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Water is something everyone needs, however, if you buy bottled water you pay a mint for it! At roughly $1 for a 10oz a bottle, that makes a gallon run $16.
This is where tap water comes in!
Super frugal and, with the right water filtration pitcher, no different from most filtered bottle water.
That is why I was super excited to the get the CamelBak Relay to play with! It’s BPA free, pretty aqua blue pitcher looks great on my counter ever day and reminds me to drink my water!
I remember reading somewhere that you need (8) eight ounce glasses of water a day and another glass for each 25 pounds you want to lose. Chalk me up to needing 10 glasses a day – which is a full CamelBak Relay pitcher!
First things first — you need to run water through the new filter and then, fill your pitcher. The first pitcher of water you want to toss as it is full of the random charcoal filter fluff.
Now you are ready to rock!
It filters the water when you fill the pitcher AND filters it again as you pour each glass! I know we have good water in my town, but the CamelBak Relay removes the hint of chlorine that I can taste.
Here are more fun facts that make me love this!
- It has a slim design so it could fit in most fridge doors…
- It is Easy to Clean…
- It is Dishwasher Safe…
- It has a Spill Proof Locking Lid with A VERY easy to read Filter Replacement Dial…
- It is backed by Camelbak’s Got Your Bak Lifetime Guarantee
The lid stays on, it fills quickly, its easy to pour without worrying about water going everywhere, and no more black floaties in my water. This is so easy that Miss Sarah could use it!
OK, my frugal water source is ready for summer, now I just have to get myself walking…yippee!
Disclaimer: I was provided with a CamelBak pitcher for purposes of review, but all thought are entirely my own.