NewAir Water Dispensers, WAT40W, Review #Giveaway #NewAir
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NewAir Water Dispensers, WAT40W, Review #Giveaway #NewAir

I was blessed with the opportunity of receiving and reviewing a NewAir Water Dispenser and I immediately thought of our church kitchenette. We are a small church but we love to cook and get together for any reason or no reason at all. While we have a water fountain at the front of the church, we didn’t have one in the kitchen. Now we do and it looks mighty fine. There are many different dispensers to choose from. I selected a bottom loading dispenser because I thought it would be the best option for our needs. Sometimes we just want cold refreshing spring water and sometimes we need hot water as well. I love hot cocoa and this water dispenser makes it so easy to make a cup or a bunch of cups in seconds. I’m seriously considering getting one for my home because I prefer serving my family healthy, 100% BPA free, drinking water.

NewAir Water Dispensers, WAT40W, Review #Giveaway #NewAir

NewAir Water Dispensers, WAT40W, Review #Giveaway #NewAir

NewAir Water Dispensers, WAT40W, Review #Giveaway #NewAir

Pretty amazing, right? The members of our church are so thankful & grateful to NewAir for their donation of the NewAir Pure Spring WAT40W BPA Free Hot& Cold Bottom Loading Water Dispenser and they all wanted to get in the photos, so here they are, proudly standing around our new water dispenser.

NewAir Water Dispensers, WAT40W, Review #Giveaway #NewAir

The kids are just as excited about it as the adults are. The water bottles for this model are readily available at our local Walmart. They run $11 and last for a good long time. Cold, delicious water, at the push of a button just can’t be beaten with the hot months looming in front of us.

NewAir Water Dispensers, WAT40W, Review #Giveaway #NewAir

Please pardon the embarrassingly poor quality photos. I got a new smartphone and I’m trying to learn to use the camera and video option on it. So far that’s not going so well as you can tell from the photos. 🙂 I don’t know what happened to my video (my phone ate it) but I’m going to try again using my camera next time. I really want you to see how easy it is to use this dispenser and how easy it is to add a water dispenser in the bottom of it. As I mentioned one of the reasons I wanted this particular Water Dispenser for our church is because of the location of the water bottle. A few of us have pain issues from injury or other problems and if we’re having a ladies meeting at the church or preparing a meal and there aren’t any strong fellows around, it’s easy to open the bottom door to slide in the new bottle and slide out the old one. No lifting is needed to put a full heavy water bottle on the top of this dispenser like some of the others. It couldn’t be any more perfect than if it was designed with the needs of our church specifically.

Some key features about the water dispenser.
100% BPA Free ensures Clean & Healthy water 24/7.
Bottom Loading Feature Makes it Convenient & Easy to Refill
Child-Safety lock located on hot water faucet.
Energy Star approved. Saves energy without sacrificing quality.
On/off switch on hot water tank lets you control energy consumption.
Stainless steel water tanks guarantee your water tastes fresh & crisp

For those of you who are not familiar with NewAir, they are a family owned company & provider of custom built and luxury home appliances. I’m sure you can tell from looking at our new Water Dispenser that they provide style and efficiency. They don’t cut corners to provide energy efficient appliances. The NewAir Water Dispensers can be used in any kitchen or anywhere water is needed. Where would you most likely put your NewAir Water Dispenser or which model would you choose?

If you would like the opportunity to win a NewAir Water Dispenser Giveaway, click on the link to enter your information and select your Water Dispenser choice. Contest ends May 15th, 2016.

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