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Home Depot has the SodaStream 1012111016 Jet Home Soda Maker Starter Set (Red) for $80 - 20% off with coupon code HDKITCHEN20 - $25 rebate [Exp 12/31] = $39 with free shipping. Goes for $80+ elsewhere. Provides an endless supply of sparkling water or soda without any electricity.
$79 Retail: $100

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    tshrimp Ben's cred: 11
    Posted 9:15 am PST 12/23/13

    I don't have this version, but I use mine all the time. Makes great sodas. You can make a strong or or weak as you want, and experiment with different flavors or mixes.

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    007 Ben's cred: 12
    Posted 10:11 am PST 12/23/13

    $80 - 20% = $64 - $25 rebate = $39. Plus tax on the $64 for most. Net cost in my state would be $43.

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    ZooB Ben's cred: 5
    Posted 10:56 am PST 12/23/13

    DAYUM. That is a GREAT price. I have a slightly different one, but LOVE this thing.

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    MrWrigley Ben's cred: 62
    Posted 1:03 pm PST 12/23/13

    Uses proprietary CO2, so you'll have to get expensive refills at Bed Bath and Beyond.

    If you're considering this, consider the Primo Flavorstation. Same thing but uses refillable CO2 cartridges.

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    boss_hogg Ben's cred: 64
    Posted 7:53 pm PST 12/23/13

    these things are so damn stupid. You end up with soda that costs more than comparable 2 liter bottles and you have to do the work of making and packaging it yourself. You know what they say about a fool and their money I guess.

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    bcsc79 Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 11:14 pm PST 12/23/13

    boss_hogg wrote:
    these things are so damn stupid. You end up with soda that costs more than comparable 2 liter bottles and you have to do the work of making and packaging it yourself. You know what they say about a fool and their money I guess.


    Not true. we've had ours for a little over a year so I'm replying with some experience. With this system you can make soda as sweet or as carbonated as you want which on its own is better and worth more to us than store-bought junk.

    I use mine mostly just to make carbonated water with a few drops of lemon or lime, my girlfriend uses it to make sodas of her own recipes. It runs us $10/mo for unlimited carbonated water. I was spending $12/week alone on lime-flavored carbonated water from Trader Joes before it.

    Sometimes we do use the Sodastream syrups. I actually happen to like a few of their syrups alternatives more than the brand name commercial products. The orange and cola flavors are my personal favorites, but we've really been trying to stay away from products with modified sugars (hfcs, inverts) and artificial colors. Typically, when we do make sweetened sodas, we either use very little syrup or come up with our own flavors that don't even use the SS syrup mixes at all. My gf has really mastered this art and she's always finding something new to make. Not only are we saving money, we're making healthier soda too.

    Bottom line, these things are really awesome and while we've had it long enough to go through phases of using it a little and a lot, we don't regret buying it.

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    vision33r Ben's cred: 24
    Posted 11:56 pm PST 12/23/13

    I use a custom CO2 bottle that fits and my refills only cost me $4 each time that last weeks or 2month. Saves me more than buying 2liter sodas and I don't overload on the syrup.

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    ptcmini Ben's cred: 64
    Posted 5:08 am PST 12/24/13

    Legitimate question: our municipal water quality is horrible. I drink bottled water and would presume that it would be a bad idea to purchase this.

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    jim5k Ben's cred: 33
    Posted 5:36 am PST 12/24/13

    I make my own "soda" with seltzer & juice.

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    Solow Ben's cred: 532
    Posted 11:40 am PST 12/24/13

    ptcmini wrote:
    Legitimate question: our municipal water quality is horrible. I drink bottled water and would presume that it would be a bad idea to purchase this.


    Any water-using appliance will last longer if you use filtered water.

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    bigedmus Ben's cred: 9
    Posted 6:57 am PST 12/25/13

    Can you use toilet water? My dog drinks out of the toilet and he likes soda.

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