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Have you found that your tap water tastes slightly metallic, or looks cloudy?
Amazon is selling a BRITA Marella Water Filter to ensure every sip you take is as pure as possible, as it reduces the amount of limescale and chlorine in your drink.
The BRITA works by using micro carbon pearls to remove the impurities in your tap water, which makes for a better, and cleaner, taste.
The Brit Maxtra cartridges, which also come with the purchase, permanently absorb the unwanted metals in your water, which helps to prevent the limescale build up and make for a pleasant taste.
Buy it: BRITA Marella Water Filter Starter Pack with 3 BRITA MAXTRA+ Cartridges | £20.66 (Was £29.99) from Amazon
The water jug can fit a total of 2.4 litres of water, so customers can exceed their recommended daily intake of water.
The design features a long handle, a flip lid, and a detachable filter, which neatly sits inside the jug and can be easily replaced.
Plus, The water jug is slim and compact enough to fit into the fridge door, and has a memo cartridge indicator to remind you when to top up.
The homeware essential comes in three colourways, a plain white, blue and black, although each shade varies in price, although all three are currently on sale.
The white Brita filter retails for £20.66, the blue design costs £26.54, while the black creation is the cheaper of all three at £20.29, but all designs have been reduced from £29.99.
Customers can’t get enough of the appliance, with some branding it a “life-changing product.”
One review read: “I can honestly say it's changed my life!
“It is really simple to use and it actually works! I find the water perfectly 'drinkable' - especially if it's been left in the fridge too (and it fits easily in the door of my fridge). Highly recommended.”
A second happy shopper shared: “The use of this jug completely changed our habits at home. Water tastes differently, it's lighter and doesn't smell as the tap one (you only realise the difference after the switch).”