Culligan Water Filter Faucet Mount FM-15

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Efficient faucet mount design. Reduces unpleasant odor. Improves taste. Reduces lead, chlorine taste and odor, Cryptosporidium and Giardia cysts. Filter life of up to 200 gallons. Replacement filter FM-15R (1653-3408). Length: 3.5. Width: 6.75. Height: 5.5- SKU: JNSN34604


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Culligan Water Filter Faucet Mount FM-15 is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 72.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this filter less bulky, high quality This filter is much lighter and far less bulky than bigger name alternatives, but the quality of filtering is just as good in my opinion. I had a Culligan filter a few years ago and used it until the housing finally cracked. I replaced it with a PUR because the Culligan wasn't available in local stores. The PUR didn't last nearly as long before the attachments started to leak and I couldn't find replacement parts. The Culligan connection to the faucet is superior, it doesn't rely on a rubber connecter. The metal fixture has a longer life span. This filter is less expensive, less obtrusive, and just as easy to use. The only draw back is that local stores don't carry Culligan replacement filters, so those have to be purchased online. But the filters, like the faucet mount device are cheaper than Brita or PUR, so it's worth it.
Date published: 2012-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simple set up for great tasting water This product will save me tons of money as I am no longer buying bottled water. The unit is super simple to install and the water tastes better than any bottled water I have tried. I live in an area with high chlorine content in our water and the tap water taste terrible. My teenagers have no problem carrying their eco-friendly reusable bottles to school and sports, so this is the way to go ! It is also sturdy enough to last but with all the water my guys drink, It will have paid for itself in no time. I chose this model because of the positive reviews it received from various testing groups. It kept coming up a winner in various evaluations. I agree.
Date published: 2012-10-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product I purchased this because I'm allergic to chlorine, and it is the only water filter I've found that advertises that it actually removes nearly all chlorine. Most just say they remove chlorine taste and smell. I'm going to trust that this one does what it's advertised to do. So far no problems. I didn't give it a rating for durability because I just installed it. Super simple to install - 5 minutes max. Don't forget to remove the tape from the bottom (where the water comes out) before installing like I did - it will spray all over the place! Didn't need an adapter for the kitchen faucet. It fits the bathroom faucet with the included adapter and I ordered another for the bath. I'm happy with it's features - wish it had a warning light for changing the cartridge, but I just set up a reminder on my Yahoo! Calendar that will remind me every 2 months. I only gave it an average for value because the Cartridges are a little more than $10 so that is about $60.00 a year - a little pricey. Still a savings over bottled water though. Hoping to find them in a more economical multi pkg.
Date published: 2013-11-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works good, easy to install. Culligan is a name I trust and this product is one of the reasons why. Can't stomach city tap water without it.
Date published: 2012-06-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good investment The filter made the water at our house taste a lot better. I like how you can easily turn the filter on or off. Overall it did decrease our water pressure & we could have benefited from more detailed instruction, but overall it is a great buy!
Date published: 2012-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Consumer Reports top rated faucet mount... Bought this unit solely on the Consumer Reports review giving it it's top choice for a faucet mount setup. I like to have used the product for some time before giving it 5 stars but there are no moving parts so I can't see how anything is going to go wrong anytime soon. I've used a Brita faucet mount for as long as I can remember and wanted to try something better. Too many returns and exchanges over the years with Brita's that start to leak, threads that no longer tighten, etc. I believe the filter has the same NSF 42 rating as Brita so the output should be the same. Taste the same to me. Would be nice to see a filter that could do better the NSF 42 which is rated for 'taste' which is a very low standard from what I've been able to research. What's better then my Brita. - Form is a smaller foot print. Brita was taller and easier to bang into. - Simple and solid design. The Brita's snap in design is quick but it is also flimsy compared to the thread in type by Culligan. Banging into the Culligan by accident (as you will do) is not going to break the housing. - Tap output when not being filtered is much better. All metal, higher flow rate and better aeration. On the Brita if you put a spoon or plate under the flow when washing dishes the water scatters and sprays. Is does not 'splash' on this one and you can tell it's better quality like a Moen faucet. - I'm Canadian so in litters: * Culligan = 758 litters. * Brita = 378 litters. That's double the filtered water output! Replacement filter on Culligan is $10 and change vs $16 and change. Brita cost 60% more and filters 50% less! It's a no brainier. The only negative if you can call it one, on the Culligan is the lack of a filter change notifier. For me it's a positive because I've had Brita's where the light would never change. Also the light requires a battery that is rated for 5 years and then you will have to remember to change it. Last thing is on the Brita the form of it caused water and bacteria to build up where the filter snaps into the housing. Every time I change the Brita filter I can 'smell' it when I unsnap it. And you can't remove the filter to sanitize the housing with bleach because when you put it back on it resets the counter thinking it's a new filter. The Culligan design will not do this. I've tried to make a very thorough review as to help anyone else searching for a Brita replacement.
Date published: 2013-12-10
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