Glass 7L Party Drinks Dispenser with Tap just £6.00 with Free C&C at Wilkos
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Glass 7L Party Drinks Dispenser with Tap just £6.00 with Free C&C at Wilkos

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Refreshed 13th Jun (Posted 1st Jun)
Thought this would be great for Summer BBQs / Football World Cup Parties- fab price for one this size!

I'd fill mine with Baileys Strawberries and Cream 750ml £15 @ Asda - credit @NeoTrix & ice & have a party of my own whilst husband watches the football

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Our 7 litre clear glass drinks dispenser is ideal for serving summer beverages. Its wide neck opening makes it easy to add ice, fruit and to refill the dispenser. The stainless steel top with rubber seal keep the contents fresh.

To be used for cold beverages only with an easy to use tap to keep the refreshments flowing. Hand wash only
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Just Wilko.
Doesn’t need an ‘s’ added to the end.
LOL_is_stupid1 h, 18 m ago

Just Wilko. Doesn’t need an ‘s’ added to the end.


No one cares
LOL_is_stupid2 h, 45 m ago

Just Wilko. Doesn’t need an ‘s’ added to the end.


Get over yourself
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I think dispensing drinks from smaller bottles is easier, so I talked myself out of getting one of these.
Just Wilko.
Doesn’t need an ‘s’ added to the end.
Do you know where ypu can get the stand for these as i want one for my worktop so needs to be high enough to fit a glass under it
adhkarzf19 m ago

Do you know where ypu can get the stand for these as i want one for my …Do you know where ypu can get the stand for these as i want one for my worktop so needs to be high enough to fit a glass under it


Make sure it's a strong stand. 7L of liquid is weighty!
@wishihadadonkey you'd need 9 bottles of 750ml to fill 7L, at £15 each that's a serious investment, and a heck of a party!
davemhaynes29 m ago

@wishihadadonkey you'd need 9 bottles of 750ml to fill 7L, at £15 each …@wishihadadonkey you'd need 9 bottles of 750ml to fill 7L, at £15 each that's a serious investment, and a heck of a party!


Mixers, ice?
Great find op
davemhaynes43 m ago

@wishihadadonkey you'd need 9 bottles of 750ml to fill 7L, at £15 each …@wishihadadonkey you'd need 9 bottles of 750ml to fill 7L, at £15 each that's a serious investment, and a heck of a party!


Party @wishihadadonkey's place.....
LOL_is_stupid1 h, 18 m ago

Just Wilko. Doesn’t need an ‘s’ added to the end.


No one cares
My wife put similar one in the Dishwasher it came out as a banana peel. Good this is made of glass.
LOL_is_stupid2 h, 45 m ago

Just Wilko. Doesn’t need an ‘s’ added to the end.


Get over yourself
Got one of these the last time it was posted. Amazing job for my distilled water. Thanks!
Just beware of the amount of liquid remaining in the bottom when it passes the Tap. Pain to lift to get the remainder out
JABWootton3rd Jun

Just beware of the amount of liquid remaining in the bottom when it passes …Just beware of the amount of liquid remaining in the bottom when it passes the Tap. Pain to lift to get the remainder out


I use this for plain water and rather like this design. Bits of scale or sediment stay at the bottom without being drained out, decent clearance for the tap. Drilling the hole too low lowers the structural integrity of the whole container too.

The lid is crappy though. Made of thin metal and dents super easily!
Edited by: "meanmoose" 13th Jun
davemhaynes1st Jun

I think dispensing drinks from smaller bottles is easier, so I talked …I think dispensing drinks from smaller bottles is easier, so I talked myself out of getting one of these.



Yea but if you wanted to create consistent mixers all night then this is the way. Typically after a few I forget how to measure. This way I measure once by tipping in bottles and bottles and never have to worry about it again.

I'm not sure how it would do for carbonated drinks so maybe no mimosa; but screwdrivers, bloody marys and the like would all work well with this.
LOL_is_stupid1st Jun

Just Wilko. Doesn’t need an ‘s’ added to the end.


It is the same price at Tescos
I ordered from wilko online and yes the lid is of a cheap thin metal material and it came dented. I will be giving it back. I suggest you buy in store if interested otherwise a good buy
Edited by: "APAT9128" 13th Jun
These looked nice in store but I cannot justify the amount of space it would take up on the kitchen counter
davemhaynes1st Jun

I think dispensing drinks from smaller bottles is easier, so I talked …I think dispensing drinks from smaller bottles is easier, so I talked myself out of getting one of these.


How you do that?
davemhaynes1st Jun

Make sure it's a strong stand. 7L of liquid is weighty!


Probably about 7KG weighty
LOL_is_stupid1st Jun

Just Wilko. Doesn’t need an ‘s’ added to the end.


It'll always be Wilkinsons. Which has an S.
Wilkos. Like Maths.
Yea.
This will come in very handy at my local temperance meeting as I can fill it with tap water instead of bottled from Tesco. If I buy a couple I can serve up orange squash or Ribena. Hot from me!!
Edited by: "iGlad" 13th Jun
Why are the taps in those so high? There's like 1.5L of drink underneath. How do you dispense that?
EllEzDee2 h, 57 m ago

It'll always be Wilkinsons. Which has an S. Wilkos. Like Maths.Yea.


Their URL disagrees with you:
wilko.co.uk
Edited by: "LOL_is_stupid" 13th Jun
I must admit I used to call "Marks & spencerS" for a long time until my friend pointed out


Hypothetically, I could fill this with Jack & coke or coffee (depending on the day), suspend it from the ceiling near while I well reside for the day. And live the life of luxury pretending to be a giant hamster?

I'm in!!!!!!

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