Flavorstation Home Beverage Maker
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- Flavorstation 100, Primo Sparkler, Primo Sport Bottle, three pumps, measuring spoon
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G-PRIMO100 Features: -Push button to add your own level of fizz. -Add your favorite flavor and customize your drinks. -Try a variety of single serve beverages. -Perfect for the office, on campus, or kitchen. -No electricity required. Product Type: -Soda maker. Number of Items Included: -2. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -15". Overall Width - Side to Side: -4.5". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -9". Overall Product Weight: -6.1 lbs.
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This model only accepts the 0.5 L bottles, so that will be a drawback for some. For me it is the best choice, considering just myself in my house. I really like that I won't be lugging home those heavy 2 L bottles from the grocery. My favorite is diet caffeine free cola, and that seems to be the one that is out of stock most often at my Kroger store. I won't have to worry about that now. I always bought some of the grandkids' favorites too, and those usually went flat before their next visit. Now I can have their favorites on hand and make just enough.
This unit is just 15" tall, and will fit under my cabinets. The larger Flavorstation models are 18" tall and that is 3/8" too much for my cabinets. It is narrow and doesn't take up much counter space. The narrow base does make it a little wobbly, so I removed the four rubber feet and it is more stable now.
You can buy this product for less at the company's web site, $49.99, plus free shipping. At the same time you can order extra bottles with no shipping charge for those. I ordered two extra bottles at $7.99 each. With the coupon code FLAVR20 I bought all, the FS100 + 2 extra bottles for 20% off, $52.78. I ordered on Sun. evening, Dec. 16, shipped Mon., Dec. 17, and delivered on Tues., Dec. 18, before 10 AM. That's another advantage of ordering from the web site. I have found that vendors process the orders at their web sites faster than orders through Amazon.
I have plenty of choices for syrups at my local Walmart. They carry the Sodastream flavors. I have already sampled the diet root beer, and I think it is as good as the major brands. The included pumps seem a good idea, and I would have liked to be able to use them, but they don't fit my Sodastream syrup bottles and my Walmart doesn't carry Primo's flavors.
Primo is no longer offering free shipping and coupon discount. The current price is $35 plus $17 shipping charge, total $52. On their website the FS100 is the only model still for sale, leading me to think that that the 14 other models have been discontinued. The company has shifted their focus away from their beverage makers back to their water dispensers after poor results.
Primo is no longer selling any of their models on their website.
The ine thing you have to do is be sure the bottle is aligned properly before pressing the top front tab, because it won't do anything if it's misaligned.
Once you press the top front tan, a short burst, then press the back red tab to,release the pressure. I do,this 3-4 times instead of holding the front tab down a longer time. It seems to fizz more that way.
The Primo bottle seems to keep the fizz in a lot more than the other brand, so much so that I have to leave the cap a little loose or I will get a big pop when I open the bottle after it's sat a while.
I loved mine so much, I sent one to my daughter in Hawaii. The grandkids love root beer floats and can make their own and never have to worry the root beer will go flat if not used up because the can make just enough for their individual float. They too use fridge filtered water. In Hawaii there is a deposit on plastic bottles so bottled water gets even more expensive, as so well as sodas.
I truly recommend this as a great money saver. Also reducing the plastic bottle impact on the environment. Not using a case a week of bottled water makes a difference.
***1-6-2015**just wanted to add an update. I've continued to love my primo but I have to add this warning ...just so I'm clear here I am talking about the reusable clear drinking bottles. Not the co2 canisters.. Do not use the drinking bottles to carbonate water after the bottle expiration date. I don't know for sure if this is why I had the experience I did but better to be safe than sorry. What occurred was the bottle blew off the machine when I barely depressed the carbonation button. Luckily I was standing to the side of the machine or I don't know what could happen. I'm only guessing that the bottle somehow breaks down after a while . I won't use my old bottles to carbonate that's for sure. All that happened was I got sprayed with water! But it made a huge noise. I've warned my daughter to replace their bottles too as I gave them their unit the same time frame I got mine.
Although there could be some other reason for what happened , I don't know. But I would think there is a valid reason to replace the bottles per the date on the bottle.