MKR kitchen is heating up

MKR kitchen is heating up

The Russians are definitely going to keep us entertained during this season’s My Kitchen Rules #MKR. We definitely think they’ll need filtering, purifying and cooling down! The “red hot” BIBO water bar is definitely the one for the Russians!

The BIBO water bar in “red hot” conveys strength, leadership and courage. It is associated with willpower and determination as well as passion and desire, I think we are going to be seeing all of these over the next few weeks!

If you are a red hot personality then the BIBO water bar in “red hot” is the one for you.

My Kitchen Rules is on every Monday, make sure you stay cool in your kitchen with constant chilled, filtered, purified water from the BIBO Water Bar range and check out your colour personality now.

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My Kitchen Rules season 8 set to kick off

My Kitchen Rules season 8 set to kick off

Here at BIBO HQ we are so excited that Season 8 of ‘My Kitchen Rules’ kicks off on Monday 29th January. With the crazy Russians and one team asked to leave half way through the season, there is bound to be some serious heat in the Kitchen this season.

Contestants Henry and Anna, the Truffle Farmers from Tassie are already favourites. Henry and Anna’s positivity, happiness and energy makes them the perfect match to our Yellow Shine BIBO Water Bar and is the ideal colour BIBO Water Bar to keep their water cool and refreshing when things heat up in the kitchen.

Are you also a ‘Yellow Shine’ personality? Check it out here.

My Kitchen Rules is on every Monday, make sure you stay cool in your kitchen with constant chilled, filtered, purified water from the BIBO Water Bar range and check out your colour personality now.

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City2Surf fun run can be thirsty work: hydration is key

City2Surf fun run can be thirsty work: hydration is key

Sunday Herald City2Surf 2016

The countdown is on to the world famous City2Surf – and thousands of professional athletes and weekend warriors are now in training for the world’s largest fun run. This year marks the 47th running of the event – with more than 60,000 expected to line up next Sunday, August 13.

The City2Surf from the Sydney CBD to Bondi has become one of the most loved and largest community events in the world.

It’s now widely recognised as a ‘bucket-list’ item for serious runners and adventure lovers globally. But don’t be fooled – the 14km course can be gruelling – especially in the heat. You must ensure you have sufficiently trained for the event or have allowed enough lead up time to prepare for the event and organisers warn that heat stress and exhaustion are common when competing on a hot day. They advise all entrants to be well hydrated before and during the race.

Dehydration can cause muscle cramps – often your body’s way of telling you need more water. Your body loses fluids when you work or exercise in the heat, and that can make you more likely to cramp. This may be partly because your muscles need water, but it’s also because you sweat out important minerals called electrolytes – sodium, potassium, and calcium – that help the cells in your muscles work the way they should.

What better way to stay hydrated than with a BIBO Water Bar? With a BIBO Water Bar you can fill your sports bottle with an endless supply of chilled filtered water. This cool, compact benchtop dispenser filters and purifies your tap water providing pristine chilled and boiling water at the touch of a button. BIBO uses the latest technology in multistage carbon filtration to remove tastes, odours, heavy metals, chlorine, microorganisms, and other nasties from tap water leaving the good minerals behind. It’s unique ultraviolet lamp system ensures water stays pure and fresh all the way to your sports bottle.

You can have peace of mind that the water you’re drinking is crystal clear and healthy – the perfect combination for a gruelling half-marathon! And just think of the money you’ll save on high-priced plastic bottled water, while helping to save the environment from plastic pollution.

Learn more about the City2Surf at www.city2surf.com.au – entries close soon so get involved, have fun and raise funds for a great cause!

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how Leanne Druery beat the odds… and won a BIBO

how Leanne Druery beat the odds… and won a BIBO

In the highly competitive world of real estate, Queensland’s Leanne Druery stands out from the crowd.

Earlier this year the high profile real estate executive from Gardian Real Estate in Mackay, beat a strong field of six finalists to win Elite Agent’s prestigious 2017 Transform Challenge.

This event – proudly supported by BIBO Water – puts competitors through a series of taxing challenges to find Australia’s most gifted agent.

Leanne’s win was remarkable in more ways than one.

In the past 12 months she lost her husband of 22 years to cancer and has had to balance her real estate career with being a good role model for two teenagers.

And if that is not enough, Leanne had to contend with cyclone Debbie which ripped through North Queensland in the middle of the three-month Transform Challenge event.

Leanne says she has gone from “someone who felt vulnerable and sad, to a woman on a mission.”

For her outstanding effort Leanne was handed the keys to a new Mercedes C350e – and won a silver BIBO Water Bar for her staff and clients as a bonus.

“The BIBO Water Bar has been an exciting addition to our office at Gardian Real Estate,” said Leanne.

“Every staff member enjoys the refreshing cold filtered water especially in our hot climate. Everyone’s water intake has increased and we are all enjoying the positive health benefits this brings. In addition to the cold water we have on tap, we equally enjoy the hot water for all our hot beverages.

“We cannot recommend BIBO enough, it’s a high quality machine that has become a great addition to our office.”

www.gardianrealestate.com.au

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BIBO water bar makes a splash at Australian Good Design Awards

BIBO water bar makes a splash at Australian Good Design Awards

Peter Molloy and his wife Vicki at the Good Design Awards Ceremony in Sydney

BIBO Water Bar has been recognised for its stylish looks and innovative features at the 2017 Australian Good Design Awards.

This high tech benchtop water dispenser was one of only 244 entries to receive the 2017 Good Design® Selection and was a finalist in Product Design (Domestic Appliances).

BIBO CEO Peter Molloy represented BIBO at the black tie Awards Ceremony at the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Sydney earlier this month.

“It was a great honour to be shortlisted at this prestigious Award ceremony featuring many of Australia’s most innovative products,” Mr Molloy said.

Launched in Australia late last year, the BIBO Water Bar filters and purifies tap water providing pristine chilled and boiling water at the touch of a button. And it comes in 10 amazing colours to suit any décor.

Operating the BIBO water bar is simple with its user-friendly touch control panel and display screen. It has many useful menu settings including hot and cold temperatures, serve quantities, and power saving sleep mode when not being used.

BIBO was chosen among the best entries to receive the Good Design Selection after an extensive evaluation process by a Jury comprising more than 35 Australian and international design experts.

‘A joy to use and look at’

The Jury set the bar very high this year with only the very best submissions receiving this level of recognition.

They described the BIBO Water Bar as “an innovative, no-fuss water dispenser that is a joy to use and look at.”

“The Jury commends BIBO for opening up a new category in this market.”

Australia’s Good Design Awards date back to the 1950s and have an enviable record of unearthing globally recognised talent and products.

The 2017 Good Design Awards Ceremony and Festival coincided with Vivid Sydney, now the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas.

“The Australian Good Design Awards attracted innovative entries from all corners of the world and the standard of submissions this year has really been incredible,” said Dr Brandon Gien, CEO of Good Design Australia and Chair of the Good Design Awards program.

Making our lives better and happier

“This is one of the few design award programs in the world where design and innovation are celebrated so broadly. This year’s Good Design® Selections represent excellence in design across the widest spectrum of design including Product Design, Service Design, Architectural Design, Design Strategy, Digital and Communication Design and Social Innovation,” Dr Gien said.

“Good design is about making our lives better, safer and happier. It extends to everything around us – from the products we use in our daily lives and the services we interact with to the buildings we live and work in – they can all be improved through better design. That’s what lies at the heart of these Awards”.

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