I don't use enough over a year to make refilling myself economic - but I recall someone posting that places like Majestic refill them, is that correct? Would rather do it locally than ship bottles all the time. If wine merchants did it that would be another revenue stream for them...
I rent the bottle https://www.co2supermarket.co.uk/sodastream-cylinder-refill-adapter-p520.html
Hi , I live in east london so not sure where to get the Co2 , but do you buy the bottle or rent or deposit .Also can you tell me what device you use and where to get ir please
There’s no tube. I got the cylinder and bought the regulator valve and that’s it. Previously when I researched filling the bottle that’s all I needed but I read that soda stream changed the Pin to a flat headed one to stop people refilling their bottles themselves. I will try what you said. I used the tape when my refilling attempt failed to create a tighter fit.
Is there a tube going to the bottom so it’s putting out liquid not a gas, you need to fill the cylinder with liquid. It should be obviously labelled, if not just turn the master cylinder upside down and the liquid will come out. Try turning the valve controlling flow into the soda stream bottle on a tiny bit and see if you can get liquid into it. I think the pin can only be depressed a certain amount before it will cut out and stop your fill. How come you’ve used ptfe tape on your threads? I know this is frowned upon in welding.