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nicks

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#195668 29-Apr-2016 09:12
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Does anyone know of physical stores in Auckland stocking F&P water filter cartridges? I haven't had any joy with the likes of Noel Leeming. I'd rather go to a store and pick one up today (tick it off the to-do list) than muck around with an online order from F&P, and in any event many of the online retailers seem to ship from offshore and / or sell non-genuine filters.

 

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robjg63
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  #1543861 29-Apr-2016 09:47
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We have a Bosch Fridge with chilled water dispenser.

 

The official filter is supposed to be replaced every 6 months and cost over $100.

 

We just put a third party filter in the water line and it lasts a couple of years and cost about $60.

 

But rather than try the appliance retailers have you tried one of the filter suppliers - just buy online and get it sent to you:

 

I used this place http://www.nzfilterwarehouse.com/ (fast and efficient service) - but not sure if they have parts listed that will suit your fridge (I am assuming thats what you have)

 

or there is this place

 

http://www.filteroutletstore.co.nz/page/199267/shopping/shopping-plusB.html?find_groupid=40640

 

They have some filters on that page that are supposed to be F&P compatible.

 

 

 

 

 

water filter cartridges cost a crazy amount - something 





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  #1543865 29-Apr-2016 09:54
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Or, Call F&P - they are in Highbrook and may sell from there. 0800FPCARE I think.


nicks

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  #1543966 29-Apr-2016 11:49
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Thanks for the replies. I got lucky at Harvey Norman who bizarrely are selling them at about $10 under RRP.

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