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Pur vs Brita systems?

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Old July 6th 10, 07:56 PM posted to misc.consumers.house
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Default Pur vs Brita systems?

Looking to buy a water filter pitcher for home use....
for one person.

Cant seem to find any definitive reviews on Pur vs

Any advice out there?
Old July 20th 10, 05:43 PM posted to misc.consumers.house
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Default Pur vs Brita systems?

Andrew Barss wrote:

I'd vote for neither. Get an under-counter (under-sink) 2-stage filter.
Better water flow, and it's cheaper in the long run (much cheaper).

I rent my apartment

Can I EASILY install the above myself?

And can it EASILY be taken with me when I move

I move a lot as I am a student

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