expired Mount Franklin Still Water 20x500mL $5.50 + Delivery (Free with Prime/ $49 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Pure Australian Spring Water
• Australia’s favourite & most trusted water brand
• Bottles made with 100% recycled plastic (excludes cap, label, which are 100% recyclable)
• Multipack water, 20 x 500mL PET bottles
• Perfect for drinking on the go

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    cheers bought 4 :D

  • +25 votes

    Struggling how this is a bargain.
    Coles 24 x 600Ml @ $8.40 = $0.58 per litre
    MF 20 x 500Ml @ $5.50 = $0.55 per litre

    And let's not go into the complete pointlessness, and environmental impact, of bottled water in Australia.

  • +8 votes

    Dont forget to recycle the bottles for a further saving of $2!

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      Lol I came here to mention exactly that

    • +5 votes

      I think most people recycle them anyway tbh, bit of a bodgy tax grab for government IMHO.
      I mostly don't bother going lining up at machine, all the hassle of it, just for $1 (if I only have 10 bottles) . I still recycle the bottles in recycling bin .

      I'm wondering, do these amazon sellers not have to pay the 10 cents per bottle tax/deposit ?

      An amazing deal if you're in NSW (or other states applicable) and if you can be bothered driving to Woolworths with your bottles in a bag and going through the tedious process of inserting 1 bottle at a time for 10 cents each.

      • +1 vote

        The machine's actually pretty fast.

        My young kids collect the bottles for pocket money. Usually we take a big bag to a drop-off point (80 cents in petrol…) but once we went to a machine and it was quicker than I expected.

        • +3 votes

          There's usually a line up at my local one, so about 10 minutes wait when I tried it. At Woolworths also, and I shop at coles.
          Definitely a bit of fun and rewards for lil kids
          If you have no kids, it's not anything the average person would want to be doing.
          I think there should be something where those of us that recycle at home bins, we should get that tax/deposit back still.

  • +25 votes

    Can we not buy bottled water please?

    Perfect for drinking on the go

    How difficult is it to bring a bottle?

  • +1 vote

    A bit annoyed…. Shipping in March to April!

    WTF?

  • +3 votes

    Shows $8.5 delivery for Prime members?

  • +27 votes

    Water delivered in small plastic bottles by diesel powered trucks. To homes in areas with some of the world’s best water flowing through the taps. This is why the planet dies.

    • -4 votes

      Do you post this on every consumerable product deal?

      Eg all those cheap electronic products from China… Costs to environment of mining heavy metal ores, transporting to China to process ores and then manufacture products, to then transport back to Australia, isn't great for the planet either.

      • +11 votes

        I don't know about you but electronics do not come out of my tap

      • +1 vote

        I agree that any waste is bad, and we should consider being wasteful for any purchase. However, I think this is different and particularly wasteful because clean water is freely available from the tap for most people that buy bottled water. Yes, I'm sure there are some (rare) situations/events where bottled is needed, but it should be avoided wherever possible IMO. I'm happy for 00 to post and remind us regularly.

        But a deal on clean bottled mountain air with free delivery, that would be amazing.

    • +1 vote

      I have tank water which is to acidic to drink. Which is why we buy bottled water.

  • +3 votes

    Just get a water filter on your tap at home and buy a camelbak water bottle.

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    Damn paid $7 on Sunday.

    At least mine is coming today. These will be dispatched in two months lol. Wow.

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    Or go to Officeworks instead of waiting for a month or two. Water is water.

    https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/aqua-to-go...

  • +12 votes

    Buying bottled water LOL. People who buy this for everyday type regular use are such a blight on the environment and quite frankly an affront to human intelligence.

    • +2 votes

      buy it because all the expensive advertising insinuates a better lifestyle when you drink bottled water

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        Or, you know, the filtering for bottled water just tastes better than tap.

        • +3 votes

          Oh no, not the taste! Perfectly healthy drinkable water at our finger tips but no, the TASTE isn't quite right. So instead of doing the intelligent thing and buying a home filter, we need to be a blight on the environment and buy a crapton of plastic bottles to encase our useless water in. Not to mention the price. Truly a first world problem.

          • -1 vote

            @Smol Cat: I also went and bought new BMW when i could have driven my old one for a few more years or i could have gone and bought cheap KIA. I chose what i spend my money on. its called Freedom, everything you buy can be a blight on the environment depending how you dispose of it. People like you make me want to toss it out of car just couse.

  • +1 vote

    Mine is saying this item isn't available for prime free delivery

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    Make sure you select Amazon as the seller, which is the $5.50 one not the $5 as it charges shipping.

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    Can't wait for this waste of resources (plastic production, transport emissions, disposal costs or wildlife killing trash) to be outlawed.

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      I sure hope we get a very proud environment government in very soon.
      I would rather they go over the top of ban everything rather than what we have now.

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        its called Dictatorship - lots of them to try around the world. go and see if you like it first.

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          Lol. Get a grip mate. Banning clearly harmful things is a mark of progress - or are you advocating a return to child labour down the coal mines?

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    Shows "Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months." hrmm

  • +3 votes

    What a cheap way to help kill the environment!

  • -3 votes

    you can only order 5?

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    Wish this was sparkling water, as much as I hate plastic bottles they are the best way to drink it without a soda stream.

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    I look forward to receiving my surprise water delivery in 2 months time when I've totally forgot about it!

  • -1 vote

    Lots of complaints about the impacts of bottled water on the environment, typed from various electronic devices consuming energy, emitting radiation, and/or housing lithium-polymer batteries containing toxic materials. Why don’t you environmentalists spend less time on a consumer driven website where almost nothing we post or buy is really needed, and more time saving the planet.

    • +7 votes

      Ozbargain is the ideal place to discuss consumption with consumers. No harm in being reminded to consider need vs impacts. I buy plenty of great and considered bargains on OzB (not bottled water!) and also care about the planet, they are not mutually exclusive.

    • +4 votes

      Is you're argument seriously that you can't be against bottled water because you're typing on a phone? Just awful.

      Bottled water is a selling a product that you can get way cheaper out of any tap.

      What's that alternative to using a phone again? Something that you buy once every year at worst or once every couple years for most.

      Yes this site is about buying products, but you can do that and still not be wasteful.
      Finding a cheap deal on a flight = not wasteful.
      Buying bottled water or those 2c plastic toy garbage from China = wasteful.

      No one's saying stop consuming all together, but you can limit that to stop being so wasteful.

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        Finding a cheap deal on a flight = not wasteful.

        Aviation in general = exceptionally wasteful.

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          Swing and a miss. Go look up what 'WASTEFUL" means. You seem to be getting wasteful confused with hurting the environment.
          You dont need to drink out of a brand new plastic bottle every 500ml of water you drink. Thats 4 BOTTLES a day if youre drinking the recommended water intake. I N S A N E L Y wasteful.

          Now lets say I want to go to America. What are my options?
          Flying once every couple of years when thats the only option v about 1460 plastic bottles per person per year instead of using cheap much more environmentally friendly tap water. Bizarre you would even think thats an argument.

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            @ScruffTheJanitor: So your objection to plastic bottles isn't an environmental one, just that it's wasteful?

            Anyway, air travel is objectively a waste of resources, especially if the travel is discretionary and solely for your own entertainment. Why not use those limited and high emission resources for human progress instead?

            W A S T E F U L

            Pretty sure that carbon emissions and environmental impacts from one intercontinental plane flight would eclipse someone exclusively drinking bottled water, especially if the bottles are recycled responsibly and not dumped in landfill / the environment.

  • +3 votes

    So here is my story:
    1. Bought 2 sets last time saw this deal.
    2. Brita deal shows up:https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/437727
    3. Loved the taste after water go through Brita and decided to give up these bottled water.

    And I do think you can give a try if you simply don't like the taste of tap water.

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    Not available at 11:25

  • -2 votes

    I don't have any problem consuming tap water, only thing I can't figure out why an excessive amount of Flouride needs to be added, if you drink 2 litres of water you already exceeding daily Flouride limit plus showers will double that amount, then toothpaste, mouthwash and other things that we are taking it has flouride. We don't need that much flouride and it is lab made not natural. Just my opinion I know most of us won't mind exceeding 4x flouride limit.

  • -3 votes

    Lucky enough to be born in the last 1% of human history. Roll any other dice and you would've suffered grueling poverty, french peasants in the late 19th century spent 3 months in a state of hibernation during winter huddling with family doing, nothing, & eating very little, because they can't afford the food needed to replenish the spent energy if they gone active. But now the environmentalists look at the human filth who just want to live better lives, a luxury that was not available at any other time, and their first thought is to CRUSH IT. how dare they try to live more luxuriously in the form of 20 bottles for $5.50 + delivery. I care about the environment just as much as any other reasonable being. but environmentalism doesnt have to mean anti-human. theres 6~ billion waiting ecstatically to jump to our standard of living. are you going to block them too?

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      What is your point in all this. It looked like you were going anti plastic by showing how good we have it but then you go into even though we have it so good we should kill the environment to have it a little better (but not really because bottled over tap is next to no different)

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    …and it's back.

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    The item Mount Franklin Still Water 20 x 500mL from this seller has a limit of 2 per customer. We have updated your quantity of Mount Franklin Still Water 20 x 500mL to 2.

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    EXPIRED! There are currently no listings for this product.

  • +1 vote

    Dahmmit it only allows me to buy 2 cartons!! If only Sydney Water didn’t taste like swill. My plain water consumption increased exponentially Vs. soft drink after ditching tap water. Filters that soften the water too cost way too much so may as well just get spring water.

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    Water has never been cheaper on ozbaragin great deal.

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    Thanks OP ordered for the wifey who can't drink out of the tap.

    • +1 vote

      Not sure why Smol Cat is getting down votes, it is a very valid point. The only reason I see for using bottles like this in Australia is simply for convenience for events or parties (where yes this a bargain). Even that use is a luxury convenience that isn't completely necessary. Any other use is an unnecessary use of plastic and at a higher cost than filtered tap water.

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        It's a good point about bottled vs tap water, but an invalid use of the negative vote.

        • +1 vote

          Yeah agreed. But can definitely understand where they are coming from and why they are passionate about it.

  •  

    Thx OP..

    Order limit is 2, so i had to max out all my amazon accounts :)

    Any cage egg deals going??

  •  

    I got the last order delivered to post office. Almost broke my back carrying those!

  • +3 votes

    Same price at Coles this week..

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    Water in Melbourne's Western suburbs is acidic and awful.

    I am buying bottled water untill my southern Cross pottery filter arrives.

    Thanks for the deal.

  • +2 votes

    $0.55 / L or 55 cents per Litre for water lol oh boy.. hey man if you feel like throwing away your money maybe start donating to a charity or volunteer association or group

    Your tap is fine guys we don't live in a third world country

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