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Bobble water

Bobblewater

I have a love/hate relationship with bottled water.  Water is essential.  Bottled water, however, is such a wasteful concept – even if you do reuse in attempt to reduce.  Americans spend over $15 billion every year to satisfy their thirst for it. Most plastic bottles are casually discarded, ending up in landfills, in oceans and on sidewalks. 

Then along comes Bobble.  Bobble is reusable and is made recycled plastic and is free of BPA, Phthalates and PVC.  It is intended to be an everyday accessory rather than an impulse decision.  Retailing around $10, the low price of bobble and its filters is intended to mitigate the cost of regular bottled water consumption, which can run into the hundreds of dollars annually. A single bobble filter equates to at least 300 water bottles, which lessens the environmental impact that single-serve bottled water imposes.

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