Saka Natural Mineral Water 5 Litre £1.00 @ Tesco
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Saka Natural Mineral Water 5 Litre £1.00 @ Tesco

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Found 21st May 2014
Just ordered 10 with only £1 delivery

8.22 pH balance healthy alkaline

Saka has a unique smooth taste due to its naturally balanced mineral content and is ideal for helping replenish the minerals lost throughout the day.

Saka water has a healthy balanced 8.22ph level and has been awarded for its taste by the international taste and quality institute.

Saka continues to maintain strong alliances with a select range of events and affiliations with a number of charitable organisations. The Sake ethos is to promote an active and healthier lifestyle and by supporting and pledging donations, to public charities and private foundations which embody this ethos, Saka is able to invest back into the community.

Saka is the proud water supplier to Fulham FC, London Irish RFC and sponsors Sports Aid, supporting the next generation of young athletes.
Other Information

Recycling Info: Recyclable Pack

36 Comments

hot!!

Original Poster

ckaradogan34

hot!!

5 litres for £1 cant go wrong

Save £1, drink lovely icy cold tap water! (_;)
No nasty plastic compounds to mess up your body either! oO
Win-win situation!

superflyguy

Save £1, drink lovely icy cold tap water! (_;)No nasty plastic compounds … Save £1, drink lovely icy cold tap water! (_;)No nasty plastic compounds to mess up your body either! oOWin-win situation!


This is brought up in every thread! Water quality is completely different in various parts of the country.

Lots of areas have hard water, some have soft. I've been to some cities where the chlorine can be smelt and completely dries out my mouth, and a few times has even caused a sore throat.

Thankfully the tap water where I live in fine, so I don't need to buy bottled!

http://i.imgur.com/dq8esWk.jpg




Edited by: "mamboboy" 22nd May 2014

Banned

I am doing a five day liver flush. I live in a very hard water area and i am going to do it. what the hell when I was on holiday the locals said ''I am the sexiest man in Jamaca''

Banned

It's been this price a year agoo

Bottled water tastes much better when you live in a hard to very hard water area.

mamboboy

This is brought up in every thread! Water quality is completely different … This is brought up in every thread! Water quality is completely different in various parts of the country. Lots of areas have hard water. I've been to some cities where the chlorine can be smelt and completely dries out my mouth, and a few times has even caused a sore throat...Thankfully I live in a soft water area, so don't need to buy bottled!



Where would South West London (Roehampton) be on that would you happen to know? Geography was never my strong point lol

2muchmonth

I am doing a five day liver flush. I live in a very hard water area and i … I am doing a five day liver flush. I live in a very hard water area and i am going to do it. what the hell when I was on holiday the locals said ''I am the sexiest man in Jamaca''



Did you accidentally pick up the 5 litre vodka bottle?

How did you gt £1.00 delivery with only ordering 10 op? Min order is £25 otherwise they add £4.00.

MRR_ltd

Where would South West London (Roehampton) be on that would you happen to … Where would South West London (Roehampton) be on that would you happen to know? Geography was never my strong point lol


Hard I believe? But take in mind, the water hardness/softness has nothing to do with the chlorine, and it may even be better for you than soft water, what with the extra minerals (calcium and magnesium).

The chlorine that's added is down to the treatment plant and the quality of water that's being treated.. which is why I guess I've always found tap water in some cities pretty revolting?

But, honestly, unless you can taste the chlorine, or drinking tap water makes your mouth/throat feel dry, I wouldn't bother wasting money on bottled water - we've got one of the best standards of tap water in Europe!
Edited by: "mamboboy" 21st May 2014

MRR_ltd

Where would South West London (Roehampton) be on that would you happen to … Where would South West London (Roehampton) be on that would you happen to know? Geography was never my strong point lol


Might need a bigger scale to get down to the individual borough.

But you could send for this freebie and test your own tap water. Took months for mine to arrive, but it came eventually. And now I know. Soft, it seems, in this bit of Derbyshire.

superflyguy

Save £1, drink lovely icy cold tap water! (_;)No nasty plastic compounds … Save £1, drink lovely icy cold tap water! (_;)No nasty plastic compounds to mess up your body either! oOWin-win situation!



My most recent water quality check I had done by Yorkshire Water (call their CS and explain that the taste of water is iffy and metallic):

sample contained Aluminium, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Lead, and Zinc.... Unless you feel like self-harming, you preferably don't drink tap!

Turkish bottled water ---------------- No thanks.

Shipped right across Europe from Turkey so its got a massive carbon footprint with it too if that concerns anyone.

Gotta weigh the carbon footprint and plastic container vs chlorine, estrogen, bacteria, metals and other nasties. It's not clear cut (and I'm not being sarcy either).

We've gone with distilling our own. Then adding minerals, and stored in glass bottles. Can't beat the taste.

All the best.

other wasting money on bottled water - we've got one of the best standards of tap water in Europe!
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mamboboy

Hard I believe? But take in mind, the water hardness/softness has nothing … Hard I believe? But take in mind, the water hardness/softness has nothing to do with the chlorine, and it may even be better for you than soft water, what with the extra minerals (calcium and magnesium).The chlorine that's added is down to the treatment plant and the quality of water that's being treated.. which is why I guess I've always found tap water in some cities pretty revolting?But, honestly, unless you can taste the chlorine, or drinking tap water makes your mouth/throat feel dry, I wouldn't bother wasting money on bottled water - we've got one of the best standards of tap water in Europe!



well. I wouldn't be that optimistic. ...

actually we're 7th in Europe when it comes to quality tap water...

not bad but not as good as Switzerland, Norway, Luxembourg, France, Austria or Italy. ..

maybe one day...

hardness of water has nothing to do with how 'good' or 'bad' it is for you. the hardness = chlorine is also a load of tosh. thus, the main premise of that argument in favour of bottled water is invalid.

bottled water IS useful for its portability, etc - but nothing to do with the water itself

probably the greatest triumph of marketing in the modern world goes to the guys who 'sold' us the concept and apparent superiority of bottled water. heck, apparently tap water is even dangerous now (according to some on here)!

Hope they deliver it for you! I used to order ten at a time when i lived in a flat where the water was rank! Was all good for a few months then they restricted it to 5 bottles! Thankfully I moved don't need to use them but still run tap through a Brita jug

None in my local - I love Tesco, that's why I shop elsewhere these days

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We use this when we go on holidays (UK Cottages), it's perfect, we have a couple of smaller bottles for travelling and just transfer it into these when we need to refrigerate. I'm sensitive to water quality changes so this just gives me a bit of piece of mind when away. To be fair it tastes o.k. too ;). Probably wouldn't bother at home as Brita does the job and it's a bit cumbersome.

MRR_ltd

Where would South West London (Roehampton) be on that would you happen to … Where would South West London (Roehampton) be on that would you happen to know? Geography was never my strong point lol



Somewhere in Scotland...

Original Poster

Firemountain

Hope they deliver it for you! I used to order ten at a time when i lived … Hope they deliver it for you! I used to order ten at a time when i lived in a flat where the water was rank! Was all good for a few months then they restricted it to 5 bottles! Thankfully I moved don't need to use them but still run tap through a Brita jug

Hope so i live on the 2nd floor no lift lol

Original Poster

Dontforg3t

How did you gt £1.00 delivery with only ordering 10 op? Min order is £25 o … How did you gt £1.00 delivery with only ordering 10 op? Min order is £25 otherwise they add £4.00.

It gave me £1 option when i choose delivery slot, try again?

Banned

superflyguy

Save £1, drink lovely icy cold tap water! (_;)No nasty plastic compounds … Save £1, drink lovely icy cold tap water! (_;)No nasty plastic compounds to mess up your body either! oOWin-win situation!



Have you ever left your tap uncleaned for say a week or so?

Look underneath it at the buildup of sludge and limescale.

Hold that thought. Now, turn the week into 10, 20, 30 years of sludge and gunk. That's what is inside the pipes which supply water to your home. You don't see it, but it's there. Add some chemicals to taste.

Enjoy your lovely clean water.

Yummy.

Buying bottled water is amongst one of the most unethical things you can do. From where (who) the water is taken from through to disposal of plastic bottles. You also risk leaching out chemicals into the water if the bottle is left in the sun.

Buy a bobble bottle. For £8 you can have 40 litres or two months worth of filtered water. The filter is in the neck so you have fresh filtered water on hand whenever you need it. The bottle is made from recycled plastic and is free from all the harmful nasties found in other bottles.

I drink close to 5L a day sometimes (dehydrating medication) and wouldn't be without mine.

amazon.co.uk/Bob…tle

Oh and saka isn't mentioned but if you buy bottled water you should man up and read this so you know what you are supporting.

ethicalconsumer.org/buy…spx

malgail

.... this just gives me a bit of piece of mind when away.....




Yours has brain in it too? oO

Hard water is, arguably, better water as it absorbs less material (metals, etc.) from the pipes on it's way to you and provides some necessary calcium. Doesn't half mess up your kettle though!
Edited by: "Besford" 22nd May 2014

sykes0609

It gave me £1 option when i choose delivery slot, try again?


They still charge an extra 4 quid on top of that, it seems.

We put a filter on our tap so it's fully filtered, lasts quite a while and works out much cheaper than buying bottled water or the filters for the Brita filters.

trixabel

Have you ever left your tap uncleaned for say a week or so?Look … Have you ever left your tap uncleaned for say a week or so?Look underneath it at the buildup of sludge and limescale.Hold that thought. Now, turn the week into 10, 20, 30 years of sludge and gunk. That's what is inside the pipes which supply water to your home. You don't see it, but it's there. Add some chemicals to taste.Enjoy your lovely clean water.Yummy.



No because unlike you I keep a clean house

That 'gunge' is actually quite natural and harmless - you'll find it in the very rock springs companies rape to supply dum dum's with their bottled chemical concoction. Enjoy dude!!!!

Your welcome

Or you can buy four bottles of 2Ltr for 25p each, which means you get 8Ltr for £1. I used to buy branded water, but nowadays I am acting rationally and buying this water tesco.com/gro…228 .

superflyguy

Save £1, drink lovely icy cold tap water! (_;)No nasty plastic compounds … Save £1, drink lovely icy cold tap water! (_;)No nasty plastic compounds to mess up your body either! oOWin-win situation!


Besford

Hard water is, arguably, better water as it absorbs less material … Hard water is, arguably, better water as it absorbs less material (metals, etc.) from the pipes on it's way to you and provides some necessary calcium. Doesn't half mess up your kettle though!



I'm afraid that "lovely tap" water as you call it has gone through bodies of at least five different people before it was treated with all kinds of chemicals to make it "safe" to drink.
Thanks I will stick to recyclable plastic....
Heat added!

cold. its halel

Original Poster

Gollywood

cold. its halel

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