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[Walmart] Brita® Value Pack Slim Water Filter Pitcher with Filter Plus 3 Pack Filters $10

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[Walmart] Brita® Value Pack Slim Water Filter Pitcher with Filter Plus 3 Pack Filters $10

Brita 5 cup pitcher for $10. Comes with 4 filters.

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Is there a way to avoid the $5 handling fee?
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This is hot! Even at 4 filters for $10 alone is worth the money. If you have coupons for Walmart, now is the time to use it.
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Thanks! Bought 3 to get free shipping and will return the Costco ones I bought last month.
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Nov 12, 2016
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This product is so crap -- If you want to see black particles in your water after using the filter daily for 3-4 weeks then buy it. I replaced the filters and bought the 5 pack from Walmart and it was the same nonsense. Please don't buy it and get a proper water filtration system so you can save money over this cheap filter.
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bookie6ix wrote:
Mar 17th, 2019 9:36 pm
This product is so crap -- If you want to see black particles in your water after using the filter daily for 3-4 weeks then buy it. I replaced the filters and bought the 5 pack from Walmart and it was the same nonsense. Please don't buy it and get a proper water filtration system so you can save money over this cheap filter.
You are not doing it right then, I've never had any issues with this, you most likely forgot the one important step, you have to SOAK the filter in a cup of water FIRST, I usually do it for good 10 minutes, then shake it a bit, then soak it for another 10 minutes BEFORE using it.


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Krakilin0405 wrote:
Mar 17th, 2019 9:39 pm
You are not doing it right then, I've never had any issues with this, you most likely forgot the one important step, you have to SOAK the filter in a cup of water FIRST, I usually do it for good 10 minutes, then shake it a bit, then soak it for another 10 minutes BEFORE using it.
OK ill try that one more time and if it doesn't work ill come back to this post and let you know.... but regardless you know what I mean a proper filtration is much better than something like this but to each their own. I could work with this too if the gf didnt bust my balls because of it...
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Krakilin0405 wrote:
Mar 17th, 2019 9:39 pm
You are not doing it right then, I've never had any issues with this, you most likely forgot the one important step, you have to SOAK the filter in a cup of water FIRST, I usually do it for good 10 minutes, then shake it a bit, then soak it for another 10 minutes BEFORE using it.
On top of that they already state in the instructions that the first 2 filters will look dusty, and tells you to use the water for plants.
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The carbon dust s non-toxic, no? Are these available in stores?
Edit: Doesn't seem like it.
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It says to rinse the filters for 15 seconds under running water before inserting them [not sure where the other people are reading those instructions?!]. I do 30seconds and even the first batch of water is ok. Had some carbon dust one time, so now I enure to rinse the filters under some running water before using them. No issues since.
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SomeGuyGG wrote:
Mar 17th, 2019 10:15 pm
It says to rinse the filters for 15 seconds under running water before inserting them [not sure where the other people are reading those instructions?!]. I do 30seconds and even the first batch of water is ok. Had some carbon dust one time, so now I enure to rinse the filters under some running water before using them. No issues since.
Probably from old timer people including me. The old school instruction on packages from 10-15 years ago said to submerge the filter in a cup of water for 10-15 mins before installing it into the jug, then use the first jug of water for non-drinking purpose like watering plants if concern about the carbon particles. The new instruction now says to rinse the filter for 15 seconds under running tap water.
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I've had no issues with black particles getting into the water, just rinse the filter like the instructions say

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