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This filter is worth the price! It filters out everything bad, but leaves your water tasting great, not like distilled water. It takes out all metals and chlorine. Our water in our city has chlorine in it bad sometimes. At times you can smell it coming out of the faucet. But this filters it all out. Everything. Love it.
Sandy D.
· August 8, 2017
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Uh dude really radiation ! It’s a water filter not radioactive material ! We drinking water or filtering water from Chernobyl’s water supply in Russia????
Carl M. Savino
· January 25, 2019
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No, there doesn't seem to be. We haven't changed our first filter out yet, and I've been wondering if maybe it will start to get really slow at filtering when it needs to be changed? Or might have to just figure out roughly how many gallons you've filtered and change it when you've reached the 150 gallon limit.
"skyzdalimit911"
· November 25, 2018
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Aquagear® water filters are made out of activated carbon and a unique formulation of ion exchange materials that provide the greatest contaminant reduction in the industry.
ACTIVATED COCONUT CARBON:
 Absorbant carbon derived from coconut shells that remove organic compounds and pollutants from water. As contaminated w… see more
Aquagear® water filters are made out of activated carbon and a unique formulation of ion exchange materials that provide the greatest contaminant reduction in the industry.
ACTIVATED COCONUT CARBON:
 Absorbant carbon derived from coconut shells that remove organic compounds and pollutants from water. As contaminated water passes through the Aquagear water filter, absorbant carbon media trap and neutralize waterborne pollutants. These toxins include disinfectants like chlorine, solvents, PCB's, PBDE's, and compounds that cause bad taste and odor.
CRM ION EXCHANGE MEDIAS: 
A blend of proprietary medias bonded in a chelative matrix to effectively remove heavy metals, industrial and agricultural pollutants, and trace pharmaceuticals. Using adsorption, absorption, chemical bonding, chelation, and depth filtration, Aquagear's unique formulation of activated carbon and ion exchange materials turns ordinary tap water into great-tasting, filtered water. see less
Aquagear® water filters are made out of activated carbon and a unique formulation of ion exchange materials that provide the greatest contaminant reduction in the industry.
ACTIVATED COCONUT CARBON:
 Absorbant carbon derived from coconut shells that remove organic compounds and pollutants from water. As contaminated water passes through the Aquagear water filter, absorbant carbon media trap and neutralize waterborne pollutants. These toxins include disinfectants like chlorine, solvents, PCB's, PBDE's, and compounds that cause bad taste and odor.
CRM ION EXCHANGE MEDIAS: 
A blend of proprietary medias bonded in a chelative matrix to effectively remove heavy metals, industrial and agricultural pollutants, and trace pharmaceuticals. Using adsorption, absorption, chemical bonding, chelation, and depth filtration, Aquagear's unique formulation of activated carbon and ion exchange materials turns ordinary tap water into great-tasting, filtered water.

aquagear®
Seller · January 31, 2016
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Yes! It fits my Seychelle water pitcher. Nearly identical to the Seychelle filter that has been discontinued.
E. E.
· January 13, 2017
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Calcium is not listed on aquagear test to remove contaminants.
karen
· October 26, 2018
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yes, you return them in the same box you received them in. Go online and request the return shipping label. You do not need to pay for postage.
CLAUDIA A. PAIVA
· July 2, 2019
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I haven't run into that, but if I did, I think I would just replace the filter. It may be just getting old.
Barbara
· March 8, 2019
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Thank you for your interest. The two-pack will no longer be offered.
aquagear®
Seller · April 11, 2018