Jet Black Sodastream £29.99 - Original price £59.99 @ Argos
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Jet Black Sodastream £29.99 - Original price £59.99 @ Argos

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Found 13th Mar
  • Model number; 1012111448.
All sodastream carbonating bottles are reusable with a lifespan of up to 3 years – perfect for reducing the need for single-use plastic bottles and to minimise household plastic waste. Empty co2 cylinders can be exchanged with ease at your local argos store. Users report that they drink up to 43% more water since investing in a sodastream and are less reliant pre-packaged drinks.

  • Produces 60 litres of sparkling water.
  • 1 gas cylinder supplied.
  • Includes 1 carbonating bottle with a 1 litre capacity.
  • Size H42.5, W14, D22cm.
  • Weight 2.29kg.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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I find it cheaper and easier to just use sparkling water. Only 17p -19p for 2 litre bottle in most supermarkets.
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Always used to want one of these, i know someone who put milk in one. Why would you do that
I find it cheaper and easier to just use sparkling water. Only 17p -19p for 2 litre bottle in most supermarkets.
no stock near me
arfawn2 h, 55 m ago

no stock near me


If you have a local Homebargains shop near you have a look in there.
I posted a deal a few months ago for this same model for £19.99 and someone else re posted it quite recently.
Does anyone know how much this would work out for just fizzing water per litre? Just on gas I guess, I buy the 17p 2l bottles but really want to cut plastic plus quite bulky to shop for
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sam_of_london13th Mar

I find it cheaper and easier to just use sparkling water. Only 17p -19p …I find it cheaper and easier to just use sparkling water. Only 17p -19p for 2 litre bottle in most supermarkets.


Its just an overpriced gimmick now, was great though back in the day.
I got one when they were selling for £20, I think a different model than this though. I find it doesn't get very fizzy until about 7 seconds or so of gas, which is way more than the machine says to press, but otherwise its just water that tastes a bit funny. It's not as good as bottle fizzy water but it does save the plastic.
sam_of_london13th Mar

I find it cheaper and easier to just use sparkling water. Only 17p -19p …I find it cheaper and easier to just use sparkling water. Only 17p -19p for 2 litre bottle in most supermarkets.


That's true but you have to consider whether you will get through the whole 2 litres before it goes flat! (I tried this and normally end up pouring at least half the bottle away). Probably still works out cheaper even then but the nice thing about sodastream is the convenience really. Also the ability to re-carbonate flavoured drinks that have gone flat

lasuil14 m ago

I got one when they were selling for £20, I think a different model than …I got one when they were selling for £20, I think a different model than this though. I find it doesn't get very fizzy until about 7 seconds or so of gas, which is way more than the machine says to press, but otherwise its just water that tastes a bit funny. It's not as good as bottle fizzy water but it does save the plastic.


Yeah I found this too. I own both these machines, I actually thought my £20 deal Fizzi machine was faulty for this reason . The older jet (here) is much better at getting the water properly carbonated and it is faster as well. I think it seals onto the bottles better than the new Fizzi machines do (old Jet design screws onto bottle thread, new Fizzi just clamps the bottle without threading)
sam_of_london13th Mar

I find it cheaper and easier to just use sparkling water. Only 17p -19p …I find it cheaper and easier to just use sparkling water. Only 17p -19p for 2 litre bottle in most supermarkets.


This is hotukdeals so what you can do, is buy a adapter that lets you fill the c02 on these from a big c02 tank you can buy, you can get huge food grade canisters which can make up to 570 litres for around 18£... (50£ish deposit for the tank) can get this back whenever

The adapter can either be straight to the machine or just fill the small cannister up again, these cost about 45£

With water costing about 1.30£ for 1000 litres and 18£ making 570 litres

It would cost about 6.5p for 2 litres of sparkling water

Plus it makes 1 litre bottles not 2 which means don't have to drink more or it going flat, plus better for environment on the bottles


This is illegal as reason the soda cannister cost 15£ to replace is they have parents for it.. ripoff imo
Yes cut down your plastic usage by buying a gas powered plastic device! Very green
neanie10 h, 13 m ago

Does anyone know how much this would work out for just fizzing water per …Does anyone know how much this would work out for just fizzing water per litre? Just on gas I guess, I buy the 17p 2l bottles but really want to cut plastic plus quite bulky to shop for


You can get the refills for £12 and they do 60 litres, so 20p/litre. Of course, it negates the disposable plastic use of the cheap water, and if you're bothered about food miles then it's a lot more efficient to be using water sourced from your tap than put in bottles and trucked from the other end of the country.
lasuil8 h, 38 m ago

I got one when they were selling for £20, I think a different model than …I got one when they were selling for £20, I think a different model than this though. I find it doesn't get very fizzy until about 7 seconds or so of gas, which is way more than the machine says to press, but otherwise its just water that tastes a bit funny. It's not as good as bottle fizzy water but it does save the plastic.


The instructions say to hold the button down for 2 seconds x 3 times (up to 5 times). 7 seconds isn't 'way more' - it's within the range.
blugardian4 h, 30 m ago

Yes cut down your plastic usage by buying a gas powered plastic device! …Yes cut down your plastic usage by buying a gas powered plastic device! Very green


These machines can last 5 years + in that time you could of used hundreds of plastic bottles instead of 1 machine and 1 bottle... And the sparkling water from the shops is mostly gas made
niceroundpound13th Mar

Always used to want one of these, i know someone who put milk in one. Why …Always used to want one of these, i know someone who put milk in one. Why would you do that


An idiot friend of mine did that in ours about 25 years ago
This is probably a silly question that I’ll get shot down for but don’t know anything about these things apart from the fact that son has always wanted one! Can you just add syrups to the fizzy water to make soft drinks or is that a different machine? Is it worth bothering, thinking about getting it for a birthday present.
blugardian4 h, 49 m ago

Yes cut down your plastic usage by buying a gas powered plastic device! …Yes cut down your plastic usage by buying a gas powered plastic device! Very green


are you dumb? You buy the plastic device ONCE otherwise you will buy thousands of plastic bottles.

I bought the sodastream Fizzi model back in january when it was on offer for £ 20 instead of £99. I bought a large tank and connected to the sodastream through hose. Now cost me 7pence for 2 litres and got rid of carrying plastic bottles
rosygirl12 m ago

This is probably a silly question that I’ll get shot down for but don’t kno …This is probably a silly question that I’ll get shot down for but don’t know anything about these things apart from the fact that son has always wanted one! Can you just add syrups to the fizzy water to make soft drinks or is that a different machine? Is it worth bothering, thinking about getting it for a birthday present.


Yes you can buy the actual sodastream syrups or add cordial/squash. I was in two minds about getting mine a month or so ago but really pleased with it! Saves on plastic bottles and is very convenient! The Range do gas refills for £8.99 too!
nicholasrou19 m ago

are you dumb? You buy the plastic device ONCE otherwise you will buy …are you dumb? You buy the plastic device ONCE otherwise you will buy thousands of plastic bottles.I bought the sodastream Fizzi model back in january when it was on offer for £ 20 instead of £99. I bought a large tank and connected to the sodastream through hose. Now cost me 7pence for 2 litres and got rid of carrying plastic bottles


Hey where do you get your large tank from?
flintymutt3 h, 44 m ago

The instructions say to hold the button down for 2 seconds x 3 times (up …The instructions say to hold the button down for 2 seconds x 3 times (up to 5 times). 7 seconds isn't 'way more' - it's within the range.


Mine doesn't say that I'm sure, it just says press the button a couple times, but I have to hold it down. Might be more like 10-12 seconds. I'll do a stopwatch next time
I do not need it, tap water in a glass then I spit on it and becomes effervescent, can see a lot of bubbles on the top and all natural
sam_of_london13th Mar

I find it cheaper and easier to just use sparkling water. Only 17p -19p …I find it cheaper and easier to just use sparkling water. Only 17p -19p for 2 litre bottle in most supermarkets.


It's pretty wasteful though, going through that many plastic bottles all the time.
niceroundpound13th Mar

Always used to want one of these, i know someone who put milk in one. Why …Always used to want one of these, i know someone who put milk in one. Why would you do that


You haven't lived until you've mixed 7Up and Milk together.
Considering the cost of bottled water, I'm pretty sure buying this is false economy, and false ecology as well, after all if you are concerned about ecology, just drink water like every mammal on earth
lasuil4 h, 28 m ago

Mine doesn't say that I'm sure, it just says press the button a couple …Mine doesn't say that I'm sure, it just says press the button a couple times, but I have to hold it down. Might be more like 10-12 seconds. I'll do a stopwatch next time


I live in Belfast... took me a while to find a rent free tank... but I searched on google and found a supplier just 5miles away. The 6.5Kg tank cost me £ 50 one off charge and then £ 20 to refill with gas 6.5 kg. Each refill will last me 5 months or so.
nicholasrou40 m ago

I live in Belfast... took me a while to find a rent free tank... but I …I live in Belfast... took me a while to find a rent free tank... but I searched on google and found a supplier just 5miles away. The 6.5Kg tank cost me £ 50 one off charge and then £ 20 to refill with gas 6.5 kg. Each refill will last me 5 months or so.


When mine needs a refill, I'll do it via sodastream, send back my empty one for a discount on a refilled one
Perhaps just drink still tap water. Then there is no plastic or CO2 to worry about?!
nicholasrou4 h, 52 m ago

I live in Belfast... took me a while to find a rent free tank... but I …I live in Belfast... took me a while to find a rent free tank... but I searched on google and found a supplier just 5miles away. The 6.5Kg tank cost me £ 50 one off charge and then £ 20 to refill with gas 6.5 kg. Each refill will last me 5 months or so.


What refill adapter did you go for? Did you need to alter the sodastream canister. I read the new ones are antitamper?
Can this be used with wine to make prossecco, if so a fortune could be saved on the wives little fizzy habit, lol
Waste of money. Cold.
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