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Walmart - Primo Black 2 Spout Bottom Load Hot and Cold Water Cooler Dispenser $149

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Capacity34 Ounces, 51 Ounces
BrandPrimo Water
Model601088
FinishStainless Steel;Black
ColorBlack
Manufacturer Part Number601088
Assembled Product Weight35.7 lb
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)14.20 x 12.20 x 40.90 Inches

Primo Bottom Loading Hot/Cold Water Dispenser:
Bottom loading eliminates lifting, flipping and spilling
Dual spout
Fast-flowing
Icy-cold and piping hot
2.0 compressor cooling system
Stainless steel hot and cold tanks
Child safety latch
Indicator lights for on, cooling, heating and replacing bottle
Energy saving on/off switches
Stainless steel drip tray with float
UL certified
ENERGY STAR rated
Tank capacity cold/hot: 51 fl oz/34 fl oz
Color: black
1-year limited warranty
Primo's Water Dispenser offers instant access to ice cold and piping hot purified water with the touch of a button. Enjoy a cool refreshing glass of water or prepare your favorite hot or chilled beverages, soups or oatmeal with ease. Bottled water is stored conveniently inside the cabinet so there's no need for lifting bottles. The empty bottle indicator lets you know when it's time for a new bottle of water. Its clean, simple look complements the decor of nearly any room in your home or workplace and its child safety latch ensures peace of mind.
ENERGY STAR®
Products that are ENERGY STAR-qualified prevent greenhouse gas emissions by meeting strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy. The ENERGY STAR name and marks are registered marks owned by the U.S. government, as part of their energy efficiency and environmental activities.

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I've been meaning to buy one, can anyone that has one chime in and tell me if it's good?
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I've been meaning to buy one, can anyone that has one chime in and tell me if it's good?
They're ok. I've been working in the water biz for almost a decade. The general consensus these days from manufacturers of store bought machines is if you get more than 5 years out of it consider yourself lucky. The quality of components and thickness of material used inside is designed to last 5 years max
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I've been meaning to buy one, can anyone that has one chime in and tell me if it's good?
bottom loader, so need to carry and potentially slip and slide. it's normally $180 but mark down to $150.
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Bottom loader is easier but more expensive.
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They're ok. I've been working in the water biz for almost a decade. The general consensus these days from manufacturers of store bought machines is if you get more than 5 years out of it consider yourself lucky. The quality of components and thickness of material used inside is designed to last 5 years max
wow, now i understand why those dispenser are garbage, everytime you get a problem with those at least in my case.
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I've been looking at these but we also have a small water pipe meant for a coffeemaker nearby that's not in use. There any options to connect that pipe to a water dispenser like this?
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They're ok. I've been working in the water biz for almost a decade. The general consensus these days from manufacturers of store bought machines is if you get more than 5 years out of it consider yourself lucky. The quality of components and thickness of material used inside is designed to last 5 years max
I completely agree with that comment. I got one and it's no longer cool in a year or so. Ended up give it away on CL.
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Saw one (different brand) on Costco yesterday for the same price. I think I will go with them just for the return policy in case in breaks.
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They're ok. I've been working in the water biz for almost a decade. The general consensus these days from manufacturers of store bought machines is if you get more than 5 years out of it consider yourself lucky. The quality of components and thickness of material used inside is designed to last 5 years max
this should be built like an appliance.. $150 isn't exactly cheap, let alone paying regular price. who buys refrigerators every 5 years? even the small portable refrigerators typically last over a decade. we've had the same refrigerator for nearly 20 years..
it's a shame that they don't last longer since the internals are far less complex than a typical appliance such a refrigerator.
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I don't know the range of their delivery service, but I have Primo delivered. The bottles are only $0.50 more than what they would cost at the store and I get a better dispenser than this for free. There is no minimum bottle order after the first order either. I've had a couple monthly deliveries where I got behind on using the water and requested no bottles and I'm still keeping the dispenser for free. So, depending on where you live if this service is available, it would be silly to pay for the dispenser.
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I have a bottom loading primo. It's been over 5 years easily and it is still working perfectly. I do not use the hot water function at all but cold water is perfect. I get refills from the home improvement stores or Staples.
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Not a fan of bottom loaders. The water flow rate hardly ever lasts in these things. It goes from an ok stream, to barely a trickle in a few years. The easiest way to avoid that problem is a top load dispenser. Besides aesthetics, I can't imagine any other reason to get this.
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I've had this one for a year and it's been great. Water comes out seriously cold. I can put it in a yeti cup without ice and it's still cold at the end of the day after sitting in my car. Water also comes out hot enough to make tea. Obviously, I can't speak to durability but so far so good. https://jet.com/product/Whirlpool...b8e1857ca2
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