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iSi Stainless Steel 1 quart Soda Siphon Bottle, Silver
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- High Quality Stainless Steel Construction
- Carbonates tap or bottled water with iSi CO2 chargers
- Safety features include a measuring tube to prevent overfilling and a pressure control valve
- Allows you to create healthy flavored sodas by adding juices or other flavorings after carbonating
- Large 1 Quart capacity
- Carries a 2 year limited warranty from the vendor
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Discover the refreshing fizz of purest soda water, and prepare a variety of tasty drinks at your next cocktail party with this sleek and stylish soda siphon from iSi North America. Made from stainless steel, it has black accents and an ergonomic charger holder with non-slip silicone grip. With a pressure control valve for maximum comfort and safety, the measuring tube prevents overfilling. Carbonating tap or bottled water, this is excellent for water, or adding to fruit juices, wine spritzers, and cocktails. It is also backed by a manufacturer's two year warranty for satisfaction. This contemporary siphon design is a modern addition to your kitchen and will allow you to enjoy a classic drink any time you desire.
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Yes, I really like this item...but I was initially so-so until I figured out the right method to make the water as fizzy as possible.
Like others, I was initially dismayed about the quality of the fizz, however after about 20 CO2 cartridges worth of trial and error, I think I've figured out the best possible method to make the water very fizzy:
1. Use cold water. Yes... I know, everyone has been suggesting this...but seriously, this really makes a difference. I'm not talking about cool water here... the water needs to be COLD. And the secret trick that no one really seems to be talking about here is that the cold water needs to be poured into a chilled siphon! Before first use, put the empty metal siphon in the freezer to get it nice and chilled. After that, every new batch will stay cold since you'll be storing the siphon in the fridge before refreshing it.
2. after dispensing the (single) CO2 cartridge into the water, SHAKE THE CANISTER VIGOROUSLY 20 TIMES BEFORE PUTTING IT INTO THE FRIDGE. The instructions suggest shaking it 5 times. I found 20 works alot better
3. keep it in the fridge for at least an hour before dispensing for the first time.
By following the steps above, you should get a premium-level output. Sure, its not going to be ultra fizzy like the artificially charged soda can drinks, but the seltzer water is of surprising quality when following these directions.
Lastly, I wanted to make a few additional comments about this product that haven't been discussed too much in the other reviews:
1. The siphon is of high quality. It's very solidly built.
2. It's made in Austria, not China like many of the knockoffs here on Amazon and Ebay
3. This is actually a very cost-effective way of making soda water if you purchase the co2 in bulk. I bought a 100-pack of chargers here for about 34 bucks... making the cost per quart 34cents!
4. YOU DON'T HAVE TO BUY THE ISI CARTRIDGES! ANY 8 GRAM "FOOD-GRADE" CO2 CARTRIDGES WILL WORK PERFECTLY INCLUDING NTG, MOSA AND THE WHIPIT BRAND (CO2 NOT NO2!!)
Hope this helps some of you on the fence about this product.
Anyhow, I've been using this for a month (about 20x) with marginal success- following all the instructions as well as Amazon recommendations (refrigerate the water and container first, shake 15x after dispensing gas, etc). The soda water comes out when it works, at best, marginally carbonated (say, half that of bottled carbonated soda or a Sodastream). It goes flat very quickly, in the order of hours. Bottled carbonated soda will last overnight and stlll be carbonated, same for the Sodastream.
The dispensing nozzle leaks gas about 50% of the time when charging the siphon. This happens irrespective of how quickly you twist the co2 container in or how tightly the cap is screwed on.
Last night I went to charge some water- filled the siphon about 3/4 full with cold tap water and screwed the lid on firmly. Loaded a co2 cartridge and once again about 50% of the gas escaped. I then depressed the pourer lightly to gauge how much gas actually went in and it was barely hissing out. I then loaded another cartridge (instead of wasting yet an entire cartridge on a leaky siphon) and this cartridge generated so much co2 pressure that it bulged out the stainless steel bottom, effectively ruining the siphon.
Not easy to use or repeatably functional, and even when it didn't fail it provided only marginally carbonated water.
At least half the time a bunch of water leaks out and I have to release water manually until the leakage stops.
I use the same amount every time, tighten it securely, etc. so I'm not sure what's going on. But ultimately I don't care - the lack of a visual method for checking the fill-amount renders this device impractical. I could use less water...which means I'll be underfilling, using more CO2, and having to refill more frequently.
The glass bottles are more expensive but ultimately the way to go. Save your money and skip this one.