- Brita's Premium 36-ounce Filtering water bottle is our largest Brita bottle yet; it holds 36oz of water and is designed with a Brita filter that fits in the straw and makes water taste great
- 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 36oz Brita water bottle is car cup holder friendly, and features a built-in carrying loop, easy-open lid, and is top-rack dishwasher safe for easy cleaning; Height 10.6"; Diameter 3.8"; Weight 1 pound
- The filter reduces chlorine (taste and odor) and more with every sip; compatible with Brita water bottle replacement filters
- For the freshest-tasting water, the Brita water bottle filter should be replaced after 40 gallons or approximately every two months
This is exactly what is described. It is not a water pitcher. It has a straw so you do have to suck on it. You will get a little air with the first couple of drinks after it is filled or sets with the water level lower that the filter. Just put the tip of you tongue at the opening as you suck and break up the air bubbles or swish the water in your mouth for a second. It does not happen if you are drinking often. For the person who complained that water poured from the straw at a water fountain, just tap the straw on the inside of the opening as you pull it out to break the suction and the straw will empty into the bottle. ALL COMMON SENSE!Great water bottle. I prefer that the water is filtered as I drink and not sitting after being filtered as in most filtering pitchers.
i can not rave about this product more. I hated the way the water tasted from the water fountain at work so i bought this water bottle to hopefully make it taste better. And is DEFINITELY did, it is absolutely amazing. filters the water great and its very sturdy and super cute! Most definitely would buy again and again!
I love this water bottle. I've been really tired ofbuying and recycling those plastic water bottles like Nestle Purelife, Dasani, etc. With this filtered water bottle I no longer buy them. We have filtered water through our fridge too. Yes, you will have to buy filters but one filter last two months. I was buying one pack of 32 water bottles ($3.98 each) every week. That's at least 128 plastic bottles and $15.92 + tax every month. Here on , in the Brita store they have a 6 pack of filters for $16. That's approximately $2.66 per filter. So that's $2.66 for two months. I definitely call that a steal! And just another related thought, while you could just buy a reusable water bottle and use filtered water from the fridge, what are you going to do if you leave the house and run out of water? At least you'll be able to use this bottle wherever you go and have good water.
This Brita bottle gets a ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ star rating from me.The reason I purchased the bottle in the first place was because of the COVID-19 threat we are all facing. I wanted something that was a trusted brand name, would filter water using charcoal, and have an easy open/close cap. This bottle cap has a thumb press indentation which enables me to easily press it to snap open. Once opened there is a very pliable wide mouthed straw from which to drink with. I could immediately tell the difference in the taste of the water from my faucet versus the water in the bottle being filtered for me. I will be buying two more in different colors for my sisters and have them shipped to their homes. Consider this Brita bottle as one of your safety protocols to use along with your gloves and mask should you have to go out for an essential reason.
I purchased two for my husband and I and we both love them! They are easy to pop the filter into and all pieces are dishwasher safe (make sure to remove the filter for washing)We both love the handle on top which makes it easy to carry around and plan to take these on a carnival cruise we have booked this summer. The bottles also fit nicely in our cup holders in the car. I highly recommend anyone purchasing these and they also help the environment tremendously but reducing waste on bottled water.