Sodastream Jet for £ 26.66 in store at Tesco 50% cheaper than anywhere else !!
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Sodastream Jet for £ 26.66 in store at Tesco 50% cheaper than anywhere else !!

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Found 10th Mar 2012
Ok kids, it's a flashback to the 80's..... you know it's going to end up in the garage after 6 months, but what the hell, you need this in your life.... keep telling yourself it will pay for itself in a year !!

Found in store in Carmarthen..... there was a stack of approx 50 of these !

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good price, got mine for £20 we use ours all the time and so much cheaper the "real" coke!

Get busy with the fizzee

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Next cheapest I could find was £49.99 !

Has anyone used this as a way to make your own soda water?

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jsty3105

Has anyone used this as a way to make your own soda water?



That's why I bought it !!!
Just had some and can confirm it's spot on.

The new flavours weren't as good so didn't relive any childhood memories

Soda streams are brilliant, I used them for years to make Carbonated water and occasionally fizzy drinks. Unfortunately carbonated water in supermarkets at 18p and sometimes as low as 11p are so much cheaper... figure that one out - no heat given or taken.

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flyingteddy

The new flavours weren't as good so didn't relive any childhood memories



Pretty sure that normal cordials should be good.
This one has a 1 litre bottle, not them piddly little glass ones.

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egilshut1

Soda streams are brilliant, I used them for years to make Carbonated … Soda streams are brilliant, I used them for years to make Carbonated water and occasionally fizzy drinks. Unfortunately carbonated water in supermarkets at 18p and sometimes as low as 11p are so much cheaper... figure that one out - no heat given or taken.



But you dont have to lug all the bottles of carbonated water home if you have one of these (_;)

i got a soda stream for christmas and think its great but they are a few issues and these are mainly down to the limited flavours that are on the high street and the fact the gas refils are hard to get hold of.
on the soda stream website there is lots of choice including clear flavoursw for making flavoured sparkling waters and lots of natural and no sugar flavours. the big issue here is that to get free delivery you need to spend over £50 and to be honest spending £50 on fizzy drinks in one go is a micky take.
on the high street all you seem to get is the full sugar cola, lemonade and orange with a diet cola and orange here and there and thata about it.

to make soda stream more successful it needs to offer the full selection or as close to the full selection in high street shops so that people know that it does more than just cola and lemonade, instead of the small limited selection they offer in retailers now and make the gas refils easier to get hold of.

joffa81

i got a soda stream for christmas and think its great but they are a few … i got a soda stream for christmas and think its great but they are a few issues and these are mainly down to the limited flavours that are on the high street and the fact the gas refils are hard to get hold of.on the soda stream website there is lots of choice including clear flavoursw for making flavoured sparkling waters and lots of natural and no sugar flavours. the big issue here is that to get free delivery you need to spend over £50 and to be honest spending £50 on fizzy drinks in one go is a micky take.on the high street all you seem to get is the full sugar cola, lemonade and orange with a diet cola and orange here and there and thata about it.to make soda stream more successful it needs to offer the full selection or as close to the full selection in high street shops so that people know that it does more than just cola and lemonade, instead of the small limited selection they offer in retailers now and make the gas refils easier to get hold of.



Try Asda, my store doesnt sell them but alot of them do. They should be in the H&L department.

can you carbonate vodka?

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godzilla1000

can you carbonate vodka? :);)



.....how about white wine ?

Technically you are only supposed to fizz water and no other liquid or substance should be carbonated !!!!

You can carbonate anything you want (AT YOUR OWN RISK) but it may well make a big mess especially if what your fizzing is not ice cold. Also remember if what your fizzing contains sugar you can potentially block the fizzing nozzle and cause the soda stream to not work correctly.

joffa81

Technically you are only supposed to fizz water and no other liquid or … Technically you are only supposed to fizz water and no other liquid or substance should be carbonated !!!!You can carbonate anything you want (AT YOUR OWN RISK) but it may well make a big mess especially if what your fizzing is not ice cold. Also remember if what your fizzing contains sugar you can potentially block the fizzing nozzle and cause the soda stream to not work correctly.


thanks for the info

Looks to be store specific. Tried my local stores (all large stores) and found none.

I do know tesco were selling all their soda stream stuff off about 2 weeks ago these included syrups and plastic fizzing bottles. The selection at my local tesco was very limited with only diet orange and diet cola but they were marked down to £1.99 per bottle of concentrate. There was no soda stream machines though.

The reason for this was that Argos has become a supplier and tesco seem to think that soda stream gear is a hard sell anyway and adding another retailer ment it was not worth stocking the stuff sodastream items as the competition was too saturated.

robert dyas sells lots of flavours for the soda stream diet cola zero cola apple lemonade lemon lime green tea rootbeer blackcurrant ginger ale kids natural flavours cream soda cherry dandylion and burdock grapefruit isotonic sport drinks clear flavoured water as well as energy flavours kiwi pear pomegrante as well as superfruits

I love it I got it gOt it for Xmas
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