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CULLIGAN

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CULLIGAN

Walmart # 001118237
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<p>The Culligan FM-15A Drinking Water Filter connects directly to your sink tap to help give you clean, fresh tasting water straight from the faucet. This faucet-mounted water filter takes up less space than a pitcher water filter, and it filters your water at the source. The Culligan FM-15A Drinking Water Filter Level 3 Advanced Filtration removes lead, chlorine, sediment and other substances you might otherwise find in your water. It also works to reduce odor and helps water taste the way it should. With the Culligan FM-15A Drinking Water Filter, getting a quick and clean drink of water from your sink tap is easy.</p>

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Culligan Faucet-Mounted Drinking Water Filter Level 3 Advanced Filtration FM-15A:

  • Removes sediment, lead, chlorine, lindane and atazine as well as other substances
  • Reduces bad taste and odor

The Culligan FM-15A Drinking Water Filter connects directly to your sink tap to help give you clean, fresh tasting water straight from the faucet. This faucet-mounted water filter takes up less space than a pitcher water filter, and it filters your water at the source. The Culligan FM-15A Drinking Water Filter Level 3 Advanced Filtration removes lead, chlorine, sediment and other substances you might otherwise find in your water. It also works to reduce odor and helps water taste the way it should. With the Culligan FM-15A Drinking Water Filter, getting a quick and clean drink of water from your sink tap is easy.

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Customer Reviews
4.3
73 reviews
5 stars
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4 stars
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Top Positive Review
5 customers found this helpful
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.
Top Negative Review
3 customers found this helpful
does not mount...fitting is oversized
Does not fit on kitchen or bathroom faucets. It seams to fit older type models only. I tried to use adapter included in package, but those are for European models....so I guess I'm out of luck!!!!!! Back to Wallys.......................
Top Positive Review
5 customers found this helpful
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.
Top Negative Review
3 customers found this helpful
does not mount...fitting is oversized
Does not fit on kitchen or bathroom faucets. It seams to fit older type models only. I tried to use adapter included in package, but those are for European models....so I guess I'm out of luck!!!!!! Back to Wallys.......................
1-10 of 73 reviews

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.

That was easy

I was looking for this particular model because it got good reviews. I also liked the idea that you could turn it off for general water use, no sense wasting filter hours on doing dishes! It was so affordable that I didn't even have to think about the purchase and just ordered it. Installation was quick...and the first glass was a big difference than what I had been used to. I had no idea that something so simple could improve my water that noticably.

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.

Great taste

I'm glad I did all the research on water filters before I purchased this product. It works great, water tastes fantastic and I really like Its compact size. As far as people say it leaks and sprays all over, I'm sure they are not it installing it proper. READ the directions first, completely.

Culligan FM-15A

This purchase was a replacement for the same Culligan filter system that I'd had for 2-3 years. The old one had started leaking a little bit between the filter housing and where it attached to the faucet, so I decided to replace the whole thing rather than just getting a replacement filter this time. That explains why I didn't give it five bars for durability... only four. Still, since I bought the same product as a replacement, obviously I was and am impressed with it. I use this filter for any water needed for cooking, and to water and/or mist my plants... many of them orchids that require better-than-decent water quality. I use a Clear2o pitcher for my drinking water (also highly recommended, btw); but that's because I prefer a pitcher for that purpose, not because I don't trust the quality of the Culligan-filtered water (and both filters last longer not pulling double duty). You do need a little patience to use this Culligan filter, as the flow rate isn't extremely fast. I got used to that really quickly, however; and I consider this product to be outstanding for the price... a really excellent value.

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.

It's Inexpensive and It Works Good!

Due to job layoff, I quit using my expensive countertop water filter and tried this more economical one. Water filtration flow rate is slower but the water tastes nearly as good as my expensive one. I only use it for cooking, drinking and rinsing off fruits & veggies. It seems to filter better when you turn faucet on low to medium speed (not full blast). It was easy to install and did not leak. I am very satisfied with this filter & may get another one for my bathroom. It was also highly rated by a leading consumer magazine (2013 issue).

Very easy installation

I just installed this water filter and it took all of 30 seconds. Very easy. Now so far so good with the taste of the water. I noticed an instant difference. I bought this because I'm tired of dragging bottles of water from the supermarket. Good buy!
My husband was able to put it together very easily and after running it for about ten minutes we tried the water. It had a funny taste so we let it run longer (about 20 min) to see if that was the problem. When we tried it again it tasted much better. All in all, we were very happy with this product.

disappointed

I've been wanting a water filter for awhile because my water has so much chlorine. I recently got a humidifier and had a lot of white dust. They recommended using distilled water but that would get expensive. I was hoping this filter would help cut down on the white dust. It didn't. Now my water has a funny taste almost like dirty gym socks. I don't smell chlorine but I'm wondering if it removes anything else? It was pretty easy to install. The water comes out very very slowly in a very small stream. I don't know if that's normal but it takes a long time to fill a pitcher with water.

Customer Q&A

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1-3 of 18 questions
by sebastianApril 22, 2013


Last answer: April 27, 2013
1. cannot give a mathematical answer to this but my family of four has been using it for drinking water and sometimes cooking , for five months now and the filter does not need changing yet.
by Imshore
2. The directions say up to 200-250 gallons per filter.
by BonBon916
3. Sebastian -- The packaging says each cartridge is good for 200 gallons. The replacement cartridge is around $13. It is economical and I like the taste of the filtered water.
by AltosW
4. I received this on the side of the box it says "Cartridge life 2 months / 50 gallons. SCAMMERS
by Regularguy
5. on the front it says "Cartridge life 2 months / 200 gallons. Then when I received this on the side of the box it says "Cartridge life 2 months / 50 gallons. SCAMMERS
by Regularguy
6. The filter information says cartridge life is 2 months/200 gal.
by amkell
7. on the side of the box it says "Cartridge life 2 months / 50 gallons. SCAMMERS and they won't post my review either, This is why they don't show a picture of the sides of the box.
by Regularguy
8. They say 200 gallons
by Pastacook
8 Answers
Last answer: April 27, 2013

by krndn42March 21, 2013


Last answer: April 27, 2013
1. I wouldn't count on it because although I dont see why not, the flow is so slow that it would take forever to fill a basin to wash with . Also, I would suspect that warm/hot water would shorten the life span of the filter. But these are not scientific answers just observations from use. For drinking water it is excellent and I bought a second one for my parents. I am saving tons of money on bottled water. Also did a water test from a kit to find the water after filtration was equal to high end bottled water.
by Imshore
2. The packaging for this filter says do not use with hot water.
by AltosW
3. No. Cold water only. Hot water will damage the filter cartridge.
by amkell
4. Hot water will damage the filter.
by KoalaBear11
5. Yes but the flow is much slower so washing would be a longer task.
by Pastacook
6. no
by lscgroomer
6 Answers
Last answer: April 27, 2013

by ManuAugust 24, 2013


Last answer: November 12, 2013
1. Yes, you unscrew your tip, which also houses that screen we never remember to clean. The package comes with adapters in case your faucet size is nonstandard. My cheep one from Lowe's was the regular size.
by ZsaZsa42
2. Manu -- Yes, I unscrewed the tip of the faucet and screwed-on the filter. It's that simple. Like this filter a lot.
by AltosW
3. Yes we had to but this was so much easier to take off and put back on the the brita we purchased before. This is the best filter we have ever had.
by CamanoIslandMom
4. Yes, very easy installation.
by TxSmile
5. Yes. The unit comes with a standard aeration tip which actually allowed MORE flow that the old faucet tip.
by Pastacook
5 Answers
Last answer: November 12, 2013

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