Mastrad A01900 Purefizz Soda Maker
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- Instantly add bubbles to water, fruit juice, wine and cocktails
- Unlike other sparkling soda makers, you can carbonate any of your favorite liquids
- Easy to use; fill bottle, close with stopper/charger, insert CO2 cartridge, shake and serve
- Flavor drinks naturally; add fruit, herbs or spices--the CO2 pressure will diffuse the aromas for flavorful drinks
- Create healthy alternatives to your favorite store-bought beverages
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Top Customer Reviews
08/08 update: New bottle received. Review updated to 3 stars. Hope this one doesn't rust.
08/24 update: New bottle beginning to rust again after two weeks of use (9 total uses). We inspected the bottle upon receipt and it was free from rust, there is now a metallic taste and small round rust spots developing in the bottom of the bottle. We only used water, no juices nor pieces of fruit. Quite disappointed as it is a convenient product which I would rate 5 stars if the bottles didn't rust. Downgraded back to one star.
10/05 update: Called Mastrad twice. Still no return call after 30 days. Terrible customer service.
The Purefizz is really just a newer version of the classic seltzer bottle, with a double insulated stainless steel container and plastic tops. Clever and efficient. The Sweethome website turned me onto this pricey, but better than store bought soda water, solution. I looked at the Sodastream, but was not impressed and concerned about how long the cylinders would be around for replacement, and Sweethome's review was quick to push my decision to the Purefizz. The Purefizz uses the old soda cartridges around from before my birth, so I knew a CO2 source would not be an issue.
Using it is easy following the simple directions included in the manual. The water is excellent, with much more, and finer bubbled carbonation than that of store bought soda water. The cartridges are not easy to locate locally, but mail order via Amazon's sellers solves that easily enough (and with forethought one can have a supply on hand) -- I suggest going with the Leland brand. Having to swap caps out can be a problem if they get lost, but otherwise no issues there. Just be sure to seal tightly before using a cylinder (my wife cannot torque it tightly enough, nor open the charging cap very easily).
Everyone in our house likes the water so much, I had to order a second one.
So why one star you may ask? Well, turns out the stainless is rusting in both units. At first I noticed one with rust spots, but chalked it up to a bad batch.Read more ›
I’ve had tons of fun experimenting with different ingredients, but mostly use it for simple soda water (poured over tequila with a wedge of lime, of course).
What I’ve carbonated, with notes:
Watered-down fruit juices
Pineapple is a good place to start. I dump a small can in the container and fill the rest up with water. Maraschino cherry syrup from the jar is also great (a little goes a long way). Garnish either with lime and/or vodka.
Flavored stevia drops
The watermelon flavor was a refreshing choice – doubly so when poured over vodka. The cola drops were a tastebud terror – doubly so when poured over whiskey.
Syrup from competing soda streamers
I’m bullish on the diet energy flavor and might purchase others.
NOT tasty. I also suggest you add the cream AFTER the carbonation if you must try it.
Wine (red & white)
Both times wine did not seem to hold the carbonation long. Next time I may try carbonating it overnight. My advice: drink quickly.
Be sure to closely read the operating instructions more than once. It’s a simple and logical process – a child could learn. The caps are precisely made and seal very tight. I have used the bottle to keep other liquids air-tight and fresh.
If you love to cook, mix drinks and experiment with recipes, this is a fun tool. If you wish to know EXACTLY what’s in your soda, this is a good life decision. If you balk at the price of stevia flavored sodas, this could save you some cheddar.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We had the rust problem, too. The problem is if you leave the carbonated water in the bottle for a few days (or over time) it causes rust spots on the inside of the container. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Texas Birder
So, upon applying the CO2 the water and CO2 comes out the pressure relief valve hole... Rendering it useless. Everything feels like it's high quality... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Slowgear
I liked this when I first got it but as other reviewers have noted the inside has rusted. It took a year (actually almost to the day) but the "stainless steel" has... Read morePublished 2 months ago by GearGuy
This thing was great...for just short of 2 years. Then it developed a terrible metallic taste. After reading about it online, and learning that these are prone to rust, I looked... Read morePublished 6 months ago by JCha
Went through 2 of these things. They get rusty inside and the water tastes like metal. DO NOT BUYPublished 6 months ago by Robert Dixon
Great soda maker, have had it just about a year and use it almost daily. Quick, simple and e-z to use. I use it mostly for soda water and carbonized fresh fruit drinks.Published 6 months ago by MAG
This has been a great addition to the kitchen countertop. We have stopped buying seltzer at the store.Published 8 months ago by Brian Gockley