Seychelle 64 oz. Regular Dual Water Pitcher Replacement Filter w/ New Reservoir

Seychelle 64 oz. Regular Dual Water Pitcher Replacement Filter w/ New Reservoir

Seychelle 64 oz. Regular Dual Water Pitcher Replacement Filter w/ New Reservoir

Vendor
Seychelle
SKU:
1-40100-2-RES
$47.95
  • Replaces the older style pitcher reservoir (Gen 1)
  • Includes new reservoir and dual REGULAR replacement filters
  • Designed to be used with chlorinated municipal water. Not to be used with salt water.
  • Filters up to 150 gallons
  • For use with the 64oz Water Pitcher
  • Filters are easy to install.

Seychelle REGULAR Filters are tested to remove up to 99.99% of the following zones of contamination:

Aesthetic contaminants: unpleasant taste, odors, cloudiness, silt and chlorine

Chemical contaminants: VOC’s, toxic chemicals, trihalomethanes, PFOA, PFOS, PCB’s, glyphosate, herbicides, detergents, pesticides (DDT), benzene, atrazine and many more

Inorganic contaminants: heavy metals, aluminum, asbestos, cadmium, chromium 6, copper, arsenic, nitrates & nitrites, lead, mercury and up to 90% fluoride

Radiological contaminants: radon 222

The current processing time for orders is 1 to 5 business days

Free shipping on orders over $69.99 and $6.99 flat rate shipping for orders under $69.99  in Mainland 48 States only.  For all others please contact for shipping quote.

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  • does this use the PH2 water filters

    The reservoir comes with the regular gen 2 filters ( that do not raise the PH ) but you can purchase the PH2O filters seperately and they will fit the reservoir

  • Can I use this to replace the Radiological Pitcher Filter (1-40401-W) and will it filter the same or less than that original filter?

    Yes, you can use this to replace the rad filter. they will not filter radiologicals but it does filter everything else.

  • My pamphlet says the Gen2 pitcher naturally increases the ph up to 9.0. Is this not true and do I need the alkalinity filters to raise the ph?

    No, you would need the alkalinity filters to raise the Ph

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