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- Color May Vary Usually Blue but Sometimes Red
- Fits 28mm PET bottle tops like 2 liter soda bottles
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The product is also great for rejuvenating flat soda. To be honest, I didn't think I'd ever use this product for that purpose, but I have on a few occasions and it's great to not have to just throw flat soda away.
A little information about my setup: 5 lb co2 tank, regulator set to 40 psi with a hose going to a quick connect for The Carbonater. I recycle used 2-lt bottles and use cold filtered water from my refrigerator. Generally, I use SodaStream syrup (diet cola) to make my sodas, but I've also had good results with Crystal Light and store brand powder mixes.
The cap screws on to almost any soda bottle, including 16 oz, 22 oz, 1 quart, and 2 liter bottles. You fill your bottle with cold liquid, leaving a half inch or so, then squeeze the air out, then screw the cap on very, very tight.
Then you put your ball lock gas in quick connect onto to it and turn on the gas. Apply about 30-35 lbs of gas and gently shake the bottle so the gas dissolves in solution. When the gas stops going into solution you have just carbonated the liquid. Its that easy. Want to make home made ginger soda and carbonate instead of using yeast, no problem, want to make club soda, carbonate apple juice, wine, whatever. Instant sparking beverage.
You can leave the cap on the bottle until you are ready to drink the beverage.
Its made out of very sturdy plastic with a spring inside just like the ball lock on the corny keg.
I sparkled hundreds of bottles of 1/2L bottles with this 10L keg, which lasted now over 2 years. Refill is cheap. I use CO2 gas for beverages, which is used in bars and restaurant for beer and soda beverage systems. The cap is made out of plastic and will eventually wear out and cannot keep the pressure. I was looking for alternatives but I couldn't find any. This solution is still the best and cheapest. No need to buy these expensive soda makers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have tried other carbonating caps and this one by far is the best. I keep a 30 pound CO2 tank at home and make my own seltzer water to have bubbly water over soda is a real game... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jasmada
ordered 3 and 2 will not seal properly(have to use pliers to crank it down and get a proper seal, then pliers to remove as oppose to the 2 seconds to place and remove my homemade... Read morePublished 11 days ago by CW
Buy this one. The other ones are made of a cheaper plastic, don't have the patent pending info on the side, and - most importantly - DON'T FIT THE FREAKING 5/16 BALL LOCK. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Furious Ian
They work awesome, if you are into kegging and have a CO2 tank this is a must as you can re carbonate pop or make a myriad of carbonated drinks in you 2 liter pop bottles. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Geen
I was sold the item pictured here (The Carbonator), but received CarbaCap instead. Basically, the same thing in form and function, but just a bit frustrated that I didn't get... Read morePublished 1 month ago by David D Ramey
Received a CarbaCap instead of The Carbonator, twice from 2 different retailers. First one threaded it onto a 1L and it skipped threads, won't hold pressure. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. G.
a little pricey for what it is but works exactly as described. made of kevlar or some other strong plastic and has withstood some moderate abuse.Published 1 month ago by Reviewer