Leak free, rust free and charcoal filters keep odors down. Easy to clean, too.
Uses two filter, but at least they're cheap. Ceramic is environmentally friendly, but also heavier than competing, metal and plastic units.
Easy to conceal, odor free and rust resistant. Great price, too, and comes with four replacement filters.
A new package of replacement filters costs just a little bit less than the whole unit. Will have to empty often because it's small.
Leak free and low odor. Easy to carry and empty, too. Small enough to hide in kitchen.
A little on the small side and uses two filters. Comes with no replacement filters, but new ones are inexpensive.
Solid construction, easy to clean, leak resistant and odor free.
Relatively on the small side in terms of capacity.
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