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Natural mineral water
Bottled at source in Buxton, Derbyshire
As pure as nature intended



Think that should read £4.33
- crazylegs
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4 Likes #1
It's just water!!!
4 Likes #2
What a daft comment. It's mineral water which is quite expensive and this is a good price for Buxton.
Heat added.
3 Likes #3
joyf4536
It's just water!!!

go drink from your toilet bowl. Thats JUST WATER too
#4
HOT HOT HOT... never thought would buy water from amazon :)
3 Likes #5
Get a water filter. Buying bottled water is for muppets.
4 Likes #6
Filtered water is not an alternative to mineral water.
I am a mineral water buying muppet and I'm proud of it!!
2 Likes #7
So, they 'ship' 24 bottles of water? MADNESS!
#8
gordon999
joyf4536
It's just water!!!

go drink from your toilet bowl. Thats JUST WATER too


The water that goes in to your WC is from the same source as your kitchen tap
#9
its ok, but tesco has nestle water 12 x500ml for £2.00
2 Likes #10
joyf4536
gordon999
joyf4536
It's just water!!!

go drink from your toilet bowl. Thats JUST WATER too


The water that goes in to your WC is from the same source as your kitchen tap

did i say it wasn't. So go DRINK AWAY
#11
thanks heat given bought 2.
#12
Likewise. Heat. Ordered 3. Must cost more to deliver lol
#13
I hate taste of this water, better is to buy Evian 12 botels 500ml for a £2 at Morrison oO
#14
I do love those funny shaped Botels of water, especially the 500ml ones! :p
#15
Siansbury's £1.49 for 8 so 4p more for 24 if your really thirsty and feel sorry for the post man. :)
#16
#17
You do realise that you pay for the water that comes out of your tap, right? It isn't collected, purified and pumped to your pipes for free.
1 Like #18
I recommend you all watch:
BBC: The Foods That Make Billions Ep1 Liquid Gold (The Water Industry)

Might make you thnk about the pointlessness of having your Postman deliver 24 Bottles of Water in plastic bottles to your door. (Don't be so bloody selfish!) The Bottled Water Industry It's a real eye opener. Well worth watching. Nestle and Danone
Also recommend investigating where your Water comes from, if your in the Midlands, you get your Water from the Welsh Mountains - just as good as Buxton! (especially after its sat on a shelf for 6 months in a plastic bottle)

Part1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsP6cMRC5LM
Part2/1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJ7hwrcohmg
Part2/2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXpTSQek4S
Part3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHg0qhkS6Ng



Edited By: tightar5e on Jun 18, 2011 10:15
#19
tightar5e
I recommend you all watch:
BBC: The Foods That Make Billions Ep1 Liquid Gold (The Water Industry)

Might make you thnk about the pointlessness of having your Postman deliver 24 Bottles of Water in plastic bottles to your door. (Don't be so bloody selfish!) The Bottled Water Industry It's a real eye opener. Well worth watching. Nestle and Danube.
Also recommend investigating where your Water comes from, if your in the Midlands, you get your Water from the Welsh Mountains - just as good as Buxton! (especially after its sat on a shelf for 6 months in a plastic bottle)

Part1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsP6cMRC5LM
Part2/1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJ7hwrcohmg
Part2/2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXpTSQek4S
Part3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHg0qhkS6Ng


Not the postman its couriered to your door, 24 bottles is far to heavy for the postman to deliver!

Only certain parts of the midlands have there water supplied by Welsh water company!

And yes we all know about bottled water from standpipes! Please no more old news..

Buxton isn't from a standpipe so doesn't apply here..
banned 1 Like #20
This is always posted, been this price for ages, i ordered 10 cases, 2 weeks ago, my delivery date set for 1st july now.

Still a good price though, ofcourse.

For this price, it will probably be watered down. :p

Edited By: dvhendo on Jun 18, 2011 10:39
#21
Thats pretty expensive.
My local tescos regularly does these for 2.99 for 24. Only time i buy them.
The rest of the time i just put my tapwater through this

Bobble Bottle
#22
Courier or Postman - same pointless exercise for them to deliver it. And how's this a money saving deal? If it is , its a totally unnecessary one.

@crazylegs, the programme has nothing to do with bottled water from standpipes - its about the biggest producers: Danone and Nestle.
Synopsis Here:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00w8cll

Pretty sure that bottled water has been sitting on shelving rack upto for six months (potentially sitting next to chemicals, and other nasties). Plastics can absorb chemicals.

'Only certain parts of the midland have there water supplied by Welsh Water Company'

Its actually Supplied by Severn Trent Water (not Welsh Water) to Birmingham, via 100 mile Aquaduct From Elan Valley that the Victorians Built. 100 Million gallons a day. Wolverhampton gets their water Mostly from Boreholes (which is also used for quite a lot of beer production in Wolverhampton - Bank's for example).

If you drink Bank's beer - your drinking 'tap water', its main constituent. (And most other beers for that matter)







Edited By: tightar5e on Jun 18, 2011 11:07: ed
1 Like #23
Gone up to £12.83 now..... damn i missed it. Good deal if you could get it - from a proud bottled water drinker who knows what chemicals they put in the water we have through the pipes!
banned 1 Like #24
Guccigirl_3
Gone up to £12.83 now..... damn i missed it. Good deal if you could get it - from a proud bottled water drinker who knows what chemicals they put in the water we have through the pipes!


it hasnt gone up, amazon just dont have any left on pre-order, as its now sold by fuzion.

Yes the chemicals in our water is put in by the government to brain wash us all into believing paying tax is good for you. lol.
#26
I might start selling "Dehydrated water" to you lot..... no nasty chemicals, just add water.
3 Likes #27
To all the 'proud bottled water drinkers' out there. What exactly are you proud of? The unnecessary packaging you're all creating? The multinationals you're making rich? I don't get it. What do you suppose are the benefits of drinking bottled water? Is it better for you than tap water? I'd imagine all the pensioners on here who have never touched a bottle of water would find it hilarious. You'll all be buying cylinders of compressed air next, bottled at source at the top of a windswept cliff somehwere picturesque.
3 Likes #28
I knew mankind wouldn't let me down, here you go, you gullible fools.....
http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles18/295650/projects/1215547/5423bd093e99c395ddf2f1842a8ad664.jpg

Edited By: craigstephens on Jun 18, 2011 14:02: .
#29
dvhendo
ITS BACK!!

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FBuxton-Still-Mineral-Water-Pack%2Fdp%2FB0006TLA3G%2Fref%3Dpd_cp_grocery_1]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Buxton-Still-Mineral-Water-Pack/dp/B0006TLA3G/ref=pd_cp_grocery_1[/url]



But as pointed out before the deal has already been posted a few weeks ago .
1 Like #30
philmitchell
dvhendo
ITS BACK!!

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FBuxton-Still-Mineral-Water-Pack%2Fdp%2FB0006TLA3G%2Fref%3Dpd_cp_grocery_1]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Buxton-Still-Mineral-Water-Pack/dp/B0006TLA3G/ref=pd_cp_grocery_1[/url]

But as pointed out before the deal has already been posted a few weeks ago .

Yeah, but there's no harm in reminding folk how to waste money, eh?
2 Likes #31
craigstephens
To all the 'proud bottled water drinkers' out there. What exactly are you proud of? The unnecessary packaging you're all creating? The multinationals you're making rich? I don't get it. What do you suppose are the benefits of drinking bottled water? Is it better for you than tap water? I'd imagine all the pensioners on here who have never touched a bottle of water would find it hilarious. You'll all be buying cylinders of compressed air next, bottled at source at the top of a windswept cliff somehwere picturesque.

I drink it because I'm in a fluoridated water area. It's a controversial topic, but while the government continues mass medication I'll stick to my bottled water.
#32
Hyperdrive
craigstephens
To all the 'proud bottled water drinkers' out there. What exactly are you proud of? The unnecessary packaging you're all creating? The multinationals you're making rich? I don't get it. What do you suppose are the benefits of drinking bottled water? Is it better for you than tap water? I'd imagine all the pensioners on here who have never touched a bottle of water would find it hilarious. You'll all be buying cylinders of compressed air next, bottled at source at the top of a windswept cliff somehwere picturesque.
I drink it because I'm in a fluoridated water area. It's a controversial topic, but while the government continues mass medication I'll stick to my bottled water.

Mass medication! Lol, what ever, I suppose you believe the moon landings never happened, Diana was murdered by the Queen and Bin Laden's still alive. I've yet to hear of anyone dying from fluoride poisoning caused by their water supply, so I'll stick to my nice, cold, fresh and (almost) free corporation pop.
2 Likes #33
craigstephens
Mass medication! Lol, what ever

Fluoride is being introduced to the water supply with the intent of preventing disease. How does mass mediction not fit with this?

craigstephens
I suppose you believe the moon landings never happened, Diana was murdered by the Queen and Bin Laden's still alive.

eh? When did water fluoridation become a crackpot theory.

craigstephens
I've yet to hear of anyone dying from fluoride poisoning caused by their water supply, so I'll stick to my nice, cold, fresh and (almost) free corporation pop.

Well it sounds like you're well read and knowledgable enough on the issue to have made an informed decision. And artificially fluoridated water is only provided to around 5.5 million people in the UK, so you'll probably be okay. The scientists can't agree whether it's harmful anyway. (_;)
1 Like #34
ordered 4, take that all you environmental freaks :p
#35
We've got great water in our area, tap water is just fine.
But when I visited London and Manchester, the water there was absolutely vile, so I can see why some people buy it. But people who get perfectly good water at home buying this is just plain stupid.
1 Like #36
tightar5e
I recommend you all watch:
BBC: The Foods That Make Billions Ep1 Liquid Gold (The Water Industry)

Might make you thnk about the pointlessness of having your Postman deliver 24 Bottles of Water in plastic bottles to your door. (Don't be so bloody selfish!) The Bottled Water Industry It's a real eye opener. Well worth watching. Nestle and Danone
Also recommend investigating where your Water comes from, if your in the Midlands, you get your Water from the Welsh Mountains - just as good as Buxton! (especially after its sat on a shelf for 6 months in a plastic bottle)

Part1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsP6cMRC5LM
Part2/1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJ7hwrcohmg
Part2/2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXpTSQek4S
Part3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHg0qhkS6Ng



YOU MEAN MY TAP WATER IS WELSH!

That must be why I found a leak in a pipe last week.
#37
thanks will be mqking an order
#38
Vegito
You do realise that you pay for the water that comes out of your tap, right? It isn't collected, purified and pumped to your pipes for free.


It is here :)
#39
£2 for 12 in Asda.........
#40
alcopop
its ok, but tesco has nestle water 12 x500ml for £2.00


Buxton is made by Nestle.

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