Arrow Plastic 00747 Compact Beverage Container, 3-Quart - just under 3 litres £14.70 delivered @ amazon.com - HotUKDeals
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Arrow Plastic 00747 Compact Beverage Container, 3-Quart - just under 3 litres £14.70 delivered @ amazon.com

£14.70 @ Amazon US
Its important to health that we drink more water- We all like iced cold water - but tap water (or filtered water) isn't ice cold. Bottled water is expensive - this helps solve the problem - a compa… Read More
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11m, 5d agoFound 11 months, 5 days ago
Its important to health that we drink more water-

We all like iced cold water - but tap water (or filtered water) isn't ice cold. Bottled water is expensive - this helps solve the problem - a compact container for the fridge - 11 x 2.8 x 9 inches

A US 3 quart (just under 3 litres) container with handy handle and large screw top lid and a tap.

They are over £45 EACH on amazon.co.uk - please see link below.

→ At £14.70 this deal is under £15.00 so NO VAT or import / Post Office admin surprises

• Durable and compact beverage container to fit into many spaces

• Built in handle for easy carrying

• Large opening so filling up, adding ice etc Is simple and easy

• Fill with your favorite beverage, water, iced tea, juice or powdered drink mix

• BPA Free ☚

• Made in the USA

Stay healthy drink more - ice - cold water.!!
deany76 Avatar
11m, 5d agoFound 11 months, 5 days ago
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Seems quite small but ordered anyway, thanks.
BTW, 41 quid, no way.
#3
Deal now back on.
#4
Didn't this thread used to have more posts?
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dinosteveus
Didn't this thread used to have more posts?
Hi
I ordered three and two delivered today. So far VERY impressed.
The size I dont think is a problem as any larger would take up a lot
of 'fridge real estate' no leaks - handle with care.
I have posted a query on amazon.com about the advice the manufacturers give on leaving lid loose. Surely some masking tape and a 8 bit drill hole and would solve any vaccum problem? - not that I can tell any yet on inital tests.
So far BRILLIANT.

Edited By: deany76 on Aug 27, 2016 22:41: -
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edit:
Just drilled in the centre of the lid (there is a handy dimple on the lid) with a '10' bit (for wood) and a bit of sandpaper to smooth the egdes so far much better but will report back.
2nd edit
now flows perfectly till nearly empty

Edited By: deany76 on Aug 29, 2016 09:32: -

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