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Camco TastePURE KDF/Carbon Water Filter

Camco TastePURE KDF/Carbon Water Filter

Description

The Camco TastePURE KDF/Carbon Water Filter reduces bad taste, odor, chlorine and sediment in drinking water.

Features

  • Larger capacity RV water filter lasts an entire season
  • High-flow carbon filter with KDF to help prevent bacteria growth
  • Flexible hose protector to minimize kinking that could impede water flow
List Price
$29.88
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$21.51
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Camco TastePURE RV Water Filter with Flexible Hose Protector reduces bad taste, odor, chlorine and sediment in drinking water with a 100 micron fiber filter.

Larger capacity filter lasts an entire season. Durable in-line, exterior mount filter has a wider body to increase flow.

Features:

  • Larger capacity RV water filter lasts an entire season
  • Greatly reduces bad taste, odors, chlorine and sediment in drinking water
  • 100 micron filter
  • High-flow carbon filter with KDF to help prevent bacteria growth
  • CSA low lead content certified and complies with California's AB1953 and Vermont Act 193 Low Lead Laws


Includes:

  • Flexible hose protector to minimize kinking that could impede water flow
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Camco TastePURE KDF/Carbon Water Filter 40043 TastePURE KDF/carbon water filter with flexible hose protector
$21.51
In Stock

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