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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The Purefizz Soda Maker allows you to carbonate so much more than water: carbonate, juice or wine; it’s easy to add some sparkle to your favorite beverage. The Purefizz Soda Maker uses the power of CO2 to carbonate liquids. To use, simply fill the bottle with your favorite juice or beverage, close with the stopper/charger, insert a CO2 cartridge, shake and voila! The Purefizz Soda Maker lets you flavor drinks naturally, you can add fruit, herbs or spices; the CO2 pressure diffuses the aromas for flavorful, healthy drink alternatives. Add sparkle to cocktails, or "mocktails"; the Purefizz is sure to be the hit in the kitchen or behind the bar. The stylish stainless steel design is the perfect beverage container for your tabletop and adds an elegant touch to both modern and traditional decor. 26.4 fl. oz. (0.75L) capacity, reusable and dishwasher safe. Includes one stainless steel bottle, one stopper, one charger cap, one cartridge holder, one funnel and instruction leaflet.
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For what it's worth, it works great the first few times.
I have sent two emails and left a phone message. The number on the instruction book is answered with a recording.
Update 9/8/14: After posting on Mastrad's Facebook, I was contacted by their Customer Service. They requested a photo and invoice, and they will send me a return label in order to get reimbursement.
Update 9/18/14: I received a reimbursement check. Not happy that I am stuck with $20 worth of cartridges I can't use.
Update 4/28/15: Love my Sodastream Genesis since 10/14. I only use it for soda water.
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. Then I let both dry out after a quick washing and noticed rust in both. No rust has been observed in the water, but it is definitely not good. I emailed a company contact with no reply in over a week (Sweethome suggests emailing directly if you have issues, rather than the customer service route), and posting this review to let others know there may be issues with rust. So until there is some sort of resolution I cannot recommend the Purefizz.