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PUR 18-Cup Complete Water Dispenser System

brisar 116,473 September 4, 2013 at 08:47 PM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Lowes Deals
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Lowes.com has PUR 18-Cup Complete Water Dispenser System (DS-1800Z) on sale for $19.49. Select in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks brisar.

Price Research: Our research indicates that this PUR 18-Cup Complete Water Dispenser System is $8.50 lower (30% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $28. - Discombobulated

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Edited September 4, 2013 at 08:52 PM by brisar
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PUR 18-Cup Complete Water Dispenser System. [lowes.com]

$29.49 now $19.49

Select in-store pickup to save on shipping

It's $27.88 at Amazon [amazon.com]
  • Holds eighteen 8-oz cups (1.125 gals.) of healthy, great-tasting water
  • Slim space-saving design makes optimal use of refrigerator shelf
  • Fits conveniently in sink for refilling with a special fill-tray design that helps distribute weight and handles that make it easy-to-fill and carry
  • Water filter provides up to 40 gals. of clean water

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#76
Quote from GilaMonster View Post :
The one person I've observed with the fewest dental problems and most importantly least memory loss over time is my wife, who grew up on a family farm drinking well water that had no additives in it.

After this many decades of universal fluoridation it's not "conspiracy theorizing" to reasonably question the long-term effects of fluoride, especially with the recent appearance of diseases like Alzheimer's whose causes we are just scratching the surface on.

A large percentage of the reactors generating electricity also create plutonium fuel for weapons. Over time the downside became obvious: an inability to find a safe way to dispose of the waste product from nuclear weapons development. The big push to put fluoride in our drinking water and toothpaste was fluoride is a very toxic substance in concentration, and it was piling up because of the uranium hexafluoride that is the medium for uranium enrichment.

Uranium is blended with fluoride, becomes a liquid, is whipped through a centrifuge, the depleted uranium goes into warheads, the enriched uranium goes into nuclear weapons and the fluoride goes into the toothpaste and drinking water. That’s how our government has been getting rid of the toxic by-product.

Drinking fluoride does not do a thing about tooth decay; second, absorbing fluoride in your body is a mild tranquilizer, keeping people calm and dumbed-down. As a kid I had fluoride treatments at the dentist, but they were always topical treatments applied to the teeth then disposed of, never ingested continuously like Americans do today. It’s also quite harmful to the thyroid gland and could be part of this chemical assault on us all that leads to obesity and lack of energy in Americans, because we’re being fed a toxic substance in the name of fighting tooth decay. It's even been sold in the past as a "benefit" of the nuclear weapons program.
Unfortunately, I have to agree with you. An award winning investigative journalist and former BBC producer spent about 10 years researching Fluoride before publishing his book. (A link to the utube interview below) I find it especially interesting as a Western Pennsylvania resident that the Air Pollution movement was birthed in large part due to an devastating event that occurred in 1948 resulting in at least 20 deaths
(starts at about 6:44). In the interest of time, a striking studing (at 16:40) documents the Fluoride damage workers in the industry endured; Fluoridation of water is from industrial waste(aluminum) and not a purified form of Fl (at 19:20); a noted Forsyth Dental Center(affliated with Harvard) researcher(at 24:00) who was initially opposed to the merits of such a study, found low levels of Fl caused lower I.Q. in children and other neurological issues, subsequently she was dismissed.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OXMNln8czQ
Please do your own due diligence.
Book title: The Fluoride Deception
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#77
The closest lowes for me is OOS Frown 14303 *sigh
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#78
double post
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#79
I got the Zerowater brand (8 cups size) for ~$30, and I think it's better filtration system than PUR and Brita brands, they even provide you with a TDS Tester in the same package so you can check it out yourself and see how much dissolved chemicals are in your water; before and after filtration.
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Quote from Starcr0ss3r View Post :
Fluoride technically can be poisonous. Exchanging one bias for another isn't objectivity.

Dihydrogen monoxide is also technically poisonous, and is MAJOR component of drinking water. Thousands is not millions of people are killed by it, far more than by minute amounts of flouride ions in drinking water.


Quote :
Dihydrogen monoxide:

is called "hydroxyl acid", the substance is the major component of acid rain.
contributes to the "greenhouse effect".
may cause severe burns.
is fatal if inhaled.
contributes to the erosion of our natural landscape.
accelerates corrosion and rusting of many metals.
may cause electrical failures and decreased effectiveness of automobile brakes.
has been found in excised tumors of terminal cancer patients.
Despite the danger, dihydrogen monoxide is often used:
as an industrial solvent and coolant.
in nuclear power plants.
in the production of Styrofoam.
as a fire retardant.
in many forms of cruel animal research.
in the distribution of pesticides. Even after washing, produce remains contaminated by this chemical.
as an additive in certain "junk-foods" and other food products.
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Quote from GilaMonster View Post :
The one person I've observed with the fewest dental problems and most importantly least memory loss over time is my wife, who grew up on a family farm drinking well water that had no additives in it.
Where does the water in the well come from? Do you have water testing reports showing that it was pure H2O and nothing else?

Hint: Pure H2O will make you sicker than sick, try drinking Deionized water.

Quote from GilaMonster View Post :
After this many decades of universal fluoridation it's not "conspiracy theorizing" to reasonably question the long-term effects of fluoride, especially with the recent appearance of diseases like Alzheimer's whose causes we are just scratching the surface on.
So, when someone died of "old age" or "dementia" 100 years ago, before we had the ability to perform brain scans and see plaques formation, could they have been simply misdiagnosed? Perhaps?

Quote from GilaMonster View Post :
A large percentage of the reactors generating electricity also create plutonium fuel for weapons. Over time the downside became obvious: an inability to find a safe way to dispose of the waste product from nuclear weapons development. The big push to put fluoride in our drinking water and toothpaste was fluoride is a very toxic substance in concentration, and it was piling up because of the uranium hexafluoride that is the medium for uranium enrichment.
Which Plutonium is it? 238, 239, 240, 241, 242 or 244?

Quote from GilaMonster View Post :
Uranium is blended with fluoride, becomes a liquid, is whipped through a centrifuge, the depleted uranium goes into warheads, the enriched uranium goes into nuclear weapons and the fluoride goes into the toothpaste and drinking water. That’s how our government has been getting rid of the toxic by-product.
Uranium hexaflouride gas (not liquid) undergoes gas diffusion through membranes to separate uranium from fluoride.

Centrifuges spin gasified Uranium containing U235 and U238. U238 being heavier separates from U235.

2 separate processes that you have combined together, which are not used together to enrich uranium. Gas diffusion is so old and ineffective I would be surprized to see even Iranians to use it.

Quote from GilaMonster View Post :
Drinking fluoride does not do a thing about tooth decay; second, absorbing fluoride in your body is a mild tranquilizer, keeping people calm and dumbed-down. As a kid I had fluoride treatments at the dentist, but they were always topical treatments applied to the teeth then disposed of, never ingested continuously like Americans do today. It’s also quite harmful to the thyroid gland and could be part of this chemical assault on us all that leads to obesity and lack of energy in Americans, because we’re being fed a toxic substance in the name of fighting tooth decay. It's even been sold in the past as a "benefit" of the nuclear weapons program.
May I suggest a foil hat? Big Grin
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Quote from Zanthexter View Post :
It's just boxes with damaged packaging, returns, etc. Shouldn't actually be used-used, just stuff they can't sell as new.



I've never owned something like this, so was wondering, how often do these need to be cleaned? Once a month? more? Just rinse out in the sink with soapy water? Do the filters themselves get funky?
Honestly... I went about 2 months at one point without washing it other than a rinse. (I had spinal surgery)
Nothing happened. Every once and a while I pop the filter out, rinse with hot soapy water and rinse the filter off in cool water.

Pop it back in and good to go.



Maybe once every other week?
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#83
Quote from figure8 View Post :
same here. kinda nostalgic to see this again. mine is still going strong and i regularly use target and wal-mart filters with no problems. this dispenser works really well. i remember being afraid it would eventually leak but that hasn't been a problem after all these years. pur forever!


edit: btw those walmart filters are $10 for 3 filters and target's up&up brand is just a bit pricier. you can get a quality affordable water quality tester on amazon made by hm digital on the cheap as well. i've ended up using mine on my friend's water and restaurants i frequent... it's reallly interesting to see the ppm.

I'm going to try this. I had no idea about the WM filters! I got a bunch of pur filters on clearance last year at Target (I think they were damaged box) but it was like 3 pk for 5 bucks. I bought 20 boxes :X

I sent most of the filters to my mom who has one of these too (her first and only SD) so I will try the WM filters.
I'd LOVE to see PPM here in Kentucky. I'm pretty sure their standards arent as stringent as Philadelphia where I'm from.
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Quote from LaylaStryker View Post :
Honestly... I went about 2 months at one point without washing it other than a rinse. (I had spinal surgery)
Nothing happened. Every once and a while I pop the filter out, rinse with hot soapy water and rinse the filter off in cool water.

Pop it back in and good to go.



Maybe once every other week?
Thank you, that was helpful Smilie
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Good deal, thanks OP.
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#86
Texans might take a peek at their local HEB store for clearance and sale pitchers. We bought a Zero at BBB with a coupon and came close to the best price around. Seems HEB had some Brita, Pur and one other on 'clearance'...most filters were not discounted, but a few were.

Our muni water fell right in the middle of 'typical' range, the fridge filter cut that by about a third to half, the Zero showed ZERO ppm. Not sure how clean is clean, but those numbers work for me!
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Quote from Crustan View Post :
I was just looking over the product detail page for the pur filters and saw this: "Buy Used and Save: Buy a Used "PUR 2-Stage Water Pitcher Replacement Filter, 2-Pack” from Amazon Warehouse Deals and save 21% off the $15.99 list price."

Who buys used water filters?!?!?!?!

The west coast!


Thanks, repped.
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Quote from chowd007 View Post :
Ordered one yesterday for store pickup. Was in a Lowes store last week and saw this item. Got an e-mail today that it was delayed in shipping. Hmmmm, had ordered it for store pickup and assume they would just take it out of inventory. The e-mail goes on that I have to respond to the e-mail to accept the delay in shipping otherwise they would cancel. Called and was informed it will take more than 30 days to ship. Rep checked for inventory at the local stores, nearest was 500 miles away but I can pay for shipping and have it delivered.

Looks like they really don't want you to pickup at the store. Will leave the order in place but will end up buying it somewhere else. Doesn't matter the great price listed here, if they don't have it in inventory or play games with shipping.
I can not order for pickup anywhere. The stores I checked have an empty shelf. I have to order over $50 to get free shipping. They want you to overbuy to get free shipping. I need a lot of filler items.
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Other sites have this listed for $27 and higher, grab the deal before it is gone. I have been wanting one for awhile, I'm going to Lowes.
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