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Bobble filter water bottle 550ml add on item £3.00 at Amazon

£3.00 @ Amazon
Thought this was a good price, usually £8.99 and £5.00 for the filter! Read More
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11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago
Thought this was a good price, usually £8.99 and £5.00 for the filter!
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11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Had one of these, the water started tasting awful after a few uses. The carbon filter had crumbled into the water. Then again, I did buy it for 97p as a warehouse deal.
1 Like #2
They sell them at tesco 'so same price , you need to change filters after 10gallons , filters cost £1.50 at tesco's too. But I just get Evian best bottled water available.
#3
the filter was posted on here for £1.50 @tesco
11 Likes #4
saying that though tap water is free and hasn't done me any harm in 30+ years
#5
Fo3
Had one of these, the water started tasting awful after a few uses. The carbon filter had crumbled into the water. Then again, I did buy it for 97p as a warehouse deal.


back of the pack does instruct to squirt out first bottle full in order to allow the carbon to be removed. Work perfectly after this
1 Like #6
MaxRazor
They sell them at tesco 'so same price , you need to change filters after 10gallons , filters cost £1.50 at tesco's too. But I just get Evian best bottled water available.

The purpose of this bottle is to stop the waste associated with bottled water. Do the environment a favour will you!
5 Likes #7
paneds
saying that though tap water is free and hasn't done me any harm in 30+ years


Have you looked in the mirror lately? https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/bc/89/2b/bc892bedfd5d9a6870c2ad4e3b353e14.jpg
#8
I paid 8 quid for one at tesco so this is hot.
They are pretty flimsy mines looking beat up already. Probs not worth 8 but I'd pay this much for another one.
1 Like #9
I've gone through a few of these over the years hopeing they would have improved the design/build each time. Of about 5 bottles I've had, every one has leaked. Looking at the recent reviews this is still a problem...
1 Like #10
cb_scavenger
Fo3
Had one of these, the water started tasting awful after a few uses. The carbon filter had crumbled into the water. Then again, I did buy it for 97p as a warehouse deal.
back of the pack does instruct to squirt out first bottle full in order to allow the carbon to be removed. Work perfectly after this

Yeah this. First couple of squirts are grey colour as the filter activates. Mine's been fine for months.
#11
Also - water only. Don't try squash. It clogs it up.
1 Like #12
Turret
I've gone through a few of these over the years hopeing they would have improved the design/build each time. Of about 5 bottles I've had, every one has leaked. Looking at the recent reviews this is still a problem...


I'm curious as to why you'd still buy or use them if you have had problems and if you feel the design needs improving.

I have used these for a few years now - first the 1l one and then this. I have never had a problem with them.
#13
I used this once when they first came out, I had to squeeze the bottle super hard to get enough water out of it. Ended up with pain in my hands. Prefer using a Brita water filter and then filling a protein shaker with it. Can drink water naturally without having to pulverise it with your hands to get good enough flew rate.

I've tried a few different bottles as I thought it may be I was just unlucky but they were equally rubbish.

I asked other users whether there was any consensus with my view and they agreed.
#14
You all realise that they put tap water through carbon filters at point of treatment...? No need for this snake oil?
1 Like #15
ws007
paneds
saying that though tap water is free and hasn't done me any harm in 30+ years
Have you looked in the mirror lately? https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/bc/89/2b/bc892bedfd5d9a6870c2ad4e3b353e14.jpg
Hmmm - what I'm taking away from that picture is that drinking tap water will make you live to a ripe old age :)
2 Likes #16
Or you could buy the green one for £60.33 oO
1 Like #17
Just bought this from Tesco £3
#18
Tesco Carrickfergus: £2 for the bottle; £1.50 for the filters.
Can't taste the difference.... waste of £2
1 Like #19
heat bought for 60.33
#20
do these change the ph of the water aswell
#21
Found these take too long to get through the filter.
#22
All gone now?
#23
MaxRazor
They sell them at tesco 'so same price , you need to change filters after 10gallons , filters cost £1.50 at tesco's too. But I just get Evian best bottled water available.


That's a matter of opinion, I don't like Evian, much prefer Buxton, Highland spring or Harrogate spring lol
#24
I wish I hadn't ignored other people's advice when they told me these aren't very good. I bought one at full price, £6 or so. They're really hard to use and you have to really suck the top to get any water out. Mine is confined to the back of the cupboard now.
#25
CardboardCutout
MaxRazor
They sell them at tesco 'so same price , you need to change filters after 10gallons , filters cost £1.50 at tesco's too. But I just get Evian best bottled water available.

The purpose of this bottle is to stop the waste associated with bottled water. Do the environment a favour will you!


I prefer water without chlorine etc, bottles can be recycled, tap water is not good for you unless properly filtered, and the purpose of that bottle is to make money and what happens to the filters when used !! Are they then doing the environment a favour ? I don't think so..
#26
mrlaurelshat
Turret
I've gone through a few of these over the years hopeing they would have improved the design/build each time. Of about 5 bottles I've had, every one has leaked. Looking at the recent reviews this is still a problem...
I'm curious as to why you'd still buy or use them if you have had problems and if you feel the design needs improving.
I have used these for a few years now - first the 1l one and then this. I have never had a problem with them.

Turret
I've gone through a few of these over the years hopeing they would have improved the design/build each time. Of about 5 bottles I've had, every one has leaked. Looking at the recent reviews this is still a problem...

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