In 1903 London, George Gilby invented a contraption that could turn still water bubbly. Unfortunately, his design was so large and elaborate, only the wealthy could afford it. Today’s SodaStream is sleek and affordable. With a touch of a button you can turn flat water effervescent. Add any of the company’s flavored syrups (regular and diet) and you’ve got homemade soda or seltzer water at a fraction of the cost of store brands (and without high fructose corn syrup). Our bundle includes the Jet soda maker; a refillable CO2 carbonator canister; flavor packs; and two BPA-free carbonating bottles, so there are no bottles or cans to recycle.
We heard about SodaStream from a friend of Jules, Omar Khudari, whose family loves seltzer water but not the environmental impact of all the commercial production and transport. SodaStream is a great way to save time and money and reduce your carbon footprint. There are no batteries, no electricity and no clean-up. No laughing matter.