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Samsung Fridge Water Filter $35.10 after PM. Reg $48

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  • Oct 27th, 2020 11:59 am
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mike_dera wrote: Do you have to must go inside store to price match...any other way someone has tried.
Btw, do you know that they are original or not defective ..from VE. Tx
Just PM via HD chat. They will confirm the item, then you place your order and they will adjust the price to reflect the PM with additional 10% off.
Good luck!
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mike_dera wrote: I believe vision looked Samsung’s own (from the photo) but personally never bought from them..that’s why needed someone to confirm quality (not authenticity)
This is not even the same brand....
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As per Samsung specs: https://www.samsung.com/ca/refrigerator ... r-haf-cin/
HAF-CIN/EXP
with both certs NSF 42 & NSF 53.

For the same fridge model and filter specs; the photo and design of the filter from Vision and HD looks bit different; it seems HD's filter's label is more in line with Samsung's. However both have the same model#. Could VE 's filter be just different label/picture?
and VISION's
https://www.visions.ca/product-detail/3 ... -CIN%2fEXP
and
Home Depot:
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/samsun ... 1000683194
Can anyone pls confirm which one latest or what's difference.
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tomtomtom wrote: At $35 a pop, that a lot of money paid on those mediocre filters. You are better off buying an external system for better filtration.
True; any suggestions from research or experience..?
Last edited by mike_dera on Oct 27th, 2020 10:27 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Bedpan wrote: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07MCRZPSW/ref ... zFbK8J4A2V

Amazon choice. $35 for 3, so a little under $12 each. Works great. I am on my second 3 pack.

We have iron bacteria in the water. Our whole house system does not remove it without the addition of a second carbon filter or a chlorine or peroxide injector. We could also put in a drinking water system under the sink.

Or I spend my $12 on my fridge filter which works great at removing taste and odor. They last close to a year before I notice the pressure dropping and I swap it out.

I see very little risk in using these.

Just my 2 cents
Taste or clean looking water was always subjective for me but you may want to check following certifications on 3 for $35 amazon filters (sure looks a good deal as Samsung filters are relatively expensive):
NSF 42 for Chlorine Odor and Taste Reductions NSF 53 for Cysts, Turbidity, Lead, Asbestos, Benzene, Carbofuran, p-Dichlorobenzene and Mercury - as claimed by Samsung parts/website (https://www.samsung.com/ca/refrigerator ... r-haf-cin/)
Just my 2 cents.
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I missed the AmazonBasics ones. They were a great deal . AmazonBasics had 2 lines, standard and Premium.
The standard is just NSF42 and 401 (1 micron),
The premium is what I always used (NSF 42, 53 and 401 and .5 micron)

As stated by one poster above of what the NSF certification stands for and filters out. To me most important is the NSF53.
Most of the cheap filters on Amazon is ONLY 42 and 401, so it is useless to me.

While these samsung ones are very expensive even at discount. (basically almost 3:1 compare to the AmazonBasics); BTW, I picked up 2 from visions yesterday and confirmed these filter are NSF 42,53 and 401)
I will pay the premium. I would say generally in Canada, our water is very good and we do not need to worry and NSF42 and 401 is good enough.
But for my own peace of mind, I will pay the little extra for something my family and I drink a lot of.
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mike_dera wrote: True; any suggestions from research or experience..?
I connect a RO system to my fridge, might seem overkill but the fewer minerals will help your ice maker last longer and fewer clogs. But then having any filter is better than no filter

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