According to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), millions of Americans consume water polluted with pesticides, heavy metals, and arsenic. Consequently, the United States faces the growing challenge of ensuring a safe water supply for communities.
It is common knowledge that water contaminants pose risks to human health. So, what is the most viable protection from drinking these water contaminants? Upgrading the domestic water supply and making household water safe for drinking seems to be the most feasible answer. Due to this, many home water purification systems are available on the market. The faucet water filters are among the most convenient ones to install and use. They also meet the water requirements of a whole family.

Why Use A Faucet Water Filter?

Faucet water filters provide extra advantages over other water filter systems, including minimal installation and maintenance effort, high-performance water purification, and so on.

Tap Water Contaminants Reduction

Faucet filtration systems deliver water suitable for various purposes. For example, you can use the water to make coffee, wash fruit, brush your teeth, and wash your face. The filtration system filters out suspended pollutants, algae, insects, and rust. It also effectively removes chemicals, pesticides, heavy metals, odor, and taste.

Plastic Bottled Water Consumption Reduction

Faucet water filters minimize the usage of plastic water bottles and, consequently, the associated cost spent on bottled water. Many people purchasing bottled water feel they are buying a high-quality product. Unfortunately, bottled mineral water has higher TDS levels than tap water. The water has a higher concentration of chemicals if it sits inside the bottle for long.

No Installation Scenarios are Necessary

Faucet water filters are the most common types of countertop filters out there. Installing a faucet filter is seamless; you can easily connect it to an existing faucet in your kitchen sink. Furthermore, faucet water filters stand out from other countertop water filters because they offer unlimited filtered water.

Budget Friendliness

Faucet water filters are more budget-friendly compared to other water filtration systems. Despite their lower costs, this type of water filter is able to make your tap water fit for drinking.

Waterdrop Faucet Water Filter Replacement

Not all faucet water filters meet direct drinking water standards. In addition, not all replacement filters perform excellently well compared to the original. Following are Waterdrop’s replacement faucet water filters for several prevailing faucet filtration systems of the moment.

Waterdrop’s Replacement For Brita® Faucet Water Filter


Part number: WD-7027W
Compatible models: Brita® faucet filter replacement:
36311/36313/FF-100/FR-200 replacement filter;
Brita® 36312/36314 chrome faucet filter
Fits all Brita® tap water filter systems:
Brita® Basic Tap Water Filter System;
Brita® 10060258356189 35618 Tap Water Filtration System;
Brita® 7540545 On Tap Faucet Filter System;
Brita® COMINHKR063772 Tap Water Filtration System.
Filter life: 4 months or 100 gallons
Product dimensions: 5.35 × 5.2 × 2.52 inches
Item weight: 8.8 ounces

Key Features

● Perfect match

Waterdrop’s replacement for Brita® faucet water filters is a 100% match with the original brand faucets.

● Top-grade filtration media

Waterdrop replacement for Brita® filter relies on natural coconut carbon block. Therefore, this filter rids tap water of rust, sand, and sediments, while reducing bad taste and odor.

● Retains beneficial minerals

Waterdrop 7027W faucet water filter is made from BPA-free, lead-free, and food-grade material. While reducing contaminants, the Waterdrop water filter replacement retains minerals beneficial to your health and helpful for revitalizing your body.

● Consistent water flow

The Waterdrop faucet water filter has a rapid and efficient filtration process. Consequently, the filter provides premium filtered water with a consistent water flow.

● Reduces cost

The Waterdrop’s replacement for Brita® faucet filter has a service life of 4 months. Therefore, you only need three units of the filter in one year. This saves you money compared to spending on bottled water.

Waterdrop Replacement for Pur® Faucet Water Filter


Part number: WD-RF-9999
Compatible models: Interchangeable with PUR® RF-9999® water filter; Fits for PFM100B, PFM450S, FM-3333, FM-9400B, FM-3700B, FM-2000B, FM-9000B, FM-4000B, FM-4100B, FM-2500V, FM-3400B, PFM350V, Pur-0A1, FM-9600, PFM150W, PFM400H, PFM-270G, PFM800HX, FM-9600 and more models.
For use with PUR® Advanced Faucet Mounts and PUR® Advanced Plus Faucet Mounts.
Certifications: NSF42 & 372
Filter life: 3 months or 100 gallons
Product dimensions: 7.8 × 5.1 × 2.6 inches
Item weight: 12.8 ounces

Key Features

● NSF 42 & 372 Certified

Waterdrop’s Pur® faucet water filter replacement is NSF 42 certified for the reduction of bad taste, odor, and chlorine. The filter also has the NSF 372 certification, which demonstrates that it is made from lead-free materials and provides users with a safe and reliable drinking experience.

● Remarkable filtration

Waterdrop’s replacement for PUR® RF-9999® uses high-quality coconut activated carbon block, which can reduce heavy metals, lead, taste and odor, sediment, rust, and other harmful substances, and leave minerals beneficial to the human body in the water, allowing you to drink healthily.

● Leak-free fit

The Waterdrop faucet filter WD-RF-9999 is a perfect alternative to the original. You do not need tools to install this filter; it is easy to install and operate.

● Various ways of use

Waterdrop’s replacement for the Pur® faucet water filter provides water for various uses. Whether it’s drinking, cooking, brewing coffee, or making tea, you deserve to have refreshing and delicious water. The water from the filter brings out the true beverage flavor and meets users’ needs.

● Long service life

It is best to replace the water filter every 3 months to enjoy freshwater. The specific use time for the filter depends on the area’s water quality.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do I need to remove the filter before descaling the equipment?

Yes. It is best to remove the filter before descaling. In addition, check the filter for integrity and replace it with a new one if necessary.

Q: If I do not change the filter every 3 or 4 months, can this damage the system?

Yes. Replacing the filter according to its lifespan is ideal. Also, if the water flow reduces or there is heavy sediment or rust, kindly replace the filter. Leaving the filter for long will fatigue and degrade its performance.

Q: Why does my water have black specks, or why does it taste funny?

The water filter is made from the purest carbon blocks. During shipping, the filter bounces around, making some carbon granules loose from the block. The little carbon granules are also known as fines. Before using water filters from the market, it is best to carry out preliminary flushing to reduce carbon fines. Sometimes, you will need to flush the system more than once, especially if you have scale or lime water. In addition, it is best to flush the systems if you go on a vacation and do not use filtered water for several days. Flushing reduces any stagnant water.

To Round Up

Different from other home water filtration systems, faucet water filters do not require as much expense or maintenance, allowing you to enjoy clean water without waiting. The blog Best Way to Purify Your Tap Water can help you learn more.
*It is essential to note that Waterdrop’s replacement faucet water filter is a compatible spare part. The filter is not the original product. The manufacturers’ names and part numbers are only used for reference purposes.