Brita 18 Cup UltraMax Water Dispenser with 1 Filter, BPA Free, Gray, Extra Large
Drink healthier, great-tasting water with this BPA free Brita 18 Cup UltraMax Water Dispenser. The extra large capacity makes this water filtration system perfect for busy families, sports teams and offices, while a new, sleek, space efficient design allows for convenient storage. A flip top lid makes refilling a breeze. Plus, just a glance at
Drink healthier, great-tasting water with this BPA free Brita 18 Cup UltraMax Water Dispenser. The extra large capacity makes this water filtration system perfect for busy families, sports teams and offices, while a new, sleek, space efficient design allows for convenient storage. A flip top lid makes refilling a breeze. Plus, just a glance at the filter indicator lets you know when it is time to change the Brita water filter. This filtered water dispenser comes with 1 water filter and delivers great tasting water in every pour.
- SPACE EFFICIENT: The BPA-Free UltraMax Water Dispenser holds 18 cups or 1.13 gallons of water which is great for families and fits neatly on countertops and refrigerator shelves. Height 10.47″; Width 5.67″; Length/Depth 14.37″; Weight 3 pounds
- CLEANER AND GREAT TASTING: The Brita standard filter reduces chlorine (taste and odor), copper, mercury, zinc and cadmium impurities found in tap water for cleaner great tasting water for the whole family. *Substances reduced may not be in all users’ water
- FILTER CHANGE REMINDER: A helpful sticker indicator on the water dispenser lets you keep track of when you last changed your water filter and when it needs to be replaced. Replace Brita filters every 40 gallons or every 2 months
- INSTANT POUR: This large, 18 cup filtered water dispenser has a spigot that makes pouring easy. With the flip top lid, refilling is a breeze
- REDUCE WASTE & SAVE: One Brita standard water filter can replace 300 standard 16 oz water bottles which saves you money and reduces plastic waste
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Easy to open, clean, and refill! I almost did not buy this pitcher because of the negative reviews by people complaining that they could barely disassemble the unit to clean it or replace the filter. I just got this thing, and had no problem doing any of that. The water tastes great, and the dispenser fits very nicely in my fridge. The nozzle hangs off the shelf, but I can still close my refrigerator door, and my fridge isnât even that big.
This is for the NEW (2017) redesigned model of this product The concept is great, a large-capacity Brita filtered water pitcher for the fridge with a handy spigot so the whole thing doesnât have to be removed for each use. Iâve always seen the convenience in that idea compared to the Brita filtration pitchers Iâve used for years that take up space in my refrigerator door and have to be refilled after each use.Once I got this dispenser home I began to realize that there are pros and cons to its design, some of which may be difficult to overcome.Hereâs a brief outline about what I like and what turned out to be not so great about this dispenser:PROS1. The unit seems to be made about the same as most Brita filtration pitchers, which is to say, it is made well. The plastic is a hard polycarbonate that does not alter the taste of the water, is easy to clean and is relatively safe from cracking and shattering.2. Part of the top is hinged and folds back to refill the dispenser (using another…
Doesnât filter well… I tested the quality of my tap water and was alarmed when I received a 322ppm rating. I purchased this assuming it would help purify my water. I filled and emptied this pitcher 4 times with the carbon filter and then reassessed the water – I received inconsistent reading199-220ppm. Ideal drinking water should be 0-50ppm and carbon filtration should produce water 50-100ppm. Did I just get a bad filter?? Brita seems to be a reliable brand. Also, make sure you check the measurements of your fridge. Two of our fridge shelves are adjustable and this still wouldnât fit, so I had to take one shelf out.