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Brita Navelia

Brita Navelia

4.6 from 5 reviews

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Clean, odorless Water

Used to have troubles drinking straight from the tap because the water had a weird smell. The problem went away after using this filter. Filtered water was noticeably cleaner and easier to drink

Purchased in January 2019 for $30.00.

Excellent water filter - so easy to set up and use

This water filter is so easy to set up and use.
Manage to purchase the replacement filter on the cheap as well - equals to $5.80 per filter.
The filter element can easily last 1 - 2 months. So it's cheap to use.
Filters out chlorine from your water improving the taste.

Date PurchasedJan 2018

Top quality

I got two of these so we can use them as our main jug in the house. The filtering system really works great and the compartments of the jug are sealed well to separate the filtered from the unfiltered water. The filter cartridges, however, are a bit expensive so I try to purchase them in bulk as much as possible during sales.

Date PurchasedOct 2017

Good quality product

This Brita filter jug is a recommended purchase.
Easy to set up and use. Water tastes better after being filtered. I think the filter cartridges can be used a bit longer than recommended.
Replacement cartridges are a bit expensive, so keep an eye out for when they are on sale.

Date PurchasedAug 2017

Works really well, cold filtered water is heavenly

The manual and packaging are very light on details (and on english too, for that matter) but it does contain the bare minimum you need to know to prep/prime the filter.

Filtering speed is quite slow, to fill it up you'll need to fill the funnel (top section before the filter) about 3 times, waiting a minute or so between each fill.

The lid manages to fit over the funnel tight enough to stop unfiltered water from spilling out of the funnel when pouring or tilting to fit into the fridge door (where it takes up quite a bit of space.) The handle is comfortable to hold when full of water, and the water flows out very nicely when pouring.

Filling is a bit fiddly as the lid has to be taken off; I find this is most easily done by first pushing the funnel up a bit (using the notch above the handle) and then taking the lid off sideways. There are other models which are easier to fill, but really this is not much of an effort.

The actual quality of the filtered water is amazing, it feels so much smoother to drink than water straight from the tap.

Questions & Answers

Is this jug plastic or glass?
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What filter cartridge does the Brita navels use?
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It uses the maxtra+ filters.Cheers Ben. Is there really a difference in size from the maxtra to the maxtra+ or is it just the change over period that changes. And does anyone know if there's an aftermarket maxtra+ compatible filter cartridge?

I have just purchased a Brita Navelia Water filtre, there is nothing on the box in english which I find hard to believe, just a few words every now and then which tells you nothing, I want to know, how long does the filtre last, what is the little gadjet on the handle that lights up when you touch it, and how often you should change the filtres? all very important features of the product, why is it not written in english, and you sell it at a coles, please let me know how to use this product
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The filter should last u 2 months max! The gadget is on the top lid and is an indicator for your cartridge, as regards how much is left. Fit the filter in the enclosed compartment push it down until it clicks. And pull it out with the help of the ring on top of the cartridge. Hope this helps Surabhi

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