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Sodastream Genesis was £100 now £40 at Boots
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Sodastream Genesis was £100 now £40 at Boots

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Posted 19th Nov 2018

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I’ve been keeping my eyes peeled for a deal on this as I drink a lot of fizzy water but really want to reduce my plastic waste.

It’s fiddly to get the syrup easily but you can get them online, or just use cordial, they must struggle to get it listed in shops so this is pushed as a sparkling water machine rather than what they used to back in the 90’s

Each gas canister should give you 60 litres, they are £15 each on a return system in Argos. This may not be the most economical BUT if you are a fizzy drinker and want to reduce your waste this may be right for you.

Looking at the instore ticket this will end on 30th November
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Anybody got this?
I had 1 many years ago, are they better now?
Steveyorkie19/11/2018 18:04

Anybody got this?I had 1 many years ago, are they better now?


I’ve had one the last few or so and love it.

You can get the original syrups on offer to try. I tend to use it with Cordials to make a great sparkling drink.
cjparsons262 m ago

I’ve had one the last few or so and love it. You can get the original s …I’ve had one the last few or so and love it. You can get the original syrups on offer to try. I tend to use it with Cordials to make a great sparkling drink.


Nice one, thanks
cjparsons2619/11/2018 18:10

I’ve had one the last few or so and love it. You can get the original s …I’ve had one the last few or so and love it. You can get the original syrups on offer to try. I tend to use it with Cordials to make a great sparkling drink.


I want to try the Dr Pete ha ha - I bet it’s nasty but I’m willing to giving it a try!
I know people will suggest buying cheapest sparkling and adding cordial yourself but to me it doesn’t taste the same.

Plus the less wastage it going to be a huge plus.
Edited by: "cjparsons26" 19th Nov 2018
Ilikehotdeals12 m ago

I want to try the Dr Pete ha ha - I bet it’s nasty but I’m willing to giv …I want to try the Dr Pete ha ha - I bet it’s nasty but I’m willing to giving it a try!


I haven’t tried it. Some say it’s spot on others not so...it’s all subjective.

Another source of flavouring is Slush syrup and concentrates but can be full of chemicals.

Google some homemade soda stream syrups. There are some great fresh ideas without any preservatives.
cjparsons264 m ago

I know people will suggest buying cheapest sparkling and adding cordial …I know people will suggest buying cheapest sparkling and adding cordial yourself but to me it doesn’t taste the same.Plus the mess wastage it going to be a huge plus.


That’s the reason I want one. I sat and worked out I’m buying 20 big bottles of sparkling water a month, financially this isn’t better but I spend time and drag those from the shop, then I have all that waste. I’m happy to pay a bit more knowing I am at least trying to make things a bit better
I’m not sure if it’s possible with this model, but you can buy larger co2 canisters and use an adapter to screw it to the sodastream unit as long as there is room inside of it.

Google is your friend on this. I could get the canister refill for £6.

However I found the original canisters lasted slightly longer.
Edited by: "cjparsons26" 19th Nov 2018
Ilikehotdeals111 m ago

I want to try the Dr Pete ha ha - I bet it’s nasty but I’m willing to giv …I want to try the Dr Pete ha ha - I bet it’s nasty but I’m willing to giving it a try!


Got Dr Pete and honestly, it's quite/too sweet and doesn't have the same flavour.
Does this have a gas canister included?
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