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Sigh, too old now to lift the water bottle.
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And much of it tastes like monochloramine.

No thanks.Smilie
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Any better than the front page top load Primo branded version?
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Sigh, too old now to lift the water bottle.
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Do these only take the 3 gallon waters? Most take 5
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Sigh, too old now to lift the water bottle.
There might be a 2 gallon bottle you could use.
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Any better than the front page top load Primo branded version?
I have the Primo one on the front page and the heater on it just stopped working. It was only around 3 years old. Buying this one now and hoping for better results.
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Any better than the front page top load Primo branded version?
Front load... the bottle sits at the bottom and the pump suck the water up to fill it's internal container. I think this internal container hold about 1 liter for each line. The pump is a bit noisy.

Top load.....doesn't use pump... but you are doing the heavy lifting of that full 5 gal. laugh out loud

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Do these only take the 3 gallon waters? Most take 5
I don't think this top load cares for 3 or 5 gal. The design doesn't look like it have this size restrain and I doubt it have weight restrain to limit to 3 gal either.

For me, I had to use the bottom load. Than drill a hole and shove in the line from the water filter. Have to manually turn on/off the water to fill the 5 gal. If only there is a way I can automate this refill part too. laugh out loud You know, like your toilet turn off the water when the tank is full. laugh out loud
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Front load... the bottle sits at the bottom and the pump suck the water up to fill it's internal container. I think this internal container hold about 1 liter for each line. The pump is a bit noisy.

Top load.....doesn't use pump... but you are doing the heavy lifting of that full 5 gal. laugh out loud



I don't think this top load cares for 3 or 5 gal. The design doesn't look like it have this size restrain and I doubt it have weight restrain to limit to 3 gal either.

For me, I had to use the bottom load. Than drill a hole and shove in the line from the water filter. Have to manually turn on/off the water to fill the 5 gal. If only there is a way I can automate this refill part too. laugh out loud You know, like your toilet turn off the water when the tank is full. laugh out loud
Bottom load works great. Until you have a pump issue. Or the pipes get clogged. Happened to me after about 3 years. Now it takes 60 sec to fill my 32oz bottle. Top load would fill this in 5 sec because gravity.
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I'm just here to say the majority of the USA has clean fresh and safe tap water that is more heavily regulated than bottled water Smilie
And much of it tastes like monochloramine.

No thanks.Smilie
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I'm just here to say the majority of the USA has clean fresh and safe tap water that is more heavily regulated than bottled water Smilie
Our city found that many in our area using private wells may have unsafe levels of radon and uranium in our ground water. Would you suggest the bottled water or the uranium enriched well water?
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I'm just here to say the majority of the USA has clean fresh and safe tap water that is more heavily regulated than bottled water Smilie
Tell that to those in Flint Michigan.
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bought 1. Hopefully it'll last longer than that garbage Primo brand.
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