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Sodastream 1l Carbonating Bottles- Black (Twin Pack)
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- Extra carbonating bottles for SodaStream soda makers
- Hermetically sealed caps retain carbonation longer
- Bottles last up to 2 years
- Eliminates waste from disposable bottles and cans
- BPA-free bottles, packaging a bottle design may vary from image.
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Having extra carbonating bottles for your SodaStream machine is a great way to keep a variety of drinks for your guests. A special hermetic sealed cap ensures that you keep the carbonation in so your soda stays fresh and fizzy. Each bottle lasts up to 2 years and replaces 2500 bottles and cans from store-bought drinks that would otherwise be thrown in a landfill. BPA-free.
Top Customer Reviews
I don't blame the bottle. I blame the guy who used it a full year after the expiration date and did so heavily.
So, be warned. I have another SodaStream machine at another house and plan on using it. The older bottles I have left over will be all marked with a Sharpie Marker to make sure I don't use them by accident. They are retired to non-carbonating duties now.
I dropped a star from my rating not because of the above, but just because I think they cost too much.
1 cup lemon juice
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
Some fresh ginger, peeled, and cut into little cubes.
Chuck it all in a pan, when it starts to boil, turn it down and simmer for about 15 minute. Let cool, and use as Sodastream syrup.
I accept no responsibility for poisoning, vomiting, or anything else due to my amateurish recipe. I like it though, so leave me alone.
Anyhow, I digress. These are plastic bottles. They seem OK, and they store my fizzy concoctions. What else am I supposed to say?
They are not dishwasher safe because dishwashers don't all heat to the same temperature and the heat can decrease the bottles strength. The bottles need to be strong to contain the pressure of the CO2 without exploding. If you try to remove a bottle from the machine without releasing the excess gas first, you will feel just how powerful the CO2 can be.
If you go to ebay you will find many colors. I have Black, White, Grey, Blue, Red and Green.
Sodastream has a manufacturing plant in Israel where it is very popular because it can still be used on the Sabbath since there are no electrical parts on the basic models. I get my bottles shipped from Israel for the same cost as Sodastream.com. The only difference is there is small Hebrew Lettering on the bottle.
Couple of warnings (that we learned the hard way)
After bottle buzzes, tilt bottle towards you to release pressure before unscrewing
DO NOT add fizz AFTER you add flavor.
ALWAYS add fizz first, THEN flavor.
(Unless of course you love cleaning your floors and cabinets, and counter and ceiling...)
Based on our calculations, the cost per liter averages about $.75. This varies a little ($.65-$.90) and we factored in the cost of the machine, initial CO2 tanks and refills (my husband and I use any excuse we can to create spreadsheets!). Most flavors cost $4.99 per bottle. However, a couple are $6.99 and the Naturals line with flavors like Black Currant Pear and Apple Mango are $9.99 a bottle.
With the average retail cost of $1.49 for a 20oz. bottle for the mainstream sodas, this is a steal!
If you found this review helpful, please click the Yes box and let me know. If there is something I left out, please feel free to comment. I will also answer questions.
I don't like them as much as previous. They go flatter more quickly no matter how hard I twist the cap.
I also noticed that the wavy line marking the maximum water level for charging is about 1/4" lower than the black bottles purchased before. Obviously this doesn't affect quality or perfomance (assuming the charging needle reaches fully into the water) but over the length of time may affect the number of charges you get out of the canister, since you probably use as much CO2 per charge but produce a bit less drink.
Somewhat trivial point, but why the change?