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Highland Spring Sports cap Still Spring Water, 48 x 330ml for £6.60 @ Costco 14p Per Bottle
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Highland Spring Sports cap Still Spring Water, 48 x 330ml for £6.60 @ Costco 14p Per Bottle

£6.60£7.6814%Costco Deals
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Posted 29th Mar 2019

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  • Our still water is here to make sure you can feel good and give it your all every day.
  • Every drop of Highland Spring is lovingly drawn from organic land.
  • Feel refreshed with water as pure as nature intended.
  • Our 330ml Handy Packs are easy to carry in your handbag or pocket, and perfect for when you or the kids are on the go.

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Might be the best deal for Highland spring but I feel this will be freezing. Much cheaper options of H2O that are available
sagman7629/03/2019 13:01

Might be the best deal for Highland spring but I feel this will be …Might be the best deal for Highland spring but I feel this will be freezing. Much cheaper options of H2O that are available


Yes, such as tap water.
Add_to_Basket29/03/2019 14:35

Yes, such as tap water.


To be honest my tapwater is awful. It has a real disinfectant smell and taste to it. Likewise where my parent are in Devon is the same. I do buy bottled but i'll get Tesco own brand or similar that's still spring water and not pekham water but ts cheaper than highland water lol
sagman7629/03/2019 14:48

To be honest my tapwater is awful. It has a real disinfectant smell and …To be honest my tapwater is awful. It has a real disinfectant smell and taste to it. Likewise where my parent are in Devon is the same. I do buy bottled but i'll get Tesco own brand or similar that's still spring water and not pekham water but ts cheaper than highland water lol


I agree, I picked up the Kirkland water which is bottled at Harrogate anyway, works out a lot cheaper than most places. I think 40 x 500ml bottles was something like £4.20
AbandonedTrolley4 h, 49 m ago

I agree, I picked up the Kirkland water which is bottled at Harrogate …I agree, I picked up the Kirkland water which is bottled at Harrogate anyway, works out a lot cheaper than most places. I think 40 x 500ml bottles was something like £4.20


We got the Kirkland ones too 40 bottles at £4ish. I didn't see these but managed to get the full sized bottles which we a good price for Highland.
Bottled water is simply not as good for you as tap water. It's marketed heavily to present that way. Save your money, help the environment and enjoy healthier water.

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Environmentalists keep warning about the dangers of plastic bottles to our nature, animals and health. At the same time, media and some experts are warning that the tap water is full of pharmaceuticals, microplastics, heavy metals and chemicals. Who should you believe? What’s the truth?

Here are 5 facts about why you should drink tap water (filtered or unfiltered):

It’s generally safe and healthy

Don’t take our word for this. Based on hundreds of studies around the world, to drink tap water that follows the World Health Organization’s guidelines for drinkable water (US and EU countries do) is generally as healthy or healthier than bottled water. The water from the tap is tested several times every day to ensure that it’s safe to drink and in case it’s not, your water company is obliged to inform you. In England alone, 99.97% of analysis passed the stringent tests last year and most of Europe and the US report similar results.

Unfortunately there are many cases where the water turns out to be unsafe to drink despite regulation and testing. Recent issues include lead found in the tap water in Flint, New Jerseyand Chicago and PFAS found in 30 regions in the US and Europe. Another recent problem is microplastics as we don’t know the impact on humans yet.

A simple, affordable and high quality water filter such as TAPP 2 will protect you and your family from the most common water pollutants.

Drink tap water and save moneyTap water costs less than 0.1p / cent per liter. Bottled water costs from 20p per liter and upwards, making it 200x more expensive or even more depending on the brand. Bottled water in restaurants, coffee shops and kiosks is even more expensive.

By drinking tap water at home and carrying a refillable water bottle, people save a lot of money, sometimes as much as 500 GBP (€570) per year.

A water filter will also save considerable amounts of money. Just do the calculation of how much you are currently spending in bottled water and we guarantee you will be surprised!

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With a faucet filter it’s the same level of convenience. Just make sure to replace the cartridges frequently (every 3 months) and buy a nice refillable bottle like Retap for free tap water on the go.

TasteIn some places like New York, London, Munich and Madrid the local tap water tastes pretty good. In other countries and local municipalities it may taste poor or really bad. But the bad taste can easily be improved by using a water filter or adding citrus fruits. According to blind tests, 9 out of 10 people cannot taste the difference between filtered and bottled water. And for those that prefer sparkling water, there is the option of making it yourself with a Soda Stream.

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You can actually taste the difference in this compared to lake district water... its light you can wiggle your tongue around a mouth full to test it its like air! Hard to explain but ive been testing some waters and this is by far the best so far really stands out.
Voted hot. Bottled water in only thing I can buy from Costco
sagman7629/03/2019 14:48

To be honest my tapwater is awful. It has a real disinfectant smell and …To be honest my tapwater is awful. It has a real disinfectant smell and taste to it. Likewise where my parent are in Devon is the same. I do buy bottled but i'll get Tesco own brand or similar that's still spring water and not pekham water but ts cheaper than highland water lol


Probably more to do with your piping
From what room? Kitchen if so do you clean your taps with disinfectant ?
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