Model # HDXCTF4

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HDX Basic Under Sink Filter
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HDX

Basic Under Sink Filter

  • Fits Glacier Bay System HDGUSS4 & all under sink drop in systems
  • Reduces sediment and chlorine taste and odor
  • Filter lasts up to 6 months
$9.98 /each

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The HDX Basic Under Sink Filter reduces sediment as well as chlorine taste and odor. This filter is NSF certified under Ecodyne Water Systems. It has a universal fit and will last for 6 months or 3,000 Gal. It fits Glacier Bay Basic Drinking Water System HDGUSS4 and all major brands of drop-in style systems.

  • Reduces sediment and chlorine taste and odor
  • Universal fit - fits Glacier Bay basic drinking water system HDGUSS4 and all major brands of drop-in style systems
  • Lasts up to 6 months or 3000 Gal.
  • Fits in place of GE replacement filter C (FXUTC) for models: GX1S01R
  • NSF certified

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Customer Questions & Answers

what is the micron rating for this unit?

Asked by: homer
As stated...it is not specified. I just saw that the GE filter (i.e. not this HDX) is rated at 0.5 micron. I would suspect this being a carbon filter is pretty decent... Not sure if it is as good as GE....especially since they didn't bother to spec it.
Answered by: PapaHomer
Date published: 2016-05-09

Will this filter work in place of the GE GX1S01C?

Can I use this HDX filter in my GE FXUTC water filtration system in place of the GE filkter GX1S01C?
Asked by: James
Most likely not. Although I have an OmniFilter cartridge where the GE FXUTC filters fit fine, the purple rings on the HDXCTF4 filter are too wide for a good fit at the bottom of the filter.
Answered by: ikm
Date published: 2016-01-24
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Customer Reviews

Basic Under Sink Filter is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Almost no water flow through filter when used with lead filter HDXLTF4 in the same two-filter hou... Almost no water flow through filter when used with lead filter HDXLTF4 in the same two-filter housing I have used for years. I had much better flow with similar Ametek & Kenmore (Sears) water filters.
Date published: 2017-01-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cheap compared to many brands offered can't imagine there is much difference unless you pay big m... Cheap compared to many brands offered can't imagine there is much difference unless you pay big money for the sealed type. Using for refrigerator water and ice works just fine.
Date published: 2017-01-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from "OK" The HDX brand was the only one on the shelf...so I bought it... it said "Universal Fit" and "replacement for FXUTC". I had my doubts about the fit, since it had a wider head and more shallow inlet. It did fit, but flow is reduced to barely acceptable. It does seem to be filtering adequately...no signs of odor or debris. The flow is a deal breaker for me.
Date published: 2016-05-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not fit where GE FXUTC filter fits I bought this to replace my under-sink filter. Till now I had relied on the GE FXUTC filters that HD carried. This one specifically says 'Fits in place of GE replacement filter C (FXUTC)' but the purple plastic rings are wider than the FXUTC. As a result it did not fit correctly in my filter cartridge (OmniFilter). I removed one of the purple rings (just twist and pull) and then placed that side to the bottom of the filter including the black rubber ring. At this point, I could tighten the cartridge top back on and got some water flowing. I just don't know how well water gets filtered with this modification. I've now ordered the GE filters online.
Date published: 2016-01-23
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