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Primo Flavorstation FSS Liberty 120 (White) Beverage Maker

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  • Requires no electricity - Ideal for everyday use.
  • FSS Technology allows you to choose the sparkling intensity of your beverages by turning a dial on the appliance. CO2 release is controlled so none will go to waste. The FSS technology is also significantly quieter than competitive brands.
  • Fast mounting Sparkler connection, no repetitive threading.
  • Bottles feature bayonet connection that is fast, easy and secure.
  • Compatible with 0.5L and 1.0L bottles.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 6 x 14 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds
  • ASIN: B0086G00NC
  • Item model number: 120W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #152,021 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Liberty 120 Flavorstation Home Beverage Maker allows you to create your favorite fresh sparkling beverages in seconds. Not only does our FSS technology allow you to set your sparkling intensity so you can have your drinks just the way you like them, but easy push-button carbonation and a fast, secure bayonet bottle make the whole experience fun, safe and easy! INCLEDES; Primo Flavorstation Liberty 120, Primo Sparkler Carbon Dioxide Gas Cylinder, 1L Bottle, Adapters for Fast Mount CO2,

Customer Reviews

It was very easy to put together and works great.
Sue B
I love that I can take the CO2 bottle to my local big-box sporting goods store and get a refill for under five bucks.
Christopher Bosken
I like the knob that controls the bubbles, little bubbles to a lot of bubbles.
Jaymers

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By A. Coats on February 18, 2013
i drink A LOT of carbonated water, and frankly it can be expensive, inconvenient and ecologically irresponsible to be constantly buying those disposable 2 liter bottles from the grocery store. several years ago i had coaxed my husband into buying me one of those old school stainless steel spritzer-type carbonators, which i used for about a month before resenting the mess that it made. enter the primo flavorstation. my husband and i were thinking about buying a sodastream for almost two years, but we were thwarted by procrastination. now i'm thankful for that, because i think the primo liberty is superior to the sodastream. generally i think they work roughly equally well (we've used my in-laws sodastream for comparison), although I feel like the seal when carbonating on the primo is tighter with less leaky "squeals" when pushing down on the carbonating button. the real difference, however, is in how much cheaper it is to operate! my in-laws have to pay a premium ($15-30 from BB&B with a coupon) for a replacement CO2 tank because of sodastream's proprietary threading, but we pay $3-5 to refill ours at a local sports supply place. someone else has worked out the calculations that the sodastream costs 25 cents per bottle and this costs 5 cents. i don't know why this is always unavailable on amazon, but i got mine directly from the company's website for cheaper than the sodastream, too. amazon should do itself a favor and keep these in stock.

UPDATE:
so glad to see amazon finally keeping this in stock, but am a little bitter that it's now even cheaper than it was when i bought it! ;) i paid about $80 for mine. do yourself a favor and get one! ours is still going strong after a year, no problems. so happy with this purchase.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Bosken on September 28, 2012
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I wanted a sodamaker for a while, but was reluctant to buy into a brand where CO2 refills seemed prohibitively expensive. Enter the Primo Flavorstation.

Pros:
*The convenience of making your own soda is phenomenal.
*I love that I can take the CO2 bottle to my local big-box sporting goods store and get a refill for under five bucks. (I waited to post my review until after my first CO2 refill to make sure I could do this.)
*I really like that this device doesn't require any power (plug in, batteries, etc.). Just screw in the CO2 bottle and you are ready to go.

Cons:
*Came with no flavors.
*The available flavors from other brands will probably never truly approximate name-brand sodas.
*The included directions didn't seem to produce the optimal fizz for me. This was easily rectified through experimenting.
*Additional 1L soda water bottles, e.g. Flavorstation 1.0L Bottle (White) seem pretty expensive.

The build quality is fair enough, but not amazing. It is a tall gadget (a fair amount taller than the KitchenAid mixer), but still fits under my cabinets.

Bottom line: I'm really happy that I finally got a home soda maker, and even happier that I went with a brand that doesn't force me to use their proprietary & expensive refill system. No extra adapters needed- just take the bottle to an ordinary CO2 refill store and you are good to go.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By T2000KW on July 29, 2013
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I purchased one of these after considering the Sodastream unit and deciding that the cost of the refills for the Sodastream made the cost of producing soda with it was more than what it would cost me to buy brand name soda pop.

Actually, I can still buy generic or store brand soda pop for less than I can make it with the Primo Flavorstation, but it's close, and I couldn't possibly keep as many flavors cold in the fridge as I can with keeping several flavors ready in the fridge.

I use the Sodastream flavors purchased at Wal Mart. Since I use only the diet flavors, I add the flavor right into the bottle after carbonating it since these won't leave a sticky sugary residue inside the bottle that might make it difficult to clean. I avoid adding it before the carbonation process, though, to keep anything from getting up inside the injection tube.

Operation of this unit is quite simple, though you might not think so when reading the instructions at first. They're not difficult to understand, mind you. It's just that it takes longer to explain how to do it than it does to just do it.

There is a trick to inserting the CO2 canister into the top of the unit that the instructions weren't very clear about. IN retrospect it makes sense, but I didn't "get it" when I read it the first time. There is a ring around where the cylinder gets inserted into the head of the unit. Press down on it while you're gently inserting the can (with the green adapter already screwed onto the can) the can should go in with no force required. If you're forcing it, you're not doing it right.

There are two buttons on top of the unit.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Samie May on July 16, 2013
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I researched a lot of soda machines. I wanted one where I wasn't tied into the manufacturers supplies. I really liked the info on the Flavorstation and noticed they were starting to disappear because they were getting crushed by the other top brand. So I quickly bought one.
The one bad thing about the Flavorstation was that there weren't good directions on how to make the soda. I had to dig out a youtube of a 10 year old using it. But that in itself says something. If a 10 year old can do it...
I've been using it everyday, but I bought the smaller bottles because we use it more for single serving soda instead of a whole litter.
The bottles are very sturdy, and once you figure it out, it only takes a minute to make a soda. (I've been using juice concentrate instead of soda syrups.)
I'm very happy with my purchase and am glad I got it before they were gone.
There was a review about the manufacturer going out of business... Primo is still there, they just don't make this model. They make a smaller model and industrial water stuff. But there really isn't much that could go wrong with the machine: the valve goes on the machine, the bottle goes in the valve, the bottle hooks on, that's about it. So I'm not worried about using/loosing the warrantee.
It is easy to use and is fun to use. I'm very happy with my purchase.
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