A Look at the Brita Bella Water Pitchers: Brita Water Pitcher Filters


There is no shortage of water pitcher filters to choose with Brita. After all, you probably have at least considered buying a Brita water pitcher in the past. Out of the many great water pitchers to choose from, the Brita Bella Water Pitcher Filter is unique in that its space-saving design will take up considerably less space than some of its competitors. While that is a popular feature all by itself, there’s one more feature that you many find very useful.

This Brita water pitcher comes with a built in filter change indicator to alert you when to replace your filter. Keeping track of how often and when you should change your filter can be more work than it needs to be. The filter life for the Bella is 40 gallons (about 2 months) but it could last shorter or longer (depending on varying issues, such as water quality). That’s where the convenience of this filter indicator really shines. Once it is ready to be replaced, you’ll be alerted and can then place your order for the replacement. In addition to reducing odor, bad taste, and more, the soft grip handle tops it all off by making for a comfortable grip.

FiltersFast.com makes it easy for you to own this Brita water pitcher by offering the most competitive price on the internet. Place your order and have it delivered straight to your door and use our Auto Delivery program to have its replacement filter sent directly to your home at an additional 5% off.

If you’re looking for filtered water on hand at all times, but don’t want the hassle of having to remember when to change your filter, then the Brita Bella Water Pitcher Filter is for you.

Christmas Buyer’s Guide – Silent Night Edition

We’re in the midst of the holidays and it’s never too late to buy gifts, which is we’re highlighting a few of our products that celebrate the theme of “Silent Night.” Whether you’re in need of clean, portable water or warm indoor air, Filters Fast has you covered:

Brita 35659 Marina Water Filtration Pitcher

Brita 35659 Marina Water Filtration Pitcher-Black

The black Brita Marina Water Filtration Pitcher arrives in a sleek black design. Simply fill this pitcher with tap water from the sink and contaminants like chlorine, mercury, and copper will be reduced to improve taste. The Brita water filtration pitcher features an eight cup capacity and comfort grip handle for your convenience, and is a vital addition to any home.

Klean Kanteen 40 oz Bottle & Loop Cap

Klean Kanteen 40 oz Bottle & Loop Cap – Black

This Klean Kanteen 40 oz Bottle & Loop Cap in Black is made from BPA free, food-grade stainless steel, making it an eco-friendly alternative to bottled water. Sitting atop the Klean Kanteen stainless steel water bottle is the Klean Kanteen Loop Cap, which allows you to clip the water bottle to backpacks, belts, and camping equipment using the Klean Kanteen S-Biner Carabiner.

Crane EE-6353 Oscillating Tower Space Heater

Crane EE-6353 Oscillating Tower Space Heater

The Crane EE-6353 Oscillating Tower Space Heater is an oscillating ceramic space heater that offers you an abundance of warmth over the winter months. This Crane oscillating tower heater has 2 heat settings for maximum comfort and convenience. This Crane ceramic heater comes equipped with over heat protection and a tip over switch, and features a sleek, elegant design perfect for any household.

Katadyn Mini Ultralight Series Microfilter - Black

Katadyn Mini Ultralight Series Microfilter – Black

The Katadyn Mini Ultralight Series Microfilter is personal pump water filter which is one of the lightest and most compact water filter units available on the entire market. It is ideal for hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, bicycling, travel, business trips, and other uses. This microfilter system removes or reduces bacteria, protozoa, cysts, algae, spores, sediment, dirt, micro-organisms, viruses, and other particles down to the 0.2 micron level. It also reduces radioactive particles.

Brita, Bottled, or ‘Blessed’

South Korean professor Kim is charged with fraud after inventing a device that he claimed could turn regular tap water into blessed “holy water,” which replicates the healing powers of the holy water located at the Catholic Virgin Mary shrine at Lourdes, in France. Kim’s scientific method involves turning the medical properties of the real holy water into digital signals and transferring these signals onto any tap water via his device which features ceramic and paper filters and plastic cords.

Kim sold around 5,000 of these devices to people in Seoul, Korea with various ailments, and made about $1.3 million before his victims went to the police and turned him in for fraud. (That’s $260 per machine.)

I don’t know what’s worse: Professor Kim’s fake device, or using bottled water for Baptism.

Alternatively, if you want clean tap water, you could always invest in a Brita water  filter. It won’t bring healing powers to your water, but it will filter out the stuff that may have caused some of the ailments suffered by Kim’s victims. After this experience, however, Seoul residents will probably be reluctant to purchase anything that claims to purify tap water for a long time.