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Glaceau SmartWater - 5 for £1.00 @ Heron

£1.00 @ Heron Foods
Glaceau Smart Water bottles - 5 for £1. These are 600ml bottles Read More
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Glaceau Smart Water bottles - 5 for £1.

These are 600ml bottles
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5 Likes #1
Oh joy of joys. I was getting fed up drinking dumb water :p
8 Likes #2
It can't be that smart if it was captured and bottled so easily
3 Likes #3
myohmysweet
It can't be that smart if it was captured and bottled so easily
These 600ml bottles are smarter designed than most 500ml bottles taking up only slightly more space by removing all pattern designs from bottle, So they are Smart Water :)
https://gasstationgourmet.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/dd264b12-53a7-4a54-a637-8a3750789b1f1.jpg

Edited By: andreocean on Nov 04, 2016 23:53: .
1 Like #4
I get 44 bottles from costco for £3 :D
#5
good find op, heat added
17 Likes #6
This stuff really works. I drank one bottle and ended up smart enough not to buy another one.

Edited By: getmeone on Nov 04, 2016 23:13
1 Like #7
I thought smart water was a UV theft deterrent solution
#8
Fancy tap water. Cold
#9
this is distilled water
#10
Oxygene
this is distilled water


Thought it was reverse osmosis?
1 Like #11
OldEngine
Oxygene
this is distilled water
Thought it was reverse osmosis?
It is distilled. They boil it, collect all the vapour to take out all of the impurities and then add a load back in again. Not so Smart Water. Worst thing is they get the raw material from a spring in Northumberland....Probably some of the cleanest water in the country. Marketing genius.
#12
getmeone
OldEngine
Oxygene
this is distilled water
Thought it was reverse osmosis?
It is distilled. They boil it, collect all the vapour to take out all of the impurities and then add a load back in again. Not so Smart Water. Worst thing is they get the raw material from a spring in Northumberland....Probably some of the cleanest water in the country. Marketing genius.


Im sure I saw a bottle that said reverse osmosis, never bought it myself but someone I know gets it all the time apparently it's full of 'electrolytes' too. Companies must make a fortune with stuff like this!
#13
OldEngine
getmeone
OldEngine
Oxygene
this is distilled water
Thought it was reverse osmosis?
It is distilled. They boil it, collect all the vapour to take out all of the impurities and then add a load back in again. Not so Smart Water. Worst thing is they get the raw material from a spring in Northumberland....Probably some of the cleanest water in the country. Marketing genius.
Im sure I saw a bottle that said reverse osmosis, never bought it myself but someone I know gets it all the time apparently it's full of 'electrolytes' too. Companies must make a fortune with stuff like this!
Made by Coca Cola:
GLACÉAU Smartwater is made from British spring water which is vapour-distilled before electrolytes are added. It has a distinctive, crisp, clean taste and is produced and bottled in Morpeth, Northumberland.

To make GLACÉAU Smartwater, we evaporate spring water, condense the vapour and then add just the right amount of electrolytes before bottling.

Below you'll find some important information about GLACÉAU Smartwater - ingredients, nutritional values and reference intake (RI) information - to help you make informed choices.

Ingredients: Spring Water, Electrolytes: Calcium Chloride, Magnesium Chloride, Potassium Bicarbonate.
1 Like #14
Sounds like that Dasani stuff with another stupid name.
1 Like #15
markftmuk
Sounds like that Dasani stuff with another stupid name.


Yep but not from the mains as their last attempt.

Personally tap water is ok for me.
#16
getmeone
OldEngine
getmeone
OldEngine
Oxygene
this is distilled water
Thought it was reverse osmosis?
It is distilled. They boil it, collect all the vapour to take out all of the impurities and then add a load back in again. Not so Smart Water. Worst thing is they get the raw material from a spring in Northumberland....Probably some of the cleanest water in the country. Marketing genius.
Im sure I saw a bottle that said reverse osmosis, never bought it myself but someone I know gets it all the time apparently it's full of 'electrolytes' too. Companies must make a fortune with stuff like this!
Made by Coca Cola:
GLACÉAU Smartwater is made from British spring water which is vapour-distilled before electrolytes are added. It has a distinctive, crisp, clean taste and is produced and bottled in Morpeth, Northumberland.

To make GLACÉAU Smartwater, we evaporate spring water, condense the vapour and then add just the right amount of electrolytes before bottling.

Below you'll find some important information about GLACÉAU Smartwater - ingredients, nutritional values and reference intake (RI) information - to help you make informed choices.

Ingredients: Spring Water, Electrolytes: Calcium Chloride, Magnesium Chloride, Potassium Bicarbonate.


Guess I was wrong :D.
#17
OldEngine
getmeone
OldEngine
getmeone
OldEngine
Oxygene
this is distilled water
Thought it was reverse osmosis?
It is distilled. They boil it, collect all the vapour to take out all of the impurities and then add a load back in again. Not so Smart Water. Worst thing is they get the raw material from a spring in Northumberland....Probably some of the cleanest water in the country. Marketing genius.
Im sure I saw a bottle that said reverse osmosis, never bought it myself but someone I know gets it all the time apparently it's full of 'electrolytes' too. Companies must make a fortune with stuff like this!
Made by Coca Cola:
GLACÉAU Smartwater is made from British spring water which is vapour-distilled before electrolytes are added. It has a distinctive, crisp, clean taste and is produced and bottled in Morpeth, Northumberland.
To make GLACÉAU Smartwater, we evaporate spring water, condense the vapour and then add just the right amount of electrolytes before bottling.
Below you'll find some important information about GLACÉAU Smartwater - ingredients, nutritional values and reference intake (RI) information - to help you make informed choices.
Ingredients: Spring Water, Electrolytes: Calcium Chloride, Magnesium Chloride, Potassium Bicarbonate.
Guess I was wrong :D.
No, Just a wrong guess. :p
1 Like #18
Liking the smart comments, must be something in the water! Lol
#19
getmeone
OldEngine
getmeone
OldEngine
getmeone
OldEngine
Oxygene
this is distilled water
Thought it was reverse osmosis?
It is distilled. They boil it, collect all the vapour to take out all of the impurities and then add a load back in again. Not so Smart Water. Worst thing is they get the raw material from a spring in Northumberland....Probably some of the cleanest water in the country. Marketing genius.
Im sure I saw a bottle that said reverse osmosis, never bought it myself but someone I know gets it all the time apparently it's full of 'electrolytes' too. Companies must make a fortune with stuff like this!
Made by Coca Cola:
GLACÉAU Smartwater is made from British spring water which is vapour-distilled before electrolytes are added. It has a distinctive, crisp, clean taste and is produced and bottled in Morpeth, Northumberland.
To make GLACÉAU Smartwater, we evaporate spring water, condense the vapour and then add just the right amount of electrolytes before bottling.
Below you'll find some important information about GLACÉAU Smartwater - ingredients, nutritional values and reference intake (RI) information - to help you make informed choices.
Ingredients: Spring Water, Electrolytes: Calcium Chloride, Magnesium Chloride, Potassium Bicarbonate.
Guess I was wrong :D.
No, Just a wrong guess. :p


Smart reply :D

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