Bobble Water Bottle - filters tap water as you drink it - Price matched at £8 at John Lewis
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Bobble Water Bottle - filters tap water as you drink it - Price matched at £8 at John Lewis

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Found 31st May 2012
These are usually £10 on John Lewis and about the same on Amazon and eBay and I've never seen them reduced before, so although only a saving of £2 it might be useful if you were planning to buy one or if you want to stock up on the filters (also 20% off for the pricematch).

I bought one of these a couple of weeks ago, because I hate drinking water. (I only like cold drinks/juice and putting water in the fridge never appealed to me). Since buying it, I am actually really surprised that I have managed to trick myself into drinking lots of water everyday!! It gives you nice cold water straight from the tap. I've bought 2 more today

***seeing as its a price match, will probably end today ***

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Not really a deal as it's this price most place (hence why they have price matched it). Plus it's free delivery if you get it on Amazon.

Good idea though, but an expensive water bottle if it only lasts 2 months.

The smaller versions are £5 on American Apparel, and £3 for the filters. Supposedly 300 refills per filter. They used to have these ones for £6 as well but they've stopped now.

foxymummy

Good idea though, but an expensive water bottle if it only lasts 2 months.



150L, which if it was 2 months would be 2.5 litres a day from the bottle. And you can replace the filters for like £2-3 anyway. Consider it a cheaper alternative to a Brita filter.

Yep ^ Filter lasts 2 months and you know when its stopped working because of the taste. Just order a new filter bit for £2ish off ebay. You dont need to replace the actual bottle every 2 months just the filter. Love mine, really does work & loads of people have asked what it is and thought it looks good.
Edited by: "Smaybelline" 31st May 2012

Spence1115

The smaller versions are £5 on American Apparel, and £3 for the filters. S … The smaller versions are £5 on American Apparel, and £3 for the filters. Supposedly 300 refills per filter. They used to have these ones for £6 as well but they've stopped now.150L, which if it was 2 months would be 2.5 litres a day from the bottle. And you can replace the filters for like £2-3 anyway. Consider it a cheaper alternative to a Brita filter.



You can't really see it as an alternative to a filter jug, as they are just for drinking water from. You can use the jugs to fill your kettle or a glass.
Like I said, it's a good idea but an expensive water bottle.

foxymummy

You can't really see it as an alternative to a filter jug, as they are … You can't really see it as an alternative to a filter jug, as they are just for drinking water from. You can use the jugs to fill your kettle or a glass.Like I said, it's a good idea but an expensive water bottle.



OK, a portable one, and ideal for students. I don't have the room in a shared fridge for a Brita jug, and the jugs and filters are expensive as it is, so this is a much easier idea for me, and in the end cheaper.

I'm sure the taste difference is unreal......... quite like my tap water so I will keep using a battered old highland spring water bottle I have thanks :).
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