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Container idea for water

I would like to fill my glasses or a pitcher with water. The space seems pretty short, and I have to tilt my glasses to fill them. Does anyone have a solution to this problem? Also, is there a way to get the water to stay "on" so that I can do something else in the kitchen while the container is filling?

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Re: container idea for water

There really is no other way. The onnl one that makes a large opening is GE. Whirlpool has some that you can turn the water spout out to fill large glass's. But tho keep it on while you do something else, there not designed for that purpose.

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