C-
Grade C-
Cost Performance
Gallon
19¢
Certified
NSF 42/53
Replacement
$18.99
Capacity
100 gal
System
$29.99
Contaminants
54

Full system NSF Certified to Standards 42 and 53. Certified to reduce 97% of chlorine and over 50 other contaminants. Short filter life lasts 100 gallons. Frequent filter changes drive up ongoing cost. Bulky on faucet design takes up sink space.

Overview

The convenient Brita on-tap faucet filtration system not only saves space, but also uses a long-lasting filter—providing great-tasting, cleaner water straight from your tap. Available in chrome or white finishes, the system attaches easily to your faucet in minutes without any tools necessary. Brita’s faucet filter reduces chlorine, lead and other impurities from your kitchen spout.
BRITA ON-TAP FILTER SYSTEM *Faucet mount *No tools required *Electronic filter replacement indicator *Features spray and stream *Replacement filter Ace No. 4126678 *White *Boxed *Provides about 400 gallons of filtered water per year; saving approximately 3200 16oz. plastic bottles from ending up in landfills *Filtered water is about 1/10 the cost of bottled water; saving consumers approximately $600 per year

  • Filter life: Up to 100 gallons

  • Electronic LED filter replacement indicator flashes red when the filter should be replaced

  • Eliminates 98.7% of the Lead and reduces sediment

  • Convenient spray option

  • Attaches easily to faucet without tools

Details

Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 2.5 x 9.8 inches
Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
ASIN: B00006IV0P
Item model number: 42201

Reviews

Customer Rating: 2.6 out of 5

Number of Reviews: 217

“I'll never buy another Brita product again and thanks for wasting my time and money. ”
Steven J. Suh | 60 reviewers made a similar statement

“The threads on the filter where it attaches to the plastic faucet adapter that Brita also provides will not tighten properly. ”
Michael Hawk | 67 reviewers made a similar statement

“The first time I used it, I turned the water on and the unit blasts off my faucet and falls into the sink, spraying water everywhere. ”
The Dude | 47 reviewers made a similar statement

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