Drinkwell Fountain Premium Replacement Filter 3 pack

November 18, 2013 - Comment

The Drinkwell® Premium Filters feature six compartments of charcoal. This evenly distributes the charcoal for a longer lasting, deeper water filtration. More charcoal is added to each compartment to maximize water filtration. This filter will work with ANY Drinkwell® Fountain (except the Drinkwell® 360) and should be changed every 2-4 weeks to maintain water freshness.

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The Drinkwell® Premium Filters feature six compartments of charcoal. This evenly distributes the charcoal for a longer lasting, deeper water filtration. More charcoal is added to each compartment to maximize water filtration. This filter will work with ANY Drinkwell® Fountain (except the Drinkwell® 360) and should be changed every 2-4 weeks to maintain water freshness. There are three filters per package.

Drinkwell Premium Charcoal Filters- 3 Pack

Drinkwell Premium Replacement Charcoal Filters keep your pet’s water tasting clean and fresh. The premium filter segments the charcoal into 6-compartments reducing the settling of the charcoal and enhancing overall filtration. Each filter features a duo-density polyester pad that catches hair and debris, while the charcoal removes bad tastes and odors from the water making it more appealing to drink. Filters help extend the life of your fountain and pump and should be replaced every 2 to 4 weeks.

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Features

6-compartments for even charcoal distribution Change every 2-4 weeks to maintain water freshness

Works with the following fountains:

Drinkwell Original Drinkwell Platinum Drinkwell Big Dog Drinkwell Multi-Tier Drinkwell Outdoor Dog Drinkwell Zen

Product Features

  • Keep the water in your pet’s Drinkwell fountain tasting fresh
  • 6 compartments evenly distribute charcoal for long-lasting filtration
  • Compatible with Original, Platinum, and Big Dog fountains
  • Replace filter every 2 to 4 weeks
  • 3 filters to a package

Comments

Sarah Grover says:

Premium Filters – No problems I disagree with M&M’s review about the filters lasting no more than 1 day. That hasn’t been my experience at all. Make sure they get loaded with the black side facing the front of the fountain, and the narrower edge goes in first. Also, it’s important to rinse the filter with cold water before inserting. This will get rid of any loose carbon dust. The manual explains all this.According to the manual, 1 filter should last 6-8 weeks, depending on your pump speed and how quickly your animal(s) go through the water. I change mine every 2 months, sometimes longer. Now, I *clean* the whole fountain every 5-6 days, taking apart the whole thing, dumping out the old water, giving it a good scrubbing with soap and hot water. I take the lid off first, clean it, and rest the filter on the lid while I clean the rest of the fountain. Then I put the same filter back in, unless it’s due for a change.$10 for a 3-pack that lasts 6 months is a good deal to me. Don’t…

Shawn Kovacich "Author and Creator of numerou... says:

These Filters Are A Step-Up From The Older Version! Since I already posted a review for the Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain, I am going to keep this review focused on the product itself, which is the new and improved filter.I can’t say that I was all that thrilled with the previous filter for use with the older version of the Drinkwell Pet Fountain. It was always producing a lot of charcoal in my cats water and although it didn’t hurt him, I still didn’t like the site of all that “garbage” in the bottom of his water dish. Also, the old filters didn’t seem to do that good of job of filtering out the water. I don’t know if it was just me, but I didn’t like them all that much.Now we jump forward to the other day when I got the Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain for my cat’s eighth birthday, which he was simply overjoyed with and stuck his entire face in the stream to get the first drink.These new filters seem to do a much better job at filtering out the water as it circulates throughout the system. I have…

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