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Due to lockdowns, SodaStream Australia is offering free delivery on ALL orders for a limited time at their website.

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  • +10 votes

    Sodastream are running a sale

    Code / discount / spend

    BRONZE / 10% / <$150
    SILVER / 15% / $150-199
    GOLD / 20% / >$200

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      Cheers

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      Guessing this has now expired as didn't work for me.

  • +10 votes

    At the extortionate prices they charge they could afford to offer free delivery every day of every year.

  • +3 votes

    BRING BACK DR PETE!

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      Was it a Dr Pepper rip off? I love Dr Pepper…

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      Been trying to find dr pete syrup in aus for the last couple months without any luck :(

  • +5 votes

    Given that almost all their products are available in retailers, for cheaper, free shipping still doesnt make it a good deal.

    eg. the Sodastream X Pepsi are $7 on their website, $5.6 at Coles.

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    The bottle cleaner is quite handy. I got it a few years back in a pack that included an ice tray and some cleaning tablets (neither of which I have used).

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      Are you referring to this?https://sodastream.com.au/products/bottle-brush

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    Thanks, got some stainless steel bottles and a brush.

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    I haven't used any flavouring yet - just natural sparkling. Are any of the flavours good?

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      Cottees Orange Crush is the best.

      • +2 votes

        I don't know why you were down voted but I agree with you, many cordials taste better than the official flavours.

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          and much cheaper…

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        Cottees

        Only problem with this is they changed the strength. Before it was perfect to make up a 1L bottle. I switched over to Diet Rite flavours, where the Apple Blackcurrant is my favourite.

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          I'll have to try it.. thanks.

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            @jv: It's also cheaper than Cottees, although rarely goes on sale.

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      I usually stick to sparking water too, but Pepsi Max is pretty good, 90% the same.

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    I feel like I shouldn't have to wash sodastream bottles. All I do is put water in, pour water out - basically what I would do to clean it anyway. I guess if you use the flavours.
    Do the more expensive machines do anything different or better? Or does it basically press the button for me?

    • +1 vote

      I think those who need to wash it with a brush etc are the ones who are syrup directly to the bottle.

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    Anyone know why bottles have an expiry date?

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      Apparently it's because bottles get weaker and need to be replaced due to the 'wear and tear from constant carbonation'. Something about the plastic losing it's elasticity over time so it'll eventually crack. Most people still use it after the expiry date but general advice is to watch for cracks/discoloration because an expired/stressed bottle could explode. It also covers them legally with the expiry date.

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    Any bargains ???

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    If you drink fizzy water then the machines lower your plastic-environment contribution and make fizzy water cheaper for you. Win-win.

    You can also refill the 400g cylinders yourself to make the fizzy water much cheaper (for me about $4 per 400g refill vs $19 retail but I have a small CO2 bottle, it might be cheaper again if you had a bigger one).

    The older style (screw bottle in to refill) dispensers seem to be more effective to me (as in, they seem to fizz more bottles per 400g cylinder). But they are more effort to use.

  • +1 vote

    A conversion kit suits these best to enable much cheaper gas refills, it's about $100 upfront for an adapter and larger gas cylinder but worth it.

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      Would you then have to keep that larger gas cylinder on your countertop?

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        I keep my Soda Stream and Soda King in the pantry, but if you keep it on the bench, yes.

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    PEPSI10 gives 10% of Pepsi flavours, first order only perhaps.

  • +1 vote

    Anyone tried filling their SS cylinder with dry ice?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-a3pISQLQg

  • +8 votes

    Sodastream owned in Israel.
    SodaKing owned in Australia.

    • +1 vote

      But the seals on the caps are crap

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        Bottle caps? We have 3 sodaking water bottles, all on their side in the fridge, usually 1 is fizzed. Had them over almost 2 years now. Use 2-3 a week.

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          Bought my SodaKing bottles from big W but 6 months later they leak and sometimes the rubber seal falls out. Originals laster about 2 to 3 years. So just ordered 2 new caps from Sodastream.

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            @payless69: Do you use flavouring? We have only ever used plain, filtered water.

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              @grasspun: I use only perfectly filtered water with a membrane and 3 other filters. The last original Sodastream Maker had a plastic retaining nut blown apart just out of warranty. All up I had about 6 new makers but now I use a red second hand one. Half litre bottles give more optimized fizz.

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                @payless69: My mate uses the half litre too but I could not be bothered doing two fizzes just to fill two glasses!

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      BDS?

  • +1 vote

    https://www.kegland.com.au/kegging/gas-tanks-and-accessories...

    We go through a lot of soda water in our house.
    6kg bottle $100
    Adapter $20
    2 small capsules/bottles $40

    There is some up front cost but refilling the 6kg off memory is ~$50 which means refilling a standard sized bottle/capsule costs less than $5. You pay off the kit by the time you refill it.

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      I have the original CO2Doctor adapter that these guys used to sell, and then copied. I don't bother trying to refill the gas cylinders as we go through a lot as well. I have the 6kg tank hooked directly up to my Sodastream.

      Back then (~2014) I paid around $130 for the adapter, and about $250 for the bottle.

      If you drink a lot of fizzy drink (we are in Australia after all!) then it's well worth getting this type of set-up. If the 6kg bottle is too bulky, there's a 2.3kg version, which is slightly more expensive per kg to buy and refill, but may be better suited to your kitchen.

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        I had an original CO2Doctor hose as well but found it was leaking, very dangerous if that means your room will fill with CO2. It might be worth double-checking that it is air tight just to be on the safe side.

        CO2Doctor were supposed to send me two replacements, but only sent one and then went broke before I got the second one. I never saw the second one or my money again, so I don't have a huge problem that these other retailers are selling their own versions of the concept.

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          very dangerous if that means your room will fill with CO2

          It would have to leak in one night to be of any real concern.

          I remember 1 company advising not to use the 6kg bottle in case it leaked. They weren't selling them at the time though. That advice was removed when they had 6kg bottles.

          and then went broke

          That will happen when you don't make sales because everyone is ripping you off … I suppose.

          I got my cable(s) through Keg King.

          My first cable developed a leak very early on. I was turning the bottle off after each use, and was told this may have contributed. They replaced it.

          I had an incident where a bottle only did 1/3rd of what it ought to have, so I took the bottle and machine to where I get refilled, and they said it might have been the thread tape I had put on, and told me not to use it. I offered to pay half the refilling cost. Never had that issue again.

          I have an occasional thing where I'll get bubbles coming out the nozzle, but it's usually a bubble every couple of seconds, and doesn't last long.

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            @photonbuddy: I tested it before fitting the hose and noticed bubbles coming out where once of the hose ends was crimped.

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    I just don't know how people drink sparking water.

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      It's like water but fizzy

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      If you do not drink CO2 the planet will warm up!!

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      You just put the liquid in a container, open your mouth and tip it in, then swallow

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    Wonder if they're gonna ship this anytime soon

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      Just came - I guess they don't do tracking numbers.
      Got a small pepsi max sample too, cute.

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