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SodaStream Jet Drinksmaker, White
|Price:||£54.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details|
- More refreshment, less lugging bottles with SodaStream
- Turn tap water into sparkling water in seconds - simply fill and fizz
- Easy manual carbonation, for drinks made to your liking and no need for electricity
- Features screw-in mechanism to secure carbonating bottle
- Comes with 60 L gas cylinder and a 1 L carbonating bottle
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The SodaStream Drinksmaker turns ordinary tap water into sparkling water and soda in seconds. These drinks are not only fun to make but better value for money and better for you. The Jet Drinksmaker has been created to fit with any modern kitchen, with a range of colours available to suit your style. The Drinksmaker comes with a 60 litre aluminium gas cylinder and one carbonating bottle, so you can make up to 60 litres of your favourite sparkling drinks. No SodaStream Drinksmaker is complete without a range of flavours to quench your thirst. Choose from over 50 specially formulated mixes, so you can make fresh soda, with up to 70% less sugar and carbs than leading (store bought) drinks. Make it the way you want, more/less bubbles, more/less sugar, it's your choice! What’s more, by opting to use SodaStream it is estimated you will save the environment from around 1,000 bottles and cans over 1 year, so you can help to rid the world of plastic bottles. All SodaStream Drinksmakers come with a 2 year manufacturer's guarantee, so you can buy with confidence .
1 x Drinksmaker
1 x 60 Litre gas cylinder
1 x 1 Litre carbonating bottle
From the Manufacturer
Sparkling Water On Tap
Make sparkling water from 17p per litre using SodaStream. Reusing SodaStream carbonating bottles can save you up to 2,000 bottles and cans per year.
A Touch Of Flavour
SodaStream have a variety of mixes available here at Amazon--from fruit flavours and zero sugar options to the SodaStream classics.
Each SodaStream comes with a 60-litre gas cylinder which makes up to 60 litres of sparkling water. Once empty, you can change your cylinder online here at Amazon.
Step by Step Guide
Press in and unscrew bottle
Press in and Unscrew Bottle
Insert Cylinder Into Back
Fill Bottle and Insert
Press Down to Fizz
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|Colour Options||Black, White, Red, Yellow||Black, White, Red||Silver||Black, White||Black, White, Grey|
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Buy Sodastream at your peril.
The Sodastream is quite tall but relatively slim so it doesn't take up much counter space. Screwing in the CO2 gas bottle is pretty easy. It comes with 2 one litre bottles.
The first thing I made in it was a bottle of fizzy cordial - the cordial came from the supermarket, I put a measure into the Sodastream bottle, topped up with water and then repeatedly pressed the gas injector until I heard the farting noise that means the correct gas pressure has been reached in the bottle.
The results were very good but I didn't like the idea of taking up a whole bottle for a single flavoured drink. Since then I have filled the bottle with tap water and chilled it in the fridge before injecting the gas - this allows more gas to be absorbed (apparently). I then make up whatever drink I want by mixing cordial and fizzy water in a glass.
The screw tops on the bottles seem to retain the fizziness for a long time.
One other thing I have tried is making fizzy wine, with mixed success. If you fill the Sodastream bottle to the maximum line the wine will get fizzy but it releases loads of bubbles as you remove it from the Sodastream machine and you end up with wine squirting everywhere - you have to spend ages cleaning it out of the Sodastream. The trick is to chill the wine first and to only fill the bottle to half capacity. Then release the bottle gradually, letting the bubbles settle before releasing a bit more.
The taste results on the sparkling wine were good. The best one was a sparkling red made with a full bodied Shiraz - the taste was comparable to shop bought sparkling reds that cost almost a tenner a bottle. The key is to serve it cold - it tastes like filth if you serve it at room temperature.
I drink a lot of carbonated drinks but usually buy the low sugar squashes or cordials and use these rather than the sodastream branded concentrates.
If you want an identical tasting drink to your branded colas or other drinks, then Sodastream may not be for you.
I can never really get a branded cola like taste. It just tastes a bit different, not quite as good, and you do need to really gas up the water to get the carbonation as high as the branded stuff.
However, it is a great way of making sparkling water without hauling loads of 2L bottles from the supermarket every week, which is a real pain. As cost goes, you would be cheaper buying the 2L bottles of value sparkling, but for convenience, the sodastream wins hands down.
One other point, the 60L refil does not really make 60L of sparkling water, unless you like it lightly sparkling.
I usually get about 40L of really fizzy water from one cylinder.
Now onto refill availability.
Best to buy an extra cylinder, that way you can have one full ready for changing when it is needed.
I used to get my refils from Asda, but it was a real song and dance getting a replacement, because although they were available, it was a complicated process at the checkout, returning the empty then charging for the refil. Had to be done at customer services, always someone else had to be called because the person on duty didn't know how to do the sodastream cylinders.
Now I get them from Argos. Simple, no hassle, they know what they are doing.
By the way, I think 9.99 for a refil is a rip-off.
The CO2 its self is pennies. You are paying for the handling and Sodastream profits.
I was completely addicted to sodas from name brands and this product converted me 100% to a "soda-by-me" person. I make a couple liters every weekend and drink them throughout the week for a FRACTION of what I used to pay for store-bought sodas. It also gives me some bragging rights to say I am being green by not having those 400+ bottles/cans I went through every year.
She loves making soda and adding some real fruit juice for a light and refreshing drink that isn't filled with unnatural ingredients. This also makes a great substitute for sodas and fruit juices for our kids. They love making the drinks themselves.
The machine is idiot proof and very sturdy, the CO2 containers are easy to exchange through the company's website or in our local stores, and the flavors (which I was most critical of before purchasing) are all fantastic. I personally recommend the diet soda and diet root beer. I was extremely surprised at the sheer number of options the company offers for flavor choices and brand name substitutes. I also like that this company only sells products sweetened with Splenda - no aspartame!
Finally, I should mention something I consider most important: Everyone who is a guest in our home now gets to make their own soda when they come over (any flavor they like). It is a HUGE hit and a real conversation starter. After trying ours, at least 10 of our friends have purchased this in the last 3 months and all of them use the machines constantly.
I would highly recommend you try this product.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brilliantly versatile and simple. No more dodgy soft drinks... wish I could take it into my local - I have no idea what they are serving up ... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alexander Crawford
So simple to use, and doesn't take up much space. Has made a real difference to our carbon footprint in terms of (a) how many times we used to drive to the shops to buy bottles of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason
Great product. Fed up transporting big bottles every week so thought about buying soda stream. Glad I did. It's so good. Bought more bottles tho' so can have spares. Read morePublished 2 months ago by CD