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Brita Everyday Pitcher with 1 Longlast Filter

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BVR Rating 4,049 reviews
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Reason to Buy

  • Made of BPA-free plastic material that offers safe and healthy water
  • Features an easy-filling lid that makes it convenient to refill and use
  • Large capacity water pitcher that can hold up to 10 cups of water

Minor Drawbacks

  • Difficult to clean

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We analyzed a total of 4,049 reviews for this product out of which, 0 reviews were received in the last 6 months.


The analysis indicates that around 67% reviews were positive while around 28% of reviews had negative sentiment.

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This product received a total score of 8.83 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 10 features:

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  • What users have to say about Brita Everyday Pitcher with 1 Longlast Filter

    It can pour out of the top as you are pouring, so you don't have to worry about the water in the top compartment getting through the filter.

    It was the same size as our old one, but it was much bigger and we don't have to refill it as often.

    The taste of Mountain Dew is so much better because of the Brita filter and the fact that it allows the healthy, life-giving Mountain Dew particles to filter into my mouth.

    The pitcher well does not seem to lock on to the filter, unlike the previous model, which almost always comes out when the water level reaches bottom. When I empty the pitcher, as water level reaches bottom, the filter almost always comes out (it has always come out once the pitcher leans

    The wife is happy because I dislike bottled water, and I bought this because we can fill our bottles with it and travel with it.



    Has anyone tried to remove the vodka from it?


    Mythbusters set up an experiment so that the vodka tester would get 8 shots of vodka, debunking the myth that you can turn low-end vodka into top-shelf vodka with six filters.


    I don't know if there is a way to get the white part out.


    If you can't remove the reservoir by pulling it out of the pitcher, we recommend filling it with soap and water and putting it around the edges.


    Is the spout designed to prevent water from dripping or splashing all over the place?


    I don't have a problem with pouring water into glasses or bowls with the Brita, but there is one thing you need to be aware of.


    Which place is it made at?


    That's a great question, we're happy to help, please give us a call at 1-800- 24-2672, between 9am-5:30pm EST, if you have any further questions.


    How long do the filters last?


    It depends on use, but keep the top holding tank full to keep the filter from drying out.

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