Canowater 12  x 330ml tins of it £9.84 Prime / £14.33 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Canowater 12 x 330ml tins of it £9.84 Prime / £14.33 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Found 24th JunEdited by:"Adult"
errr, water, in cans.

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ghaithk19951 m ago

Man humans are strange


Woman humans are even stranger
JC199724 m ago

what next? bread in a can?


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Brilliant! An oasis in my shopping desert !
what next? bread in a can?
The reviews suggest that at least 3 people have actually bought them. Weirdos.
There will actually be people out there who buy this. Tragedy. Won't vote because the product itself is ridiculous.
It's as ridiculous as water in a plastic bottle
Man, humans are strange
Edited by: "ghaithk1995" 25th Jun
ghaithk19951 m ago

Man humans are strange


Woman humans are even stranger
Bwahaha - this is why I love this site. Thank you OP...
The problem is the price, water in a can might be better than plastic, not sure which is easier to recycle. Not sure why peoples head explode with the thought of buying water, other drinks cause pollution as well. IF you're out and about and get thirsty buying a bottle of coke is ok but buying a bottle of water is sacraledge?
JC199712 m ago

what next? bread in a can?


Already been done 😋
Water getting cold... not exactly a bad thing...
Just so people know im selling a similar product Tapowater which only £5 for the same litres. Its collection only, thats the only downside and this is due to our war on plastic. Bring your own containers for a discount. "Tapowater" Copyrighted
JC199724 m ago

what next? bread in a can?


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34123865-A3M4l.jpgThink I will have a go at this.
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The environmental reasons for using metal instead of plastic are strong. The resealable top is clever. It's just expensive for 4 litres of mineral water.
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Love the description
Edited by: "richard19" 24th Jun
rivellangel2 h, 38 m ago

https://www.canowater.com/The environmental reasons for using metal …https://www.canowater.com/The environmental reasons for using metal instead of plastic are strong. The resealable top is clever. It's just expensive for 4 litres of mineral water.



What about the fact that you are transporting large volumes of water about on the back of multiple trucks and vans to deliver a product that can be got straight from the tap with virtually nil pollution created?
N1Andy1 h, 12 m ago

What about the fact that you are transporting large volumes of water about …What about the fact that you are transporting large volumes of water about on the back of multiple trucks and vans to deliver a product that can be got straight from the tap with virtually nil pollution created?


I was just talking about using aluminium instead of plastic.

Bottled water can taste different from tap water. To me, they're different products with different uses.
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