Stock Up Now on This Canadian-Imported Natural Spring Water

By That's, July 12, 2019

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Concerned about the questionable quality of drinking water in China? If you’re looking for premium-quality bottled water, ECH2O natural spring water has you covered.

This Canadian-Imported Spring Water is Up to 15% Off Right Now
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Bottled and imported from Canada, ECH2O’s premium spring water has undergone years of natural filtration through sand and mineral-rich layers of glacial rocks. Their water source is an underground river 35 meters deep located in the Abitibi region of Quebec. 

This Canadian-Imported Spring Water is Up to 15% Off Right Now
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Both pure and refreshing, ECH2O offers a balanced mineral profile in every bottle, making it a safe and healthy choice for you and your family. No wonder it’s been selected as one of the best spring waters in the world, earning recognition at the renowned annual Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting Competition. It’s safe for use in cooking, brewing tea, during exercise or for serving at banquets. 

This Canadian-Imported Spring Water is Up to 15% Off Right Now

This Canadian-Imported Spring Water is Up to 15% Off Right Now

This Canadian-Imported Spring Water is Up to 15% Off Right NowImages via thMart

Here are a few ECH2O products you can purchase right now on thMart...

ECH2O Natural Spring Water (12 bottles)



Prepare for the week ahead with this 12-pack set of ECH2O bottles, available in either clear or blue. Purchase a dozen lunchbox-sized 350ml bottles for RMB99, or order the larger 530ml bottles for RMB115.

ECH2O Natural Spring Water (24 bottles) — Buy 24 Bottles, Get 6 Free!


This Canadian-Imported Spring Water is Up to 15% Off Right NowThis Canadian-Imported Spring Water is 15% Off Right Now
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Need to stock up on even more water? Grab a 24-pack of ECH2O natural glaciers spring water! It’s RMB198 for 350ml bottles, or RMB229 for 530ml bottles. Plus, for a limited time only, you’ll receive an extra six bottles with all purchases of 24-packs.

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