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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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also keep in mind that you can buy the conversion kit to run just about any size c02 cylinder i bought a re-certified 10lb tank online for $47 and get it swapped for a filled tank for just $17 that is equal to 11 of the 14.5oz/60l soda stream cylinders for $64 the first time then $17 every time after that and thats cheaper than just one 14.5oz/60l soda stream tank ,
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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!
Not knocking a thrifty DIY, but just be really careful to follow those instructions closely and not to over do it. Too much pressure will cause an explosion.
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is this the proper way? I saw someone mentioning they were going to make fresh juice and stuff so I guess they'll just make fresh juice and then pour some into the carbonated water after?
either way works...fresh fruit juice is healthier but more work
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You can get the One-Touch (electric auto-pump, allows you to adjust fizz as well) for $64 at Bed, Bath, & Beyond. To me that was the better deal and what I went w

https://slickdeals.net/f/14608225-sodastream-electric-one-touch-sparkling-water-maker-kit-w-60l-c02-cylinder-black-only-free-shipping-or-pickup-63-99?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
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Bought a similar deal from Target a couple weeks ago. I love this thing. A couple tips: DO NOT use anything other than PURE WATER to carbonate. Carbonating anything other than straight, unflavored water (even fruit infused water) will result in a super fizzy mess and a nozzle that will harbor bacteria. There is no advantage to flavoring before carbonation. Also, for fizzier drinks, use very, very cold water. Additional flavoring syrups from other brands like Mio or other water additives work great too, just don't use anything powdered unless you dissolve it in water first.
I've done vodka there are youtube tutorials. This thing will pay for itself via making your own white claw on no time.
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Wait till Black Friday.
They usually have a deal for 89$ with whole set with Co2 canisters bottles and soda bottles and flavor set.
Last time I saw this deal on Amazon.
This is not a good deal compared to whole set.
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If this is your first soda stream here's a foolproof tutorial on how to carbonate your water. Ignore the instructions that come in the box.

https://youtu.be/ubVTOPeJ6Q4
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Quote from Pondo :
what you mean 20%

Edit: I found it https://sodastream.com/pages/refer-a-friend. The referral code is not worth it since you don't get free shipping, so it turns out to be $58 vs $51
No it's not the code's fault. You needed to add something else to your cart to get your total back over $50.

I recommend adding a 2 pack of 0.5L bottles. Because the standard 1L bottles fill with air as you drink them, your soda will go flat despite the hermetic seal unless you drink the whole bottle at once. 0.5L is a more manageable serving size.
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I have always wanted one of these for the last 5 years. My only concern was the taste of the syrups in comparison to pepsi, mt dew, etc. How are the flavor for for those who have one?
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Boycott the oppressors' companies. Please do not support invaders.
I assume you're not talking about the West Bank...cause thanks to folks like you, folks lost jobs.... https://www.theguardian.com/world...-west-bank

You must mean that all of Israel should pack up and leave? Peace
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Thanks, no thanks.. Don't be lured by the lower entry price. You will be paying a lot of $$ per year to operate. Purchase your own CO2 tank and adapter to own something that will perform better, last longer, and be cheaper. Any time you purchase a product with consumables you need to figure out what your yearly cost will be.
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I have always wanted one of these for the last 5 years. My only concern was the taste of the syrups in comparison to pepsi, mt dew, etc. How are the flavor for for those who have one?
I find you need to use a lot of syrup to replicate the taste and that gets pricey. The best and cheapest flavoring for this are the powdered true lemon or true grapefruit packets. They give a lot of concentrated flavor without diluting the carbonation in the drink. Making your own syrup is a good and inexpensive option, too. Making vanilla cream syrup is very straightforward. Since you'll use real sugar, it'll taste better than store bought stuff. Making your own Mt. Dew or Pepsi is a more of a project, though.
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Thanks, no thanks.. Don't be lured by the lower entry price. You will be paying a lot of $$ per year to operate. Purchase your own CO2 tank and adapter to own something that will perform better, last longer, and be cheaper. Any time you purchase a product with consumables you need to figure out what your yearly cost will be.
That's not true. Buying this and refilling with dry ice works better and costs less per year than making your own carbonator.
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Is there a machine like this around this price that has stainless steel or glass bottles. Plastic makes it taste like garbage. Frown
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Is there a machine like this around this price that has stainless steel or glass bottles. Plastic makes it taste like garbage. Frown
Carbonator has to be plastic else it would shatter. Just carbonate then transfer to glass https://www.amazon.com/SodaStream...B001P30HE0
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