Volvic Still Mineral Water, 24 x 500ml - £4.00 via Amazon Prime Now
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Volvic Still Mineral Water, 24 x 500ml - £4.00 via Amazon Prime Now

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Found 15th Nov
seems a decent price for 24bottles delivered -
  • Volvic Natural Mineral Water is unstoppable
  • It flows through six layers of volcanic rock, which infuse it with unique volcanic minerals
  • Gives it a clean, crisp taste that helps you feel your unstoppable best.
  • Perfect for serving your daily hydration needs, at the gym, at work or on the go

Top comments

How about reuse the same bottle and full it up with tap water?

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Shame they add £3.99 now for any order under £40. I would have bought 5 boxes.

Same price in Asda, 6 bottles for £1

Can't find this offer

How about reuse the same bottle and full it up with tap water?

Didn't realise they charge for under £40 orders. That's put me off

Voted hot, thanks.

prime now is a joke since to price increase

They don't deliver to Eastbourne

Holgmaster2 h, 9 m ago

Shame they add £3.99 now for any order under £40. I would have bought 5 b …Shame they add £3.99 now for any order under £40. I would have bought 5 boxes.


£35.00 Gift card and your covered

Foolish people make foolish purchases,tap water costs nothing.Are YOU trying to keep up with yourselfs or just idiots !!

You pay for water that comes out of a TAP !!

retroflarical5 h, 2 m ago

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Re; the YouTube video,are you the only sane person on this website.Thank you

OMG!!! water in bottle is distillated no bloody chemicals in it like from tap water is not ''water''.32447955-ipqxG.jpg

retroflarical11 h, 32 m ago

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common sense your eyes not always seeing cruel truth, boil water after let cool down after six hours check what you have in a bowl's bottom and do same thing for the bottled water. you will see the difference.

lol, tap water is recycled flushed toilet water
Gussy_Fink_Nottle8 h, 10 m ago

Foolish people make foolish purchases,tap water costs nothing.Are YOU …Foolish people make foolish purchases,tap water costs nothing.Are YOU trying to keep up with yourselfs or just idiots !!

Edited by: "redmouse2" 16th Nov

DaZkO1 h, 22 m ago

common sense your eyes not always seeing cruel truth, boil water after let …common sense your eyes not always seeing cruel truth, boil water after let cool down after six hours check what you have in a bowl's bottom and do same thing for the bottled water. you will see the difference.

Bottled water is far less healthy than you think,there are no stringent checks,the manufacturers just see PROFIT.
Tap water we cannot avoid,it is in beverages,cooking and when you consume it,it has been through your body several times,.....we are still alive !! 🐴

DaZkO5 h, 45 m ago

OMG!!! water in bottle is distillated no bloody chemicals in it like from …OMG!!! water in bottle is distillated no bloody chemicals in it like from tap water is not ''water''.[Image]



No it's not, it's just from a ground water source normally, a spring. Same as lots of other tap water.
Depending on the plastic, bottled water can be really bad for you.
You can dechlorinate tap water to some extent by letting it off-gas so pop a bottle in the fridge for a day.

If you genuinely think tap water is as good as bottled, you are an idiot. Not all tap water is bad and not all bottled water is good. It depends on your location with tap water but even in the best of places, Watch actual scientific comparisons and educate yourself. Educate yourself on chlorine and how much is in tap water, chalk levels and the real problems these things can cause to your health.

TomF16th Nov

No it's not, it's just from a ground water source normally, a spring. Same …No it's not, it's just from a ground water source normally, a spring. Same as lots of other tap water.Depending on the plastic, bottled water can be really bad for you.You can dechlorinate tap water to some extent by letting it off-gas so pop a bottle in the fridge for a day.


Any reputable brand these days have BPA free plastics, but if the plastic bottle is a concern for you then you may want to delve deeper into what’s in most tap water.
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