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Target Stores: Brita 5-Cup Metro Water Filter Pitcher Dispenser + Filter

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Target stores (store locator) has Brita Water Filter 5-Cup Metro Water Pitcher Dispenser (White or Red) + Standard Water Filter for $11.99 when you follow the deal instructions below. This deal is valid in-store only.

Thanks to Deal Editor powerfuldoppler for finding this deal.

Note, in-store availability may vary by location.

Deal Instructions:
  1. Log into or create a Target Circle account (free to join)
  2. Click here and save the "$4 off Brita" offer.
  3. Visit a Target store and purchase Brita Water Filter 5-Cup Metro Water Pitcher Dispenser (White or Red) + Standard Water Filter
  4. Circle discount will be applied at the register when you present your Circle barcode via the Target App
  5. Price will be $15.99 - $4 w/ Circle offer = $11.99
Key Features:
  • BPA-free
  • Compatible with Longlast and Standard water filters
  • Dimensions: Height 9.8"; Width 4.45"; Length/Depth 9.37"
  • Filters: Copper, Unpleasant Odors, Cadmium, Mercury, Unpleasant Tastes

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  • About this deal:
    • Target Circle offer expires 9/8.
    • Our research indicates that Brita Water Filter 5-Cup Metro Water Pitcher Dispenser (White) + Standard Water Filter is $4 lower (25% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $15.99 at the time of this posting. -StrawMan86
  • About this product:
    • 4.7 out of 5 stars rating at Amazon
    • 4.6 out of 5 stars rating at Target.
  • About this store:
    • View Target return policy here.
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Target [target.com] has for Circle Members: Brita 5-Cup Metro Water Pitcher Dispenser w/ Water Filter for $11.99, in-store only.

Deal Instructions:
  1. Login to your Target Circle account (free to join [target.com])
  2. Under 'Home ' offers there is a $4 off Brita MRF single-use-coupon
  3. Click the save offer icon and it will be added to your account
  4. Visit a Target store (store locator [target.com]) to redeem your offer
Available colors:https://www.target.com/p/brita-wa...A-53162438
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I disagree. Between three people we find this jug is adequate, assuming it stays full and you fill it every time you use it. Filled to the max (jug and reservoir) this can hold nearly 60-70 ounces. There's very few times I have to wait for it to filter, but having the smaller jug means we can easily put in a fridge if need be. Takes up less counter space too. And you can pass it around.
Also small enough to take with you when you're traveling, helps cut down on buying bottled water
That's about the least embarrassing thing that I could be doing. That being said, I just drink regular old city tap water. No need for further filtration IMO.
I just started researching and learning on this. Is TDS in 300 range bad? I found the link below and it says that was in the ideal range.

https://www.freshwatersystems.com...measure-it

TDS Water Chart
<50-250 ppm Low: Lacking minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, and zinc.
300-500 ppm Ideal: This level is the sweet spot for TDS in drinking water. The water most likely contains minerals and does not taste flat.
600-900 ppm Not great: Consider a reverse osmosis system to filter TDS.
1000-2000 ppm Bad: It is not recommended to drink water at this TDS level.
>2000 Unacceptable: A TDS level above 2000 ppm is unsafe and household filters can not properly filter this level of contamination.

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These are nice but definitely small if you have more than one person in your house. We had this and switched to the 18 cup size and that works better. Even then we keep a gallon of cold unfiltered water in the fridge to keep the cycle going.
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5 cups is too small even for one person. You will be constantly refilling it and you have to wait inbetween uses because the filtration is slow.

I think this is good for a person who wants a glass of water with dinner and a small cup afterward. Then they refill the pitcher and let it sit and filter while they enjoy that small glass. If you are an active person or someone who needs a lot of water on demand, this is simply too small.
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Quote from SeikenDensetsu :
5 cups is too small even for one person. You will be constantly refilling it and you have to wait inbetween uses because the filtration is slow.

I think this is good for a person who wants a glass of water with dinner and a small cup afterward. Then they refill the pitcher and let it sit and filter while they enjoy that small glass. If you are an active person or someone who needs a lot of water on demand, this is simply too small.

I disagree. Between three people we find this jug is adequate, assuming it stays full and you fill it every time you use it. Filled to the max (jug and reservoir) this can hold nearly 60-70 ounces. There's very few times I have to wait for it to filter, but having the smaller jug means we can easily put in a fridge if need be. Takes up less counter space too. And you can pass it around.
Also small enough to take with you when you're traveling, helps cut down on buying bottled water
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Dispenser for ants
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Quote from slkmaster2000 :
I disagree. Between three people we find this jug is adequate, assuming it stays full and you fill it every time you use it. Filled to the max (jug and reservoir) this can hold nearly 60-70 ounces. There's very few times I have to wait for it to filter, but having the smaller jug means we can easily put in a fridge if need be. Takes up less counter space too. And you can pass it around.
Also small enough to take with you when you're traveling, helps cut down on buying bottled water
>assuming it stays full and you fill it everytime

So we're in agreement then lol

It's not fast enough to continuously be used. You fill the pitcher to the fill line then have to wait for that water to be strained through. It would be super embarrassing to do that around other people. Seriously at that point, get a water dispenser or buy water bottles.
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This is useless, get a water distiller for clean water
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I like Brita. They should offer more options for large size pitchers.
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Quote from SeikenDensetsu :
>assuming it stays full and you fill it everytime

So we're in agreement then lol

It's not fast enough to continuously be used. You fill the pitcher to the fill line then have to wait for that water to be strained through. It would be super embarrassing to do that around other people. Seriously at that point, get a water dispenser or buy water bottles.
That's about the least embarrassing thing that I could be doing. That being said, I just drink regular old city tap water. No need for further filtration IMO.
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Much smaller than the one we have for two adults and two kids. I wish ours was even bigger sometimes. Advice: make sure this size is the right fit for your family/home/refrigerator.

Larger size is also nice because you are more likely to get cold water (because you aren't constantly refilling it).
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The Costco larger size is a few bucks more and comes with 2 filters. I believe I paid $18 in store. It is Kirkland brand but accepts basic Brita filter. Better yet, use the Kirkland filters for more savings.
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I don't recommend this filter at any price, it cleans nothing. TDS before filter is 320 after filter 307...
best to use water filtering system "iSpring" or "APEC" 6-stage at least.
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I have a very old one of these. About 6 years. Anyone think they need to be replaced? Does this plastic start degrading and leeching into the water. I had started making a habit of transferring filtered water into stainless growlers, but Brita should consider maybe making stainless pitchers.
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