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BPA Free Bottle: 700ml $1 (Blue/Red/Grey/Purple) or 750ml $2 (Pink/Purple/Teal) & Stainless $4.99 @ Officeworks C&C or in Store

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BPA Free Water Bottle
1) 700ml $1 Each
This Sports Bottle is a great option for when you want to carry a drink on the go with you. It has a durable construction and comes with a lid so you won't have to worry about leaks or spills.
This bottle has a 700 mL capacity.
It has a durable low density polyethylene and polypropylene construction.
It's BPA free for added peace of mind.
The included lid will ensure that the liquid inside doesn't leak or spill.
Blue
https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/ldpe-sport...
Red
https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/sports-bot...
Purple
https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/sports-pet...
Grey
https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/ldpe-sport...

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2) 750ml Water Bottle:
A) Hot Pink $2
This Sports Bottle is a great option for when you want to carry a drink on the go with you. It has a durable construction and comes with a lid so you won't have to worry about leaks or spills.
This bottle has a 750 mL capacity.
This bottle has a PET and polypropylene construction.
It's BPA free for added peace of mind.
The included lid will ensure that the liquid inside doesn't leak or spill.
It has a bright hot pink design.
https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/sports-bot...
B) Purple
https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/sports-pet...
C) Teal
https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/sports-pet...
D) Stainless Water Bottle $4.99 Each
This Sports Bottle will help to ensure you drink enough water throughout the day. It has a stainless steel, single walled construction to be durable and long lasting.
It has a capacity of 750 mL.
The bottle has a stainless steel and polypropylene construction.
It's BPA free for added peace of mind.
The lid will help to reduce the chances of accidental spillages.
Blue
https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/stainless-...
Silver
https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/stainless-...
Purple? Pink?
https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/stainless-...

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    • +5

      It is. They don’t charge you for the BPA anymore

    • +14

      I love how it also states

      comes with a lid so you won't have to worry about leaks or spills

      like thats unusual

  • +1

    Just buy Voss when it's on discount

  • This is a dumb question, but can you put the stainless steel ones in the freezer?

    • +8

      No such thing as a dumb question only dumb answers. If putting in the freezer maybe keep it upright without the lid on to allow for expansion

      • +3

        no such thing as a stupid question, only stupid people.

        • +2

          No such thing as a stupid question, just inquisitive idiots.

  • Descriptive Colour Purple

  • -2

    Y'all aren't eating canned foods anymore right?

    • Do you also order fluoride free toothpaste to prevent calcification of your pineal gland?

  • Free BPA free bottle…

  • Picked up 6 of the $1 bottles from garden City office works brisbane… Plenty left. FYI - They were marked as $3 but scanned as $1.

    • Can they be put in the dishwasher? :) i'm too lazy to wash by hand.. haha

      • +1

        Kmart also sells a $1 water bottle, albeit a 600ml, that is specified as being dishwasher safe

        • +1

          ah awesome! kids water bottles sorted for next school year… 3 bottles per day x 5 gets annoying! life saver! haha

        • -2

          @scud70:

          lol you wash them every day?

        • @klownz: Hmmm u seen bottles that a 6 year old has used all day?…. Loll

  • won't the drink inside the stainless ones get warmer faster than the plastic ones? (or is it a negligible difference in practice)

    • or it could stay cool for longer, if you dont hold it with your warm hands that is, but atleast you wont have to worry about bodgy bpa free claims while you drink your warm water

  • +1

    Recently heard an RN poscast where the claim was made (by a researcher that does research into plastics) that BPA free plastics are BPx (insert letter for x) and that at least two research papers have been published that reference the replacement plastic as having a similar hormone mimicking effect that's BPA had. Stainless steel might be the way to go.

    • +1

      Not really. In this case BPA free is a bullshit marketing term. Soft plastic bottles have never used BPA. Soft plastic bottles will typically be made from HDPE, LDPE or PP (recycling code 2, 4 and 5 respectively). BPA or similar chemicals have never been used in the manufacturing process of these materials and there are no health concerns with using them for drink containers.

      BPA (Bisphenol-A) is a raw material that is used in the manufacture of polycarbonate and some epoxy resins. Polycarbonate is a hard transparent plastic used to make compact discs as well as reusable bottles, cups and other plastic tableware. There is some residual BPA that can leach out of the polycarbonate into food and drinks.

      As you heard on the podcast, there is concern about BPA free polycarbonates that are made with Bisphenol-S or Bisphenol-F, because they may cause similar health problems.

      BPA is also be used in the epoxy resins that are used to line steel cans for food container.

      • I believe the plastic bottles that don't contain bisphenols are what used to be referred to as PET, however that's neither here nor there, they are mainly used for packaged drinks and while you are probably better off using them, they aren't typically used in reusable bottles (as you kinda mentioned). So are you saying this bottle is not made from a polycarbonate?

        • So are you saying this bottle is not made from a polycarbonate?

          Yes. The Officeworks description says: "It has a durable low density polyethylene and polypropylene construction.". Any similar soft squeezable drink bottle is not going to be made from polycarbonate. Saying that LDPE/PP bottles are BPA free is like calling diesel fuel 'lead free' - true, but misleading because diesel fuel has always been lead free.

          Polycarbonate and PET have a similar appearance. I saw some reusable PET plastic drink bottles while shopping in Kmart today. They had thicker walls than the typical packaged drink bottle so they were rigid, glossy and transparent (tinted with various colours). I checked the label and they are made of PET.

  • +3

    Bpa is well known and most people avoid it, but it was just replaced by bps and bpf which most people have never heard of. They are just as bad endocrine disrupters and should be avoided at all costs. Just use stainless. In years to come you will see advertising saying bpa, bps and bpf free of which will just be replaced by another chemical. Read this or just search on bpa replaced by bps in Google. https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2017/02/...

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