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September 7, 2018

End of Days Dept.: waterBob — Emergency Bathtub Drinking Water Reservoir


From websites:


When a natural disaster or other emergency strikes, be prepared to have plenty of fresh drinking water on hand with the waterBob Emergency Drinking Water Storage system.


Rather than temporarily filling up an open bathtub with water that could easily get contaminated or leak down the drain, just lay this innovative heavy-duty food grade FDA-approved plastic bladder out in any standard bathtub, attach the fill sock to the faucet, and fill to capacity.


In about 20 minutes you'll have 100 gallons of clean, safe water for drinking, cooking, washing, and flushing that stays fresh for up to 4 weeks.


Includes a handy siphon pump for easily dispensing water into jugs, pitchers, or pans."


It's definitely a great peace-of-mind solution to have on hand, especially in areas prone to hurricanes, and a cheaper alternative to last-minute panic runs to buy expensive bottled water. 






Not sure?

Watch the video, that oughta convince you one way or another.


$34.95 (bathtub and water not included).

September 7, 2018 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


Love it. We save water in the garage in cast off, clean bottles. Dish soap and used bottles are labeled as such. Even some preparation is better than none.

Posted by: Kay Wimman | Sep 10, 2018 9:37:15 PM

So you have to know your water is going to go off?

Posted by: Jo | Sep 9, 2018 1:14:15 PM

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