Brita Filter Jug Elemaris XL - Black - 3.5ltr cap
Brita Filter Jug Elemaris XL - Black. Model with unique, single handed, easy to fill, automatic pour-trough lid. Comfort and style for your kitchen. Large capacity counter top model.
- fits only Maxtra
- automatic pour through lid
- soft-grip handle
- non-slip base
- 3.5 litres
*MEMO: The electronic cartridge exchange indicator automatically reminds you to change the cartridge every 4 weeks.
- Uses Maxtra - The NEW BRITA cartridge with 4-step filtration limescale reduction
- Unique, single handed, easy to fill, automatic pour through lid
- Modern, stylish design
- Large capacity model
- Ergonomic grip with finger mould
- Complete anti-slip soft grip handle
- Volume marks on jug
- Round shaped rubber base
- 2.2 litres filtered water capacity, 3.5 litres total capacity
For almost 40 years BRITA has been involved in the optimization of water and has devoted itself to the future of this essential resource.
See the difference for yourself!
An aromatic cup of your favourite tea or coffee is an experience for all the senses. But for perfect enjoyment it is not just the quality of the initial products that play a key role. Only when you use the right water will your hot drinks or food become a true delight. This is where the BRITA filter cartridge comes in. You will see, smell and taste the difference!
No water is like another
The water supply companies make drinking water available as a basic foodstuff. It is subject to stringent controls and complies with high standards. But regardless of its origin, drinking water has individual properties such as a differing limescale content. Boiled water should fulfil special requirements for the preparation of different kinds of tea and coffee as well as food.
After all, a cup of coffee or tea is around 98% water! Thanks to the BRITA filter cartridge you always have optimum freshly treated water on hand for boiling. And you can savour delicious food and drink with a full aroma, perfect taste and appetising appearance!
Why filtered water?
Hard water and coffee or tea do not go together well. How hard your water is (overall hardness) depends on the permanent hardness and carbonate hardness of the regional water. The carbonate hardness is also known as limescale. During brewing it impairs development of the fine flavours. It is also responsible for unattractive scum in your tea. And another thing: limescale builds up in your kettle as unsightly and annoying deposits.
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