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Sprite Industries SLB-SN Slim-Line All-Brass Universal Shower Head Filter

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Enjoy a fresher, cleaner shower with the SLB-SN shower filter from Sprite! Part of Sprite's new Slim-Line of universal shower head filters, the SLB-SN features a low profile design and boasts an elegant satin nickel finish with an all-brass cartridge chamber that's sure to complement just about any bathroom.

This filter features patented ShowerX filtration technology that completely neutralizes contaminants such as rust, chlorine, and sodium hypochlorite from your shower water. Cleaner showers result in less build-up on showers and tiles as well as softer skin and hair!

The Sprite SLB-SN Slim-Line shower filter uses the SLC replacement cartridge which lasts approximately six months. Also available are two other color options -- polished chrome and polished brass. To purchase this filter with the matching showerhead, see the Sprite SLB-SNA showerhead/filter combination pack.

  • Model: SLB-SN
  • UPC: 741517105603
  • Product Type: Universal Shower Filter
  • Product Dimensions: L: 5.00" x W: 4.00" x H: 4.00"
  • Product Weight: 3.00 lbs.
  • Product Color: Satin Nickel
  • Application: Satin nickel shower filter removes contaminants such as chlorine, rust, and sodium hypochlorite
  • Warranty: 5 year manufacturer warranty
  • Construction: Metal
  • Contaminants Removed: Chlorine ,
  • Filter Life: 6 months or 5,000 gallons
  • Compatible Showerhead Models: Universal shower filter
  • Also available in polished brass and polished chrome finishes
  • Blends in with other metal shower fixtures
  • Compact style offers powerful filtration performance
  • Extends the shower head by only 1 inch
  • Replaceable cartridge filter lasts up to 5,000 gallons or six months
  • Totally neutralizes chlorine and other contaminants

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