Aqua Pura mineral water 24 X 500ml £3.50 at Asda
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Aqua Pura mineral water 24 X 500ml £3.50 at Asda

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Found 3rd Jan 2014
24 x 500ml Aqua Pura mineral water for £3.50 from the Asda groceries website.

Works out at just under 15p a bottle or 29p per litre.

And before the tap water brigade come along... At home we do drink tap water and I'm quite happy with it... But unless someone can show me the tap in my car boot or on any of the numerous sports fields my son plays football on, I'll be sticking to buying the bottles! :-)
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Original Poster

Sorry, the title is wrong, should say 24 not 12 bottles. Can't work out how to edit the post. :-(

New years resolution not to comment on
bottled water threads blown
You can refill them mate
Consider spending your money elsewhere
WATER AID
Edited by: "Wongy110" 3rd Jan 2014

Original Poster

northeastkev

Sorry, the title is wrong, should say 24 not 12 bottles. Can't work out … Sorry, the title is wrong, should say 24 not 12 bottles. Can't work out how to edit the post. :-(



Ok so I managed to find the edit button on the website... Can edits not be made using the Android app or am I missing something?

^^^ No editing option available on Android App :-(

That's more packaging and resources wasted then.

Original Poster

umar1980

^^^ No editing option available on Android App :-(



That explains it then, thanks. :-)

Banned

I find the taste of these too strong so I have to water them down with tap water

Glad to see who's selling aqua pura t.... Morrisons stopped where I used to get my 5ltr ones from - thanks

Flouride free? Last time I checked this brand (by Prince) had 0.1mg which is great!

Banned

"But unless someone can show me the tap in my car boot or on any of the numerous sports fields my son plays football on, I'll be sticking to buying the bottles! :-)"

Have to admit, reusable water bottles are almost impossible to buy.

And then, like, reuse, eh kev?

Hot simply for the patronising comments.

Hot. I drink bottled water at work, where the alternative is toilet tap water after a 5 min walk (bottle doesnt fit under tap either)... or coke etc at £1/bottle from the canteen.

Cumbrian so it's hot for me.Time to stock up.

Cold. Not Evian

Cold, not tap water.

Bonacentral

"But unless someone can show me the tap in my car boot or on any of the … "But unless someone can show me the tap in my car boot or on any of the numerous sports fields my son plays football on, I'll be sticking to buying the bottles! :-)"



Do you don't live in a fixed abode with plumbing?

Still hardly matters when your car is so big that a branch of Asda fits into the boot!

Cold - it's not Aqua Cura. Aqua Cura is awesome - it :

Cures ghoul skin problems in "Just five minutes!"
Cures clumsiness.
Helps sleep.
Removes stains.
Cures headaches.
Induces love.
Helps eyesight problems.
Helps hair growth.
Tastes great, and reverses radiation poisoning.
Helps concentration.
Improves hearing.
Prevents bullying.
Relieves "dry mouth, and other side effects of Mentats."

... possibly.

I actually voted hot, but personally I stick to the Sainsburys Basics 2l bottles for 14p and decant into smaller bottles if required.
Edited by: "chippytea" 4th Jan 2014

hot for people who have to put up with the disgusting hard water taste of tap water. yes there is a difference, i regularly travel from Hartlepool to Whitby and Hartlepool to Newcastle and there is a distinct difference in taste

At least once you've bought them you can keep the bottles for tap water.

You shouldn't really refill the bottles more than two or three times as you can't wash them out properly and they start to get smelly.. I'm sure there's something along these lines written on the labels too

Thermos Hydro Active Sports Bottle £3.19....Just saying:
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redduck

Thermos Hydro Active Sports Bottle £3.19....Just … Thermos Hydro Active Sports Bottle £3.19....Just saying:http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B001T9NJ7M/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?qid=1388827941&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX110_SY165



tap water tastes disgusting.... bottled only for us

If you have a marko card the sports top bottles are £3+vat.... 10p more... much better for us with kids

Bottled water is actually less regulated than tap water. If you have to be treated with chemo you are advised to stop drinking bottled water. Bottled water is one of many scams perpetrated on the public. You were tricked into paying money for water, you will pay dearly for this stupidity in the future.
Edited by: "NoamChomsky" 4th Jan 2014

NoamChomsky

Bottled water is actually less regulated than tap water. If you have to … Bottled water is actually less regulated than tap water. If you have to be treated with chemo you are advised to stop drinking bottled water. Bottled water is one of many scams perpetrated on the public. You were tricked into paying money for water, you will pay dearly for this stupidity in the future.



Suppose you think the government use fluoride to mind control us as well?

dennis123123

Suppose you think the government use fluoride to mind control us as well?



You're a moron. Stop posting.

If you still require a mainstream source in 2014 -

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/9775158/Bottled-water-not-as-safe-as-tap-variety.html

abcnews.go.com/Bus…ory?id=87558

https://www.nytimes.com/gwire/2009/07/09/09greenwire-fewer-regulations-for-bottled-water-than-tap-g-33331.html


Don't drink from the mainstream, ****.
Edited by: "NoamChomsky" 4th Jan 2014

Bunglistik

You shouldn't really refill the bottles more than two or three times as … You shouldn't really refill the bottles more than two or three times as you can't wash them out properly and they start to get smelly.. I'm sure there's something along these lines written on the labels too



So you should throw a flask away after it's second use?

stevetheman

So you should throw a flask away after it's second use?


If it'll make you happy

Bottled at source. 100% pure Cumbrian natural mineral water Aqua Pura natural mineral water is drawn from deep in the heart of the rolling Cumbrian countryside. Naturally filtered through ancient rocks, rich in minerals, the water is sourced from an area of the country filled with timeless beauty. This natural process enables us to bring you pure water bursting with a refreshing taste

too obvious mia

Was supposed to have this delivered today but they didn't have any

Original Poster

scottishgirl87

Was supposed to have this delivered today but they didn't have any



:-( I half expected it to be out of stock for me as well but it came in my delivery yesterday.
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