What's the difference with this and the classic :/
The more presses you pump the more fizz ya get. The more presses you use the less times the canister lasts for :/
I got a price match on the curry’s deal from John Lewis :-)
Been 44.99 at Currys for a week. https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/small-kitchen-appliances/food-and-drink-preparation/juicers-and-blenders/sodastream-genesis-sparkling-water-maker-10201576-pdt.html
What is this like. Is the water properly fizzy or just a slight fizz
Posted 15th Sep 2020Posted 15th Sep 2020
Sodastream - 12 gas cylinders (a year's supply), delivered to your door. Free delivery and returns £109.88£109.88 Free P&P Free
Think this may have expired. Not working for me unfortunately.
Thanks for sharing the code. It worked for me and I just placed my order. It works out at 109.88 pounds for 12 cylinders, 9.16 pounds per cylinder. There is no cheaper option of which I'd be aware. Thanks again!
No you can't rollover any unused cylinders to the next year unfortunately. taken from terms and conditions: "3.10. Any rights to CO2 Gas refills or exchanges and any other rights existing under your Plan at the end of each Subscription Period will not accumulate to the next Subscription Period during the Term."
That is a really good question and there is no answer to it within the FAQ so I suggest you contact Support using the form as found here - https://support.sodastream.com/hc/en-gb
Can you use it over longer than a year I. E perhaps over 16-18 months? Im not sure I could get through a canister a month. Thanks for posting OP. Worth considering this deal now The Range refill had gone up to £14 a pop.
worked on the Sparkle Savers Plan taking it down from £119.88 to £109.99 for twelve bottles. So £9.16 each and they actually ship you four bottles at a time so you never have to find a local gas swap over shop which for us is 15 mins away. Obviously this is not going to suit everyone and I get the idea of filling with a bigger tank yourself but this makes it plug and play and v. convenient
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.
Posted 4th Apr 2020Posted 4th Apr 2020
SodaStream Genesis Sparkling Water Maker £49.99 @ Soda stream£49.99£51.994% off
Stay Hydrated Make ice cold, fresh sparkling water just the way you like in seconds. Taste the Extraordinary Create healthy, delicious soft drinks, cocktails and more. Save t… Read more
Thanks for this, OP! I’ve bought one. Completely accept all the comments about cost, they’re fair. We do get through about six litres of sparkling water each week, though - yes, the cost is a factor but the amount of plastic we get through because of it: wow. This is a deal that won’t be for everyone, but it’s a good saving. It’s also exactly what I was waiting for, so thank you for drawing it to my attention.
so you need to spend even more money, ain’t cheap
thanks, just bought 2 of them to gift friends. Have one for about an year and its amazing :) If you want this turned out cheap you need to buy own CO2 tank :) be smart!
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£73 would buy you 769 litres of fizzy water from Aldi !