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Do you have a plastic or a steel water bottle?

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Posted 4/18/18 , edited 4/18/18
Which do you have? Or do you prefer to buy bottled water?

Do you have something else entirely?
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when I leave the house it's an aluminum one, well it's not plastic at least. indoors, I typically use this large plastic one to drink out of, I have a few so when one gets too dirty it's tossed into the dishwasher. I don't buy water, I'm fine using tap. however, I do have water on paw in case the water goes out and I need something to drink.
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I have a metal one, but plastic bottled water is my go-to. My lone metal bottle isn't spill-proof, though I'll pick up a different style when it's convenient. I only use water bottles for work and travel. Otherwise, I collect water from a local spring.
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niotabunny wrote:

when I leave the house it's an aluminum one, well it's not plastic at least. indoors, I typically use this large plastic one to drink out of, I have a few so when one gets too dirty it's tossed into the dishwasher. I don't buy water, I'm fine using tap. however, I do have water on paw in case the water goes out and I need something to drink.


Not to sound nosy. But where do you live where you can drink tap water like its nothing? Doesn't tap water have lead in it or something?
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I have this that I use at work and fill it from our cooler

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zangeif123 wrote:

I have this that I use at work and fill it from our cooler



That is so cool!
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qualeshia3 wrote:


zangeif123 wrote:

I have this that I use at work and fill it from our cooler



That is so cool!


Thanks I found it at a place called Box Lunch. It's kinda like a Hot Topic but more for adults.

https://www.boxlunch.com/homepage/?CM_MMC=SEM-_-GGL-_-BR-_-4_9999W1_SEM_GGL_BR%7cBRAND&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI3eTFr-3E2gIVBODICh2v5AROEAAYASAAEgLfQfD_BwE
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I use to use plastic bottles, but bottled water... all the time -_- I use to get my water from an actual supplier that filtered it, but I got lazy.

Oh well.
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Neither. Mine is glass with a rubber grip around it and I gotta say, it tastes pretty good. No where near as good as the water that comes out of a box though. That stuff I buy in bulk.
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I have one of those big ass 1.2L thermoses
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Yes.
Stainless vacuum bottle sometimes. ALuminum bottle coated at work/traveling. Plastic bottle and bladders cycling. Bottled if I have to. We have excellent tap water here.
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qualeshia3 wrote:


zangeif123 wrote:

I have this that I use at work and fill it from our cooler



That is so cool!


INDEED :O
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Posted 4/19/18 , edited 4/19/18
This is mine:
Its a crystal one.

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I've just got a somewhat cheap plastic one because I only really use it when I go to uni. I'm not very fond of store-bought water.
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Steel. Also:


qualeshia3 wrote:
Not to sound nosy. But where do you live where you can drink tap water like its nothing? Doesn't tap water have lead in it or something?


Makes me seriously worry about the state of New Jersey.
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