Brita Slim Water Filter Pitcher

June 29, 2013 - Comment

Brita Pitcher Water Filtration System (5 Cups). Slim design, fits into refrigerator door. Certified to reduce lead, chlorine (taste and odor), and sediment. Protects against harmful contaminants. Activated carbon and ion exchange resin work together to filter tap water. More economical than bottled water and easier than carrying heavy bottle. Replace filter every 40 gallons

Brita Pitcher Water Filtration System (5 Cups). Slim design, fits into refrigerator door. Certified to reduce lead, chlorine (taste and odor), and sediment. Protects against harmful contaminants. Activated carbon and ion exchange resin work together to filter tap water. More economical than bottled water and easier than carrying heavy bottle. Replace filter every 40 gallons or about 2 months, it’s essential for product to perform as represented.The Brita 42629 Slim Pitcher ensures that you will always have healthful, purified drinking water at your fingertips. With a capacity of 40 ounces, this smartly designed, compact water pitcher is perfect for small households. With Brita’s advanced filtration process, you can enjoy water that’s free of harmful substances and unappealing chlorine taste. Using this pitcher for your drinking water needs is also an easy way to help the environment by decreasing the need for bottled water.

The Brita Slim Pitcher offers:
  • Efficient, compact storage
  • Capacity up to 40 fluid ounces
  • Reduction of potentially harmful impurities
  • Clean, better tasting water
  • A benefit for the environment

Each Brita filter helps reduce waste by substituting for an estimated 300 water bottles.

A sleek, compact design makes this pitcher efficient and portable.

Purified water is a powerful way to keep your whole body revitalized and uplifted.

Compact, Efficient, and Portable
Thanks to its slim, compact design, the Brita Slim Pitcher can be stored in narrow spaces like refrigerator doors, avoiding the hassle of sacrificing valuable shelf space. Despite its compact size, the pitcher holds up 40 fluid ounces of water, the equivalent of five 8-ounce glasses. The sleek design makes for effortless transport, refilling, and pouring.

Reduces Impurities and Cuts Down on Chlorine Taste
The pitcher’s included Ion Exchange Resin filter acts as a magnet for impurities that are often found in tap water, such as lead, copper, mercury, cadmium, and zinc. The filter removes these impurities, reducing their potentially harmful effects. The filtering process also reduces that taste and odor of chlorine, thanks to special sponge-like filtration system.

The end result is clean, better tasting water that is healthier for everyone. This is especially good news for children and pregnant or nursing women who are more susceptible to potential harm from lead and other impurities. Filters should be changed every 40 gallons or two months and are not intended for use with microbiologically unsafe water.

All Brita Pitchers are universally compatible with Brita Pitcher Replacement Filters.

Improves Your Health and Invigorates Your Senses
Water is a vital resource in energizing your mind and body, and using a Brita Pitcher ensures that the water you’re drinking is in top quality. Proper hydration helps your body control temperature, keeps skin clear and glowing, and transports nutrients to the brain and other organs. It also acts as a powerful aid in digestion, metabolism, and detoxification. Brita recognizes the importance of water to human wellbeing and takes special care to optimize the healthfulness of your drinking water, so you can keep fit and energized.

A Simple Way to Support the Environment
It’s estimated that one Brita pitcher filter can substitute for the use of 300 water bottles, many of which end up in landfills. By using Brita filters, which are now recyclable through a Brita and Preserve filter recycling program, you lower your impact on the environment while benefiting your own health and possibly your wallet, too. Plus, your support of the Brita Products Company goes toward helping environmental efforts like the Brita Climate Ride, a five-day bike ride whose participants raise money for climate change awareness.

About The Brita Products Company
The Brita Products Company is a leader in the production of freestanding water-filtration systems designed to improve the quality of drinking water by reducing its impurities. Heinz Hankammer, the company’s creator, realized the need for enhancing the healthfulness and taste of potable water in 1966. He and his family first accomplished this goal under a pear tree in the family garden and have been working to carry out their mission ever since. The company is named after Heinz Hankhammer’s daughter, Brita. As a corporation, Brita is committed to community and environmental outreach through projects like FilterForGood.com, a campaign dedicated to the reduction of bottled water waste.

What’s in the Box
Brita Slim Pitcher and one Brita Pitcher Replacement Filter

Product Features

  • Slim water pitcher with filter from Brita
  • Filter uses an ion resin exchange to reduce lead, copper, mercury, cadmium, zinc, and other impurities from drinking water
  • Pitcher fits into refrigerator door shelves for compact storage; ideal for a single person or small family household
  • Filters should be changed every 40 gallons or 2 months; do not use with microbiologically unsafe water
  • Capacity: five 8-ounce glasses of filtered water

Comments

B. Sites "plexiglass_designs" says:

Durable, Stylish, Practical We got this pitcher as a wedding gift and we’ve been using it now for over 3 years. It’s the same picther, we aren’t particularly careful with it, and still it looks and works like when we first got it. It’s a great size and fits nicely in our fridge. The sides stay clear (unlike some pitchers that yellow) and the top is solid. We were so happy with it we got one for someone else as a wedding gift some time ago.Some others have mentioned black granules, but we’ve only seen them in the top of the pitcher (the filter area, not the area that filtered-water goes that you drink). It’s our non-scientific understanding that those are part of the carbon-filtering system in the Brita filters. In the 3 years of use, I don’t think we’ve ever seen them in our filtered drinking water – if we have, it was maybe once.The only other con for the pitcher is you may have to wait a while to fill it. The top part that holds water that is passing through the Brita filter is…

Karen Bock-Losee says:

Great for a small fridge This is my second Brita Slim Pitcher – the first served me well for a long time, until I dropped it on a brick patio. It’s great for a small fridge like mine. I hate the waste of bottled water and use my Brita to fill a Nalgene bottle instead. One of my favorite features is the the dial that tells me when to replace the filter (because I can never remember when I put the last one in…)I’ve owned Pur and GE water pitchers, but always go back to Brita.One last comment – if you soak a new filter for 15 minutes in a glass of water before using it for the first time as per the directions you won’t see ANY “black granules” (charcoal) in your water.

Diaspora Chic "diaspora_chic" says:

Great for College Students The cost of bottled water adds up and can burn a hole in your wallet, especially if you’re a starving student. The Brita pitcher is affordable and saves you more money. And it’s also a healthy approach to drinking sodas which adds a great deal of sugar and pounds. Don’t let the size fool you. It’s not heavy and doesn’t take up room. I highly recommend getting this product as to buying spring water in bulk and gallons. You won’t feel that you’re wasting money and you will get six to eight glasses of water each day.

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