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Sodastream


$79.99 Released January, 1903

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Environmentally friendly- can reuse the bottles. You can control the carbonation levels in the drinks you make. Small footprint- doesn't take up much space on your counter.

The Cons:Replacement cartridges can be a pain to get. Some people won't find the drink gets sparkling enough. Buying soda / pop is much easier.

Sodastream is a small appliance that transforms your tap into carbonated water in under 30 seconds. It achieves this by introducing carbon dioxide gas into the water through a cylinder where it's stored.

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Product Shot 2 The product includes a machine, a carbon dioxide cylinder, flavor syrups and one or more reusable beverage bottles.  When a cylinder is empty, it is returned to a supplier and a replacement cylinder is rented. By using the appropriate variety of concentrate, different flavours of soft drink can be created.

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Pros
  • 3

    Environmentally friendly- can reuse the bottles

  • 2

    You can control the carbonation levels in the drinks you make

  • 2

    Small footprint- doesn't take up much space on your counter

  • 2

    Easy-to-use (can complete the carbonation process in 30 seconds)

  • 2

    Much cheaper when compared to purchasing the equivalent amount of pop

  • 2

    Tastes "fresh" compared to store bought soda

Cons
  • 1

    Replacement cartridges can be a pain to get

  • 0

    Some people won't find the drink gets sparkling enough

  • 0

    Buying soda / pop is much easier

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    Similar products have been around for at least 30 years; If the concept was desirable and practical it would have been in common use a long time ago.

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Erik
Erik: #sodastream I've seen this in a few stores. Pretty curious to try it out. My main concern is that this would slowly make its way to the small appliance graveyard with the food processor, espresso machine and panini press. Dec 13, 11
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  • lantonov

    lantonov: I've been using SodaStream for 4 years. I use concentrated sirup that you can buy in most grocery stores, instead of ordering the stuff SodaStream sells. I use it almost every day (unless I have a cold ;) It is easier than buying soda and cheaper too. I moved to Denmark last year and I was missing it, untill I found that they sell SodaStream here too, and you can even get the replacement CO2 cartridges from a store. Jan 3, 12

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