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Water Bobble Review

I grew up in a city with a water processing plant and became quite spoiled. I got used to water tasting a certain way. Now that we’ve moved to the country and have well water, I just cannot get used to the difference. I don’t like that I have no idea what is in my water. I don’t feel comfortable giving water to CJ and not knowing what is in it. Luckily, I was able to review an awesome product that lets me give CJ water safely.

The water bobble is a soft plastic water bottle with an attached filter. The filter uses positively charged carbon granules to absorb the negative ions of any type of contaminant in your water. It is all very scientific, but in essence, it gets the nasty out of your water. If you use the filter every day, it will last for two months. You can set up on the bobble website to be alerted when it is time for you to get a new filter. The Water Bobble was invented because of some really scary statistics. Did you know that every year 500 billion water bottles end up in US landfills? Did you know that 1 in 3 tested bottles of water was found to be contaminated. Those are some scary statistics.

The water bobble is made of a harder plastic than most disposable water bottles, but is still soft. My son likes to squeeze it and I don’t have to worry about him breaking it. It is great for throwing in your bag or purse emptying and then just filling up as you go along. I had to go into Boston last month so I packed it empty. When I got into the city, I filled it up in the bathroom at the JFK Building. You would’ve thought I’d bought a bottle of water. It sounds gross, but it is true.

The Water Bobble comes in four different sizes – 13oz, 18.5oz, 34oz, and the 64oz jug. They start at only $8.99, which is a really great deal.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

Lindsey Aylward

Lindsey currently lives on the MA/NH border with her husband, son, and dog. She enjoys crafting, reading, and way too much television for her own good. She blogs at

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