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“Water Way to Drink”

published 06/10/2002

AdvantagesImproves water taste and quality

DisadvantagesNone the sea. The water warms and vapour forms and rises into the sky and the cycle is complete. But is it. Into this cycle add man. Man who drinks the water, bathes in the water and uses it for all manner of unsavoury things, and then what does he do with it, I?ll tell you shall I, he puts it back into the rivers polluted with soaps and body wastes and glorious chemical cocktails, all treated...

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AdvantagesTaste, Quality, price

DisadvantagesMay contain Benzene, Sports Cap

...?Revive? it was easy to think this was something more like an isotonic drink than a pure water, it wasn't just ?Volvic? it was ?Volvic revive?. The grey and red label has eye catching phrases over it like ?Stimulating Hydration?, ?Invigorating lift? and of course ?Berry Blast?, these sounded alive, alluring and exciting. Though the bottle, like so many now a days comes with one of those annoying...

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AdvantagesIs compatible with cheaper filter cartridges

DisadvantagesThe water is very splashy as it pours, an awkwardly shaped and positioned handle

...I drink a lot of water because I have a very active lifestyle, coupled with quite severe IBS that makes it hard for me to drink anything else. Where I live in the Midlands the water is very hit and miss, at work it's usually fresh and clear but at home it has a horrible metallic tang that makes me feel sick before I've quenched my thirst. My family and I have owned many different water filters...

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