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Brita Water Filters

Old Dec 7th 2008, 1:12 am
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Default Re: Brita Water Filters

Originally Posted by SueG
Carrefour at Torrevieja will sell them for sure and that's not too far from Almoradi.
Thanks Sue.

Originally Posted by big wheels
I wouldn't waste your money. I know three people who have them and to be honest a cup of tea / coffee at their houses tastes awful.
I'm so used to Brita even here in Canada where our water is soft & no scales in the kettle. The filter removes a lot of impurities.
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