Glaceau Smart water x24 case For £4 @ Costco
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Glaceau Smart water x24 case For £4 @ Costco

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Found 5th Jun 2016
Found in cost co leeds

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Ah yes a good price for something almost freely available which is what makes people who drink it really smart or is it the people who sell it?
sowotsdis

Ah yes a good price for something almost freely available which is what … Ah yes a good price for something almost freely available which is what makes people who drink it really smart or is it the people who sell it?



What an absolutely stupid comment!
sowotsdis

Ah yes a good price for something almost freely available which is what … Ah yes a good price for something almost freely available which is what makes people who drink it really smart or is it the people who sell it?



Well it is a Coca Cola product
Was this last time I was in, I think around March time, really good buy
Distilled tap water.. Cold
Theirs definitely a taste difference between this and your normal tap water with the bottled water tasting crisper and fresher thus better.

We get this for our 13yo daughter mainly as she won't drink anything else - In Costco today it was around £4.60 a case' so may have been a local promo at £4

Heat added - miles cheaper then the supermarkets.
Water
Quite like Costcos own brand Kirkland... That's a steal too
Not needed in Scotland but down South is a different story. Horrid hard water down those parts
sunpreet

Quite like Costcos own brand Kirkland... That's a steal too



​They're doing 40 bottles of this at the moment,don't know if it's temporary.
Quite like Costcos own brand Kirkland...agree 30 bottles for 3 quid
karlypants

What an absolutely stupid comment!



Agreed

Ah yes a good price for something almost freely available which is what … Ah yes a good price for something almost freely available which is what makes people who drink it really smart or is it the people who sell it?



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if it is indeed clean water, then its a great deal. and super hot.

we have fluoride added in our local water here in the west midlands. the rest of us have recycled water with presciption drugs .. toxic chlorine... amoebas etc in the water. I would prefer to drink genuinely clean water.
this is not whats in most of our taps unfortunatly.
polarbaba

if it is indeed clean water, then its a great deal. and super hot.we have … if it is indeed clean water, then its a great deal. and super hot.we have fluoride added in our local water here in the west midlands. the rest of us have recycled water with presciption drugs .. toxic chlorine... amoebas etc in the water. I would prefer to drink genuinely clean water.this is not whats in most of our taps unfortunatly.



​I'd like to see some kind of evidence that the water in taps is toxic and actually causes any harm...

Theirs definitely a taste difference between this and your normal tap … Theirs definitely a taste difference between this and your normal tap water with the bottled water tasting crisper and fresher thus better.We get this for our 13yo daughter mainly as she won't drink anything else - In Costco today it was around £4.60 a case' so may have been a local promo at £4Heat added - miles cheaper then the supermarkets.



Really?
Peckham Spring

Quite like Costcos own brand Kirkland... That's a steal too


That's the one I get. Works out to 10p a bottle and taste great. Haven't drank tap water for years and never would again. Read up people on fluoride and the affects it has on the pineal gland

Really?



Aye' really don't u get it ??!!

We get this for our 13yo daughter mainly as she won't drink anything else



Is her name Veruca Salt?
Jonnyblock

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Selfie?
Glaceau claims to have added electrolytes unlike regular bottled water.

Is her name Veruca Salt?


It is actually - well done to you the comedian.

It is actually - well done to you the comedian.



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horsepills



Aye' - it's noticeable.
8 bottles of water in lidl for £1 equalling 32 bottles for £4
hiezra

That's the one I get. Works out to 10p a bottle and taste great. Haven't … That's the one I get. Works out to 10p a bottle and taste great. Haven't drank tap water for years and never would again. Read up people on fluoride and the affects it has on the pineal gland



There's a lot of misinformation on the Internet that targets people via fear and ignorance. Being skeptical and critically analysing everything is important.

Only about 10% of people in the UK get water which is fluoridated to 1ppm or 1mg/l. A few have water with a higher amount of natural fluoride. Otherwise most tap water contains less than 0.5mg/l. Apparently my area has an average of only 0.06mg/l. oO

I assume you don't drink tea.
Voting hot for the banter in this thread.
I do buy bottled water whenever I need to but I don't trust these stories of tap water being dangerous. Some years ago we had a leaflet along with a small bottle through the letterbox. The leaflet highlighting all the bad points about tap water in our area then went on to ask to us to supply a sample of tap water in prefer to prove how contaminated it was. I wrote to them mentioning that if they knew the water was contaminated they should instead contact the media and that would generate them more publicity and customers then any leafleting promotion. The reply I got wasn't very convincing to say the least. They backtracked and suggested that, I dispose of the sample bottle.

Theirs definitely a taste difference between this and your normal tap … Theirs definitely a taste difference between this and your normal tap water with the bottled water tasting crisper and fresher thus better.We get this for our 13yo daughter mainly as she won't drink anything else - In Costco today it was around £4.60 a case' so may have been a local promo at £4Heat added - miles cheaper then the supermarkets.




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Why hasn't anybody started bottling B***S**t? There's just so many people who would buy it.
n3m3s1s

Why hasn't anybody started bottling B***S**t? There's just so many people … Why hasn't anybody started bottling B***S**t? There's just so many people who would buy it.



They do, it's called manure.

if it is indeed clean water, then its a great deal. and super hot.we have … if it is indeed clean water, then its a great deal. and super hot.we have fluoride added in our local water here in the west midlands. the rest of us have recycled water with presciption drugs .. toxic chlorine... amoebas etc in the water. I would prefer to drink genuinely clean water.this is not whats in most of our taps unfortunatly.



Have you ever wondered what type of plastic this "clean" water is packaged in? It's Polyethylene Terephthalate. The important bit is the "phthalate", which is a known endocrine disruptor.

The UK does NOT "recycle" water, it rains far too much for it to make any commercial sense...So I would rather stick with the government regulated, good ol' Yorkshire tap water.

Hot deal though, I usually stick a case in the boot of my car, for those long journeys!
Are people people aware this water has chemichals in it? Is full of hydrogen which is explosives. Toxic stuff.

Water


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Have you ever wondered what type of plastic this "clean" water is … Have you ever wondered what type of plastic this "clean" water is packaged in? It's Polyethylene Terephthalate. The important bit is the "phthalate", which is a known endocrine disruptor. The UK does NOT "recycle" water, it rains far too much for it to make any commercial sense...So I would rather stick with the government regulated, good ol' Yorkshire tap water. Hot deal though, I usually stick a case in the boot of my car, for those long journeys!



Probably why so many kids suffer from asthma and eczema in the UK.

Probably why so many kids suffer from asthma and eczema in the UK.


They suffer from things they can't even spell. That's Voodoo.

Have you ever wondered what type of plastic this "clean" water is … Have you ever wondered what type of plastic this "clean" water is packaged in? It's Polyethylene Terephthalate. The important bit is the "phthalate", which is a known endocrine disruptor. The UK does NOT "recycle" water, it rains far too much for it to make any commercial sense...So I would rather stick with the government regulated, good ol' Yorkshire tap water. Hot deal though, I usually stick a case in the boot of my car, for those long journeys!



Phthalates and PET are different things but it's a common mistake as the name doesn't help.

These are on 3 cases for £9 something again in cosco sheffield
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