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Extra Large 18 Cup UltraMax Dispenser with Filters

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BVR Rating 4,666 reviews
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Reason to Buy

  • Made of BPA-free material that makes it safe to use
  • Large capacity tank that can hold up to 18 cups of water
  • Equipped with standard filter that reduces chlorine taste and odor from the water

Minor Drawbacks

  • Indicator may not work properly

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Analysis of 4k+ reviews for Extra Large 18 Cup UltraMax Dispenser with Filters


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We analyzed a total of 4,666 reviews for this product out of which, 0 reviews were received in the last 6 months.


The analysis indicates that around 76% reviews were positive while around 19% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Extra Large 18 Cup UltraMax Dispenser with Filters


This product received a total score of 9.35 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 10 features:

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  • Easy to assemble
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  • What users have to say about Extra Large 18 Cup UltraMax Dispenser with Filters

    The spout creates a perfectly circular small stream of water and it is easy to fill narrow necked bottles, the top storage lid is easy to open and the spout can be used if it reaches to fill.

    I really like the flavour of the cup, it helps with my water intake, as our local water really doesnt taste great from the tap.

    I have been using a water filter dispenser system for a long time, and I knew it was time to replace it.

    This is a great extra-large Brita filter for daily kitchen uses, and it works great, but it doesn't get the same quality as a 5-gallon filter, but it helps, by 30 PPMs or so from my regular tap water.

    The Brita guidelines state that each standard filter needs to be replaced every two months, and the filter replacement tracker sticker helps keep track of this.



    It seems as though the black is shorter and wider than the gray one, but gets mixed information. Can someone tell?


    I just received my black dispenser and it is just as tall as the grey one, not shorter, unfortunately.


    Is this dispenser compatible with the blue longlast filters or just the standard white ones?


    When using the Brita UltraMax, it is recommended to align the longest indentation in the side of the filter with the grooves in the hole of the reservoir.


    How many times a week does it need cleaning?


    I was not able to take mine apart for cleaning. I used hot soapy water to rinse it out, then filled it again with bleach water and rinsed it several times.


    I have a Brita filter that keeps smelling bad even after it's been cleaned.


    If you don't want to use chemicals, you could try soaking the unit in a mix of water and vinegar. Then instead of dumping the water out, try setting it on the counter and letting the water freely flow from the opening until the smell goes away.


    I don't know what I can do to get the liner out to clean it.


    This has only been an issue for me when it was put together wrong, normally everything slips together easily, nothing has to be forced.

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