Brita is so college. So ditch the lame water filter and get hip with the MyWell water faucet.
Instead of retrofitting a filtering system to your faucet you replace the entire kit and kaboodle. Okay, so it’s not the most practical piece of water drinking kit, especially seeing as it costs over $500, but if you’ve got the ducats to spend, have at it.
Mywell says that it uses a multi–stage water filter cartridge that reduces bacteria, the toxic chlorine, insecticides, pesticides, herbicides, heavy metals as well as many other contaminants harmful to your health. A built-in smart controller – a flashing LED light – indicates when the filter needs to be switched out. Thanks to two levers you can opt for filtered or unfiltered water and a separate pipe insures that contaminants from the regular tap water aren’t transferred. Each cartridge provides about 600 liters of filtered water.