Volvic Plain Still Reviews
Product Type: Volvic Soft Drink
Description:Manufacturer: Volvic / Water
Newest Review: ... me about 45 p the last time, it depends where you buy it. I always tend to buy Volvic as it is the cheapest in their fridge ... more
Customer Volvic Plain Still Reviews (14)
by - written on 07/06/10, updated on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Anyone seen those 'Cheeky Volvic' adverts on tv? Bet you have. You know the ones, where the young guy tries to convince us all that buying a bottled mineral water is so much better for us all, than just switching on the tap and getting a glass of water. After all that would be too easy wouldn't it. The bottled water industry must be rubbing their hands together at how easy it is to sell us all the very thing that we have coming out of our taps at home, but for a much bigger mark up. In fact the worlds rate of consumption of bottled water had more than quadrupled between 1990 and 2005. Amazing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/10 (Very useful, 159 readings)
I do drink a lot of bottled water, mainly because i live in Brighton and the water in this area from the tap is genuinely horrible (i think it's the proximity to London), i used to live in Hereford (West of England) and the water there taste much nicer. So anyway, I normally buy one of the major supermarket (usually Tesco or Sainsbury's) own brand bottles of water, because they are much cheaper on the whole. As usual with my reviews, i find it easier and more useful to split the review into sections: PRICE On a recent trip to Sainsbury's i saw Volvic 50cl bottles in packs of six, priced at £1.98 and on a buy-one-get-one-free offer. So it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/08 (Very useful, 69 readings)
Volvic Plain Still Water.... Now I don't usually buy bottled water to drink at home and would only fork out the high cost of buying a bottle when out and about. The main reason I opt for water is because it is half the price of other drinks that are in the chiller sections in all shops. Drinks such as Dr Pepper or Fanta cost over £1 now a days where you can get a bottle of water for around the 50pence margin. I would usually opt for which ever bottle of water is the cheapest and this particular time it happened to be Volvic though I do believe that more often than not store brand bottled water is cheaper. This bottle which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/13 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I drink a lot of water, I drink throughout the day and carry a bottle of water out with me, as I get a dry throat and will otherwise lose my voice. I tend to buy a bottle every few weeks and then fill it up from the tap. Although I am now starting to think about not re using the plastic bottle after reading about how they degrade and the chemicals affect the water or drink inside them. You can buy 6 x 50 cl bottles of Volvic Water in Tesco for £2, 1 bottle cost me about 45 p the last time, it depends where you buy it. I always tend to buy Volvic as it is the cheapest in their fridge they have as a single bottle, apart from the Tesco own or other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/10 (Very useful, 168 readings)
I drink a large amount of water at the moment and was intrigued when I saw the Volvic adverts about joining the Volvic challenge where you drink 1.5 litres of water every day for 14 days. So off I went to Tesco and purchased a number of Volvic 1.5 litre bottles at the price of £1 each. Like most bottled water it comes in a clear plastic bottle and has a green label on it which also advertises the Volvic 14 day challenge. The label also states that it is natural mineral water and that it has been filtered through layers of volcanic rock acquiring a unique mineral composition. I thought that this last comment must be the reason for the 14 day challenge as ... Read the complete review
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