Brita Longlast Filter Get More for Less with Longlast™
  • Eliminate up to 900 water bottles with every filter.
  • Removes 99% of lead**
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*The Brita® Longlast™ Filter reduces even more contaminants than a Standard Brita Filter.  The Brita Longlast filter is certified to reduce chlorine
**See certifications. Substances reduced may not be in all users’ water

Longlast Filter

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Features You'll Love

  • BPA free
  • Fits all Brita® Pitchers except for Stream™ Pitcher and Infinity Pitcher
  • Fits Brita® Pitchers except for Stream® Pitchers
  • Lasts 6 months between replacement
  • Lasts six months,‡ so you’ll 
 only replace twice a year
  • One Longlast Filter used = 900 plastic bottles saved
  • Reduces more contaminants including 99% of lead*
  • Reduces more contaminants including 99% of lead‡

The Reviews Are In


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Total Reviews



Rated 1 out of 5 by from Clogged in less than a week I wish I had of read these reviews before making the decision in the store to buy this. It takes over an hour to filter water and I've had it less than a week. It's pretty much useless now and I'm back to drinking the bad tasting tap water. Worked great for a few days, definitely do not waste your money on this.
Date published: 2018-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sorely disappointed I bought this longlast filter before reading all these reviews. HUGE mistake! Like so many other people, the filter is not working as designed. It stopped filtering on only the third fill of my pitcher. It appear to only work if you fill the pitcher up less than halfway. As soon as the water line goes above the bottom of the filter, it slows to a crawl and isn't done filtering even when left overnight. I was on the fence about whether to use the brita filter or use a countertop system like the Berkey or Propur. I opted for the brita because it seemed more economical and took up less space, but I am beginning to think I made a huge mistake. Unfortunately, I already placed an order for 2 more filters, but now I know why I was able to find so many people selling their filters. Wishing I had done more research before making this purchase. Seems like a huge waste of money and time. Very poor design and it seems like brita is happy to keep selling them to unsuspecting consumers. Why not pull the product and fix the design flaw before ending up with more and more unsatisfied customers? Don't buy this product!
Date published: 2018-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great Bought a multipack and still using the first one months later. Works great
Date published: 2018-09-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hard to believe Working so far after 5 months. Would like to see a test on filter itself to tell if it’s still good or not.
Date published: 2018-09-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did NOT last long I got this about a couple weeks ago, and flow has slowed down to a trickle. I tried to soak the filter and squeeze the ends to release air bubbles, and that hasn't worked. It is effectively useless for us because it takes an hour to refill (not an exaggeration).
Date published: 2018-09-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Surprised and Happy As a long time user of Brita filters, I am glad I didn't read reviews on the Longlast Filter before trying it. Bought in May 2018, and filling the picture 2 to 3 x a day I've been extremely happy with the results. Yes, it does filter slower so there is an adjustment, but the taste is excellent so I plan accordingly. I'm looking forward to the same results when I replace the filter in another month.
Date published: 2018-09-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Works until... it doesn't Great idea in theory, but the filter stops filtering water and slows to a crawl around the same time that an ordinary Brita filter would be ready for replacement. Basically you've bought the normal filter but have paid 2x-3x. I thought the other reviewers just had bad luck, but it's clear that the design of this is just terrible.
Date published: 2018-09-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from way too slow Having the same problem other folks are mentioning... I'll fill up the pitcher before I go to bed, and in the morning about half of the water has filtered through. Tried the steps that were suggested in the other posts, but not having any luck. I haven't been able to notice any improvement. One question is where should I be looking for the air bubbles to come from while I am squeezing the sides. I see some air bubbles in around the filter while it is soaking, but I can't see where they are coming from... and while it's soaking, the very top of the filter keeps wanting to bob up above the surface of the water - which makes me think it's possible there's air stuck in there somehow.
Date published: 2018-09-10
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