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Who Wants To Pay For Bottled Fizzy Water When You Can Pay To Make Your Own At Home?

Who Wants To Pay For Bottled Fizzy Water When You Can Pay To Make Your Own At Home?

Perrier, San Pellegrino, Voss… they’re all fine sparkling waters. And they’re all expensive. And think about it, you’re paying for H2O and CO2 mixed together, then bottled in some glass. It’s ridiculous, and yet we’re happy to pay. We say that might change if you get a chance to make your own at home. The Sodastream Revolution lets you do just that. Take your flat water, stick it under the nozzle and select any of four carbonation levels: low, medium, hight and “turbo”. We’re not sure what happens when you pick turbo, but it sounds exciting. An LED screen will keep you updated on the carbonation process and on how much CO2 is left in your tank, which unfortunately has to be bought from Sodastrea directly. Still, in the long run and especially if you’re a large volume drinker of sparkling water, you’ll end up saving money and be responsible for less waste.

It’s $200.

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  • Annie

    This would be so cool, refreshing, good for health and money saving in the long run.

  • mrchopper

    Money saving in the long run? Tesco Everyday Value bottled water (2L) retails at 17p. If we take the UK cost of the SSR to be commensurate at £130, you’d have to make over 1500L of water to start saving money. If there were two people using this to make 2L of water a day each, it would still take over a year to recoup the cost.
     That doesn’t count the cost of the CO2 and electricity, either.

  • Smith Warnes

    Innovative technology .Obviously everyone would like to make their own sparkling water, but it is quite expensive.

  • Heather Strom

    I work for a company that pays me to demonstrate the soda stream machine in our local Meijer store. There is a soda stream machine that sells for about $80, not as high tech but does the job just as well. And the CO2 canisters are exchangeable at Meijer too. Depending on where you buy your machine, the store may offer an exchange program. Otherwise you have to send the company your empty canister and they will send you a full one, for the price of the CO2 plus the shipping.

  • Heather Strom

    You can actually watch a demonstration of this machine on you tube.

  • Cheeze969

    You can get a large CO2 Bottle and connect it to the Soda Stream … you can google how to do it.