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SodaStream Jet Sparkling Water Maker Starter Kit, Black and Silver
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- This kit includes: (1) Jet Sparkling Water Maker, (1) Mini CO2 Carbonator (makes up to 9L of sparkling water), (1) 1 Liter BPA-Free Reusable Carbonating Bottle, (1) 60 Liter mail-in rebate
- Requires fewer trips to the store for replacement CO2 with the 130L cylinder and requires no electricity or batteries
- CO2 Carbonator Compatibility: 60L & 130L, which can be exchanged at several of your favorite retailers
- Carbonating Bottle Compatibility: 1L PET, 0.5L PET, & 0.5L Source
- For troubleshooting and warranty information please contact a Sparkling Water Specialist at 1-800-763-2258
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Love Your Water
SodaStream allows you to turn plain water into sparkling water in an instant. With SodaStream, you have the flexibility to create your own sparkling drinks by adjusting the fizziness and flavor level to your personal taste.
Drink 43% More Water
SodaStream users consume 43% more water and water-based drinks than average Americans. That's about 3 more glasses of water per day per person!*
*US Water study 2014: Toluna, A leading market research firm. conducted the survey online with 3,680 nationally representative U.S. adults ages 18+ between November 2 - November 8, 2014.
Use Fewer Bottles
SodaStream owners save an average of 550 plastic bottles a year. In the US alone, the recycling rate of plastic beverage bottles is only 37%, meaning that 52 billion plastic bottles end up in landfills, parks or oceans every year. Each refillable SodaStream carbonating cylinder makes up to 60 liters of delicious sparkling water, replacing 120 single-use plastic bottles. Actively reduce your environmental footprint by making sparkling water at home. Eliminate single-use plastic bottles and cans from your home and from the planet!
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The Sodastream Jet is perfect for the sparkling water drinker who carbonates frequently and values convenience. This is the only machine that is compatible with the 60L CO2 cylinder and the 130L CO2 cylinder, allowing the consumer to maximize their carbonation capabilities. Simply twist and lock the bottle into the machine, and carbonate by pumping the textured push button control. This kit includes everything you need to make fresh sparkling water in your own home. Contents include; (1) Jet Sparkling Water Maker, (1) Mini CO2 Carbonator (makes up to 9L of sparkling water), (1) 1L BPA-Free Reusable Carbonating Bottle, and a 60 Liter CO2 Carbonator mail-in rebate.
Top customer reviews
I've been carbonating water by various methods for several decades, and another factor for maximum CO2 absorption onto water involves not only cold water, but patience. Dispensing CO2 up to or exceeding 3 buzzes, as mentioned in Sodastream instructions is wasteful, but keep in mind that Sodastream is in the business of selling CO2 and flavors.
I keep a 2 liter bottle of water in the fridge, so my water is always cold enough. I dispense CO2 up to a single buzz, then walk away. If you immediately remove the bottle from the unit, you will lose pressure that needs to remain to allow more CO2 to absorb into the water. The longer you wait, the more absorption, the greater the level of carbonation, and the better the savings on CO2 use. Actually, I place the entire unit into the fridge so it remains cold while it is absorbing. About 30 minutes makes enough of a difference so that you can conduct an impressive chug and belch session, should you desire. The level of carbonation with only one Buzz is that good - as long as you wait a little.
I've also read comments from several cheapskates and pennypinchers contending that they get more thrifty results from refilling paintball cartridges at Dicks, The Paintball Palace or somesuch sporting goods outlets.
While cheap may be the name of the game, those of you dreading GMO's, artificial sweeteners, nasty chemicals leaching from old soda bottles, global warming and other horrors, Take Note: CO2 made for paintball guns needs to be only pure enough to launch a paintball downrange. It's not food or medical grade gas. You're not gonna eat that paintball. This means that the oil used in the CO2 compressors and distribution equipment ain't what you want to eat. Ingesting an unknown, non-food grade compressor oil ain't what I'd want to bank on for long-term health and safety.
You wouldn't get granny's oxygen tank refilled at the local welding shop (or would you?) so why drink trace amounts of some potentially nasty lube not intended for consumption? And "it hasn't killed me yet" isn't a valid excuse. Safety is preemptive and not reactive.
The actual machine is made of a rather cheap plastic shell, and was surprisingly flimsy, although it has functioned perfectly through six 60 liter refills of CO2 gas.
My problem is with the advertised "60 liter" gas canisters. If it filled 60 liters, each liter of soda water would cost 16 (the cost of the canister refill) divided by 60, or 27 cents a liter.
However, the 60 liter canisters don't produce 60 liters of soda water. We've counted. :) in fact, we've gotten an average of about 40 liters per canister refill, or about 40 cents a liter of soda water. And while that's still less expensive than buying and hauling bottles home, which is pretty annoying, it will take longer to recoup the cost of the machine itself.
In fact, I've done the math. The machine, with extra bottles was ~100 dollars, and add to that ten refills of CO2 gas (160 dollars) for a total of 260 dollars for a total of 400 liters of club soda, or ~ 65 cents a liter.
My son and I are more than halfway there, and will have paid off the cost of the machine and have an average cost per liter below Cosco in 2 months or so.
If you buy this machine, just understand that the 60 liter refills only fill 40 bottles.
After going to the nearest Target which was supposed to stock cylinders but only had units to sell, was able to find a Staples several miles away which had a cylinder exchange program.
The degree of carbonation was disappointingly much less than expected.
My real complaint is with the company. I bought this because they were promising a mail in rebate and then a rebate on the first CO2 refill. They denied both my rebates because apparently my amazon.com receipt and my receipt from the store were did not meet their requirements. It's a garbage way to run a business to offer rebates and look for technicalities to deny them. I clearly bought their product. I filled out their forms. I mailed them in time, but I guess profit does sometimes trump honest business practices. (By the way, I want all companies to make a profit, but I feel honesty is an asset to companies not a detriment.) If they don't want to honor rebates then don't offer them, its a good enough product that people will likely buy them anyway. I probably would have waited a while and looked into other options. I usually only like to post positive reviews but thought people should know what to expect.