Sunday, March 21, 2010

Mavea Water Filter Pitcher ~ Giveaway Closed

One lucky reader will win a Mavea Water Pitcher

Here is some information from the manufacture:

MAVEA is the new generation premium water filtration system made in Germany. It integrates the highest quality materials with intelligent design and a revolutionary recycling program that helps sustain healthy lives and a healthy planet. The distinctive European styling makes a statement on your kitchen counter or on your dining room table. The design strikes the perfect balance between form and function while easily and conveniently delivering clearer, cleaner, great-tasting water.

The MAVEA Elemaris water filtration pitcher has a five glass water capacity and fits easily in most fridge doors. Our radically new shaped filter delivers consistent flow and filtration over the life of the filter. No pre-soaking is required to activate the filters. The filter media is treated with silver to inhibit the growth of bacteria. Micro-screen in the filter reduces black particle release into the pitcher. The Elemaris pitcher is certified by WQA to NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53 to significantly reduce chlorine taste and odor along with other unwanted elements. The unique pour through lid makes it easy to fill the pitcher; simply turn on the tap and hold the pitcher under it. The water flow opens the lid and it closes automatically when the reservoir is full. The MAVEA Smart Meter measures water hardness, water volume and length of time the filter is in use. The Meter takes the guess work out of knowing when to replace your filter. The rubberized feet and handle are molded into the system to provide an elegant and functional touch. The soft handle is comfortable to hold while the feet prevent scratching or sweating on furniture or countertops.

We use our Mavea pitcher all the time. My favorite feature is the filter life spam indicator.

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Contest will end April 5, 2010 at 9:00pm EST. The winner will be chosen using random.org. All winners are notified by e-mail!


I was compensated with the above mentioned products. I always give my honest opinion and findings related to the products and services.

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Anonymous said...

It fits in most refrigerator doors. This is the problem I have been having. I can't find one that easily fits.
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brodie said...

I learned they have an espresso machine, and what hard water does to appliances. I am also following on twitter, and feed reader.

-:¦:-In His Grip -:¦:- Loni said...

Like the idea of no pre-soaking required :D Hate what hard water does to appliances... thanks for a chance to win!

Misty said...

This pitcher mesures water hardness. I think that would be cool to know.
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Nikki said...

Finding a water filter pitcher that fits on the door is very difficult! And it holds 5 glasses of water!

Christine Jensen said...

I learned that you can order the pitchers and refills at Amazon.com

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Michelle said...

I learned that it increases the life span of domestic appliances by reducing limescale build up. Very cool.

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Anonymous said...

It fits in the door? Woohoo!

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Angela said...

I learned it fits in a refrigerator door and it takes the guess work out of knowing when to replace the filter by its measuring device.

Angela said...

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renee said...

I learned that they will recycle the filters
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Christina said...

The MAVEA Smart Meter measures water hardness, water volume and length of time the filter is in use.

Anonymous said...

it is smart to use, no guessing on when its full!




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Kimberly L said...

Production facility is in
Germany

Kiara said...

I learned that this pitcher mesures water hardness.
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Susan Margaret said...

I learned that you don't have to pre-soak the filters (which is great!)

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Tabitha said...

I didn't know it had a filter indicator.

redfuzzycow said...

i learned that MAVEA filtered water with less limescale will also protect your domestic appliances.

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Jennifer said...

I learned that the production takes place in Taunusstein, Germany

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katycouponer said...

I learnt that the smart meter can measure water hardness! that's awesome!

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Annie1 said...

I like the Mavea Philosophy


As a leading expert in water filtration we focus on our philosophy: „We want to be No. 1 in the sector of water optimization at the point of use.“

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Steph and Brady said...

I learned that Micro-screen in the filter reduces black particle release into the pitcher. I hate when those little black particles get in the water. yuck! stephfrbs at gmail dot com

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Jessica said...

I learned that they will pay the shipping costs for you to mail used filters to them for recycling.
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renee said...

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icunursemicki said...

The PURITY C removes not only course and fine partials but also carbonate hardness, heavy metals and unpleasant odors and off tastes helping protect your machine from limescale while saving you money and guarantees optimal taste and appearance for your products.

icunursemicki said...

Im an email subscriber

Tara said...

The filter contains silver activated carbon that prevents odor causing bacteria.

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Peggy said...

I love the way you refill ,right through the cover,easy!!
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thaeter7 said...

They are experts in water filtration
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Anonymous said...

I am so in need of one of these, but have been hesitant to buy one. I love that this one can fit on the door of my refrigerator.

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patty said...

I learned that it fit in the refrigerator door.

Danielle said...

I like that they will send you a postage paid envelope to recycle your filter.

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cmcathiem02@gmail.com said...

The company will pay the postage for you to return used filters for recycling.

sjt42075 said...

i learned the company will pay shipping to recycle filters

Laura said...

I really like what i've read about this pitcher, especially the fact that it measures how long the particular filter has been in use!

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Nicole said...

The Mavea uses a special silver treatment to inhibit bacterial growth.

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Perfect Blue Moon said...

I learned that they have also applied their methods to come up with an improved expresso machine!

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Ingrid said...

To help protect the environment, you can recycle the MAVEA filters.

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Ingrid said...

I subscribe by email.

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Jackie said...

I learned that they are a family owned limited liability company. Thanks for the review and giveaway!
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I am a follower

Misfit Momma aka Missy said...

I learned that you can return the filters for recycling and that they will even pay the shipping !

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The Hammons' said...

How is measeures the water hardness is interesting. I would LOVE to have this. We have very hard water where we live.
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Tami said...

i learned- Carbonate hardness is the quantity of dissolved calcium and manganese ions tied to hydrogen carbonate. When water is being heated up these salts develop scale deposits.

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I learned that the company is family owned.

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Nicole said...

I learned that you don't have to pre-soak the filters

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bloomerbear said...

They have a place where you can recycle their filters now that is cool


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Liz said...

I like that you can get the filters at amazon! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

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HARD WATER DOES A NUMBER ON YOUR APPLICANCES

Michelle said...

WOW! I'd love to have one of these as I've learned the one we use doesn't even compare. I was surprised to learn what "regular" tap water does to the taste of coffee.

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GoldenOrchard said...

I learned that their they are an eco-friendly company because their water filters are recyclable through their website

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JL said...

I learned that with using their filtration system it Increases the life span of domestic appliances by reducing limescale build up.

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dor said...

I learned that the cartridge prolongs the lifetime of your domestic appliance by reducing limescale-build* up.
I'm thinking of switching over to this instead of buying large containers of water. Way better for the environment.

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Idaho Jill said...

How long does it take to filter the water?
The filter process takes approximately one minute.

I also love that the Smart Meter tells you when to change your filter.

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Elena said...

I like that it significantly reduces chlorine taste and odor along with other unwanted elements and that it measures water hardness.
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cstironkat said...

I learned the MAVEA philosophy,
As a leading expert in water filtration we focus on our philosophy: „We want to be No. 1 in the sector of water optimization at the point of use.“

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Newlywed Hostess said...

I love the fact that the filter helps screen out the black particles. I currently use brita and I cannot stand it when I get the black pieces from the filter in my glass.

Jessica :) said...

The filter process takes approximately one minute. That's a heckuva lot faster than most water pitcher filters I've seen!
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sharonjo said...

I learned that the Mavea pitcher filter doesn't have to be pre-soaked and is treated with silver to inhibit bacterial growth. Thanks!

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seaburd said...

this pitcher has a 5 glass capacity

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I found out that you can recycle your Filter on their site.
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julis55 said...

I learned that the production takes place in Taunusstein, Germany

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The Mavea water filters can be recycled and they pay for shipping.

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Karen said...

I learned that it should fit in my fridge door.

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innisfam said...

that it can measure the hardness of your water. how cool.
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traci smith said...

you dont have to pre soak the water filters

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clc408 said...

I learned that the filters can be recycled.

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Trung Nguyen said...

I learned that it fits in a refrigerator door and it takes the guess work out of knowing when to replace the filter by its measuring device.

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aleigh130@yahoo.com said...

I love that you don't have to soak the filters - I always forget with my Brita pitcher. Plus it has such a sleek design!!

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