Soma 10-Cup Pitcher with Bamboo Handle
We love how versatile this pitcher is: One minute, it’s hard at work filtering chemicals and smells from your water; the next, it’s gracefully serving guests at the table (in fact, we love it so much, we use it in the office, too!). Its Nordic-inspired design, from the white oak handle to the minimal, gently-curved lines, is right at home on your countertop or next to the roast at dinner. So let’s get into the nitty-gritty science part: Sometimes tap water doesn't smell or taste very good and old pipes can release mercury, copper and zinc. Soma filters that out, plus any chlorine that's been added to control microbes. The result? Refreshingly pure, delicious-tasting water—nothing more. And to top it off? It’ll hold 10 cups but also fit perfectly in your fridge.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Jenny Huang
Details & Materials +-
10-Cup Pitcher: BPA-free plastic, sustainable bamboo handle, filter made from 65% plant-based, renewable materials.
Filters: Certified sustainable activated coconut shell carbon, ion exchange. Plant-based sugar cane.
10-Cup Pitcher: 9" L x 6" D x 10.5" H; Can hold 10 cups of water
Filters: Each set comes with 4 replacement filters bundled into two packs. One pack measures 4.89" L x 2.58" W x 3.17" H. Filters need to be replaced every 2 months (or 40 gallons of water)
Care & Notes +-
10-Cup Pitcher: Hand wash. Apply mineral oil to handle when needed. Remove filter before washing. Includes one filter.
Filters: Soak your new filter laying flat in cold water for 15 minutes. Rinse it under running water for 10 seconds. Align filter and push firmly into place in your Pitcher. Put the lid back on.
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