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Amazon has Brita 18-Cup UltraMax Water Dispenser w/ 1 Filter (Gray; Extra Large) on sale for $19.92. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more. Thanks CChoiVA

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  • This large 18-cup filtered water dispenser makes pouring/refilling a breeze. The included Brita standard water filter can replace 300 standard 16oz. water bottles. Offer valid only for February 18, 2020 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

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Amazon [amazon.com] has Brita 18-Cup UltraMax Water Dispenser w/ 1 Filter (Gray) for $19.92. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+.

Note, offer valid only for February 18, 2020 or while supplies last.

In stock on March 9, 2020
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I own this one. It's ok at best. The water comes out slow and I have to take it out of the fridge to refill it almost each time anyways. If I'm filling up a large water bottle, it takes a long time. Also, it holds a lot of water, but you have to fill up the filter twice to fill up the whole thing. I'm too cheap to get a different one, but I would get the regular one if I could go back.
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Can confirm, Kirkland filters work with this.
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Savings is $8 (28%) from the 3-month amazon price (source attached). Thanks for posting OP.
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I own this one. It's ok at best. The water comes out slow and I have to take it out of the fridge to refill it almost each time anyways. If I'm filling up a large water bottle, it takes a long time. Also, it holds a lot of water, but you have to fill up the filter twice to fill up the whole thing. I'm too cheap to get a different one, but I would get the regular one if I could go back.

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The top panel part of my brita broke off recently. This was good timing to purchase a larger one for the same price. Thanks Op
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I love mine. I just ordered a second one.
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Serious question: is this better than fridge that has a larger (and presumably more efficient) filter?
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I own this one. It's ok at best. The water comes out slow and I have to take it out of the fridge to refill it almost each time anyways. If I'm filling up a large water bottle, it takes a long time. Also, it holds a lot of water, but you have to fill up the filter twice to fill up the whole thing. I'm too cheap to get a different one, but I would get the regular one if I could go back.
Maybe time to order a new filter?
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Serious question: is this better than fridge that has a larger (and presumably more efficient) filter?
In general, fridge filters typically filter out more contaminants from my research
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I have this and I highly recommend. as for those who say they take it out everytime I reused my old brita pitcher, took off the top and fill it up then go to the fridge and dump it in once a day to full. for everyone else a regular cheap pitcher would work to fill it up.

ignore the negative reviews on Amazon I was put off by them and it's not bad like they say it is growing mold etc. also easy ton take the top off to clean them. just take a grain of salt on the reviews.
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Maybe time to order a new filter?
It has nothing to do with the filter. He's talking about the water coming out of the spout. It can get extremely slow as the water level goes down.
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Has anyone tested the water purity with this filter? Some complaints on Amazon (as usual) from people complaining about inconsistent water results.
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Remember the days when these/the jugs used to be like $10-12? At this point you might as well just buy an in-line filter. The filters are only rated for around 100 gallons, whereas the inline filters are rated in the hundreds or thousands of gallons. And you don't take up valuable space.

The upside of these is that you get cold, filtered water. But, I prefer all my tap water to be filtered.
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Wondering if the costco's Kirkland filter will fit this?
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Wondering if the costco's Kirkland filter will fit this?
Costco sell Brita filter as well. 10 for $30
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