Offer your friends and family cleaner, great-tasting water with the Brita Chrome Water Filter Pitcher. This BPA-free pitcher comes with a filter to reduce unwanted tastes and odors from chlorine commonly found in tap water. The pitcher's slim oval shape helps it fit inside refrigerators, while its attractive chrome coloring blends well on kitchen countertops. With an electronic filter indicator, this pitcher ensures your water is always at its freshest. A flip-top lid makes refills easy.
Keeping track of when to change your filter ensures that you always get the cleanest, freshest water possible. Brita makes it easier than ever with a three-light system: a blinking green light tells you the filter is fresh, a blinking yellow light alerts you that the filter should be changed soon, and a blinking red light comes on after two months* or 640 pours** to signal you should replace your filter.
This mid-size pitcher holds eight 8-ounce cups, making it perfect for any household. Its oval shape fits easily in most refrigerator doors and its chrome look makes it as elegant in your kitchen as it is on your dining room table. A flip-top lid makes refills a snap.
The Brita Chrome comes with an activated carbon and ion-exchange resin water filter that reduces chlorine taste and odor, zinc, copper, mercury, and cadmium often found in tap water. This Brita water filter can replace up to 300 standard 16.9-ounce water bottles, reducing your spending.
This water pitcher is BPA free. Each filter is also recyclable+, helping reduce waste for a better planet, too. *Filter should be replaced after 40 gallons/151 liters (about two months for the average family). **Based on 8-ounce pours; indicator logic does not account for product misuse. ***Certified to reduce copper and mercury. Contaminants reduced may not be in all users' water. +Brita Pitcher Filter's plastic housing is recycled by Preserve. Internal ingredients of those filters will be converted into energy.
Your water filter pitcher can be ready for use in just a few steps. Wash your hands before touching the water filter, then soak it upright for 15 minutes in cold water. Rinse under running tap water and insert the filter into the reservoir, lining up the groove in the filter with the notch in the reservoir. Add cold tap water. The first three pitchers of filtered water may contain carbon dust and can be used on plants or discarded. The filter indicator reminds you to replace the water filter every 40 gallons or two months. *