Grade C-
Cost Performance
NSF 42/53/401
100 gal

Full system NSF Certified to Standards 42, 53, and 401. Certified to reduce over 60 other contaminants. Short filter life lasts 100 gallons. System has the capability to connect to smartphone to track water consumption, filter usage and more.


From the manufacturer

The new Bluetooth®-enabled Ultimate Faucet Filtration System tracks your water consumption, filter usage and more straight from your smartphone. With tool-free installation, its sleek design provides a nice addition to any kitchen while the new CleanSensor™ Monitor visibly indicates filter status, making it easy to get healthy, great-tasting water straight from your faucet.


From the manufacturer

  • Certified to remove 99% of Lead and over 70 other contaminants, including 96% of Mercury and 92% of certain pesticides
  • Syncs with your smartphone to track water consumption, filter usage and more through a free downloadable app
  • Includes one MineralClear® Filter
  • Compatible with standard faucets. Will not work with pull-out or handheld faucets.


Changing your water filter regularly is crucial when it comes to removing contaminants, because a clean filter means clean water. It is recommended that faucet filters be replaced every 100 gallons or every three months to maintain maximum contaminant removal.


  • SKU: PFM800HX
  • Color: Chrome
  • Dimensions: 6.75W x 2.875H x 5.25L
  • Warranty: 2 Year Limited Warranty


Customer Rating: 3.4 out of 5

Number of Reviews: 1257

1.0 out of 5 stars
Water allowed through filter even when OFF. PIA having to return known defective housing
June 12, 2017
Color: Chrome | Verified Purchase
Lasted just a few months before it started to leak. The water diverter switch allowed a steady stream water (including very hot water) to flow through the filter even when in the "off" position.Shortest period a Pur filter has ever lasted for me.

Even though this is a known defect with this model, I was required to return it to them at my cost to get a replacement. Pur used to be good at replacing filter housings realizing that the money was in the filters but not any more. Now they want the broken/defective ones shipped back at customer's cost. Must be costing them a fortune in hazmat disposal fees while not reducing the replacement orders very much. Some consultant must have got paid a fortune to come up with the bright idea. Want fewer returns/replacements Helen of Troy? Make them better! Your money is in the filters! Be like Gillette and "give away" the handles (housings)!

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