Pure water is vital for human survival, but obtaining it often requires licking the dew off of leaves and doing complex rain dances which leaves those who are less rhythmically inclined as parched as the Atacama Desert. Get pure, fresh water on tap with today’s Groupon: Sign up for an annual membership and pay R99 for a home or office Aquazania water cooler starter pack.
Your body needs water like a pirate needs an incoherent accent and a cracker-eating friend named Polly. The Aquazania water cooler starter pack will give you only the best, freshest water to ever touch your precious lips. This clear, clean and delicious H20 is purer than a mountain stream and is filtrated multiple times to remove all contaminants. The thirst-quenching machine is extremely economical and perfectly hygienic.
With this Groupon, after signing up for an annual 12 month membership to Aquazania, your water cooler starter pack, along with three 21.8 litre pure water units, will be delivered conveniently to your home or office. You will be billed a monthly fee of R135 (excl. VAT) from the second month of your pure water perfection. If you cannot get enough of the amazing goodness of Aquazania and drink every drop of your included pure water units then additional 21.8 litre cans of water can be purchased from Aquazania for an additional fee.
All Aquazania products are chemical free and are sterilised using activated oxygen, making their water the safest water to drink. You can also sleep soundly knowing that your water drinking habit will not have any negative effects on the planet as none of Aquazania’s water storage bottles are burnt when recycled – they are either reground and reconstituted into truck taillight lenses or used as containers for the propagation of trees.
Water fact: Meerkats in Kenya mix their drinking water with Drink-o-Pop. The meerkats stumbled across a box of abandoned Drink-o-Pop, which was thought to have been left there by a scatter-brained tourist, and somehow managed to read the instructions, leading to scientists suggesting that they are much cleverer than they seem.