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Hello,

can anybody tell what company to select for 19ltr water bottles delivery in Pattaya?

In Bangkok the best quality water sells Sprinkle in my opinion.

Who is the Champion in Pattaya?

Thank you for your information.

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I am in Jomtien, and I use Sprinkle water, I think is good quality. They have a distributor for this area. In Pattaya it's a bit more expensive than Bangkok, but I don't trust the small local company, so it's ok for me.

 

https://sprinkle-th.com/en/contact.php

 

 

For Pattaya, please contact our distributor 
Tel: 089-442-3393

Edited by marino28

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13 hours ago, Kim J said:

Always use River Fresh. Never had any complaints. Come round twice per week.

Same for me. River fresh ok.

 

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18 hours ago, marino28 said:

I am in Jomtien, and I use Sprinkle water, I think is good quality. They have a distributor for this area. In Pattaya it's a bit more expensive than Bangkok

In Bangkok it seems to come to 70B/bottle, which is already nearly double what I pay (40B). Also your 24 coupons are only valid for one year and I'm not sure that I would use 24 bottles every year.

 

18 hours ago, marino28 said:

but I don't trust the small local company

I dont trust anyone here, big or small.

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16 hours ago, Kim J said:

Always use River Fresh. Never had any complaints. Come round twice per week.

How much do they actually charge per bottle?

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I have used three companys to deliver my 19litre bottles, all goes well for a while, then they stop turning up, I have had my bottles out for weeks and they still don't come. So today I took my bottles down to one of these water machines and it cost me 10 baht to fill a 19 litre bottle, I did question my wife about the cleaniness of these machines and she said that her friend lives opposite and it is well maintained. 

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41 minutes ago, Kim J said:

40bt to exchange full for empty bottle. I think the deposit on the bottles was 300bt each but was some time ago so can not be certain. They come every Wednesday and Saturday regular as clockwork. If you get caught out and need a special delivery not on your scheduled day a simple phone call and they are soon there.

Sounds very similar to mine, though my bottle deposit was 200B.

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Swan drinking water is an option in Pattaya - not sure if they do Jomtien.

30 baht per jug with a 2-300 deposit. Been using them for about 4 years. Order in English on Line and usually come within 24 hours except now no Sundays. However I do order 3 at a time.

038111777 or 0890537888

Edited by topt

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21 hours ago, KittenKong said:

How much do they actually charge per bottle?

40 baht

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If your an owner buy a filtration system and say goodbye to that nonsense.

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Just buy a good fridge from Samsung and co, they come with water filter system you can install, of course cooled and with ice if you need: https://www.samsung.com/us/home-appliances/home-appliances-accessories/refrigerators/haf-cin-refrigerator-water-filter-haf-cin-exp/

 

And be done with that stuff forever... every 6 month you replace the filter, that's it.

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42 minutes ago, madmen said:

If your an owner buy a filtration system and say goodbye to that nonsense.

I looked at filtration system the other week and it was about 8000 baht for the unit and 3500 baht for a filter every year. It would take about 3 years to break even on the filtration system compared to delivered water, it didnt seem very good value.  The guy in the shop said the lower cost filtration systems (5,000baht + 1000 baht filter twice per year) had fewer filtration processes than the 8000 baht model and to make sure the water is pure the 8000thb is the lowest cost model.

 

I'm currently using sprinkle, its about 65 baht per 19 liter bottle, very good delivery routine (they exchange empties and leave by our door one day per week). I heard Nestle is cheaper but I heard about occasional problems with their delivery schedule so Sprinkle it is.

 

 

Edited by NightSky

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Ganges Unfiltered.

 

New Indian company just opened on Soi Delhi. Order four, get one and free straws.

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1 hour ago, NightSky said:

It would take about 3 years to break even

Im twelve years in 😃

No need to pay when the filter boys deem it necessary.  I wait until the flow is compromised which is about every 2 years but its not just about the money but as mentioned on many posts here the water delivery guys are not consistent..say goodbye to them forever!!

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Stopped having water delivered around a year back as we were getting tanks that smelt of petrol and other strange tastes in the water. 

Now buy the big bottles from Makro  

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