GREEN PRODUCT REVIEW: Bobble Water Purifying Jug

by , 01/18/12

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The Bobble jug is totally worth the $29.99 we paid for it, and we’ve already saved that much by not buying bottled water. Aside from its functionality, we love its visual appeal and its signature Karim Rashid curvaceousness (hence the name Bobble). We’re not crazy about having to stand at the sink holding the jug while the water filters but considering the Bobble jug’s other assets, that doesn’t seem like such a big deal.

+ Water Bobble

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  1. Alex Rieder June 11, 2013 at 7:47 am

    My bobble is not instantaneous which it claims it is, which means I have to stand at the sink waiting for it\\\’s tiny reservoir to empty over and over and I find it dribble when it pours so it leaves a puddle on the counter or the floor. If it is going to claim to filter instantly, it should actually filter instantly.

  2. rosalietas March 6, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    My water had a real metallic taste. I think the filter was in too long. Would that be the cause of the terrible taste?

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