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Works out at $5 each. Get in quick before they sell out.
might be worth investing in a inline charcoal filter if you are finding yourself changing a lot of this… which i did.
Have you got any instructions on how to make one of these magical devices?
e.g. a benchtop 1-stage for renters:
Or a bit over $100 will get you a under-bench 2-stage kit.
These standard-size filters last much longer and are generally cheaper than proprietary systems like Britta.
yes. keyword is proprietary, you can get those standard sized filters with refills you can source from amazon.com.
for what brita does, (just a charcoal filter to make water taste better) i think its overpriced.
you can get good inline ones which can remove chlorine and heavy metals too at prices less than britas.
head to whirlpool to read on the discussions, as i don't want to post specific retailers or brands. There are many good ones in the market, just watch out for proprietary filter replacements.
Just in time. I'm down to my last pack.
I've considered these in-line plumbed in filters and I didn't like the thought of the water sitting stagnant in the filter when I'm away for extended periods.
the filters are replaceable, and so would be the ones you have to chuck britas ones as well.. so I think that's a non issue. ;)
I did my sums and I had bought in tonnes of maxtras when it was $30 for jug+6 carts. So currently using up the supply and using the inline more. The inline filters cost slightly more per replacement, but for the amount of liters it can filter, it can do the job much better (and cheaper) than a highflow charcoal only maxtra.
fwiw, brita also has an inline filter set you can get from bunnings, when you actually go and compare the prices and features, you will fully understand what i'm talking about.
great price, but I cbf to set up yet another amazon account.
Use the same account. It's what I do.
That's too cheap!
Apparently they were 10 pounds cheaper in 2011.
Good price, thanks.
thank you :)
If anyone misses out on this deal, they are $64.35AU posted here:
Broden's ebay account?
Do these remove Chlorine and Fluoride?
Chlorine yes, fluoride no.
Kmart sell generic "home maker" brand ones that fit the Brita perfectly.
I think they work out to $4 each. Not on their website so can't double check.
I don't recommend them. Tried them once and the minute I poured water the "charcoal granules" disintegrated and went to the bottom of the jug.
Have not seen the generic home maker filters on the shelf for 3 months now. I got a Maxtra from Harris Scarf when on sale. Water does taste better with Brita compared to KMart's filter
sold out already :/
No longer available?
Nope, try again, I just ordered at this price
ahh yup it is back again ..cool thx
Thanks, worked this time :D
Got charged 20£ to deliver to WA…. Cancelled immediately
Mine was only £17 and I'm in Perth? In any event, still works out considerably cheaper than buying them locally.
If you buy 2 x 12pk only cost $103. That's even cheaper at $4.30 each.
Sounds like we need a group buy for Perth?!
have you bought yours? I am in Perth, want join the group
Order 5 packs works out at about $46/pack delivered
I been trying to find something to buy with it to help spread the postage out
I can suggest 2tb portable harddrive passport …comes to $130ish extra (as only about 1 pound more to postage cost and vat is taken off original price of 102 pound)
Does the Postage & Packaging fee includes a tracking number?
This is the first time I buy from Amazon.
specials in ww and bigw sometimes are cheaper than this though, not quite often.
Um..nice comment mrgeckoz. Maybe next time post the deals when you see them…that's the point of ozbargain right??
The last time I brought from target and they were having 30% off. 4 packs cost around $24 which makes $6 each.
Thanks, ordered one & only 5 left
I received cannot be shipped to Melbourne error. Anyone else?
Same for me, cannot deliver to sydney
Available on ebay for $63.90 delivered from the UK for anyone who missed out.
9 available currently.
I thought these jug filters lasted 3 months before needing to be replaced the 12 pack gives the impression only 1 month?
That is rather odd, calling it an 'annual pack'. Maxtra filters bought from BigW last 3 months and even after that time of using the filter every day I stretch it to 4. Even Adelaide tap water isn't enough to use up the filter after 3 months.
Filters I purchased from Brita say they need to be 'exchanged every 2 months'. So neither 3 like the comment above or 1, like the items we are purchasing from the UK. Are we buying an inferior quality product from the UK here? Maybe we should stick to the BIG W ones?
all filters depends on how much liquid you filter through (and quality of the liquid), the time period is just a guideline. if you do 100litres a day, you need to change it more frequently as compared to someone doing 5 litres a day.
its the same for oil filters too.
lasted 3 months before needing to be replaced
lasted 3 months before needing to be replaced
The filter is only for taste. You should change it when it stops improving the quality of the tap water.
Our undersink filter is a couple of years old and works well. It depends where you live though.
Try a double-blind test with the Mrs :-)
Just bought a 4-pack of these from KMart this morning for $39.
Wanted to return them and get the Amazon pack instead, but on checking out (for delivery to Brisbane): "We're sorry. This item can't be shipped to your selected destination."
Did anyone else do something different?
You need to buy from Amazon internally…currently being sold by Amazon partner who does not ship here. The seller usually changes after a sale like this as Amazon have run out of stock
People, its back in stock. Just bought 24 for $102 deliverred.
Thanks. Bought a 12-pack.
Bought 2 packs, 67 pounds not sure how much in Aussie dollars thought but hope my credit card gives me a reasonable exchange rate.
Thank u, just ordered 2 packs for $102.92 according to google currency converter
Just got one pack delivered to Melbourne, around $60 delivered, thanks op
postage too expensive
Items: GBP 21.66
Postage & Packing: GBP 17.38
Still cheaper than buying locally?
Yeah but it is offeset by the cheap cartridges.
Thanks. Bought it :)