I do also like the British Berkfeld gravity/ceramic water filter. The Berkey is a great unit and time tested over the years. Now there is also another great gravity fed, ceramic water filter made right here in Missouri USA. It is the AquaRain unit. I've had one for close to 10 years now and I just love it. It's actually rated somewhat better than the Berkey as far as micron filtering.Skidoosh wrote:Get Berkey. Not cheap but no filter refills
Hey SpyderEdgeForeverSpyderEdgeForever wrote:I did read some of the old threads about water filters but I have a question:
When it comes to a water filter pitcher, like Brita or other brands, and the filter you attach directly to a faucet, what do you all recommend for someone who wants a filter (for drinking water and cooking water, not washing water) that is decent quality but mostly inexpensive, both for the initial filter itself, and, the replacement filters?
I was looking at the Brita brand water pitcher filters and there were mixed reviews; some like them alot, others say they can collect mold over time if not extremely cleaned up, and, can leak.
Again, this would be for drinking water and cooking water, for home use.
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