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SOMA 6-Cup Pitcher (White)

$68.90 $49.90

Designed to fit your lifestyle and help you stay hydrated. The pitcher holds 6-cups (1.4 litres) of crisp, refreshing filtered water, and is made of shatterproof, BPA-free plastic, in a beautiful space-saving design.

Category SKU:: SOMA-106-V1-WHT Availability: In Stock
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Description

Same Soma style, now in a compact size.

THE SOMA FILTER 2.0. CERTIFIED BETTER.

Our new Soma Filter is even better because it removes heavy metals like mercury, in addition to chlorine. It’s made from 65% plant based and renewable materials, which means a lower carbon footprint.

A HANDLE WITH CARE

Every detail of the Soma Pitcher has been thoughtfully designed, from the easy to grasp sustainable white oak handle to its compact fridge friendly size.

EASY TO FILL, EASY TO LOVE

Hold the pitcher under the faucet and the lid door automatically opens for filling.

Product Details

MATERIALS

  • RESERVOIR BPA-free plastic
  • PITCHER BPA-free plastic
  • HANDLE Sustainable white oak
  • FILTER 65% plant-based, renewable materials

Filtration

  • nsf standard 53 and 42 certified
  • LIFETIME Lasts 150 litres
  • Filtered Mercury, Copper, Chlorine, taste and odor, Zinc, Copper

DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITY

  • Volume 6 cups, 1.4 litres.
  • Width 11.4cm
  • Height 26.7cm
  • Depth 22.9cm

CARE

  • Hand wash. Apply mineral oil to handle when needed. Remove filter before washing.

Filters by SOMA

How it works

STEP 1

Hydrate responsibly.

STEP 2

Replace with fresh filter every two months.

STEP 3

Rinse and refresh.

The world's most beautiful water filter.

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Give water. Give life.

Imagine if every time you drank a glass of water, you were worried it might make you sick. That’s the situation for many people in many countries in the world. And that’s what we’re working to change with charity-water.

Every time you buy a Soma filter, Soma will donate to charity-water. This donation will go directly to building clean, safe wells in rural areas, that will lead to vast reduction in waterborne illnesses.