Isklar Norwegian Glacial Natural Still Mineral Water 1 Litre (Pack of 12) £4.73 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Previous deal went out of stock but has just come back in stock again, thought I would re-post the deal...

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Sourced from the Folgefonna glacier in Norway, Isklar water is naturally filtered through ice and rock resulting in an exceptionally low mineral content. This gives Isklar a distinctively smooth and refreshing taste, so pure that it is named after the Norwegian for ‘ice clear’.

Isklar water is suitable for those on a low sodium diet.

Isklar is available in both still and sparkling variants and its unique bottle, the design of which reflects the sharp, angular ice crevices of the glacier, comes in a variety of sizes to suit all occasions. A proudly carbon neutral product.
Ingredients
100% glacial natural mineral water

Okay so it takes fuel to get it here...So does everything else imported and exported out as part of trading with the rest of the world, but we don't keep knockin on about it at every opportunity..
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Contains 99% marketing hype by the look of it! You know all the arguments about bottled water but shipping this stuff from a Norwegian water factory to Amazon to your doorstep takes ridiculous to a new level.
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And so does shipping your car from the other side of the world that you drive, but we don't keep banging on about it!
#3
crazylegs
And so does shipping your car from the other side of the world that you drive, but we don't keep banging on about it!


Mine was made 2 miles away. Hope it lasts longer than a bottle of water too!
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Besford
crazylegs
And so does shipping your car from the other side of the world that you drive, but we don't keep banging on about it!


Mine was made 2 miles away. Hope it lasts longer than a bottle of water too!


Besford
crazylegs
And so does shipping your car from the other side of the world that you drive, but we don't keep banging on about it!


Mine was made 2 miles away. Hope it lasts longer than a bottle of water too!


May have been put together 2 miles away but I bet most of the parts that make up your car are from places all around the world..:)
#5
crazylegs
Besford
crazylegs
And so does shipping your car from the other side of the world that you drive, but we don't keep banging on about it!


Mine was made 2 miles away. Hope it lasts longer than a bottle of water too!


Besford
crazylegs
And so does shipping your car from the other side of the world that you drive, but we don't keep banging on about it!


Mine was made 2 miles away. Hope it lasts longer than a bottle of water too!


May have been put together 2 miles away but I bet most of the parts that make up your car are from places all around the world..:)


Your point is? Unlike car components everyone has water within a few metres. The only good thing about bottled so called 'mineral water' is that at least you aren't drinking bottled sugar water.

There is a place in the market for bottled water but we don't need to melt a Norwegian Glacier, ship it to Amazon and then post it to your house! It's madness.
#6
Your point is? Unlike car components everyone has water within a few metres. The only good thing about bottled so called 'mineral water' is that at least you aren't drinking bottled sugar water.

There is a place in the market for bottled water but we don't need to melt a Norwegian Glacier, ship it to Amazon and then post it to your house! It's madness.


Who said anyone was melting a glacier, this stuff is bottled at its source and there is certainly no melting of glaciers going on to get this into bottles, I think you are very much misinformed on the process of bottling water..

people like you bang on about the effects of bottling and flying this stuff around the world but never think about all the other stuff that you use on a regular basis which has the same process to get it here for your use!
You stop using everything in modern life that has been transported here from other countries and I will stop drinking bottled water..
#7
crazylegs
Your point is? Unlike car components everyone has water within a few metres. The only good thing about bottled so called 'mineral water' is that at least you aren't drinking bottled sugar water.

There is a place in the market for bottled water but we don't need to melt a Norwegian Glacier, ship it to Amazon and then post it to your house! It's madness.


Who said anyone was melting a glacier, this stuff is bottled at its source and there is certainly no melting of glaciers going on to get this into bottles, I think you are very much misinformed on the process of bottling water..

people like you bang on about the effects of bottling and flying this stuff around the world but never think about all the other stuff that you use on a regular basis which has the same process to get it here for your use!
You stop using everything in modern life that has been transported here from other countries and I will stop drinking bottled water..


You carry on drinking it mate.

Have to laugh at people who get so uptight about any criticism of their own post!

PS I don't think anyone else is reading anyway!
#8
CrazyLegs probably lives somewhere the tap water is hardly drinkable, even in tea (it was when I lived in South London). But buy yourself a brita filter. Or a generic clone; they all use the same coconut shells to filter the water, and if you look it up on Wikipedia or where ever, coconut does an insanely good job of filtering out impurities.
I can understand buying bottled sparkling water, and even buying the more expensive bottled sparkling water brands, but mineral water is about the biggest con going, unless you just want some 1L re-useable bottles for putting filtered tap water in your fridge.

By HUKD convention, this is a good deal (because this particular product cannot AFAIK be purchased for less elsewhere). I'm still going to rate it cold though, because bottled water is a con.
#9
Received yesterday and tasted today and I can say this tastes really good, really clean and refreshing, so glad I went for Isklar!
And of course thinking of all those environmentalists spitting through there teeth makes it so much more satisfying too..lol :pX)

Think I may even get this on regular order once a month, all that lovely aviation fuel being sumped up by those huge jet engines just to deliver a box of Isklar to my door every month...Oooh I can't wait!

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