AmazonBasics Replacement GE MWF Refrigerator Water Filter – Premium Filtration – 2-Pack

January 27, 2019 - Comment

An Amazon Brand Product Features Tested and proven to remove contaminants to deliver fresh, clean water Offers a precise, leak-proof fit with easy installation Uses a leak-proof filter and coconut shell carbon to trap contaminants Reduces chlorine and improves water’s smell and taste: Tested and Certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI Standard 42 Lead-free: Tested

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(as of April 20, 2020 7:04 am GMT+0000 - Details)

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Product Features

  • Tested and proven to remove contaminants to deliver fresh, clean water
  • Offers a precise, leak-proof fit with easy installation
  • Uses a leak-proof filter and coconut shell carbon to trap contaminants
  • Reduces chlorine and improves water’s smell and taste: Tested and Certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI Standard 42
  • Lead-free: Tested and certified by NSF/ANSI 372
  • Reduces lead, cyst, benzene, carbofuran, and endrin: Tested and certified by NSF/ANSI 53
  • Reduces phenytoin, ibuprofen, naproxen, estrone, bisphenol A and nonyl phenol: Tested and certified by NSF/ANSI 401
  • For best performance, change filter every 6 months or 300 gallons, whichever comes first
  • Replacement model: GE MWF, MWFA, GWF, GWF01, GWFA, GWF06, and Kenmore 9991,46-9991, 469991.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Inexpensive for a reason… and it’s not a good one 🙁 Vegas is known for a lot of memorable things. Casinos, buffets (ick), any Cirque De Solis show, shopping and restaurants. However the taste of the water is not a memorable or pleasant one. Depending on the zip code one resides within the valley, the TDS reading (total dissolved solids- in Parts Per Million,) ranges from 112 (not sure that’s an accurate reading) to as high as 600! The average seems to be in the 500-510 range. Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) are non-organic impurities found in…

Anonymous says:

JUNK! I ordered the Premium and switched out my GE brand filter. Ran the water through numerous times and it’s still full of little particles floating around. No way am I giving this to my young kids to drink and the water was much cleaner with my old filter, even though that was a year old (I was way overdue to switch it out). So disappointed especially after seeing such good reviews? But many got the product for free, so I should’ve known better. Stick with the branded – you get what you pay for.

Anonymous says:

Tastes terrible! I really really wanted this filter to work as good as or better than the expensive GE brand but the water from the Amazon filter tastes terrible and worse than the tap water. I hoped it would get better but after three weeks the filtered water still tastes terrible. I am ordering the GE high priced filter and throwing away the amazon.

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