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Water Bobbles – no more water bottles waste

Don't buy those water bottles again. Bobbles – is a pet bottle that can be your very own personal water filter – on the GO!! It filters out chlorine and other contaminants as you drink. The filter, replaceable, lasts for about 300 bottles. Does the job for about two months. The filters are available separately.

The Bobble is also a good idea environmentally speaking. As the Bobble website notes, 1.5 million barrels of oil are used annually to make plastic water bottles, most of which are then casually discarded. We had been buying bottled water. Looks like now we'll be drinking from our Bobbles.

(This trip to India this time lasted 6 months. I wish I came to know about this before. I would have saved so many water bottles)

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