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3-Pk Waterdrop Plus Refrigerator Replacement Water Filter for Samsung DA29-00020B EXPIRED

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  • Replaces Samsung DA29-00020B Filters
  • Certified by the NSF, WQA, and IAPMO against NSF standards 401, 53, 42 & 372 test
  • Compatible with:
    • DA29-00020B, DA29-00020A, HAF-CIN, HAF-CIN-EXP, HAF-CINEXP, HAFCIN, 04609101000, 09101, 46-9101, DA-97-08006A, DA97-08006A/B, DA29-00019A, DA2900020A, RF28HMEDBSR, RFG298HDRS, RS25J50, RF263TEAES, RF4287HARS, RS25J500DSR, RS25J500DWW, RF28HFEDTWW, RF26HFENDWW, RF26HFENDBC, RS265TDRS, RS261MDWP, RS261MDBP, RS263TDBP, RS265TDBP

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Waterdrop Plus DA29-00020B Refrigerator Water Filter, Replacement for Samsung DA29-00020B, DA29-00020A, HAF-CIN/EXP, 46-9101, NSF 401&53&42 Certified, 3 Pack
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

I have been using waterdrop filters and they are high quality.
Now this is the new version filter 3pack for ~28$
NSF 401, 53, 42 & 372 certified

Previous deal was for 32$
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Seems like they are certified. Try searching with brand name instead of manufacturer name.

https://info.nsf.org/Certified/dw...td=ModlStd
Try searching instead for "ecoaqua" which is on the side of the box. I think this brand is one of few cheap ones that are actually certified.

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Thanks, bought 2x pack for HAF-CIN

NSF 401 - reduce phenytoin, ibuprofen, naproxen, estrone, bisphenol A and nonylphenol

NSF 53 - reduce lead, cyst, carbofuran, endrin, benzene and mercury

NSF 372 - for lead-free filtration.

NSF 42 is a certification based around the taste and smell of water, ability to remove chlorine as well as other unpleasant impurities which can cause your water to have a strong and unpleasant odor.

Its my fifth sub and save so 10% for me

Items:
$56.32
Shipping & Handling:
$0.00
Subscribe & Save
-$2.82
Subscribe & Save
-$2.82
Total Before Tax:
$50.68
Estimated Tax Collected:
$4.68
Order Total
$55.36
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Quote from Fustercluck1 :
Thanks, bought 2x pack for HAF-CIN

NSF 401 - reduce phenytoin, ibuprofen, naproxen, estrone, bisphenol A and nonylphenol

NSF 53 - reduce lead, cyst, carbofuran, endrin, benzene and mercury

NSF 372 - for lead-free filtration.

NSF 42 is a certification based around the taste and smell of water, ability to remove chlorine as well as other unpleasant impurities which can cause your water to have a strong and unpleasant odor.

Its my fifth sub and save so 10% for me

Items:
$56.32
Shipping & Handling:
$0.00
Subscribe & Save
-$2.82
Subscribe & Save
-$2.82
Total Before Tax:
$50.68
Estimated Tax Collected:
$4.68
Order Total
$55.36
In case you don't know you can save even more by buying their 6 pack @46.99.just search Amazon.
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https://www.nsf.org/certified-products-systems

So, apparently this company thinks their clever by spamming the NSF branding everywhere. But, the minute you try to look if they're actually certified, they don't appear on the NSF website. What does this mean? It means they know what consumers are looking for, and they lie about having it because they know they can get away with it. Notice that there are only a few brands that actually carry an NSF cert that can be verified.

TL;DR: they're not certified for shit AND they're lying about it.
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Quote from FuschiaScene411 :
https://www.nsf.org/certified-products-systems

So, apparently this company thinks their clever by spamming the NSF branding everywhere. But, the minute you try to look if they're actually certified, they don't appear on the NSF website. What does this mean? It means they know what consumers are looking for, and they lie about having it because they know they can get away with it. Notice that there are only a few brands that actually carry an NSF cert that can be verified.

TL;DR: they're not certified for shit AND they're lying about it.

https://info.nsf.org/Certified/Co...Ecoaqua+Co
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Take the useless cash-sink filters out of the fridge and put an RO system in front of it.
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Quote from FuschiaScene411 :
https://www.nsf.org/certified-products-systems

So, apparently this company thinks their clever by spamming the NSF branding everywhere. But, the minute you try to look if they're actually certified, they don't appear on the NSF website. What does this mean? It means they know what consumers are looking for, and they lie about having it because they know they can get away with it. Notice that there are only a few brands that actually carry an NSF cert that can be verified.

TL;DR: they're not certified for shit AND they're lying about it.
Try searching instead for "ecoaqua" which is on the side of the box. I think this brand is one of few cheap ones that are actually certified.
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Quote from FuschiaScene411 :
https://www.nsf.org/certified-products-systems

So, apparently this company thinks their clever by spamming the NSF branding everywhere. But, the minute you try to look if they're actually certified, they don't appear on the NSF website. What does this mean? It means they know what consumers are looking for, and they lie about having it because they know they can get away with it. Notice that there are only a few brands that actually carry an NSF cert that can be verified.

TL;DR: they're not certified for shit AND they're lying about it.
Seems like they are certified. Try searching with brand name instead of manufacturer name.

https://info.nsf.org/Certified/dw...td=ModlStd
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Quote from Jesse :
Take the useless cash-sink filters out of the fridge and put an RO system in front of it.
This might cause leaking issues in the fridge because the RO pressure isn't high enough. Check fridge manual for required pressure.
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Quote from xmenxmenxmen :
In case you don't know you can save even more by buying their 6 pack @46.99.just search Amazon.
Thanks! I was excited about getting two 3 packs for $54 but now I got a 6 pack for $45 (for some reason it took $2.35 SS discount off twice.)

Last time I paid $28 for a 2 pack.

Thanks and repped (to the OP too).

Here's the 6 pack. Waterdrop DA29-00020B Refrigerator Water Filter, Replacement for Samsung DA29-00020B, DA29-00020A, HAF-CIN/EXP, 46-9101, Standard, Pack of 6 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FQMD...0T0WWAAJ1C
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Try searching instead for "ecoaqua" which is on the side of the box. I think this brand is one of few cheap ones that are actually certified.
They came from the same manufactory. Waterdrop, Aqua crest, filter logic, water specialist and Max blue.

https://info.nsf.org/Certified/dw...td=ModlStd
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This is a good deal. I recently paid $32 for a three pack of water and air filters from allfilters for my LG fridge. Sure beats paying $45 for a single OEM water filter.
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They came from the same manufactory. Waterdrop, Aqua crest, filter logic, water specialist and Max blue.

https://info.nsf.org/Certified/dw...td=ModlStd
So it turns out they are NSF certified after all? I guess it just takes some snooping and digging around.
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Quote from vkitchai :
They came from the same manufactory. Waterdrop, Aqua crest, filter logic, water specialist and Max blue.

https://info.nsf.org/Certified/dw...td=ModlStd
So it turns out they are NSF certified after all?
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