From that Brita, a new model of pot type water purifier "Navelia Fruit Edition" was released on October 5th. The author, who was the first to get a new product, has a good opportunity to compare the usability with the "Requery" currently in use.
Navelia is a diamond-shaped pot designed to suit the Japanese refrigerator situation. In this fruit edition, a fruit pattern with a watercolor touch is drawn on the lid. In addition, the Navelia top lid is hard to come off, avoiding the brita (?) That the lid comes off when pouring and causes a catastrophe.
The size of the requery is 28 x 21.5 x 11.1 cm. The total capacity is 2.2L and the capacity of the water purification department is 1.1L. On the other hand, the size of Navelia is 26.5 x 21.8 x 11.3 cm. The total capacity is 2.3L, and the capacity of the water purification unit is 1.3L, which is slightly larger. Both types of filter media are activated carbon, and there is no big difference in water purification speed. Both models also have an LCD electronic indicator on the top to let you know when to replace the cartridge.
In addition, Navelia is designed with a wide filtration part and spout, and water comes out vigorously.
It fits in the refrigerator like this. Navelia is wider, but you can also put mayonnaise in the gap.
Navelia seems to be dominant so far, but it is definitely a requery for ease of pouring. Since the distance from the handle to the spout is short and the burden on the hand is small, I think this is easier to handle for children and people with weak power. I'm a very common woman in her thirties, but when I had a Navelia full of water, my arms were a little fluffy.
The two models compared this time are easy to fit in the refrigerator, but depending on the purpose and frequency of use, please consider a large-capacity type with a water purification part of 2L. Either way, it's a good idea to pick up the real thing when welcoming you to your new home. I can't even have two, so I'll continue to use the indigenous Britney.