectively, be a better overall purchase, but Brita is far from a "gimmick."

It's certified by NSF International, including NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53. That wouldn't be the case if it was a "gimmick."

In truth, it's an accessible and economical method to remove a significant amount of contamination from drinking water, including that caused by chlorine and various metals... and is a perfectly suitable solution for the purpose for which it's advertised. So maybe trim back on the hyperbolic rhetoric a bit?


For anyone interested, I mathed it up... and the OP deal saves you over 21 cents a unit over the current Costco Brita filter deal.
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Zerowater may, objectively, be a better overall purchase, but Brita is far from a "gimmick."

It's certified by NSF International, including NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53. That wouldn't be the case if it was a "gimmick."

In truth, it's an accessible and economical method to remove a significant amount of contamination from drinking water, including that caused by chlorine and various metals... and is a perfectly suitable solution for the purpose for which it's advertised. So maybe trim back on the hyperbolic rhetoric a bit?


For anyone interested, I mathed it up... and the OP deal saves you over 21 cents a unit over the current Costco Brita filter deal.
If you look at the consumer report comparison, you wouldn't say that. Brita doesn't remove lead and lot of really harmful heavy metals. I agree zerowater removes all minerals from your water which may not be ideal. But you will get all those minerals from your daily food intake anyways.
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Thank you to OP. got 1
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Thanks. Got one.
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Zerowater may, objectively, be a better overall purchase, but Brita is far from a "gimmick."

It's certified by NSF International, including NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53. That wouldn't be the case if it was a "gimmick."

In truth, it's an accessible and economical method to remove a significant amount of contamination from drinking water, including that caused by chlorine and various metals... and is a perfectly suitable solution for the purpose for which it's advertised. So maybe trim back on the hyperbolic rhetoric a bit?


For anyone interested, I mathed it up... and the OP deal saves you over 21 cents a unit over the current Costco Brita filter deal.
Sure, Brita pays big bucks to get the NSF standards but that doesn't mean it filters out the majority of other contaminants. A simple google search will reveal that Brita's basic filter does very little in the larger scope of filtering out common drinking water contaminants. They make a longer lasting filter with a better filtration rating, but still short in comparison to pur or zero water. Wire cutter did a test on it and their conclusive statement was similar to Derbos comment, it's a joke filter when stacked against the other contenders.
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Mine was delivered in less than 24 hours. I kinda feel bad for these Amazon drivers
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