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REFILL NOT LANDFILL

Each year in the UK we consume billions of litres of bottled water. If we all used a BRITA Wottle, we'd save millions of throwaway water bottles from going to Landfill. Did you know that dach year we throw away enough empty plastic water bottles to fill Wembly stadium twice.

The Wottle, developed exclusively by leading designer Orla Kiely, is made by BRITA from 100% recycled materials here in the UK. This designer water bottle, would normally cost you £7.99. Today you can get your wottle absolutely free with the voucher online at any Robert Dyas store.

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#1
we have been discussing this...in the USA they use stainless steel but in asda they have alluminium. Anyone know which is better?
#2
I believe they selected a plastic bottle, as it was 100% recyclable and therefore much more environmentally friendly. No point stopping buying bottled water if you them use a metal bottled that uses valuable resources to be made?
#3
Thanks for this, I will try to get mine today!!
#4
It's only given away free online with a purchase, although it's available free instore, THEIR STORES ARE NOT NATIONWIDE. I live in Arbroath and the nearest store to me (through their postcode checker) is in bloomin Solihul (?????) Please make this clear when you post something as a freebie!!!!
banned#5
isn't this just a plastic bottle? It says fill int with Brita filtered water? can do that with any bottle.
#6
no stores near me and not available free online.
#7
xxxxers. Went to their store in canary wharf. They sent me back claiming they wont accept print outs while their website clearly mentions print the voucher and take it. Anyways, just gave them a bashing over the phone and the guy over there apologised. Have to walk for 10 mins again to reach that **** place. Anyways, its a very small 200ml bottle and not worth the effort. Thanks for posting this anyway.

Edited By: sigma on Sep 23, 2010 17:42: * swear filter avoidance
#8
pangeakiller
xxxxers. Went to their store in canary wharf. They sent me back claiming they wont accept print outs while their website clearly mentions print the voucher and take it. Anyways, just gave them a bashing over the phone and the guy over there apologised. Have to walk for 10 mins again to reach that **** place. Anyways, its a very small 200ml bottle and not worth the effort. Thanks for posting this anyway.


Oh no, I hope not all the stores are like this?
I'm going to my local store at lunch time...

Edited By: sigma on Sep 23, 2010 17:42: * edited quote
1 Like #9
The Bottle has been designed to Orla Kiely and includes her signature design. Also when you collect or bottle or get deliverd online it includes a £5.00 of any BRITA jug to filter your water, so you don't need to buy bottle water and I think also a £3 off voucher for replacement cartridges. So a Free Designer Bottle adn £8 off.

I'm saving £5 a week buy not buying bottle water and no plastic in land fill, It as win alround
#10
Thank great deal just went into queens st storwe in city of london gave 12 vouchers printed off for ppl at work brill thanks again christinex

Please try to remain calm on here everyones trying their best no need to spoil a good link

Edited By: crustine on Sep 23, 2010 16:26: NEED TO ADD COMMENT
#11
Bargain, just got to get from Manchester to Solihull to pick one up ;)
#12
plumberman01
we have been discussing this...in the USA they use stainless steel but in asda they have alluminium. Anyone know which is better?


seriously? I would give aluminium a miss, traces of aluminium have been found in the brains of Alzheimer sufferers!

Those Americans got some secret plan or something? Asda does belong to Walmart now.
#13
Shame really. I live near Liverpool and my nearest is in Solihull.
#14
i went back to grace church st and got 30 bottles for work and was told come back today for another 30 so its a great offer thanks a lot x
#15
Got mine no problem (plenty of green ones in Yeovil)
#16
Can't edit my comment - so thanks and heat added!
#17
Ever thought about buying one bottle of water and re-filling it from the Tap???????????
#18
Got mine in Chichester today. Lovely and entirely free!
#19
This is FREE Floravada.
1 Like #20
bet it cost more plastic to make then a volvic bottle???
just dont see the point of bottled water.......its a rip off
#21
Nor do I.
I don't buy it and I plan to fill my free, durable, dishwashable bottle with tap water.
#22
Also it holds 500ml. I just checked.
1 Like #23
Floravada
Ever thought about buying one bottle of water and re-filling it from the Tap???????????


I think most people do that... I don't know quite who this 'solution' is aimed at...

The only counter I've ever heard is a vaugue claim that plastic bottles contain 'dangerous chemicals' if re-used.

A similar pitch was once proposed on the TV show "Dragon's Den" and laughed off.

This is a free plastic bottle....everyone probably threw a load away in the bin this week and are ecstatic at getting one for free!
#24
Floravada
bet it cost more plastic to make then a volvic bottle???
just dont see the point of bottled water.......its a rip off
if your out and your thirsty what are you going to do? not all situations you will have access to a tap.
#25
great find. very useful, thanks
#26
MKultra
Floravada
Ever thought about buying one bottle of water and re-filling it from the Tap???????????


I think most people do that... I don't know quite who this 'solution' is aimed at...

The only counter I've ever heard is a vaugue claim that plastic bottles contain 'dangerous chemicals' if re-used.

A similar pitch was once proposed on the TV show "Dragon's Den" and laughed off.

This is a free plastic bottle....everyone probably threw a load away in the bin this week and are ecstatic at getting one for free!


Some of the single-use plastic bottles are made from a particular type of recyclable plastic that cannot be 100% disinfected due to the micro-pores that develop over time from repeated washing in detergent and high temperatures. The chances of illness arising from repeated exposure to these bacteria increases with the number of reuses. This is the reason why it is recommended that bottles are not re-used - nothing to do with chemicals leaching out of the plastic. Food grade plastic should be safe under the normal conditions for which they are made.

Having said that, if you're a survivor from a crashed airliner on a deserted time-travelling island with nothing to drink but water from a murky stream then the bacteria on the bottle are probably the least of your worries...
#27
You can get up to 4 free bottles per customer.
(make sure you take/print out 4 coupons!)

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