CamelBak pitcher filters your water twice

  • By Debbie Arrington, The Sacramento Bee
  • Friday, April 18, 2014 12:07pm
  • Life

The CamelBak Relay pitcher delivers fresh filtered water in seconds flat. This rectangular 10-cup jug, a time- and space-saver, fits in most refrigerator doors.

The pitcher filters water twice: once while filling the container, and again when pouring water out. The result is great-tasting water with chlorine and other chemical tastes removed. It’s BPA-free and dishwasher safe and available in three colors: aqua, charcoal and purple.

Only drawback: It needs a new filter every four months.

The pitcher retails for $36.99 and can be found at Target, Bed Bath &Beyond and Amazon.com.

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