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  • profitofthegods
  • 14:52 15.01.2016
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Recommend a cheap fluoride water filter (UK)

I'm looking for recommendations for a low cost filter that removes fluoride from the drinking water. I'm in the UK.




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14 Answers

  • Andrew Henke
  • 01:57 16.01.2016

http://www.discountfilterstore.com/cqe-rc-04006-crystal-quest-fluoride-water-filter.html?gclid=CjwKEAiAzuK0BRCW4tiLpJT-8TISJADV8cw9lEzyElIyDlClAyr7JWUsXC5vDN9DA96zEJ_TcphH3RoCulrw_wcB&mkwid=JU4IPm5E_dc&pkw=&pmt=&pcrid=68732513466

This one is a replacement for an under the sink model

There aren't many "cheap" filters that remove flouride. You could always try a distiller. They run about 200 dollars (US).

  • Christian Noki
  • 21:35 16.01.2016

http://www.clearlyfiltered.com offers a pitcher that removes 90% of fluoride and each filter last up to 750+ liters!


Comments

  • profitofthegods: These look really nice, but its a US store - I don't see much point paying for shipping an tax on top of the regular price when I can just buy from the UK
  • JoHn Lemans
  • 03:49 17.01.2016

Culligan FM-15A is the best and cheapest fluoride water filter!

  • Krishna
  • 12:25 17.01.2016

Why not you prepare your own filter? sorry to ask, if you look for a good quality filter the price will always high. If you look for a cheap one, the product is not well. It get repaired within a month. So, my suggestion is to make your own filter........
Check it out : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UdtFJl7pB4
or if you want to buy, first read this blog.
http://www.reactual.com/home-and-garden/kitchen-products-2/best-filters-remove-fluoride-water.html

I think it may help you. Thanks......


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  • profitofthegods: Interesting, but I'm too lazy
  • luffy
  • 21:16 17.01.2016

i would suggest you to check it out here http://www.uk-water-filters.co.uk/water_problem_fluoride.html

  • Bruno Bruno
  • 10:55 18.01.2016

In A Nutshell
The best way to remove fluoride from tap water is to use a filter containing Brimac (or bone char) — these filters will consistently remove 90% of fluoride from water.

Probably the least expensive way to remove fluoride from water is to add raw bone char to the water. I purchased some myself from eBay from this vendor and it seems to be working (based on my taste tests only).

Another good option is use a Propur drip filter — these filters make use of AquaMetix — a new proprietary carbon-based filtration technology — these filters will remove 50% – 85% of fluoride.

  • vanjsa
  • 11:37 18.01.2016

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ecobud-Fluoride-Chlorine-Water-Filter/dp/B00P2RE6EM
This is pretty cheap, and high quality, ships to UK.

  • Rubel220
  • 15:55 18.01.2016

Samsung DA29-00003G Aqua-Pure Plus Refrigerator Water Filter

  • mmmglobal022
  • 06:26 19.01.2016

http://www.discountfilterstore.com/cqe-rc-04006-crystal-quest-fluoride-water-filter.html?gclid=CjwKEAiAzuK0BRCW4tiLpJT-8TISJADV8cw9lEzyElIyDlClAyr7JWUsXC5vDN9DA96zEJ_TcphH3RoCulrw_wcB&mkwid=JU4IPm5E_dc&pkw=&pmt=&pcrid=68732513466

This one is a replacement for an under the sink model

There aren't many "cheap" filters that remove flouride. You could always try a distiller. They run about 200 dollars (US)


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