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Glacier Bay Ultimate Drinking Water 6-Month Replacement Filter Set
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Glacier Bay

Ultimate Drinking Water 6-Month Replacement Filter Set

  • Certified to reduce more than 99% of lead
  • Fits Glacier Bay Ultimate Drinking Water System - HDGMBS4
  • Filter lasts up to 6 months
$69.00 /each

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These filters fit the Glacier Bay Ultimate Drinking Water Filtration System HDGMBS4 and will last up to 6 months. When changing these filters, there is no need to shutoff water supply allowing for an easy, no mess filter change. The Ultimate Drinking Water 6-Month Replacement Filter Set is NSF certified under Ecodyne Water Systems to reduce unwanted contaminants including sediment, chlorine taste and odor, cysts, lead, chemicals such as atrazine, benzene, and lindane, pharmaceuticals and bacteria and viruses.

  • Easy "no mess" filter change
  • Filters last up to 6 months
  • Filters reduce: sediment, chlorine taste and odor, cysts, lead, chemicals such as atrazine, benzene, and lindane, pharmaceuticals and bacteria and virus
  • Fits Glacier Bay Ultimate drinking water filtration system HDGMBS4
  • NSF certified under ecodyne water systems
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How many gallons does this filter?

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May 19, 2016
What is the capacity of this set of filters? I presume the 6 months means the filter has a "shelf life" of 6 months. However, do they also have a capacity limit? For example, another brand states its filter lasts for 600 gallons. Thank you.
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August 14, 2016
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Lead, Chlorine Taste and Odor, and Purifying Filter Cartridges: Lead, chlorine taste and odor, and purifying
filter cartridges contain activated carbon. When new, open the filtered water faucet and allow fine, carbon particles
to purge from the cartridges. Flush for 10 minutes. It is recommended to replace filter cartridges every six months or
350 gallons of use. There are several variables that
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Lead, Chlorine Taste and Odor, and Purifying Filter Cartridges: Lead, chlorine taste and odor, and purifying
filter cartridges contain activated carbon. When new, open the filtered water faucet and allow fine, carbon particles
to purge from the cartridges. Flush for 10 minutes. It is recommended to replace filter cartridges every six months or
350 gallons of use. There are several variables that determine how long a cartridge will last. These include:
1. How much water you use, and
2. How much sediment, taste and/or odor, or other unwanted substance, is in the water.
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May 20, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry. This filter gallon life can be found on the performance data sheet which can be found at the end of the owner's manual on the product information page.
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Why can't I have the filters shipped?

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Why is this item only available in stores? I would like to have this filters shipped to me and that is not an option...
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July 19, 2016
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We had the filters shipped to our home without any questions.
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January 20, 2016
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These filters are available on homedepot.com by searching model number HDGMBF4.
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Are Glacier Bay cartridges interchangeable? They appear similar. I'd like to use an Ultimate cartridge on an Advanced head.

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January 11, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry. No, these replacement filters are not interchangeable. These filters can only be used with the Glacier Bay Ultimate Drinking Water Filtration System.
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Does Glacier Bay filter remove flouride?

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No, the Glacier Bay Ultimate Drinking Water Filtration System does not remove fluoride. However, the Glaicer Bay Premium Drinking Water Filtration System does. To learn more about this system, please visit homedepot.com and search by model number HDGROS4.
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Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Only lasted 2 months! We installed our Glacier Bay Ultimate filtration unit at the end of July. It's now the end of September and the flow rate has become insanely slow. We are only a 2 member household, and we have one of the best water sources in the world (NYC water), and yet these filters only lasted 2 months! This should have lasted us at least 6 months due to our water usage (I drink a lot of water, but it's only 120 ounces a day, and I'm away from home at least 10 days a month!), and my husband asked me to find replacement filters as it takes a really long time to fill up even a glass of water. I timed it, and it takes about 70 seconds to fill 12 ounces. Our old filtration unit (which was a countertop model and cost a fraction of this unit) took maybe 10 seconds to fill the same amount. Now I'm wondering if we should throw out the $200 filtration system because $75 every 2 months seems ridiculous. September 25, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Effective but poor flow This system was easy to install, yet needed about $16 in parts to make it fit a standard water line. Filter works great, water tastes good, but the flow is SLOW. Ordering my first set of replacement filters (which are quite pricey), so hope they work better. If not, I will look for a different model. September 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good but expensive We love the water filter system. It fits nicely under our sink and makes the water taste one hundred percent better. But the filters are way over priced. Especially compared to other (brand name) makes. Having to spend $75 (w/Tax) on filters every six months is a high cost. In reality, it would actually be cheaper to get bottled water actually delivered to our house. Or we could purchase the bottled water system and get the bottles refilled. The downside to this is the space that the machine takes up in a footprint. It is why we chose to go with an under sink system to begin with. Now if the filters lasted longer (say a YEAR), instead of only six months, then I'd be much more happy about the costs involved. I love that the system even has a blinking light to let us know when it's time to change the filters. However, in this case, I'm just not pleased with the price of the filters. Yes, they are and have made a noticeable difference in taste of our water, but is it worth it? For now, we will continue to purchase the filters. But if you look at the numbers, and if broken down over the course of a year, it works out at $12.50 per MONTH for filtered water. It's a high amount for sure. They really should look into why their filters are so much higher in cost over other comparable filters. July 19, 2016
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