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Keep tap water healthier and tasting better longer with Brita Longlast Pitcher Replacement Filters. Made with pleated filter technology for 3X longer life compared to 40 gallon filters. Longlast replacement filters reduce lead, asbestos, and cadmium impurities that can adversely affect your health over time (substances reduced may not be in all users' water). Change the Longlast filters every 120 gallons, about every 6 months for the average family, for best performance. The pull top cap on these filters makes insertion and removal easy. With activated carbon to reduce chlorine taste and odor, these filters deliver great-tasting water and maintain a healthy level of fluoride, an additive in water (applies to fluoridated municipal tap water). The fibrous matrix in the filter holds active ingredients in place so no black flecks appear in your water. One LongLast Filter can replace 900 standard 16.9 ounce water bottles.
Get cleaner, great-tasting, water vs. tap water without the waste with Brita Longlast water filter replacements
Get great-tasting water without the waste. By switching to Brita, you can save money and replace 1800 single-use 16.9 ounce plastic water bottles** per year
Reduce 99% lead, Chlorine (taste & odor), Cadmium, Mercury, Benzene, Asbestos, and more. Longlast filters out 2x the contaminants of current Brita filters and 2x the contaminants of Zerowater
Brita’s longest-lasting filter, based on certifications, Longlast lasts 3x longer than Pur and 6x longer than Zerowater. Only replace this water filter 2x a year, based on 120 gallon filter and average water consumption habits
Compatible with all Brita pitchers and dispensers except Stream. Brita water filters are simple to replace with a pull top cap for easy removal
Instructions: Change your filter with just a few simple steps. Wash your hands before unwrapping the filter. Insert filter into reservoir. Add cold tap water. Discard your first 3 pitchers of filter water, or use this water for plants. Fill up your pitcher and enjoy great-tasting water. Replace the water filter every 120 gallons (about 6 months for the average household). Substances reduced may not be in all users' water.