Culligan Water Bottles

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  1. tarheelmjfan

    tarheelmjfan <font color=red>Proud Redhead<br><font color=blue>

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    After reading the Brita thread, I started looking for them. Apparently, they're no longer making them, so I'm looking elsewhere. I don't want to purchase something that I can't get refills for. Has anyone ever tried the Culligan water bottles? Do they work as well as the Brita bottles did?
     
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  3. tatooed goofy

    tatooed goofy Mickey's #1 Fan until Goofy shows up!!

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    Just an FYI---
    We found it was better to just get the 5 gallon jugs delivered and get a large dispenser at Home Depot. I just thought I would share in case you were thinking of this at all. :confused3 :p
     
  4. bexplosive

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    check out purewater2go. you can get the water filter bottles from them

    www.purewater2go.com

    great product!! I got mine in a few weeks ago.
     
  5. jsquirt555

    jsquirt555 Earning My Ears

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    I just got my purewater2go bottles and I love them! I ordered the family pack of the 27oz sport bottles and a few extra filters. They are very handy, I definitely recommend them for everybody. You can just throw them in a bag or carry them anywhere. Just refill wherever you are.

    Our water where I live has a funny smell to it. I tried it with that, and it smells and tastes like fresh, pure water!!

    My husband didnt want to get them because he thought they wouldnt work. Boy was he WRONG!!

    Janice
     
  6. OhMari

    OhMari WDW PreTrip and Trip Moderator Moderator

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    We had Culligan for the last 5 years. My unit cost $150, now you can pick them up for like $85 at Home Depot. Culligan picks up our bottles and I pay $5.25 for 4 refills a bottle. My youngest doesn' like the taste. It took me awhile to get used to it.
     
  7. bexplosive

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    not sure we are talking about the same thing. these are water filter bottles that have a filter built into them. you carry it around with you. they only cost about $8-$12 and lasts 3 months.

    check it out at www.purewater2go.com
     
  8. jsquirt555

    jsquirt555 Earning My Ears

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    I've tried the ones at www.purewater2go.com they work well.
     
  9. bevtoy

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    We purchased purewater2go filters. They ship fast and the filters work well.
     
  10. Mel2111

    Mel2111 Earning My Ears

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    I agree, they are 2 thumbs up in my book. I've had mine for a while, and I dont know what I did without them!! :thumbsup2
     

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