nature pure filter system

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  1. Phill D

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    anyone know if there is still a Funster discount available on these. considering buying one at the Malvern show.
     
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    Got mine direct with the funster discount. It arrived in 2 days.
     
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    can i ask which u got, the new type or the later one and how much of the hard earned will i need to part with?:Eeek:
     
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    Do you get a discount on the refill cartridges ?? And if so what code do you use please ??
     
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    dont think so.:Sad: its only on new systems. and i dont think it a huge discount:Eeek:
     
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    I had a nature pure filter system in my last van. Used to change the filter once every season. Mega expensive but did the job well.

    My new van has no Nature Pure System and I didn't fancy the huge expense of getting one fitted. I was in Morrison's pushing the trolley FHWMBO when i noticed a filter jug on sale at £10 reduced from £22. With a spare cartridge being only £4.99 then I thought worth giving it a go.

    It works superb filtering the water clear. Don't know if it would filter a muddy pool water as a Nature Pure filter claims but it works well on tap water. Been using it for nearly 12 months now.

    Save your cash and look elsewhere there are products that work well at a snip of the cost.
     
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    Nature Pure cartridges

    Just been reading all the posts about the Nature Pure filtration system.
    We've just changed our van to an Autotrail Dakota and the previous owner has had one of these fitted, amongst many other extras.

    Just had a look at the website link and the refills are £72 for our model, what are your opinions on these, are they worth the money or not?
    Thanks in advance for any advice.

    Bill
     
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    Having had ours about two months we think it is great. We have always carried a water container for our drinking water. Now we get bottle water quality straight from the inboard tanks. :thumb:
     
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    Thanks for this, we have always carried 2 x 5 litre bottles on our last van, but since there has been one fitted on the Autotrail already it makes sense to use it. Have contact Harald at Nature Pure in Crawley to order the replacement cartridge, fingers crossed there's a little bit of a discount on the cartridge:thumb: It won't take too long to pay for itself.

    Regards, Margaret & Bill
     
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    as you can see by earlier post i was not completely swayed.

    bought a basic system at Malvern show and connected it to the kitchen tap only as no room for the faucet type. cold flow to that tap is very slightly reduced but pleased with it so far, we now have perfect tasting coffe at all times and also carry a 1 ltr drinking bottle in the fridge which we refil as required for a cool drink on warm days.

    replacement filters at the shows for ours are £50 on the web site £59.
     
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