Bottleless Water Coolers

Our Locations

We ship our bottleless coolers world-wide from several warehouses in the United States. Our water purification devices have been sold to over 60 countries. We routinely ship coolers to Canada, Mexico, Caribbean Islands directly via major carriers such as Fedex or through freight forwarders.

Water Coolers in USA

Currently, in the U.S. we ship out of 3 East Coast warehouses, one of which is conveniently located close to Mexico , Caribbean and major freight forwarders in Miami. It takes no less than a week to cover majority of East Coast. New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Atlanta and Miami are all very close and within quick reach. Los Angeles is also not that far - you will get a cooler shipped extremely fast and well packaged.

Water Coolers in Canada

Only 4-6 business days to deliver to the West Coast , such as Los Angeles and San Francisco California and Seattle , Washington.

Water Cooler in Canada

We ship our machines directly to Canada using an air service at a very, very low cost. We also have a partner directly in Canada, Toronto Ontario area, who may be able to send the units ground if you want it shipped that way. Other canadian destinations, Montreal and Ottawa are just as close , with Calgary in Alberta taking a few additional days.

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Bottle Less Water Cooler in Mexico

Our customers south of the border who order our products through numerous freight forwarders that are typically located in Texas, New Mexico, California or Miami Florida. Some of the coolers may also have manual translated into spanish.

Water Coolers on the Caribbean

Water Coolers Caribbean Islands Delivery

Here's a sample of our customers from the islands:

  1. a caribbean telecommunication company in Grenada , St. Lucia, Saint Martin, St. Croix and Aruba
  2. a construction company in Virgin Islands;
  3. bank in the Cayman Islands
  4. Hotel in Bahamas
  5. luxury resort on a private island near Virgin Islands / BVI.


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