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Brita Medium Stainless Steel Water Pitcher with Filter 8 Cup BPA Free

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Brita Medium Stainless Steel Water Pitcher with Filter 8 Cup BPA Free by Water Pitchers   Brita Medium Stainless Steel Water Pitcher with Filter 8 Cup BPA Free by The Clorox Company

Price: $34.99
at Walmart - Click More Info / Buy Now to check for price rollbacks!.
on 6-27-2018.

Product description

  • MEDIUM WATER PITCHER: This medium, finger proof resistant stainless steal pitcher has a soft-grip handle which makes pouring easy along with the locking lid for convenient refilling. Height 9.94; Width 5.38; Length/Depth 12.38; Weight 2.11 pounds
  • CLEANER AND GREAT TASTING: The BPA free Brita filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, copper, mercury, and cadmium impurities found in tap water. *Substances reduced may not be found in all users' water.
  • FILTER INDICATOR: For optimum performance, a helpful electronic filter indicator tracks when your water filter needs to be replaced.
  • REDUCE WASTE: One Brita water filter can replace 300 standard 16.9 ounce water bottles.
  • REPLACEMENTS: Change Brita filters every 40 gallons, about 2 months for the average household for optimal performance.


  • BPA free Brita 8 cup water pitcher with 1 filter
  • Fingerprint resistant stainless steel
  • Electronic filter indicator

What owners of this product are saying
Its heavy, though most filtration systems probably are. I researched extensively the dif brands available at my local Walmart (shout out to Broken Arrow!) and this looked to be the best choice. It may cost a few extra bucks but the steel doesn't tarnish easily (never use bleach on steel appliances btw= instant rust) and the thinner design vs a round pitcher frees up fridge space. Amazon or EBay filters are really cheap... Oh! If you get it place under 'closed' faucet before filling up. If you try to stick it under an 'already running' faucet the water runs down into the side panels and slowly leaks out. Even if you're quick. For the first month I thought it had a crack and was dealing with puddles all over the cabinet and in the fridge. Plan to fill after clearing/washing out sink so you can just set it down. Holding it up is just too heavy. To fill from empty, you need to fill reservoir, let drain down, and fill once again. It doesn't take but a couple minutes, and you won't have any leaky handle if you don't try to overfill.

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