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Anonimo

Nov 27, 2005, 7:45 AM

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Un tope chico en la carretera de la Vida Jubilada

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FLASH!
The hand draw pump that we bought for our garrafones de aguas purificadas "Ciel" doesn't work on the slightly cheaper garrafon de agua "Santorini".

????

"En Boca Cerrada No Entran Moscas."

Saludos,
Anonimo



Bear

Nov 27, 2005, 8:40 AM

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Re: [Anonimo] Un tope chico en la carretera de la Vida Jubilada

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They come in two different sizes, one for glass spouts and one for plastic spouts. But, perhaps,
you already knew that. If so, excuse the interuption.
Bear


Anonimo

Nov 27, 2005, 9:36 AM

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Re: [Bear] Un tope chico en la carretera de la Vida Jubilada

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No, we no nothing of this. I was just trying to save a few pesos.
No vale la pena.

"En Boca Cerrada No Entran Moscas."

Saludos,
Anonimo


Bear

Nov 27, 2005, 9:53 AM

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Re: [Anonimo] Un tope chico en la carretera de la Vida Jubilada

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Mike,
I found out the difference myself for the same reason. I did go ahead and buy the plastic spout size and now have both. However, I found that the
larger size fits some plastic 5 gal bottles also, i.e.,
Electrapura, some Prisa, etc.,etc. It might be good to have both so that you can have the best of all worlds.
They sell them (smaller ones) at Bodega and Soriana
that I know of......perhaps other places.
In Mexico City, the bottles cost 10 pesos, plastic or
glass. In Querétaro, 14 to 18 pesos, depending upon
brand. The most popular in my colonia is Electropura, at 18 pesos. Bear
 
 
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