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Brita Longlast Water Filter Pitcher Replacement Filters, 2 Count

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[Brita] Brita Longlast Water Filter Pitcher Replacement Filters, 2 Count

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I purchased this because I used to buy the small one, so every month or two I will need to buy this, I am glad that I found this filter pack, each pack last for 6 months, I think this is a great deal if you drink filter water frequently!
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Those filters were a failure . All reviews are saying filtering takes forever. Personally tried them and you would have to wait 15 mins for a pitcher or more....especially once the filter starts clogging. Will never buy again, stick with the classic ones. Reviews on their own website rate it as awful, 3 stars...mostly negative reviews
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They are fine for me. I don’t sit around waiting for the water to filter though.

Note that the long last filters will actually filter out lead. The normal filters do not.

I’m not sure this is much of a deal though, seems like regular price. Sometimes cheaper to get at a grocery store when they have their 15% tuesdays.
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smackioio wrote: Those filters were a failure . All reviews are saying filtering takes forever. Personally tried them and you would have to wait 15 mins for a pitcher or more....especially once the filter starts clogging. Will never buy again, stick with the classic ones. Reviews on their own website rate it as awful, 3 stars...mostly negative reviews
I have actually try it myself, I think the speed is fine, but if you compare the overall spending between the two, I will still go with this because it really last much longer, and also the water still taste the same even after many months of usage!
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nobodylulukkkk wrote: I have actually try it myself, I think the speed is fine, but if you compare the overall spending between the two, I will still go with this because it really last much longer, and also the water still taste the same even after many months of usage!
Agreed, it depends on what suits you best. However, this is a regular price and not a deal or a hot deal. A good deal would be 29.99 or 31.97 as per the price history for past few months.
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These do improve the taste versus a regular Brita filter, plus they filter out lead.

I think the first batch had issues with clogging up too soon, but I was able to get mine to last about 5 months. I agree they are slow to filter, but if you have a larger pitcher and top it off before it goes empty, its not that much of an issue.

$39.99 is about the normal price @ Amazon for these.
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I noticed in costco they have Kirkland brand filter for Brita at a much cheaper price, I would like to try that next time

Anyone used it? What’s the experience compared to regular/this longlast Brita filter?
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anshiren wrote: I noticed in costco they have Kirkland brand filter for Brita at a much cheaper price, I would like to try that next time

Anyone used it? What’s the experience compared to regular/this longlast Brita filter?

I would love to hear this if you can give me some insight, I am looking for cheaper filter option because having 29.99 per month is just too much!
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nobodylulukkkk wrote:
I would love to hear this if you can give me some insight, I am looking for cheaper filter option because having 29.99 per month is just too much!
Will try after my current stock is over. Btw, I change my regular brita filter every 2-3 months.
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3. Buy now think (regret/return) later
4. If the gut says don’t tell your lady, don’t!
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nobodylulukkkk wrote:

I would love to hear this if you can give me some insight, I am looking for cheaper filter option because having 29.99 per month is just too much!
anshiren wrote: Will try after my current stock is over. Btw, I change my regular brita filter every 2-3 months.

Are these the ones where they sell a Kirkland-branded pitcher too? If so I'd love some feedback on them too, particularly since I checked country of origin and couldn't believe pitchers were made in Germany, and filters in the UK

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