Saskia Still Mineral Water (2L) 25p each @ Lidl in store
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Saskia Still Mineral Water (2L) 25p each @ Lidl in store

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Watch any consumer programme. Look at any scientific report. Countless documentaries. Tap water is better for you and NO NEED FOR PLASTIC. It beggars belief how susceptible and gullible people can be.
aajax4225/07/2019 20:09

Watch any consumer programme. Look at any scientific report. Countless …Watch any consumer programme. Look at any scientific report. Countless documentaries. Tap water is better for you and NO NEED FOR PLASTIC. It beggars belief how susceptible and gullible people can be.


Maybe people have tap water they don't like, they like the taste of bottled water, its all personal choice, I'm glad you drink tap water.
The retailers give consumers the choice who choose what to buy, maybe its the retailers you should put your points too.
Edited by: "DCFC79" 25th Jul
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isn't that usual price?
Been drinking for years anyone out here actually can tell if this is any good mineral wise?
Brilliant price in this weather-taste sooo good just out of fridge. Sparking water same price
Watch any consumer programme. Look at any scientific report. Countless documentaries. Tap water is better for you and NO NEED FOR PLASTIC. It beggars belief how susceptible and gullible people can be.
5p saving..you really have nothing to do at here..switch off pc..get tap water..and you save 25p plus electricity costs
aajax4225/07/2019 20:09

Watch any consumer programme. Look at any scientific report. Countless …Watch any consumer programme. Look at any scientific report. Countless documentaries. Tap water is better for you and NO NEED FOR PLASTIC. It beggars belief how susceptible and gullible people can be.


Maybe people have tap water they don't like, they like the taste of bottled water, its all personal choice, I'm glad you drink tap water.
The retailers give consumers the choice who choose what to buy, maybe its the retailers you should put your points too.
Edited by: "DCFC79" 25th Jul
DCFC7925/07/2019 20:39

Maybe people have tap water they don't like, they like the taste of …Maybe people have tap water they don't like, they like the taste of bottled water, its all personal choice, I'm glad you drink tap water.The retailers give consumers the choice who choose what to buy, maybe its the retailers you should put your points too.


Sadly, it is choices like that which are poisoning the planet. In ten years time you might look back in sorrow. Did you enjoy the hottest day of the year? Think on please.
Krizzo325/07/2019 19:43

Been drinking for years anyone out here actually can tell if this is any …Been drinking for years anyone out here actually can tell if this is any good mineral wise?



Brita jug only, been using it for months and every time I go visit a friend that still buy bottled water is like watching a monkey with nuts.
aajax4225/07/2019 21:07

Sadly, it is choices like that which are poisoning the planet. In ten …Sadly, it is choices like that which are poisoning the planet. In ten years time you might look back in sorrow. Did you enjoy the hottest day of the year? Think on please.


I'm not disagreeing with you, I just think this is the wrong place to do it.
aajax4225/07/2019 21:07

Sadly, it is choices like that which are poisoning the planet. In ten …Sadly, it is choices like that which are poisoning the planet. In ten years time you might look back in sorrow. Did you enjoy the hottest day of the year? Think on please.


lol, the earth will be here a lot long after the human race is gone, stop worrying over nothing pls
aajax4225/07/2019 20:09

Watch any consumer programme. Look at any scientific report. Countless …Watch any consumer programme. Look at any scientific report. Countless documentaries. Tap water is better for you and NO NEED FOR PLASTIC. It beggars belief how susceptible and gullible people can be.



My tap water is disgusting, reeks of chlorine and it doesn't enter my body at any time.. I lived in London for 25 years and happily drank Thames tap water but oddly, my locale in Wales has over chlorinated water. I've complained, had it tested, done all the stuff you can, but now have to buy Lidl Sparkling spring water at 17p a bottle.
A refundable glass bottle option would be ideal but until then I just recycle.

As it happens, the Saskia carbonated is a particularly good water IMo but at twice the price of the spring water there's no comparison.
Edited by: "shakeyjake66" 25th Jul
shakeyjake6625/07/2019 22:19

My tap water is disgusting, reeks of chlorine and it doesn't enter my body …My tap water is disgusting, reeks of chlorine and it doesn't enter my body at any time.. I lived in London for 25 years and happily drank Thames tap water but oddly, my locale in Wales has over chlorinated water. I've complained, had it tested, done all the stuff you can, but now have to buy Lidl Sparkling spring water at 17p a bottle. A refundable glass bottle option would be ideal but until then I just recycle. As it happens, the Saskia carbonated is a particularly good water IMo but at twice the price of the spring water there's no comparison.


Personally, in my family most of us dont like the taste of tap water, unless we dilute it with any squash/robinsons drinks then everyone's happy so we buy alot of bottled water
the thing is when you full a glass with ta water where i like there are bits floating in it and it tastes odd in comparison to bottle water

they price matched aldi who also have 4 for £1
Shouldn't you ditch your smartphone and electronics before you start lecturing people about 'poisoning the planet' by buying bottled water?
My tap water tastes of chlorine, i use a wilko filter just and it tastes great.
I know its probably not harmful, but the filter catches quite alot of bits?
There is a documentary on bbc about the truth of supermarket foods, bottled water was on it, in summary bottled water;
Contains micro plastics,
Contain lots of bacteria as its not chlorinated
You would have to drink 140l to get the mineral benefit of one banana.
I haven't touched bottled water in years. However, my dad recently switched to bottled and his gas issues have disappeared. He suspected some sort of change in our tap water a few months ago. I thought it was all in his head. But, his gas has gone, so we are happy he has access to soft bottled water.
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