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Corwin 7,342 36,876 October 16, 2015 at 11:06 PM in Appliances (10) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 10-17-2015 by slickdewmaster at 06:42 AM View Original Post
Walmart.com has a various Water Dispensers on sale. Shipping is free. Thanks Corwin
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Edited October 17, 2015 at 08:09 AM by cricket702
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  • Primo Top-Load Water Dispenser [walmart.com] (Stainless Steel/Black, 900127) $66.75
    • Features
      • Spill-proof bottle receptacle with patented leak protection system
      • LED light helps dispensing in low light conditions
      • Energy saving on/off switch for hot tank
      • ENERGY STAR-qualified
      • Uses 25 percent less power than traditional dispensers
      • Primo Water Dispenser dispenses icy cold water twice as fast as standard models
      • Dispenses near boiling water
      • Convenient pushbutton controls with child safety latch
      • Dishwasher safe drip tray
      • Accommodates all round and rectangular 3, 4, 5 and 5.2-gal. bottles
      • CSA certified/NSA approved
  • Primo Top Load Hot/Cold Water Dispenser [walmart.com] (601087) $76.50
    • Features
      • Dual spout Primo water dispenser
      • Fast-flowing
      • Icy-cold, cool and piping hot water
      • 2.0 compressor cooling system
      • Stainless steel hot and cold tanks
      • Universal probe with leak guard
      • Child safety latch and stability bracket
      • LED night light
      • Energy saving on/off switches
      • Stainless steel drip tray with float
      • UL certified
      • ENERGY STAR rated
      • Tank capacity cold/hot: 54 fl oz/34 fl oz
      • Color: black and stainless steel
      • 1-year limited warranty
  • Whirlpool Stainless Steel Top-Load Water Dispenser Water Cooler [walmart.com] (7LIECH-SSF-WL) $76.99
    • Features
      • Approximately 70 percent stainless steel front has the most stainless steel out of any top-loading retail cooler
      • Professional-grade construction uses a stronger frame than used by normal coolers
      • Dispensing faucets are tested 1 million cycles
      • Build quality is designed to last for many years of heavy use
      • IceChill technology powerfully cools the water using a large ice block
      • Water is maintained at a frigidly cold temperature, making a delicious and refreshing cup of water
      • Makes 1.3 gal (5 L) of cold water every hour
      • Proprietary heating technology maintains water in the ideal steaming hot range
      • Makes robust cups of tea, instead of weak, watery tea
      • Makes 1.3 gal (5 L) of piping hot water every hour
      • Delayed cycle compressor technology runs far less than normal water coolers, leading to an extended lifespan for the cooler
      • Fast Flow technology pours water out 3 times faster than many other brands
      • Child-resistant faucet up high out of reach of toddlers
      • Large, removable drip tray for easy cleaning
  • Primo Bottom Loading Hot/Cook/Cold Water Dispenser [walmart.com] (601089) $99.75
    • Features
      • Bottom loading eliminates lifting, flipping and spilling
      • Triple spout
      • Fast-flowing
      • Icy-cold, cool and piping hot water
      • 2.0 compressor cooling system
      • Stainless steel hot and cold tanks
      • Child safety latch
      • LED nightlight
      • Indicator lights for on, cooling, heating and replacing bottle
      • Energy saving on/off switches
      • Stainless steel drip tray with float
      • UL certified
      • Tank capacity hot/cold: 51 fl oz/34 fl oz
      • Black water dispenser
      • 1-year limited warranty
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#3
SOLID DEAL... just bought bottom load a couple weeks ago
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#4
Thank you. Needed one of these.
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#5
Anyone know how much the bottles/refills are?
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#6
Bottled water is still the least slickest deal ever. No matter how big the bottle.
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Anyone know how much the bottles/refills are?
Yes...
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#8
Bought one .... Thanks
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Quote from dealhunter85 View Post :
Anyone know how much the bottles/refills are?
I was going to ask the same question. I read one review saying the Walmart bottles have a issue with the Primo. The cheapest seems to have some issues staying cold after around a year buying it. The Whirlpool has only 1 review. As of now I just get the 32 Kroger pack of water for $3.50. I'm wondering how much I'll save with a water dispenser. It would be a lot easier.
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Quote from CoMoBorn View Post :
Bottled water is still the least slickest deal ever. No matter how big the bottle.
whats the alternative? I guess a good purification system which you can hook to a kitchen or bathroom tap ?
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#11
looking for a dispenser that used brita filters.
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#12
I might be obsessive but how does one clean the dispenser? I don't mean the drip tray but the inside tubing and tanks. I'm sure over time things would build up on the inside and it would bug me if I could not see and clean the dispenser thoroughly. That would defeat the purpose of drinking bottled water.

Nvm. I googled.

http://m.wikihow.com/Clean-a-Water-Dispenser

Doesn't seem like a easy chore. I guess that's the price you pay for having 24/7 hot/cold drinking water.
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Last edited by junkreceiver October 17, 2015 at 05:44 AM
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spray it out with a hose. hehe
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#14
You can refil the 5 gallon jugs for approx $.30-.50 per gallon
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Yes...
I loll'ed at your answer Big Grin
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