Berkey Base™ (Travel & Big Berkey Stainless Systems)

SKU: MEDBASE

£46.90

  Berkey Water Filter Stand  (Travel and Big Berkey Stainless Systems)   Gravity Filters are often positioned with their taps over the counter edge to allow the filling of a glass. However there are many situations where this is not convenient and not everyone wants to balance them on some old books and hope for …... More description

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Berkey Water Filter Stand  (Travel and Big Berkey Stainless Systems)

 

Gravity Filters are often positioned with their taps over the counter edge to allow the filling of a glass. However there are many situations where this is not convenient and not everyone wants to balance them on some old books and hope for the best! The Berkey Water Filter Stand is a practical, well made and stylish answer  making a useful addition to the filter set-up.

The Berkey polished stainless steel wire stand has a height of 15cm and allows you to easily fit a glass or cup under the spigot. The feet are made of a non-marking, non-marring rubber that is bonded to the stand for added durability and stability.

The ideal complement to your Berkey water filter

Also suitable for use with the Coldstream Sentry

 

Specifications

Model Berkey Base for Big Berkey
SKU MEDBASE
Brand Berkey
Filter Parameter No
In Depth The Berkey polished stainless steel wire stand has a height of 15cm and allows you to easily fit a glass or cup under the spigot. The feet are made of a non-marking, non-marring rubber that is bonded to the stand for added durability and stability. The stands are available in 4 sizes, designed to fit each Berkey stainless steel system.

Stand – diameter: 21cm.

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