When I was given the opportunity to review the SodaStream I was very excited. We love bubbly, flavored water and occasionally drink diet pop. The premise of this machine is that with only a CO2 cartridge and the SodaStream, you can make up to 60 L of carbonated water. They also claim that you will save the environment from wasteful bottles and money too.
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The Sodastream Fountain Jet machine ($79.95) came in an attractive box which included a 60 L carbonator, one 1 liter bottle, an instruction booklet, a smapler pack of flavors and the machine. The nice people at SodaStream also sent me quite a few flavors to try! The machine has an unobtrusive, streamlined appearance that fits in well with our kitchen decor - I have it right next to my Keurig. It is made of plastic and feels a bit flimsy, but you will be amazed at what it can do.
|My SodaStream Unpacked!|
Using the SodaStream was easy! I popped the carbonating canister into the back and we were ready to go. First I filled my soda bottle with water and let it get cold in the fridge. Next I screwed it into the machine, pressed the button on top 3x (until I heard a loud buzz) and watched it carbonate the water. Last I took the bottle off and put my flavoring in for great tasting soda - it really is THAT easy!
Now, you can enjoy the best tasting soda on the planet ... and it's as easy as making coffee!
- Save space with concentrated sodamix and reusable carbonating bottles
- No more lugging and storing heavy, bulky bottles and cans
- No more hassles with empties in the trash or recycling bin
- No batteries, no electricity, no plumbing
- Over 60 flavors at the touch of a button
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This, by far, has been my most favorite product to review. We absolutely love it and I would recommend anyone who drinks flavored water or pop on a regular basis to get a SodaStream!