Sleek and stylish, the home soda maker is a countertop appliance about the size of a coffee maker that transforms water into fresh, fizzy seltzer/sparkling water at the push of a button. Soda makers operate without batteries, electricity or plumbing, so they are simple to use in a kitchen and great for bringing along on a boat, RV or to a second home. Making seltzer and soda takes just seconds and requires no clean-up.
A reusable, one-liter carbonating bottle is filled with water and screwed into the machine fitting. A CO2 carbonator, housed inside the soda maker, adds carbonation at the touch of a button – as much or as little as the consumer prefers. After carbonating the water, the soda drinker simply adds a capful from one of over 25 soda mix flavors to make his or her favorite, great-tasting soda.
SodaStream seltzer/sparkling water has several advantages over store-bought.
First, the carbonation can be customized.
Secondly, seltzer/sparkling water made with a SodaStream machine contains no sodium, unlike many store-bought brands.
A SodaStream household will save as much as 50% over store-bought seltzer/sparkling water.
SodaStream sodas are a sensible alternative to store-bought sodas. SodaStream’s regular sodamix flavors have 2/3 less sugar, calories, carbs and sodium than regular store-bought soda. Diet flavors are of course sugar-free, contain less sodium than store-bought diet flavors and contain no aspartame – all diet flavors are sweetened with Splenda® brand sweetener.
And finally, soda and seltzer households will save money with SodaStream. Seltzer starts at just 17 cents per liter; soda starts at just 42 cents per liter. SodaStream even offers an Energy Drink sodamix that consumers can make for about 25 cents per serving (compared to $1.99 per serving in the store.)
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