WaterBrick 1833-0001 Stackable Water and Food Storage Container, 3.5 gal of Liquid, 27 lb of Dry Food Products, Blue
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- Portable: Easy to Carry and Secure in Cars, Boats or ATV's
- Stackable: Securely Stacks or Grab & Go
- Customizable: To Maximize Limited Storage Space
- Stack & Store Any Where, Any How You Need
- Made in the USA
|Number of Items||1|
|Inside Diameter||3.25 inches|
|Item Depth||6 inches|
|Item Weight||7.055 ounces|
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WaterBrick Stackable Water Containers and Food Storage Container: 3.5 Gallons of Liquids or up to 27 Pounds (264 Adult Servings) of Dry Foods. Made of rugged, high density polyethylene (HDPE) with an easy grip comfort handle. These unique water containers, unlike any other, can also hold food and other life essentials while adding value by cross stacking up to 4 feet for maximum efficient storage. Wide diameter lid opening with notched easy grip lid allows for an average adult to pull stored contents out of the container by hand.
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This time I took the handle off before putting the cap on and it sealed just fine. I think that for me (I have large hands) the handle gets in the way of tightening the lid properly but if you take it off before sealing it you should be just fine.
I'm extremely happy with the customer service from WaterBrick and I really like the product (now that I know it works). It's a very heavy duty plastic of good quality that satisfies my needs very well.
I will be buying more.
I threaded a strap through the center holes and around either end, for easier carry (see customer-submitted pic). We found it was a pain to switch the cap for the tap, otherwise. Also, it offers a range of carry options, including one person on either end. We also found that keeping the tap in a sealed camp mug/bowl kept it clean and uncrushed. Good place to keep the cap when the tap's on, too.
Overall, very well-designed and solidly made. As our emergency kit water containers need replaced, we'll likely swap them for waterbricks.
Now I have four Waterbricks, each filled with different PH level waters: 5.5, 6.2 x 2, and 7.0. Now when I want to water certain trees, I just use the water from the Waterbrick. It allows me to make 3 1/2 gallons of water which will last me about 2 weeks for my trees. It really beats having to prepare water almost everyday.
The product itself is solid. And they do not leak when placed on its side, even with the spigot attached. I am very satisfied with this product. I know I utilize it somewhat differently compared to others. However maybe some out there that have bonsai or plants that need different PH level water may consider this idea. It really makes things easier for me.
Pros: Easy to fill and stack, relatively light for easy carrying, each comes with a handle, great durability, can freeze, can use camping or for long-term storage, easy interchange from hard cap to filling spout, easy to clean - I found no plastic smell or taste after an initial, simple cleaning with water and 1 tsp of bleach.
Cons: a little water can get trapped in the sides due to the design (I didn't find this hard to negotiate with some mild shaking), the handle is a little too easy to remove (when you're not carrying the brick the handle can come off with only minor manipulation - this can be a pro, though, as it makes it easier to fill, empty, and clean), 3.5G instead of 5G (this can also be a pro depending on your preferences for capacity/weight).
I researched water containers and bought a few of these with a spigot. I cleaned them with a little bleach and lemon juice. Filled them with filtered water, added water preserver concentrate, and now store them in the garage with the boxes they came in for covers. I can write expire dates on the boxes and they help to keep the bricks clean. The 3 1/2 gallon containers are easy to move or transport if necessary and so far no leaks.
I sent a couple of bricks to my kids and would recommend them to others. Buy in bulk from the factory cuts the cost down.