In place of Brita Fill and Go

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  1. lilsunshine1219

    lilsunshine1219 Earning My Ears

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    I have heard alot about the Brita Fill and Go bottles and I think this will be a great idea for my trip to disney in Aug. The problem is that I cannot find them ANYWHERE. I found these Pure Water 2 Go online and I am wondering if anyone has tried them???

    I am new to DIS boards, so I cannot post the Url yet, but if you google Pure Water 2 Go it come up first

    If anyone has any feedback please let me know.

    Thanks, :confused3
     
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  3. cnids00

    cnids00 Love is in the little touches

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    Brita Fill'n Go was clearanced out at Wal-Mart and then I found them a couple of weeks ago at our CVS store, I was there waiting to pick up a prescription. I don't know about the other bottles you are asking about but wanted to mention the CVS store for the Brita Fill'n Go.

    Maybe another poster knows about the bottles you are asking about. :)
     
  4. we6clarks

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    You usually can find the brita water bottles and filters on sale at Ebay.
     
  5. bexplosive

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    Yes, I have tried the purewater2go bottles. I got mine a few weeks ago, and they are great!!

    www.purewater2go.com

    you can just take them with you anywhere and refill anywhere. a must for any traveling
     
  6. bevtoy

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    I bought the purewater2go ones and we like them.
     
  7. bexplosive

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    which ones did you get? have you tried the BIO bottle? my brother goes camping and fishing a lot, and I just bought a couple for him for his birthday coming up.

    I think it would be perfect for that because then you dont have to carry around water, you just fill it up in a lake or stream!
     
  8. bexplosive

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    that makes sense, that's prolly why nobody can find them anywhere. it was easy enough to buy them from the www.purewater2go.com website, I thought.
     
  9. 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
     
  10. bexplosive

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    haha, did you rub it in??
     
  11. jsquirt555

    jsquirt555 Earning My Ears

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    Why yes I did!! HE now has to pay for dinner the first night, at any place I pick. :banana:
     
  12. bevtoy

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    I never tried the bio bottles, I wonder how they are?
     
  13. comicguy

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    I just ordered the Pure Water 2 go bottles on Sunday from their website. I just hope they ship and arrive before I leave for WDW next Thursday. :thumbsup2
     
  14. Zoemakes5

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    Been thinking about doing this and had a couple of questions....
    What about keeping water cold? Is that an issue at all?
    Typically, I'll half fill a bottle of water and fill it up. Would that be possible with this?
    Thanks
     
  15. Mel2111

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    I got mine pretty quick, you should have them in plenty of time!
     
  16. Mel2111

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    I havent had much of a problem finding cold water. There is usually a water fountain with cold water.

    However, if you like it really cold, you can put a little water in the bottle and freeze it over night. I have done that a couple times, and it works well. However, MAKE SURE that you dont put the filter in the freezer, they warn against that. Just take the cap and filter out when you stick it in the freezer.
     
  17. bexplosive

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    yes, the smaller bottles are much shorter and fit easily in water fountains and sinks. sometimes the large ones are too tall to fit. the 16oz sport bottle is the best size, plus it comes in a family pack, so you get a free bottle!
     
  18. idofabric

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    If you want really cold water remember that you can ask for a FREE cup of ice at any place in WDW and get it. The filter bottles have an opening that is big enought to allow ice in with out spilling to much. I have done this for several years with my Brita fill and go bottles. Worked like a charm!
     
  19. bexplosive

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    ya, thats a really good idea!
     
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  21. sarahrose

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    Where did you get them at? Did you try them? Are they still for sale? :confused3
     

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