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Brita Everyday 10 cup water filter pitcher review

Brita 10 Cup Water Pitcher Review

Brita is a German brand that is famous for its water filtration machines. This water filter pitcher is no exception, and it is an ideal choice for family or office. It is very well designed for ease of handling and pouring. It is equally easy to refill and clean this pitcher.

This Brita every day water filter pitcher has 10 cups capacity. This is pretty huge and quickly provides a low-cost substitute for the purchase of bottled water. In fact, the Brita folks claim that a Brita water filter can replace 300 bottles of 16.9-ounce capacity. Thus it not only becomes economical but also eco-friendly- helps avoid plastic trash.


The Brita water pitcher is entirely free from BPA. It has a filter that can easily block the undesired smells and taste elements that spoil the taste of the water. Mostly this is due to the chlorine in the water.

The design team of Brita has done some good work. The shape and size of the pitcher do not only save space but is also good to look at. It has a removable lid, and it is very easy to use. Just open the lid, place it under water and fill it up.


The Brita filter is made of Ion-exchange resin and activated carbon. Thus it can block adverse chemicals like cadmium, mercury, zinc, copper, etc. and even unwanted flavors present in unpurified water. The activated carbon made from coconut shells can remove organic pollutants from water along the taste and odor of chlorine.

The ion-exchange resins have a large surface area and can remove metals and heavy metals present in drinking water samples. As per Brita professionals, the filter should be changed every two months or after 40 gallons usage. The Brita has 10 cup capacity- so it is better to change the filter after 64 cups. There is an electronic filter indicator that will indicate you when to change the filters.

The best part is that it takes just about 30 seconds for the water to soak through the filter and reach the bottom of the pitcher. A real make or break deal for you if you are an impatient soul.

Also check our water filter pitcher comparison of Brita with Pur, Zero Water and Mavea Pitchers.

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