Asda Smartprice Sparkling Water Reviews
Product Type: Asda Soft Drink
Description:Manufacturer: Asda / Type: Water
Newest Review: ... two litre bottle with a white lid and a green and white label (I'm not quite sure why the label is red in the picture, ... more
Customer Asda Smartprice Sparkling Water Reviews (8)
by daisylee3 - written on 02/09/11
I bought this last week as I am currently attempting to give up drinking fizzy drinks such as coke and pepsi, so thought it'd be a good idea to replace them with fizzy water, as the fizz would still be there but the additives would not. I picked up the Asda Smartprice sparkling water purely because it was the cheapest one on the shelf at just 17p for a 2 litre bottle, which works out at 0.9p per 100ml which is extremely cheap. The packaging is really simple - a translucent plastic bottle with a screw-on lid. Asda don't mess about trying to make it look something that it's not and the branding is minimalistic - the bottle simply has a thin piece of laminted ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/09, updated on 22/06/09 (Very useful, 91 readings)
The sparkling water trend slowly comes over from the mainland which is good for me as I much prefer sparkling to still water. ASDA offers 2 litre bottles of sparkling water from their Smartprice range for 17 pence each - a good price but you can get 2 litre of sparkling water at Tesco's for 9 pence a bottle. Still, I always buy the water when I shop at ASDA, which is not so often as it's quite far away from my place. ------------------------- Packing: The sparkling water comes in the well known green/white bottle without any fancy design which is fine by me as I want to buy water and not a nice but more expensive bottle. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
Asda Smartprice Sparkling Water Description: Manufacturer: Asda / Type: Water. Anyone who regularly reads my reviews will know that I review a lot of products from the supermarkets own ranges which aim to offer savings to customers by spending less on fancy packaging. As we all know, the packaging just gets thrown away anyway so why spend extra on it! I have recently become a convert to the Asda Smartprice range, whereas before, I confess that I passed it by, assuming that the cheap and nasty packaging meant that the product would also be cheap and nasty. I have been pleasantly surprised to find that on many occasions, this isn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/10 (Very useful, 127 readings)
I've always regarded paying for water when I can get it from the tap as something slightly pointless, but since dating my current boyfriend, I've taking to buying it in . He has a real addiction to carbonated drinks, and he's also trying to lose weight, and while diet drinks might help with the weight loss,water is the healthiest drink overall. So to satisfy his desire for both fizziness and healthiness, I started buying in bottled water for his visits. Sparkling water can be incredibly expensive, with premier brands such as Perrier or San Pellegrino costing a pound a bottle . I love my boyfriend, but not enough to spend that much, so the Asda smartprice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Asda managed to buy my loyalty this week, by offering me free delivery on my shopping, so I ditched Tesco, and stocked up on lots of lovely cheap Asda stuff. Interestingly, my delivery driver said that Asda have a new policy of being the cheapest supermarket and refunding the difference if you can get a product cheaper elsewhere. I predict a HUGE supermarket price war, and I, for one am quite happy to be caught in the crossfire! One immediate benefit of this new policy is that their ridiculously cheap Smartprice range, has become even cheaper to compete with Tesco. The Smartprice bottled water is usually 17p for a 2 litre bottle, and even has 17p ... Read the complete review
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