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Soda Stream 1019112010 Black Revolution Soda Maker Starter Ki

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  • Revolution soda maker, black with nickel accents
  • 1 BPA-free reusable carbonating bottle
  • Reusable carbonator to fizz up to 60L of soda
  • AC Adapter
  • Sodamix Variety 6 pack
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Soda Stream 1019112010 Black Revolution Soda Maker Starter Ki + Sodastream 1l Carbonating Bottles- Black (Twin Pack) + Cream Soda SodaMix 500ml(16.9 oz)
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  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 6.2 x 9.8 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B009L4OAES
  • Item model number: 1019111011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,592 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Very Easy to use.
clifford borden
I will say: if you buy this thinking it will save your family money versus buying soda, I do not think it will.
Jensunami
Makes great carbonated water.
Jeff Flotta

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212 of 222 people found the following review helpful By Kaveh A on May 21, 2013
I don't seldom write reviews, but since I nearly avoided this purchase because of the lackluster reviews for the Revolution, and because I had many of the problems other reviewers had on here, I feel compelled to share my experience.

I purchased my Revolution from W&S and have had it for about three days. Here are some points I would like to share:

(1) Build Quality - this unit is mostly plastic. At $200, there's no reason it shouldn't have all-metal housing and steel fittings. It isn't that complicated a machine, and I'm guessing their margins are very high at this price point. I've been waiting for the Breville version of the Sodastream to be relased, but my patience ran out, and I suspect it will probably cost something near $500. I don't know how long the plastic will hold out, but we are careful with the unit, and I wouldn't be surprised to see it last 5+ years with daily use.

(2) Carbonation - one simple rule: use tap water. Everyone has an opinion here, but I've burned through a cannister of testing and spoken with Sodastream directly, and I'm here to tell you that, in ideal settings, room-temperature water will carbonate indentically to chilled water. The reason why you should use room-temperature water is because the carbonation process reduces the temperature of the water near the tip to near-freezing. If the water is already chilled, the tip tends to freeze and restrict the release of CO2 into the water. The result is poorly-carbonated water. The reason why people are using chilled water is because they think it will carbonate water better. It does not. What chilled water does is *hold* carbonation better. To achieve optimal results, one needs to carbonate room temperature water and then refrigerate it.
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77 of 83 people found the following review helpful By B. Bloom on November 29, 2012
Despite what one of the other reviewers said it is not $1.00 per litter of soda for the CO2. It's about 1/4 that price at approximately .22 cents per liter with a refilled carbonator (math $29.99/130 liters = .223). I love energy drinks and if you read any reviews on the web most people think sodastreams version of Red Bull is better or at least just as good. Here's the math on my savings on the energy drink. Creating sparkling water is also a huge savings with sodastream.

Sodastream cost of 24 x 12oz = 288oz
Syrup cost for 288oz = $5.032
CO2 cost - 8.727 liters * (.223 per liter of CO2) = $1.94
Total Cost for Sodastream Energy Drink = $6.97

Red Bull cost of 24 x 12oz = $45.58 (Sams Club Price)

Savings = $38.60

Starter kit starts at $79 so it doesn't take long for your investment to pay off.

Some other reasons to buy.

Big advantage of the revolution is not having to screw in the bottles. This might not sound like a big deal but I had the screw in type previously, and stored it under the cupboard. This made it difficult to easily attach the bottle because there is a lever you are suppose to pull but mine was under the cupboard (unless I pulled it out from within, another step). With the new version just push up and in, no more screwing in the bottle!!
No dragging bottles of soda from the store and you can easily have a variety to choose from.
If you buy 10 you get the 11th free of syrups.
Use bed bath and beyond coupons to save 20% on the starter kit or syrups (Text "offer" to 239663) and you'll receive your first coupon for 20% off one item)
Saving the earth (image all the resources we are spending to ship essentially water around when we have it right in our home)
Saving bottles from scattering our planet.
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48 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Craig Blackman on January 21, 2013
The one really nice thing about the Revolution is that you don't have to screw in the bottle. But that is all that I think is better that the Fizz

The really poor point about the Revolution is that it wastes CO2 almost every burst. For all the extra CO2 it uses it does not give a very strong carbonation. If you press the third button only the first burst will not waste CO2. So at each step each carbonation burst vents more and more CO2. So by the time it gets to the last cycle almost all the CO2 is just vented.

I do wish I could send this back to soda stream and have them modify the carbonation bursts so that each pulse is much smaller and that it waits more time between bursts. Since I have a Fizz that I can use in the mean time, that is what I think I will do. Send the darn thing back and ask them to reprogram it.

I have not tried the Source but it says in locks in the bottle with a single push of a button. If it does that and then allows for manual carbonation that would be the winner.

Bottom line is that I cannot believe they spent so little time getting the carbonation cycle process correct. I do not believe that the Revolution is worth the money.

BTW on the Fizz: For me the Fizz chip never did track the carbonation properly. You must make a very firm press for the Fizz chip to see that you have pressed the lever. However, the unit is solid and can make a very, very heavily carbonated drink with less CO2 use than the Revolution.

Very disappointed in the Revolution However, I do prefer the sodastream flavors and the Flavorstation flavors to most of the soda from the stores. Part of taste is what you are used to.
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