Friday, September 2, 2011

Product Review - New Filter Water Bottles

Bobble Filter Water Bottles are Tough
 Disposable plastic bottles use valuable resources, clog our waterways and of course, cost too much money. Fishermen and women were probably amongst the first to know that water in throw away plastic bottles is an environmental no-no.

During a day out off Caloundra, Qld, we field tested a new reusable filter bottle called "Bobble" which has recently been launched in Australia and New Zealand.

The Bobble Water Bottle's ingenious design removes chlorine and contaminants from tap water and so you can drink crisp, clean portable water without incurring the significant costs – both environmental and monetary – associated with plastic bottles. As water passes over the carbon filter, the negative ions of contaminants are drawn to the carbon granules – leaving the water crisper and cleaner tasting than ever.
Made from recycled plastic and free of BPA, Phthalates and PVC, bobble is this spring/summer’s must-have reusable accessory. bobble’s low price will mitigate the cost of regular bottled water consumption, which can cost individuals hundreds of dollars annually.

Certainly we found that the water stored in the Bobble tasted great, at least as good if not better than purchased bottled water. The Bobble is also suprisingly robust. It actually appears flimsy when empty, but the bottles we tested had no problems withstanding the usual pumps and thumps the contents of our esky suffer during a day out on the ocean with no leakage.

Bobble is available nationwide and priced from $9.95/$14.95 For stockists please visit

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