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Description Use Crafe Away filter to effectively reduce your intake of tar & nicotine.The Crafe Away mini filter does not alter the taste or flavour of cigarette.Use the Crafe Away smokeless cigarette to help you... more

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Super

“Brilliant Brita Filter!”

published 23/05/2013

Advantagescheap to buy, gives fresh, crisp water cheaper, and more effectively than us buying bottled water

Disadvantageshave to keep buying new cartridges, bulky look

...I had started to realise I was spending quite a lot of money buying bottled water. We drink a lot of diluted beverages at home, Ribena, Robinsons and the occasional Vimto and I have bought a 880ml Sistema bottle to start taking drinks to work in and I found I was buying big bottles of water far too often. I used boil water in our kettle (a Morphy Richards, Brita filter kettle) but we have had it...

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Not for me

AdvantagesIt exists for buyers who think paper HEPA filters rule, easy to fit.

DisadvantagesPoorly made, leaks dust, too expensive, grey import, not made by SEBO of Germany.

...In the world of those who own the venerable and classic SEBO X series of upright vacuums, the value for money plays the card well for this old German produced vacuum cleaner that is still produced today. Dust bags can last up to six months, you get 10 bags in a box that can last up to three years, whilst the filter on board known as the "microfilter" can last up to the same longevity as a box...

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Excellent

AdvantagesEasy to fit, filters well, handy as a spare filter to use whilst other is being washed.

DisadvantagesNo indicators on the filters themselves, can be pricey dependent on stockist, only 1 is washable.

...Vacuum cleaner filters don?t just come down to owning a bagged vacuum in my experience but generally all vacuums require some filter purchased at some point that use existing filters on board. I know that it sounds very simple, but it often surprises me whenever I read certain reviews online from owners that one of the solutions to why vacuums lose suction power is probably due to the on board...

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