Good for nature, Good for you! Bobble Water Bottle

Hey Guys xx

I have spent the last few days in the beautiful Wexford Town working and hanging out with my friend.

Have you ever been to Wexford Town?

There are some great shops there and a really nice vibe with buskers on every corner of the narrow pedestrian streets.

Any Hu, while I was there I picked up a bobble water bottle.


You may have seen these around Tesco or Supervalue but loads of other shops stocks them.

They are a reusable bottle that filters water as you drink.

I usually drink 2ltrs of water a day and therefore was buying 2 six packs of water a week, thats 12, 2ltr bottles of water!!

My recycling bin is always full of plastic bottles. The water in my taps at home that is supplied by the “trusty” government is always either white or brown and is, in my opinion unsafe for consumption and with the water charges in effect, I wanted to cut down on the money I spend on bottled water while not compromising my health.

So here is how the filter works,

Simply , ‘When water passes through the ingenious carbon filter, chlorine is removed from ordinary tap water. Bobble uses a carbon filter, a proven, powerful chemical absorbent, as the water passes over the positively charged carbon surface of the filter, the negative ions of the contaminants are drawn to the surface of the carbon granules, where they remain.”

It makes water taste better and it is better for your overall health. As well as that bobble is a beautiful alternative to single-serve plastic water bottles, which harm the earth (and your wallet).

Each replaceable bobble filter equates to 300 single-serve bottles. After 1 year, you alone have removed thousands of bottles from the environment, simply by filtering the water from your tap. The bobble bottle itself is BPA free, and free of Pthalates and PVC.

I opted for the 1ltr size which was 14.99 and comes with the filter, when the filter needs to be replaced (every two months or 300uses) the filter costs 9.99 which when you add up the money spent on bottled water, the bobble makes sense.

Here are the simple instructions;

bobble 2

Thanks for reading

Brenda xx



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