Brita has added the Brita Water Cooler to its popular family of pitcher and faucet mount products.
Brita's new water cooler filtration system is good for families who drink a lot of water or people who want the convenience of having filtered hot and cold water at their fingertips. Ideal for home or office, the Brita Water Cooler provides great-tasting water at less than half the cost of bottled water.
"The coolers are an exciting addition to our family of products," says Kara Lemke from Brita. "For the first time, people can have hot filtered Brita water in addition to cold filtered water. It is the ideal solution for those seeking a simple, economical way to keep large quantities of filtered water readily available."
Simply fill the 3-gallon capacity water bottle at your faucet and place on the cooler base. The base holds two Brita filters, which together filter 80 gallons of healthier, great-tasting water (approximately 4 months for the average family) for less than half the cost of bottled or home delivered water.
Brita Water Coolers are certified by NSF International, the nation's leading independent test lab for the certification of water filtration products to remove 98% of lead and reduce sediment and chlorine taste that may be found in tap water. In addition, all Brita systems have been tested and verified to remove only a trace amount of fluoride over the life of a filter. This is important because many brands of bottled waters do not contain the level of fluoride recommended by dentists.
Each model includes specific features designed to meet individual usage needs. Select the style with an electronic touch pad that allows you to control the temperature of hot and cold taps, and also includes a hot water tap safety feature for $229.99. Or choose a version with the preset hot and cold water combination, ideal for cold beverages and for tea and soup for $169.99. A third version, with a cold and room temperature water combination, is perfect for making cold beverages and cooking for $149.00.
Brita Water Coolers will be available this Fall at mass merchandisers such as Target and warehouse clubs such as BJs. The suggested retail price of replacement filters is $7.99 for a 1-pack and $19.99 for a 3-pack.
Brita makes point-of-use water filtration products to improve the quality and taste of tap water.