GE RPWF Smartwater Comparable Water Filter for Refrigerator (not for RPWFE) 3-Pack Refresh R-3600

March 27, 2018 - Comment

Refresh filter meets NSF/ANSI 42 & NSF/ANSI 372 standards for reduction of lead content and removal of contaminants such as chlorine, taste and odor, and particulates while retaining the vital minerals which may be beneficial to health! This high flow rate filter delivers clean, clear water that looks and tastes great. Comes in retail package

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Refresh filter meets NSF/ANSI 42 & NSF/ANSI 372 standards for reduction of lead content and removal of contaminants such as chlorine, taste and odor, and particulates while retaining the vital minerals which may be beneficial to health! This high flow rate filter delivers clean, clear water that looks and tastes great. Comes in retail package and includes instructions and details on certifications. Save big by purchasing a Refresh filter at up to 50% less than the manufacturer part, and save more by purchasing a 2 pack, 3 pack, or 4 pack!

Product Features

  • Refresh your family’s water with a premium Refresh brand water filter. This high flow rate filter removes Chlorine, taste and odor while not removing beneficial minerals.
  • Filter fits in place of GE RPWF and RWF1063 (not for RPWFE)
  • Filter meets NSF/ANSI 42 & NSF/ANSI 372 standards for reduction of lead content and removal of contaminants such as chlorine, taste and odor, and particulates.
  • Removes Chlorine, taste and odor. Does not remove beneficial minerals.

Comments

AK Harmon says:

Cheap alternative to GE’s RFID chipped filter. Inexpensive alternative to GE’s RFID chipped water filter for $45. To make this work I peeled the RFID tag off of the original filter that came with the new fridge and pressed it onto the side of the fridge inside the filter housing so the sensor inside the fridge wall would still recognize it to be ‘installed’. I then installed this cheap filter that fit perfectly (in fact it is identical except for the Big Brother Chip). Now when we get ice or water from the door the digital display…

Alan F. says:

Solid 4 Stars for price alone! NOT RPWFE (the E is important!) First off I got about 2.5 years from my original GE filter. I probably could have changed it a bit sooner but I used flow rate as my main indicator that it was time to swap it out. For those of you with hard water or other factors like well water you will probably need to swap out much, much sooner. Honestly even if I get 1/4 of that lifespan on the generic filter I will still be ahead.Four stars for price alone. I was hesitant to give a fifth but performance so far has been great…

FM says:

Exact replacement of the rpwfe filter with some small modification Used this to replace the RPWFE filter in my GE fridge. You just need to do a small modification using your bypass filter that came with your refrigerator. Remove the sticker and the small sensor and apply to the inside of the filter housing of the refrigerator. Now your refrigerator thinks you have installed the bypass valve but you can now use all the cheap rpwf filters on the market without your fridge alerting you of an expired filter.

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