Saka Natural Mineral Water 1.5 L x 6 £1 @ Asda (instore)
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Saka Natural Mineral Water 1.5 L x 6 £1 @ Asda (instore)

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Found 26th Nov 2013
Seen in the Feltham Asda store. Usually £2.

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Original Poster

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You walked out of there with 60 1.5L bottles of water? I don't know whether to be impressed or expect the zombie apocalypse!

Original Poster

That was only the first batch

This isn't a deal! You get this free at home. Just turn the feckin tap on! Hey bisto, nice fresh water very suitable for human consumption! I do hope that you will recycle all 60 of those nasty plastic bottles?

Why don't you invest in a decent water filter?? oO

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Nk74

This isn't a deal! You get this free at home. Just turn the feckin tap … This isn't a deal! You get this free at home. Just turn the feckin tap on! Hey bisto, nice fresh water very suitable for human consumption! I do hope that you will recycle all 60 of those nasty plastic bottles? Why don't you invest in a decent water filter?? oO



If the water filter at work is anything to go by then I'd rather to stick to bottled water. I have never liked tap water.

and the brand name "Evian" spelt backwards?

Decent stuff from Turkey. Always buy it if I can.Time to stock up

Nk74

This isn't a deal! You get this free at home. Just turn the feckin tap … This isn't a deal! You get this free at home. Just turn the feckin tap on! Hey bisto, nice fresh water very suitable for human consumption!



You don't get it for free. You are actually charged twice as well as charged for rainwater running off your property. As to suitable for human consumption, you couldn't be more wrong.

GingerAlbino

You don't get it for free. You are actually charged twice as well as … You don't get it for free. You are actually charged twice as well as charged for rainwater running off your property. As to suitable for human consumption, you couldn't be more wrong.



True, its not at all free but it is cheaper than paying for bottled and a lot greener than shipping it in plastic bottles from Turkey (which is where I think Saka is from). As for UK tap water not being fit for human consumption I do wish people wouldn't spout such spurious nonsense like this. True you do get the occasional case of cryptosporidium or suchlike but its rare. Its just that for many people tap water doesn't have a pleasant taste - which is why I use a filter at home and occasionally do buy these deals. Be proportionate please

I can back up my spurious nonsense as you call it with full facts. Can you say the same?

And could you find a so called water provider in the UK that hasn't been fined heavily in the past by the 'regulator' for giving false information, or lying as it's more commonly known? As to your filter, unless it is far more than a britta type jug, its really filtering very little. Your reply makes you come across like a decent individual and I wish I could convince you. Do a little research into it, you may be quite shocked at what you find. Peace
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