Soda Sparkle Sparkling Water Soda Machine The Eco Carbonated Water Soda Maker, Black
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SodaSparkle Home Drinks Makers turn plain tap water into refreshing sparkling water in seconds!
Includes the machine in black, 5 x CO2 Soda Chargers, 1L Bottle.
This starter kit includes everything you need to start making sparkling water at home. Easy to use, simply fill the included water jugs with tap water, insert the CO2 charger into the machine, turn the top and watch - within seconds - your flat tap water turn into refreshing bubbly soda water. Add any flavors to your drinking glass to turn soda water into a sparkling flavored and refreshing beverage.
You're sure to be the life of the party at the next gathering or picnic with the compact and portable SodaSparkle soft drinks maker. Because the soda chargers are disposable, the machine can easily be taken with you. The chargers are easy to store and transport fitting into cooler bags and backpacks.
Always be ready and have a store of chargers handy and at your reach. Since the chargers do not need to be refilled, simply purchase a 24 charger pack (sold separately) which can make up to 24L of sparkling drinks!
The SodaSparkle is a convenient and cost effective alternative to bottled water and soft drinks that you buy at the shop. You use our water bottle to sparkle your water over and over again, so dramatically cut down on plastic bottles. Our disposable and recyclable CO2 chargers are more energy efficient than buying bottle drinks. They also ensure trips to the grocery store are more convenient eliminating heavy bottles to carry home. And each bottle of soda water is, on average, half the price you'd pay at the supermarket making it a great treat for the family and your wallet! Good for you, good for the environment!
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We've had it about a month, and are happy with it. Soda water consumption in our house has markedly increased, yet we're spending less and not having to lug cases of LaCroix home from the grocery.
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We've had it now for quite a while, and it is still going strong. We like it so much, we've given as gifts to friends.
When I checked to see if I could send feedback to the shipper, the deadline for feedback ended in late June, so I'm putting this out here for anyone else who might have this product.
Slightly longer CO2 cartridges mean a standard CO2 cartridge seal isn’t punctured. Dropping a dime in the charger housing fixes that, but it’s a short sighted effort to sell proprietary CO2 cartridges.
Bottom line is I can make 1 liter of carbonated water for what it costs me to buy 2 liters of soda water at the store for. That’s assuming the use of tap water or home filtered water. Purchased water really increases the cost of the end product. If you buy large quantities of cartridges, the unit price decreases.
Only downfall (as is the case with nearly all these sorts of products) is that the CO2 cartridge holder is slightly larger than other (less expensive) replacements - 'forcing' you to buy their cartridge replacements. Alas - all it takes is a couple little squares of cardboard inserted into the screw-on cap, and voila - you can use those cheaper cartridges you find elsewhere on amazon. We buy the Leland soda chargers (100 pk for ~$40).
For those of you wondering if this is any cheaper than just buying cans of soda water at the store, let's do some quick math: Each cartridge makes a liter, which is about 2.5 cans of soda water. If your 12-pack at the store costs $2.50, then each can costs about $0.21. Each of the cartridges (I'm using the cheaper ones here) costs about $0.40. So a liter of this water costs $0.40 as compared to 2.5 cans, which would be ~$0.50. Granted, that's not taking into account the price for this unit. At first - no, of course it's not cheaper. Eventually though, it will be - especially if you're soda water fiends like my family is. And it takes up less space than 250 cans of soda. And you're not throwing 250 cans in the recycle (if you even recycle - cause I certainly know plenty of people who throw their cans in the trash). And you can make mixed drinks/non-alcoholic beverages on the fly!
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