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SodaStream Fizzi Sparkling Water Maker Kit w/ 60L CO2 Cylinder EXPIRED

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Walmart has SodaStream Fizzi Sparkling Water Maker Kit w/ 60L CO2 Cylinder (Various Colors) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where available. Thanks Dealhunter30 and ephesians429 [discuss]

Amazon also has SodaStream Fizzi Sparkling Water Maker Kit w/ 60L CO2 Cylinder (Black or White) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free.

Target also has SodaStream Fizzi Sparkling Water Maker Kit w/ 60L CO2 Cylinder (Various Colors) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where available.

Alternatively, SodaStream.com has SodaStream Fizzi Sparkling Water Maker Kit w/ 60L CO2 Cylinder (Various Colors) + SodaStream Bottle Brush + 2-Count SodaStream Bottle Caps for $50.97 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free.

Steps:
  1. Select the Fizzi Starter Pack option (priced at $49.99) in a color of your choice and add to cart
  2. Add SodaStream Bottle Brush to cart
  3. Add 2-Pack SodaStream Stainless Steel Bottle Caps to cart
  4. Proceed to checkout
  5. Apply $10 off $50+ discount code SPARKLE10 during checkout
  6. Total will be $50.97 + Free Shipping
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Last Edited by Danzilla December 1, 2020 at 10:47 PM
Kohls has it for $1 more with code THANKS but you get back $15 kohls cash

https://www.kohls.com/product/prd...ck&prdPV=1


One of a number of YouTube videos on refilling your tanks yourself using dry ice from your local grocery store (YMMV).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-a3pISQLQg
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Alternatively, for $1 more you can get the Fizzi Starter Kit with a bottle brush + extra bottle caps at SodaStream.com


Steps:
  1. Select the Fizzi Starter Pack [sodastream.com] option (priced at $49.99) in a color of your choice and add to cart
  2. Add SodaStream Bottle Brush [sodastream.com] to cart
  3. Add 2-Pack SodaStream Stainless Steel Bottle Caps [sodastream.com] to cart
  4. Proceed to checkout
  5. Add discount code SPARKLE10 during checkout
  6. Total will be $50.97 + Free Shipping
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It's very easy to refill canisters yourself with dry ice and save a LOT of money.
Dry ice sells for $2-3 a pound at grocery store. You need about 1.5lbs to fully fill the canister.
Wear gloves!
Make sure canister is empty by pressing release valve on top of the bottle with your finger. Take a wrench and unscrew the brass valve from canister, take note not to lose the black rubber washer. Throw 1.5lbs of dry ice into a blender to turn it into powder. Attached a funnel to canister with masking tape. Pour dry ice into canister, leave couple inches from top for valve. Screw in valve and tighten with wrench, don't over tighten it won't unscrew under pressure. Let the canister sit for 2-3 hours in warm temperature for ice to turn to co2. Enjoy your fizzy pop!
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Is this really sick since all are selling them for a same price? Seems like purchasing directly from SodaStream has the best options with brush & caps? Is it worth it? I only drink Costco Vintage Seltzer Water.
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One-Touch is 64 at Bedbathandbeyond after 20% coupon.
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Caution on buying from Amazon if you are not sure that you will keep the unit. Because of compressed CO2 cylinder, AMAZON will not take it back. Read the reviews on Amazon - you have been warned.
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My family was going through a few bottles a day and were going through these cylinders almost weekly. At $15 an exchange it was getting expensive. Bought an adapter ($50) and a 5 lbs co2 cylinder (~$60) on Amazon and that was a game changer. The 5 lbs is about 5-6x the size of the cylinder the soda maker comes with and only cost $20 to exchange locally at a paintball store or aquaponics store. Only downside of this conversion that it takes significantly more space. Pretty happy with it overall after the conversion though! Happy slickdeals
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Quote from xeene :
It's very easy to refill canisters yourself with dry ice and save a LOT of money.
Dry ice sells for $2-3 a pound at grocery store. You need about 1.5lbs to fully fill the canister.
Wear gloves!
Make sure canister is empty by pressing release valve on top of the bottle with your finger. Take a wrench and unscrew the brass valve from canister, take note not to lose the black rubber washer. Throw 1.5lbs of dry ice into a blender to turn it into powder. Attached a funnel to canister with masking tape. Pour dry ice into canister, leave couple inches from top for valve. Screw in valve and tighten with wrench, don't over tighten it won't unscrew under pressure. Let the canister sit for 2-3 hours in warm temperature for ice to turn to co2. Enjoy your fizzy pop!
Any dangers of exceeding pressure capacity of the cylinder?
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Any dangers of exceeding pressure capacity of the cylinder?
Not that I can think of. I fill them to the brim with powder co2. Which is about twice it's label capacity. Been working fine for years. If you want to be careful, use scale and measure exact same amount to the gram.
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My family was going through a few bottles a day and were going through these cylinders almost weekly. At $15 an exchange it was getting expensive. Bought an adapter ($50) and a 5 lbs co2 cylinder (~$60) on Amazon and that was a game changer. The 5 lbs is about 5-6x the size of the cylinder the soda maker comes with and only cost $20 to exchange locally at a paintball store or aquaponics store. Only downside of this conversion that it takes significantly more space. Pretty happy with it overall after the conversion though! Happy slickdeals
do you have the links for the amazon products you purchased to make this conversion? TIA
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You can also get extra bottle from Fizzi, Better deal on Fizzi with the discount code.
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do you have the links for the amazon products you purchased to make this conversion? TIA
Upgraded Soda Stream Adapter Hose Kit,60in CGA320 to TR21-4 G1/2 Soda Maker Co2 Tank Direct Adapter,with External High-Pressure Stainless Steel Braided Hose,4500PSI https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B08HC...UTF8&psc=1

5lb co2 Tank- New Aluminum Cylinder with CGA320 Valve https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00HQ...UTF8&psc=1

The tank ships empty
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do you have the links for the amazon products you purchased to make this conversion? TIA
Or you can fill with dry ice. It is easy, costs less ( $7 for 3 canisters) and takes less space on counter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-a3pISQLQg
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You can also get extra bottle from Fizzi, Better deal on Fizzi with the discount code.
Link?
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Why does this has so many bad reviews on Amazon, everyone saying it doesn't frizz enough others saying other reasons .I want to get it since I regularly buy carbonated water from Costco
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Or you can fill with dry ice. It is easy, costs less ( $7 for 3 canisters) and takes less space on counter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-a3pISQLQg
That is awesome. Can get food grade pellets at Airgas and other places. www.airgas.com
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