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WAT-AAH! Review and Giveaway


When I got the 4 bottles of WAT-AAH! in the mail, my kids would not leave the package alone. They were attracted to the bold colored packaging. So I chilled the WAT-AAH! and let them choose which bottle each wanted. I was ready for the comments about no flavor, it is not sweet, add something to it. But was really surprised when I heard "It's so refreshing" and "Now that cools me off" Yeah, my kids are all into the grown up sayings.

But later I expected for them to come down from it's new to it's just water. NO! Dinner and they wanted the WAT-AAH! instead of tea we were having. And the next day the let down of "what there is no more WAT-AAH! in the fridge?" Well, I am glad to know they were happy drinking water than the sugar and preservatives in so many other kid friendly drinks. I am sad that I can not buy WAT-AAH! where I live.


Pros

* Contains no sugar or artificial flavors or colors
* Packaged in BPA-free bottles
* Fun graphics may encourage kids to drink more water
* Can replace electrolytes without the calories of sports drinks

Cons

* Not sold in stores in my area
* Bottles are recyclable, but not reusable

Description

* Wat-Aah! Body is plain, purified water
* Wat-Aah! Brain contains added electrolytes
* Wat-Aah! Energy contains added electrolytes and oxygen
* Wat-Aah! Bones contains added calcium

Want some Wat-Aah! for your family? Enter to win some right here! To celebrate the back-to-school season, the folks at WAT-AAH! are giving away a WAT-AAH! Backpack filled with fun back-to-school goodies, along with WAT-AAH! samples as well!


To enter, visit the WAT-AAH! website and tell me something interesting you found there. Be sure you leave me a way to contact you in your comment.

For more entries:

*Follow the WAT-AAH blog here.

*Follow WAT-AAH on Twitter.

* Follow me on Twitter @Nessa_TX & tweet about this giveaway. Be sure you leave your twitter ID and the link to your tweet in your comment. (3 extra entries, leave 3 comments)

* Fave me on Technorati (link on my left sidebar). Leave me your username. (3 extra entries, leave 3 comments)

* Blog about this giveaway & leave me the link. (3 extra entries, leave 3 comments)

* Follow my blog.

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Contest ends on Monday, September 14 at 8:00 CST. Winner will be announced and contacted on Sept. 15. Good luck!


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85 comments:

R.L.Scovens said...

What I found interesting was the entire website! I loved looking through it and finding out more about this product. I'd never heard of it before now and it sounds really neat! Water CAN BE kind of boring...this brand should brighten things up alittle!

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bison61 said...

I read that water helps our bodies to maintain healthy weight

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Anonymous said...

I found it interesting that they only sell Wat-aah! in 4 states.

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khunsl00 said...

I like that another american mom created this product...We moms can do anything...Good luck...

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wantsandwishes said...

I love the story of how these mom came up with this product. I think it is great.

kendra22 said...

go moms !! and that this is so good for you with the added goodies! no sodium, sugars ! awesome

dddiva said...

I have to say I like how the kids were involved.

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idahodad7 said...

My boys need brain.

Sara said...

Created by a mom who knows what kids need!

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Darlene said...

only sold in 4 states

degood said...

i found that it isn't sold in Washington but that you can purchase it online thru amazon.com

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denyse said...

These were made to make water less boring for kids. Great idea:)

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Gabriel J. said...

They can be bought on my favorite online store, Amazon.com.

llinda29 said...

improves your attension spand

Michelle said...

I like that the site itself appeals to kids/pre-teens. The packaging is interesting, and I like that it encourages kids to drink more wat-aahhhhhh!

Miss GoLightly said...

I love that each water in beneficial to different areas!! i.e. body, brain etc. :o)

Qwill said...

I was interested in the Water with Electrolytes they sell. This would be good for my kids in sports.

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idahomom said...

My kids need Brain

blabla3269 said...

I like how a mom made it
moms do know best

scarlette10 said...

I learned that water is good for u! I think I knew that, but this is a great way for kids to drink more!

Randominities said...

There is so much to like about this. It's American made, which is great. I love to support our own businesses. It has no sugar, and that right there is the great part!

Thanks so much for this contest!

metalmomma said...

they have different types for different things.. like brain water!!

amyd said...

I did not know they only were sold in 4 states!

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Candie L said...

I like that they have different brands for different needs (for example calcium). THank you

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I am following. Thanks

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Gina said...

I learned WAT-AAH!'s mission is to reverse the established behavior and dependency on sweetened drinks among America's youth and to ultimately help fight the battle against the greatest threat in our children's lives, childhood obesity.

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Sarah Z said...

Learned that the brain is affected first when someone is dehydrated!
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Brooke said...

I learned that is was created by Parents (there was a DAD too)and their kids... The kids helped NAME it, design the bottles, and appeared in the first commericals... That is great..

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I learned that it was created by a mom and it has no sugar in it!

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Auriette said...

I found that the moms behind WAT-AAH are in favor of taxing soft drinks. While I agree that soft drinks are a major part of the obesity problem, I don't think that SUGAR is to blame. I believe the switch to High Fructose Corn Syrup by most soda makers is the problem. Maybe if they taxed products containing HFCS, and did not tax products containing only real sugar, the corporations would return to their old recipes. I drank the heck out of soda when I was a teenager, and I didn't have a weight problem then.

Amy said...

I couldn't find a link so I copied and pasted the name in the search engine. I guess I can truthfully say that I found it interesting that all I got was a cartoon of a guy pushing against a wall while the page tried to load for several minutes...finally I just looked up a press release...and among many interesting things found it comes in fun colours and right now is only available at specialty stores and online - that's okay - I like shopping online!

breiz said...

i too googled it for lack of finding a link on this page. There's a company selling something called watt-ahh. I think the 2 similar names could be a problem for these moms. Once on the correct site, i found that although it's sold in my state, it's on the wrong end of the state for me.

samarcy said...

i found that it has no dye and with a grandson that has autism, i can tell you its very hard to find things that dosent have rd or yellow coloring in it!!

Charity/ccboobooy said...

I learned that water might help with concentration. Thanks

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Jeanette H. said...

I like that Wat-ahh! has a blog on the site! I especially like that wat-ahh! has no added sugar.

Thank you for the great giveaway!

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Tiffany said...

water helps us maintain a health weight.

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Lighthouse27 said...

I found it interesting that one mom got together with other moms to ask their own children what they could do to make them drink more water(What would help).
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naynays1 said...

I found it interesting that they only sell Wat-aah! in 4 states. I also learned that water might help with concentration.

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Pam said...

I like how they used input from kids to help design the label, etc.
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Miranda said...

Kids love it!!

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ZESTYWONDERLAND said...

They don't sell it in Texas but I can buy it online.
Hopefully, they will grow & expand their markets to Texas.

Hey Walmart you need to carry WAT-AAH!

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lilyk said...

I thought it was interesting that it's American made.

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purango said...

I found it interesting that they have joined the Stop sugar campaign against sodas loaded with sugar. They want to fight childhood obesity. garrettsambo@aol.com

Gianna said...

WAT-AAH!'s mission is to reverse the established behavior and dependency on sweetened drinks among America's youth and to ultimately help fight the battle against the greatest threat in our children's lives, childhood obesity..