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Here’s Where You Can Buy Bottom-Loading Water Dispensers

No more heavy lifting!

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When you think of water dispensers, the top-loading ones probably come to mind—the type where you place the huge blue water container on top of the dispenser so that the water could flow inside its tank. Those who find it a struggle to lift a five-gallon container without spilling water should take a look at a bottom-loading water dispenser.

Unlike top-loading ones that require heavy lifting, you just slide in the water bottle at the base of the dispenser for easier refills! Plus, it’s less of an eyesore as the bottle goes right into a compartment. The only catch? A bottom-loading dispenser costs more than the top-loading version. Check out some of your options below.

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6 Bottom-Loading Water Dispensers You Can Buy

 

Toshiba RWFW1669BFW White Bottom Load Water Dispenser

P11,980 (from P13,595) on Western Appliances
P12,175 (from P13,595) on Shopee
P11,145 (from P13,195) on Lazada


This bottom-loading water dispenser from Toshiba is a minimalist lover’s dream, thanks to its clean curves and glossy white finish. It has a built-in pump to draw the water up into the tank, and a cup-push water dispensing mechanism for easy use.

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The dispenser promises fast heating and cooling features, plus, Toshiba also threw in a Temperature Limiter or internal thermostat sensors so that the tank doesn’t get damaged from excessive heat.

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Iwata CM13WDBS3A Bottom Loading, Free Standing Water Dispenser

P11,440 (from P12,995) on Western Appliances
P12,040 (from P12,995) on Lazada
P11,995 (from P12,995) on Shopee


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While Iwata may be more known for their fans and air coolers, you can also find a bottom-loading water dispenser in their product lineup. With this bottom-loading dispenser, you get three temperature settings for your water: hot, warm, and cold.

It comes with an LED indicator so you know when the water bottle is running empty and a safety lock for the hot water button to avoid scalding. Its shiny stainless silver color and black accent make it a great fit in modern houses.

Fujidenzo Free Standing Bottom Load Water Dispenser FWD1524

P8,498 on Fujidenzo

P8,498 on Lazada

P8,348 (from P8,498) on Shopee and Abenson


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Fujidenzo’s bottom-loading water dispenser comes in a stylish package. Peep the round corners and the pops of red and blue to mark the hot and cold water faucets against the shiny white finish. It has a safety lock for the hot water switch and a double safety device to prevent overheating.

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Asahi WD-107 Water Dispenser

P11,025 on Lazada

P11,098 on Abenson


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Asahi appliances are known for their aesthetic designs, and their bottom-loading dispenser is no different. The WD-107 comes in a sleek, silver finish partnered with a removable stainless steel drip tray. It has both hot and cold water functions, with the latter’s corresponding button having child-lock protection.

This dispenser is equipped with a motorized pump and comes with a low-level water alarm so you know when you’re about to refill your dispenser.

Hanabishi Water Dispenser HFSWD1900BL

P10,525 on Hanabishi
P9,499 (from P18,000) on Lazada
P10,198 on Abenson


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Are you a fan of home must-haves in black? Then pick this Hanabishi bottom-loading dispenser for your home. The buttons are cleverly placed on top of the dispenser for a seamless look—take note that the hot water button comes with a safety lock to avoid accidental presses. You can choose from hot, room temperature, and cold water with this dispenser.

Electrolux White BottomLoad Water Dispenser EQAXF01BXWP

P11,335 (from P12,595) on Lazada
P12,595 on Shopee
P10,900 (from P11,995) on Western Appliances


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Fans of Scandinavian design would surely be drawn to Electrolux’s bottom-loading dispenser. After all, the brand is known for its philosophy of thoughtful design, which covers functionality and aesthetics, among others. The buttons to dispense hot, room temperature, or cold water are placed on top and are accented by a gray finish.

It’s also equipped with high-efficiency compressor cooling and LED indicators for easy use and to remind you if you already need to change the water bottle.

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