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MAVEA 1001125 Elemaris XL 9-Cup Water Filtration Pitcher, Black


MAVEA 1001125 Elemaris XL 9-Cup Water Filtration Pitcher, Black


MAVEA is the new generation premium water filtration system made in Germany%2E It integrates the highest quality materials with intelligent design and a revolutionary recycling program that helps sustain healthy lives and a healthy planet%2E The distinctive European styling makes a statement on your kitchen counter or on your dining room table%2E The design strikes the perfect balance between form and function while easily and conveniently delivering clearer%2C cleaner%2C great%2Dtasting water%2E The MAVEA Elemaris XL water filtration pitcher has a large nine glass water capacity%2E Our radically new shaped filter delivers consistent flow and filtration over the life of the filter%2E No pre%2Dsoaking is required to activate the filters%2E The filter media is treated with silver to inhibit the growth of bacteria%2E Micro%2Dscreen in the filter reduces black particle release into the pitcher%2E The Elemaris XL pitcher is certified by WQA to NSF%2FANSI Standards 42 and 53 to significantly reduce chlorine taste and odor along with other unwanted elements%2E The unique pour through lid makes it easy to fill the pitcher%3B simply turn on the tap and hold the pitcher under it%2E The water flow opens the lid and it closes automatically when the reservoir is full%2E The MAVEA Smart Meter measures water hardness%2C water volume and length of time the filter is in use%2E The Meter takes the guess work out of knowing when to replace your filter%2E The rubberized feet and handle are molded into the system to provide an elegant and functional touch%2E The soft handle is comfortable to hold while the feet prevent scratching or sweating on furniture or countertops%2E MAVEA is the only water filter company offering a comprehensive filter recycling program%2E

  • MAVEA: A More Advanced Water Filter
  • Easier and more convenient to use features
  • Available in an array of sizes and colors to fit every lifestyle.
  • Utilizes advanced MAVEA Maxtra filtration
  • BPA Free

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  1. 515 of 532 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good, but…, December 25, 2010
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    This review is from: MAVEA 1001125 Elemaris XL 9-Cup Water Filtration Pitcher, Black (Kitchen)
    There are many things to like about this pitcher, like being BPA free, easy to fill, easy to pour, and holding a lot of water. I did a LOT of research before buying a water filter and was not going to buy another Brita (charcoal every time in the water and it is not BPA free). There has been no charcoal in my water with this pitcher and I like almost everything about it. The reason why I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars is because Mavea wants you to think that you have to replace the filter every 2 months – NOT TRUE! After I first bought the pitcher I replaced the filter every 2 months and was wondering how on earth a single person could drink as much water as a family to have to replace the filter every 2 months, but that is what the monitor said on my pitcher so I stupidly believed it. Then I had foot surgery right after I replaced the filter and ended up not using the pitcher at all for almost 3 months. When I finally could walk again and began using the pitcher, it said I needed to replace the filter! So, BEWARE, the monitor only assesses time going by, not the amount of water going thru the filter! That is why it tells you that you need a new filter every 2 months! What a waste of money! As a single person I am sure I can get by with replacing the filter every 4 months – at the most! So this is the only negative I have to say about Mavea – it is a big negative but once you are aware you do NOT need to replace the filter as often as they say, everything else is a positive.
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  2. 432 of 449 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Worthy successor to Brita, January 8, 2010
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    Todd Fincannon (Berkeley, California) –
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    We replaced the Brita pitcher that we have used for several years with this one. One thing that bothers me about the Brita filters is how the carbon particles keep escaping into the top compartment of the pitcher. It doesn’t hurt anything, but it looks bad to me. Mavea’s filters haven’t had that problem so far. However, their claim that you don’t have to soak the filter is not quite true: you have to run two pitchers of water through a new filter to activate it. This is even more trouble than soaking.

    The self-opening and closing lid works well. You never have to remove the lid or flip it up. The only catch is that you have to stop pouring water in when it first starts to close. If you keep filling until it closes completely, water leaks out the top of the lid down the handle and interior sides of the pitcher.

    We wanted a larger capacity pitcher than the 40 ounce Brita slim pitcher we were replacing. The 3.5 liter Elemaris XL size fits the bill. Be forewarned that the fully filled pitcher is quite heavy at 9 pounds. The contoured, rubberized grip makes it easier to deal with.

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  3. 911 of 983 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Mavea vs. ZeroWater vs. home delivered water, September 20, 2010
    By 
    B.Willis (San Diego, CA United States) –
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    One thing that I really like about the ZeroWater product is the measurement device provided which shows how many parts per million (PPM) of metals, minerals and such the water you’re measuring contains. So it gives the buyer a means to determine the quality of the water measured.

    I’ve now used both ZeroWater vs. Mavea and here are my thoughts about the two filtration pitchers and how they compare to one another.

    Water Quality: The ZeroWater wins hands down. There’s no comparison in my mind. Here in San Diego, our tap water is quite hard and metallic. Using ZeroWater’s measuring device, our tap water measures somewhere around 440 PPM of solids.

    I thoroughly cleaned both filtration pitchers per the respective manufacturer’s instructions, ran and disgarded several cycles of water and then measured the results. ZeroWater claims that I should be able to produce water that measures 000 PPM of solids. I couldn’t quite get that reading, but I did get 006. ZeroWater actually recommends that you change the filter at 006, but even at that level, the water tastes great, pretty much just like fresh rainwater.

    Conversely, Mavea’s filtered water produced a reading of 349 PPM of solids. While that’s about 100 points lower than my tap water, it’s not really a major improvement, in my view. It’s not even in the ballpark of what ZeroWater can do. I can definitely taste a big difference too. To me, Mavea tastes just a bit better than unfiltered tap water where ZeroWater tastes extremely fresh and clean.

    Ergonomics: Mavea is made in Germany and has a nice, European design to it. It’s definitely more pleasing to my eyes. It’s also quite a bit smaller and probably a lot easier to handle. It doesn’t have the push spout like ZeroWater does, but it’s easier to handle than ZeroWater.

    Cost: The cost of these units are similar. Frankly, it appears to me that it’s cheaper to order bottled water versus using these units and purchasing replacement filters. I measured the PPM of the purified bottled water that I get from Pure Flo water of San Diego and not only was the quality the best at 001 PPM, but it was also the cheapest when the cost of the filters was factored in. I will say that Mavea’s filters are much cheaper than ZeroWater’s, but they aren’t nearly as good in my view.

    Bear in mind that you can probably use these filters effectively well after the manufacturer suggests that you change them, so that potentially improves the cost factor. This is especially the case with ZeroWater. Even though I couldn’t obtain the advertised 000 PPM reading, the water’s still great at 006 and a huge improvement over my city water. I would probably not replace the filter until well after the manufacturer’s suggested interval.

    Recommendations: My first recommendation is to look into the cost of bottled water delivered to your home. It’s more convenient and if the cost is cheaper, I’d go that route. However, if you have a need for a water purification pitcher, there is no question that ZeroWater provides cleaner and fresher water. Do be aware that the filtration process is relatively slow, but the ZeroWater filter is pretty massive, so it’s probably to be expected.

    I like the look of Mavea and the better ergonomics, but ZeroWater is the knockout winner here. I doubt you’ll find a way to produce more pure water on your own. Mavea has its merits, but it doesn’t come close in terms of performance.

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