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SodaStream Gas Refill (Soda Stream cylinder) £7.99 (20% off) @ Argos

£7.99 @ Argos
SodaStream Exchange 60 Litre Gas Cylinder. Take your empty cylinder down to Argos and they will exchange it for a full one for £7.99. £20% off and no messing about with deposits etc. Read More
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SodaStream Exchange 60 Litre Gas Cylinder.

Take your empty cylinder down to Argos and they will exchange it for a full one for £7.99. £20% off and no messing about with deposits etc.
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#1
Not voting either way - but do people still use these ??
#2
Bought one 2 years ago gas has run out and I haven't replaced it! Did see a prog on that you can fizz up a bottle of wine tho and it can pass as champagne!! May purchase one just to try it !! Good price!
#3
katemorris
Bought one 2 years ago gas has run out and I haven't replaced it! Did see a prog on that you can fizz up a bottle of wine tho and it can pass as champagne!! May purchase one just to try it !! Good price!

The wine sounds a good thing to try ;)

Fizzy drinks are so cheap these days that I have never seen the point of these as they work out more expensive than buying them ready made (and less messing).
#4
Sodastream are such poor value compared
with ready made drinks I am at a loss to
understand why anyone buys them.
#5
gluke21
Sodastream are such poor value compared
with ready made drinks I am at a loss to
understand why anyone buys them.

My point exactly.

Although if you do use them then 20% is a good deal I suppose...
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happymanuk
Not voting either way - but do people still use these ??


Yes, I think most pick one up when they see it on sale, use up the one cylinder of gas and then in the 'gadget cupboard' to gather dust it goes.

That's where mines is anyways..

Would still use it if they had decent flavours, Tizer was great if memory serves...
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andynicol
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happymanuk
Not voting either way - but do people still use these ??

Yes, I think most pick one up when they see it on sale, use up the one cylinder of gas and then in the 'gadget cupboard' to gather dust it goes.

That's where mines is anyways..

Would still use it if they had decent flavours, Tizer was great if memory serves...

Exactly, bought mine on sale, it is now literally sat in the 'gadget cupboard'.

20% is nice though, tempted to dust of the little beauty and get 'busy with the fizzy'
#8
These look good - but after watching ashens soda stream review ill pass.
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katemorris
Bought one 2 years ago gas has run out and I haven't replaced it! Did see a prog on that you can fizz up a bottle of wine tho and it can pass as champagne!! May purchase one just to try it !! Good price!

we've done this. turned a bottle of blue nun into something almost drinkable! :)

fizzy vodka is good too...
#10
happymanuk
Not voting either way - but do people still use these ??


People who brew their own real ale might. You used to be able to get various attachments to use these for recharging/maintaining the co2 pressure in homebrew beer kegs, and probably still can.
#11
I bought a Sodastream machine a few weeks ago in the lightening deals on Amazon. It was the megapack. So far I've used it every day. The gas cylinder apparently gives about 60 litres for £7.99. I don't think that's too bad. Fizzy drink is can be expensive depending on which one you buy. Coke and lemonade is cheap. I also use the water with cordial. Saves me from having to lump bottles of fizzy water from the supermarket and then have to chuck the bottles out.
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Loubou
I bought a Sodastream machine a few weeks ago in the lightening deals on Amazon. It was the megapack. So far I've used it every day. The gas cylinder apparently gives about 60 litres for £7.99. I don't think that's too bad. Fizzy drink is can be expensive depending on which one you buy. Coke and lemonade is cheap. I also use the water with cordial. Saves me from having to lump bottles of fizzy water from the supermarket and then have to chuck the bottles out.


Yep. Also saves on the wastefulness of plastic bottles and lugging them all to the recycling centre.
#13
Loubou
I bought a Sodastream machine a few weeks ago in the lightening deals on Amazon. It was the megapack. So far I've used it every day. The gas cylinder apparently gives about 60 litres for £7.99. I don't think that's too bad. Fizzy drink is can be expensive depending on which one you buy. Coke and lemonade is cheap. I also use the water with cordial. Saves me from having to lump bottles of fizzy water from the supermarket and then have to chuck the bottles out.

Carbonated water from most supermarkets is around 20p use it with your diluting / cordial and it works out a lot cheaper than SodaStream when you factor in the gas.
#14
andynicol

Carbonated water from most supermarkets is around 20p use it with your diluting / cordial and it works out a lot cheaper than SodaStream when you factor in the gas.

Buying a Gas cylinder equates to about 26-33p per equivalent 2litre bottle. Yes, this is maybe not as cheap as supermarket supermarket basics carbonated water but, in my humble opinion, it's worth paying pennies extra for the convenience of having sparkling water 'on tap' whilst saving on the waste/recycling.

Also, you can pick up 'as new' machines on eBay / Gumtree for £10-£20.
#15
evilgiraf
andynicol

Carbonated water from most supermarkets is around 20p use it with your diluting / cordial and it works out a lot cheaper than SodaStream when you factor in the gas.
Buying a Gas cylinder equates to about 26-33p per equivalent 2litre bottle. Yes, this is maybe not as cheap as supermarket supermarket basics carbonated water but, in my humble opinion, it's worth paying pennies extra for the convenience of having sparkling water 'on tap' whilst saving on the waste/recycling.
Also, you can pick up 'as new' machines on eBay / Gumtree for £10-£20.

Worth paying extra for the convenience ?

Really ?

This IS a money saving site yes ?

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