Model # HDGDUS4

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Glacier Bay Advanced Drinking Water Filtration System
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Glacier Bay

Advanced Drinking Water Filtration System

  • Reduces contaminants for advanced protection at your kitchen sink
  • Dual filters easily screw into place for no-hassle replacement
  • Includes designer brushed nickel faucet
$98.00 /each

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The Advanced Drinking Water Filtration System from Glacier Bay uses a dual filter configuration to reduce undesirable elements in your water, including sediment, chlorine taste and odor, cysts, lead and chemicals. The consumer-friendly cabinet design does not require any mounting, allowing for easy installation in the space below your sink. Included with the system is a designer brushed nickel faucet with a filter change indicator light and an Advanced Drinking Water 6-Month Replacement Filter Set. NSF certified under Ecodyne Water Systems to reduce undesirable contaminants in your water.

  • Under-counter water filtration system does not require mounting; simply place in the cabinet below your sink
  • System reduces: sediment, chlorine taste and odor, cysts, lead and chemicals such as atrazine, benzene and lindane
  • Reduces chlorine by 97% and reduces lead by 99%
  • Uses Glacier Bay Advanced drinking water 6-month replacement filter set HDGDUF4 (included); shutting off water supply is not necessary when changing filters
  • Battery-operated 6-month timer alerts you when it is time to change filters
  • NSF certified under ecodyne water systems
  • Backed by a 1-year limited manufacturer warranty
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What's the difference between this product and the Ultimate Defense Drinking Water Filtration Sys. also by GLACIER BAY?

I've looked online and there doesn't seem to be any difference except the $100 price point.
Asked by: JJNY
The Ultimate Defense system is a reverse osmosis unit as I recall, and it filters more items/things from the water than this one does. Some additional chemicals and dissolved solids I think were the main improvements over this unit. RO systems work a lot like a water softener in that they will use water to backwash the filters, making them last longer.
Answered by: Buzz
Date published: 2016-07-27

why do i still have that nasty looking film on top of my freshly brewed coffee

Asked by: namniar
That's usually from the coffee or coffee filter. Also sometimes caused by a type of scale buildup in the coffee maker. You can check for sure by going to a pharmacy and buying a gallon of distilled water (usually just a dollar or two) and brewing a pot using that water instead of tap/filtered water. Distilled water is usually the purest water a person can generally buy at a store, much better than filtered water. Ships on the ocean distill ocean water to make it potable/drinkable, and that process removes more than 99% of all contaminants, including the salt. If you brew a pot with distilled water and still see that oily/bluish film on the top of your coffee in the pot, then it either a coffee maker in needs of cleaning, the filters used, or the coffee itself. Some coffee beans like to be brewed at hotter or cooler temperatures than others, and most basic coffee makers only have one temperature: Very hot.
Answered by: Buzz
Date published: 2016-07-27

what is the finish on the dispenser/faucet? Is it polished, like chrome or is it brushed satin?

Asked by: PAL
Brushed Satin
Answered by: Frankieg
Date published: 2016-05-22

I installed this and now the water coming out of it has little floating particles in it. Any suggestions?

Asked by: Yippeekiyay84
Could be two things. First, if the filters are brand new, you could be seeing some carbon particles coming out the new filters. Carbon in this fashion is harmless when drunk from this type of filter system and isn't something to be very concerned with. When installing new filters in any water filter system, I always run the water for 5 to 10 minutes to flush the air and any loose carbon from the filter before I actually use it. Second, I've noted that when the water first comes out of the tap it is full of tiny air bubbles. You can see them swirling around in the glass after you fill it. If you let the glass sit for a minute after filling, they should be gone or nearly so. I at first thought I had a faulty filter system when I saw this and so filled a glass and left it sit on the counter for 30 minutes to see what particles settled out of the water. There weren't any, and after emptying and refilling again I could see they were all air bubbles swirling around, eventually floating to the surface and going away. If you fill a glass and let it sit for 30 minutes and find anything more than small/tiny black particles on the bottom of the glass, then you may have the wrong kind of filter for the type of water problem you have. If it is only the tiny carbon particles, then flushing the filter by letting it run for 5 to 10 minutes should help a lot with that.
Answered by: Buzz
Date published: 2016-07-27
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Customer Reviews

Advanced Drinking Water Filtration System is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice filtered water at fraction of the cost of bottled This water filter installs very quickly and easily with few basic hand tools. I really appreciated the detailed instructions. It took me a couple hours to complete. I was a little intimidated at first by the thought of installing this water filter but once I started it was not at all difficult. The filters last six months and are available through the Home Depot. Think about how many plastic bottles of water you wont have to buy when you purchase this.
Date published: 2016-11-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It was easy to install. The only issue is the water pressure is low. Also I had an old water filt... It was easy to install. The only issue is the water pressure is low. Also I had an old water filtration system and was able to use the parts from this as the parts were not included with this system
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This is not a DIY. The unit comes with a fittings that doesn't work under my sink, at least for N... This is not a DIY. The unit comes with a fittings that doesn't work under my sink, at least for New England. I just changed the kitchen faucet in 30 min, it was a breeze, because it came with the right fittings. The water filtration system comes with the wrong parts. This Glacier Bay Advanced Drinking Water Filtration System doesn't come with what you need, and doesn't provide any advice neither and after 6 visits to Home Depot I was able to find something to put it together. In every visit I asked a Home Depot rep in the section how to do the installation, 5 of them gave me wrong solutions, and even one told me "this cannot be installed, you got to get a plumber". If I knew of all these complications I wouldn't have bought this item. On the other hand, I am deeply concerned this push on type of connections will be able to withstand the pipe pressure. I hear some people having their PVC pipes breaking during winter. The Glacier Bay comes with a very bad quality tubing. The unit looks very flimsy. I wonder if this company has ever done a quality inspection of their product?
Date published: 2017-01-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from its a very good item and its very easy to install and the water is very tasty. but does have one ... its a very good item and its very easy to install and the water is very tasty. but does have one small problem that the water comes out slower than other water sillters.
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very easy instalation. Only been installed about 3 weeks ,... Very easy instalation. Only been installed about 3 weeks , but , so far is working great.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Water tastes great This wasn't difficult to install with basic tools. Our water had a bit of a funny taste and sometimes you'd see sediment in a water glass. Not Flint-level quality problems, but a concern that bothered some. Our water is clear now and has no odd taste, which is the goal I guess. I was worried about replacement filters but this unit seems to use a commonly available filter cartridge that has been around for a long time.
Date published: 2016-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Noticable Improvement in Water Taste The tap water at my home is not always clear and has a strong chlorinated taste. To help improve the clarity and taste, I decided to obtain the Glacier Bay Advanced Defense Drinking Water Filtration System, Model HDGDUS4. This is a two-stage filtration system that includes the two filters mounted under the sink, along with a drinking faucet that mounts on the sink. I am quite surprised at how the filtration system has improved the taste of the tap water. Installation of the Glacier Bay Drinking Water Filtration System is not difficult. I did have to purchase a new fitting for tapping into the cold water supply line at the shutoff valve. The filter and faucet use convenient push-in connections, so make sure to measure and cut-off the plastic lines properly before making the connections. The two filters lock into the base and provides 6-months of use before needing replacement. The drinking faucet mounts in the spare hole most sinks (if available), or requires a new 1 1/4” hole to be drilled in the sink. The faucet also includes a battery-operated timer which lights up when the filters need replacement. If your tap water is poor quality or has a chlorine taste, check out the Glacier Bay Drinking Water Filtration System. I’m very satisfied with the improvement in water quality and taste.
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good filter I ordered this filter to get rid of choline taste and have instant filtered water. It took 2 hours to set it up and plum it in. Filter set is easy twist pop type connectors . Stainless steel facet. It filled a 1/4gallon pitcher is 18 seconds the filter housing sits under sink Cabnet out of sight while the top facet is nice. This filter DOES removed listed chemicals of cover of box but does NOT remove BPA. pharmaceutical runoff, sodium hexafluorosilicate( fluoride), glypophosphates, aluminum barium, matalic or ionized aluminum, pesticides, radioactive particles... So I have a gravity filter that removes all of the listed plus 4000 more. So I use this advanced defense as a pre and primer for fling the gravity filter And Coffey making Water tasted good with the Glasier bay dual filter
Date published: 2016-04-28
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