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Brita Large 10 Cup Grand Water Pitcher with Filter – BPA Free – Green

Brita Large 10 Cup Grand Water Pitcher with Filter – BPA Free – Green

$34.94

(11 customer reviews)
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  • Made without BPA, the Grand water pitcher with filter holds 10 cups of water, enough to fill 3 24-ounce reusable water bottles; Packaging may vary
  • Get great-tasting water without the waste; by switching to Brita, you can save money and replace 1,800 single-use plastic water bottles* a year
  • This space efficient Brita pitcher fits perfectly on refrigerator shelves, features an easy-fill locking lid and is easy to pour; Height 10.16″; Width 5.77″; Length/Depth 11″; Weight 2.48 pounds
  • Brita is the #1 water filter** reducing chlorine (taste & odor), Mercury, Copper, Zinc and Cadmium; always get cleaner***, filtered water with an electronic indicator that makes filter reminders effortless
  • Compatible with Longlast and Standard water filters; for the freshest tasting water, replace your Longlast filter after 120 gallons or approximately every 6 months or Standard filter after 40 gallons or approximately every 2 months; *16.9 oz water;**Based on IRI data;***vs. tap

Specification: Brita Large 10 Cup Grand Water Pitcher with Filter – BPA Free – Green

Product Dimensions

11.94 x 7.38 x 17.56 inches

Item Weight

2.88 pounds

Manufacturer

Brita

Domestic Shipping

Item can be shipped within U.S.

International Shipping

This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More

Country of Origin

USA

Item model number

59404

Batteries

1 Lithium Metal batteries required.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

September 20, 2013

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11 reviews for Brita Large 10 Cup Grand Water Pitcher with Filter – BPA Free – Green

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  1. Barkley777

    While I was with my platoon fighting out in the jungles of Iraq, we came upon a fetid swamp. We were all dehydrated and out of water and were awaiting our fate. Luckily we were able to order this item and get quick Amazon delivery, and were able to use the fantastic filtering power to make us some clean water. It saved the day and won us the war! What a fantastic product – thanks Brita!!!

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  2. Edward Eager

    Wanna put more plastic into the waste stream, super fast? Buy this cheap piece of super-thin, easily breakable garbage! Unless you have no kids, no husbands, no bumping accidents ever, this is not the pitcher for you. I had one of these years ago and the plastic was thicker and sustained several drops from the counter over a couple years’ time. Whether the company has decided to cheap out and make the plastic thinner and/or brittle and more likely to break/crack in that time, I don’t know, but I had this pitcher less than a month before the top fell off the counter while I was washing the base and just cracked from top to bottom of the top portion. And I have marmoleum now, which is kinder to glass and plastic drops than the ceramic tile I had then. I now use the bottom portion to water my potted plants. Lord knows what I’ll do with all the expensive filters I bought.

    I recommend a metal water filter (something like a Berkey, if you are curious about what I mean) when, inevitably, your cheap, brittle Brita breaks. Metal ones are lots more expensive, but you’ll only have to buy one. Nice because you can fill refillable bottles and not buy all those plastic individual bottles. You may get the purchase price back in a year, depending on how much water you buy. No, I don’t have any stock in any water filters. I’m just irritated.

    On another note, and separate from my dissatisfaction and anger with the Brita company: If you live in the PNW and you have any concerns about The Big One, the earthquake that might soon, essentially, separate everyone west of I-5 from the rest of the country and from utilities, like tap water, for a month or two, a more effective, larger water filter for stream and rainwater might be a good idea anyway. Not a prepper! Just someone who read The New Yorker article a few years ago and went through just 10 days of deep snow that brought us no power and no cable and no wifi. No fun.

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  3. JV

    I tried to find a way to communicate to you about my problem, before writing this review, but there doesn’t seem to be a way to reach you directly.

    I ordered the 10 cup pitcher on April 11, ‘18.
    I didn’t take it out of the box until just recently. I cleaned the pitcher & then put it together, to use. The plastic “clips” that hold the flip-up top, over the fill port, doesn’t fit properly, & the top is loose & keeps popping off. There is also a leak which appears to be coming from somewhere on the handle in the way it’s attached to the body of the pitcher.

    It needs to be replaced, but since I can’t find another way to communicate, I’m writing this review. Maybe you’ll see it & fix this ? In the meantime, I need another pitcher, so I’m taking a chance that you’ll see this, or at least that the next one will be made properly. This has been a bit Irritating & disappointing.
    JV

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  4. arizonahd

    Not too shabby. I replaced our existing Brita with this one because the previous one didn’t have a large enough water reservoir (on the top), so it would take several fill ups to get it to capacity. This one is much better, and I only have to fill it once to fill my Keurig coffee machine. The only complaint I have is I wish the spout wasn’t square as it sometimes spreads water everywhere. The solution is to hold it at an angle lol. Just a minor tweak, something only someone living in a 1st world country would notice.

    Also, I had to work it a bit to get the lid to click together. I thought it was impossible at first, but I did manage to get it to connect so it was one piece and not flopping around.

    With the power invested in me, I declare the removal of a single star for the design defects noted above.

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  5. Sarina

    I bought the exact same Pitcher with the white cover, installed brand new Brita filter into it, then slowly filled it with cold tap water little by little. Stored it into the fridge for a few hours, then had a couple drinks of water. it was clean and great tasting.

    Next day I felt VERY sick with the flu and sore throat. Almost thought it had something to do with the “The flu everyone was talking about on the news”, but I googled more info about this Brita Pitcher and found out EVERYONES been getting sick from it too!

    Looked up the Official Brita YouTube channel to leave feedback only to find out they disabled comments and hid the likes/dislikes on their page. I don’t recommend this brand to anyone at all!

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  6. Alvaro A.

    Es una jarra muy delicada se raya con facilidad se debe tener sin cosas que estén alrededor que la puedan rayar como los bordes de las ollas, yo creo que sí se cae 30 centímetros ya no se rompe totalmente. Es necesario quitar la tapa completamente porque al ser desprendible cuando se intenta llenar se puede caer y uno no puede maniobrar, está bien diseñada no le falta nada pero hacer tantas partes móviles una que otra vez se sale, filtra bien el problema es que no filtra nada de virus o bacterias. Preferir regresarla porque a pesar de ser la mediana estaba un poco en la encimera, tarda un poco en la velocidad que sale el agua pero pues con unos pocos momentos todo bien. eso sí Hay que estar comprando el filtro cada rato entonces yo la compré con la intención de tener el agua de garrafón bien tapada por alguna basura que le cayera pero yo creo que volveré a la jarra tradicional Porque al fin de cuentas sigo tomando agua de garrafón y no de la llave. El precio si está elevado y eso sin tomar en cuenta los costosos filtros que no filtran lo necesario.

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  7. Cat Storm

    I switched from a top-loading water cooler to this Brita jug. The water tastes much more sharp than I’m used to, and I’m not the biggest fan, but it’s mostly just getting used to it. It definitely tastes a little better than my tap water.

    It’s easy to maintain and clean, though I think the filter change indicator is kind of useless – I’ve had the one filter in there for a couple of weeks and sometimes the light flashes to yellow saying to change it soon, and sometimes it’s green saying it’s good. I just keep track of the days instead.

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  8. Gina JC

    I removes 1 star from rating because I find the spout part, where water pours from the Brita has a protective cover which sometimes interferes with the flow so when pouring in a water bottle, you need to be careful not to spill water outside the neck of the water bottle. Fine for pouring into a glass, but anything with small spout opening like reusable metal water bottles which we refill all day long, can be trickier and require you to lift the pouring cover on the Brita, or simply pour slowly.

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  9. NIS

    I have had many Brita’s but this one is awful. It was cheaper than the other Brita’s and since this was just going stay in the fridge, it was fine – plus I love the red. The little lid that flips open to fill is always falling off — it’s missing the little ridge that you would gently snap it into place. Also, when you fill it, I always fill right to the absolute top… this one starts to leak before you even reach the top. I have to put it in the sink to fill it or the counter will be soaked. And when you pour, the water just gushes out… you really have to pour gently. There is also a sticky glue like stuff from the top of the spot to the bottom of the canister – like it was fixed post production. I would have sent this back right away had I known all of this in time — but I had no immediate need for it when it arrived, so it sat in the box used for quite a long time. This is knock against all of Brita, please don’t assume that – I love their products… just not this particular one.

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  10. Coryelle

    Flip top keeps flopping off, bad design I would recommend the “Brita Extra Large 18 Cup Filtered Water Dispenser” instead holds way more and is much more functional than this one.

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  11. AlaskaBorealis

    I bought this as a replacement for another Brita pitcher that lasted 6 years. It was a month or so after I bought it that I started using it. Less than 5 months later, it is leaking around the filter. We have chlorinated water that we use this to get rid of the taste for, but you can still taste it in the ‘filtered’ water. We replaced the cartridges several times thinking maybe we got a bad pack, but noticed with the last two filters that water is running down the side of the filter rather than dripping through it.

    So now we’ve thrown out 3 likely good (and brand new) filters because of this terrible pitcher. I would give it 0 stars if possible.

    *edit: This pitcher is hand washed only, with mild soap and dried every 1-2 weeks. I don’t shove the filter down or flex the plastic at all.

    Update: We received a new pitcher from Brita. Their customer Service is awesome. However, the problem still exists that the water drains around the filter and not through it. The filters in this pitcher do not socket into place like they used to in the old pitchers, they just sit in loosely and leak.

    **This pitcher just does not work.**

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