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Reddit mentions of Primo - Easy Top Loading Ceramic Countertop Water Dispenser - for 3 or 5 Gallon Jugs - Instant Fresh Water

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We found 2 Reddit mentions of Primo - Easy Top Loading Ceramic Countertop Water Dispenser - for 3 or 5 Gallon Jugs - Instant Fresh Water. Here are the top ones.

Coupons for Primo water included - Redeemable at thousands of retail locations nationwide.Dispenses refreshing room temperature water on demand with a simple-to-use push tab.No electricity is required, making it easy to place this dispenser in any room of your home.Ceramic body is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.Includes wooden stand, which elevates the dispenser so you can fill tall glasses with ease.1-Year Limited Warranty included.

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Found 2 comments on Primo - Easy Top Loading Ceramic Countertop Water Dispenser - for 3 or 5 Gallon Jugs - Instant Fresh Water:

u/SenpaiThrowMeAway ยท 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

You can buys water dispensers on Amazon that just pour room temp water. Walmart has some too.

Primo Countertop Porcelain Ceramic Crock Water Dispenser - BPA and LEAD FREE https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00F3HD26O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ogtmDbBATX13K

Edit: I added a link.

u/Gardengran ยท 1 pointr/collapse

Are you in an apartment? Or do you have yard space?

Water can be stored, hiding in plain site - in a yard. Fish ponds or other water features will "store" water. It won't be potable as is, but a still will clean it up. Just keep the chemicals out!

Rain barrels will collect a large amounts of water. It'll be some of the grungiest of the collecting systems - but perfectly good for flushing the toilet - one of the single biggest water uses in industrial countries - the toilet. If you're in a position to switch to a composting toilet - something to consider.

Most of the water you will use doesn't need to be potable. Merely clean. Doing dishes, laundry, washing up will use more water than you need for cooking and/or drinking.

If you're in an apartment, consider using the [large water jugs.] (https://www.amazon.com/Primo-Countertop-Porcelain-Ceramic-Dispenser/dp/B00F3HD26O/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=bluewave+water&qid=1572221548&s=kitchen-bath&sr=1-2) Two, one in use, the other waiting to be used. They last quite a long time as it's only used for drinking. Depending on your system, you may be able to use 1/2 size glass wine carboys.