Reddit Reddit reviews Blue Can 50 Year Shelf Life Water

We found 10 Reddit comments about Blue Can 50 Year Shelf Life Water. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Blue Can 50 Year Shelf Life Water
24 Case Pack: 24 -12oz cans (354.88 ml) unitsNo plastic taste,stores safely in heat, won't affect tasteCans are made of corrosion resistant aluminum and are hermetically sealedEco-friendly packaging, BPA Free, no chlorine or fluorideStorage Temperature: 33 degrees F to + 150 degrees F (1C to +60C)
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10 Reddit comments about Blue Can 50 Year Shelf Life Water:

u/Lurkndog · 4 pointsr/bugout

They sell canned water. In particular, they sell canned water in soda cans that has a 50 year shelf life. Heat wouldn't be an issue.

This stuff is more for deep storage than something you're going to rotate through and be drinking every day. It's not cheap like bottled water is.

u/mentospuregum · 3 pointsr/preppers
u/TechSupportTime · 2 pointsr/amazon
u/leaderpat · 2 pointsr/LosAngeles

I'd recommend some canned water. It'll last longer than plastic bottles and is probably easier to store. We have these ones at my house. Besides that, canned fruits and vegetables are good, any non perishables.

u/woolash · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

They do - 50 year water ...

and I swear I've been served plain water in a can on an airplane somewhere

u/radwolf76 · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts
u/WestTexasRedneck · 1 pointr/preppers

I haven't pulled the trigger yet but I've been considering getting canned water.

I don't normally buy bottled water so I don't want to have to worry about rotating them, so $40 seems like a decent price to pay for emergency water in my car that I can trust for a few years. I'll probably keep them in a cooler to prevent freezing in the winter (despite the username, I'm not actually in Texas).