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Grohe Blue Water, pure and fresh water

Grohe Blue Water, pure and fresh water

GROHE Blue Pure is the alternative for purified, still water straight from your kitchen faucet.Using the unique GROHE Blue filter technology it turns ordinary tap water into fresh water, removing all of the substances that can impair its taste.

Finished in GROHE StarLight chrome, the faucet has separate internal waterways – one for filtered water and the other for unfiltered water. GROHE Blue filter cartridge can purify up to 600 litres of water and can be replaced in just a few steps. It delivers a pure, refreshing taste experience with no aftertaste of heavy metals, limescale or chlorine.

The taste of water

A representative survey which asked consumers to taste GROHE Blue water alongside three leading still mineral waters came to the conclusion that GROHE Blue water has a much better taste. 73% of the consumers surveyed assessed the taste of GROHE Blue water as “fresh”. Only 63% of those surveyed assessed the mineral waters as having a fresh taste.

But GROHE Blue water doesn’t just taste great by itself: it also gives coffee and tea a much more refined and intensive taste.

Fresh and simple

The unique GROHE Blue water systems deliver fresh, great-tasting filtered water from the convenience of your kitchen faucet whenever you want it – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. An LED display on the faucet handle indicates when the water filter needs to be changed. The light flashes when the filter capacity is less than 10%. The filter lasts up to 12 months, has a capacity of 792 gallons and can be adjusted to the hardness of the water.

Two separate internal waterways – one for filtered water and the other for unfiltered water – and an innovative mousseur ensure that once the water has been filtered it never comes into contact with anything that may taint its taste.

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