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Amazon has 6-Pack Brita Pitcher Replacement Water Filters for $17.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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  • Reduce Chlorine (taste & odor) Mercury, Copper, Zinc, Cadmium
  • For the best tasting water, replace your water filter after 40 gallons or approximately every 2 months; Brita Standard filters last 2x longer than ZeroWater filters
  • Compatible with all Brita pitchers and dispensers except Stream; Brita water filters are simple to replace with a pull top cap for easy removal; 16.9 oz water bottle

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I bought 10 Costco Kirkland filters that fits Brita pitchers for about $20. I haven't tried it yet. I'm not here to argue that it is a better deal. Just wondering if people here have tried both and prefers one over the other on taste and how long it lasts.
Pitcher water filters do not typically remove lead or if they do, don't do it terribly well. If your water is legitimately unsafe, this isn't going to fix that
The Costco ones work fine. I don't notice any difference personally.

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Good deal...thank OP!
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Thanks OP!

This deal also qualifies for the AMEX 40% offer (if you've used it but haven't maxed out the total $40 discount, you'll see the discount reflected on the Checkout page)

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I bought 10 Costco Kirkland filters that fits Brita pitchers for about $20. I haven't tried it yet. I'm not here to argue that it is a better deal. Just wondering if people here have tried both and prefers one over the other on taste and how long it lasts.
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Hey guys, how does Brita water compare to bottled waters at the grocery stores? I buy 5 cases at a time. The tap water around me is not safe to drink at all so Im wondering if Brita would make it safe even?
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Hey guys, how does Brita water compare to bottled waters at the grocery stores? I buy 5 cases at a time. The tap water around me is not safe to drink at all so Im wondering if Brita would make it safe even?
It sounds like you may need a actually water filtration system (RO system) installed at home. The main purpose of Brita is to filter out chlorine and some limited type of heavy metal, but does not remove hardness and many more elements in the water.
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I bought 10 Costco Kirkland filters that fits Brita pitchers for about $20. I haven't tried it yet. I'm not here to argue that it is a better deal. Just wondering if people here have tried both and prefers one over the other on taste and how long it lasts.
I haven't tried those but thanks for the heads up - I didn't even know they made them.

Also, actual Brita filters are cheaper per filter this month at Costco than the ones in this deal.
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I bought 10 Costco Kirkland filters that fits Brita pitchers for about $20. I haven't tried it yet. I'm not here to argue that it is a better deal. Just wondering if people here have tried both and prefers one over the other on taste and how long it lasts.
The Costco ones work fine. I don't notice any difference personally.
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Hey guys, how does Brita water compare to bottled waters at the grocery stores? I buy 5 cases at a time. The tap water around me is not safe to drink at all so Im wondering if Brita would make it safe even?
Sounds like you're either in Flint MI or Chernobyl
Regardless... this type of filter is mainly for safe water, to improve the taste and smell.
You need something much more aggressive.
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Pitcher water filters do not typically remove lead or if they do, don't do it terribly well. If your water is legitimately unsafe, this isn't going to fix that
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$24.99 at Target
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"at Costco"
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Hey guys, how does Brita water compare to bottled waters at the grocery stores? I buy 5 cases at a time. The tap water around me is not safe to drink at all so Im wondering if Brita would make it safe even?
You need one of these

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