SodaStream Pure Soda Maker
SodaStream Pure Soda Maker turns water into soda in seconds. It's quick and easy. You'll save on lugging, storing and disposing of bottles and cans of store-bought soda. You can fizz and flavor to your taste, without high-fructose corn syrup or aspartame. Sweetened with Splenda®. Enjoy regular, diet soda and energy drinks, or create your own seltzer or flavored sparkling water. Measuring 5" W x 8 1/2" D x 17" H, its slim design will fit easily on any counter, and its stainless steel accents make it suited for today's kitchens. It features an automatic access gas release mechanism, customized carbonation level and an easy to clean drip tray. It needs no batteries, electricity or plumbing. Starter kit includes home soda maker, one reusable 60L CO2 carbonator, and one reusable, BPA-free carbonating bottle with a fizz-preserving closure. Two-year warranty. Note: This product is compatible only with 14.5 oz./60L carbonators and requires a customer signature upon delivery.
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Simple & Effective to Use; Cheap Construction The SodaStream Pure does what it's intended to do: carbonate water, and it does it quick, effectively and well. The appliance is very easy to use. "Fizz" level can be set by adjusting the amount of gas spritzes you shoot into the bottle, from very large bubbles with giant crispness, to smaller less aggressive bubbles. I haven't used the flavor packs, nor will I. I like my seltzer unadulterated. I've had the unit only for about a month, so can't speak to the longevity of the product. I will say, however, that the construction is cheap, cheap, cheap. Lightweight plastic parts and the brushed head on it is merely a thin sheet of flat metal that wraps around the product and is weakly secured. Simply taking the Pure out of the box, the metal sheet fell off and took some struggling to reattach. I wouldn't mind this cheap construction if I'd paid $29 for the thing. But I paid $129, which just adds insult to injury since the pure is virtually identical to the less expensive $99 Genesis, except for that brushed metal band. (Really, $29 for THAT?) I'm only hoping that the money spent will in the end offset the cost of our regular buying of bottled seltzer at the store, not to mention mitigate the environmental impact on doing so. Now it's just a test of time: Will the thing hold up? April 18, 2013
Falls flat. Very flat. Setting aside the condition of the unit when it arrived, the product just wasn't what it was hyped up to be by the reviews. The "normal" soda flavors (cola, diet cola, "energy") taste absolutely terrible. I tried using bottled water even (imagine that!) to make sure it wasn't my water. The more unique flavors are just not very good. The carbonation itself varied from batch to batch (despite the same amount of pushes) and it went flat in no time. Add to that the fact that you save no money (and actually given how fast the soda goes flat you lose money on a "usable soda" basis) and this was a terrible purchase. Normal, canned soda is actually really cheap at the end of the day. Bed Bath's generous return policy will be tested with this dud. April 5, 2013
Love my SodaStream This is my favorite counter top clutterer! I love that I dont add to plastic bottle waste, and can make soda water any time I want! Whee!! January 16, 2013
Save the Environment and Enjoy Doing It! I couldn't see the sense in buying so many plastic and glass bottles only to throw away after the product is consumed. This is a great alternative that is more 'cradle to grave' and fun - all at the same time. Love it! January 14, 2013