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I've been looking to purchase one for a while. I've been looking at reviews and the cost to replace those damn CO2 cartridges. Anyone have any advice? Pros and cons?
BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
Why would you want to make your own soda when it is likely cheaper and definitely easier to just by soda from Pepsi/Coke/ect.?
I've done the math. It's actually a little cheaper to make your own with one of those things, you can control the fizz and flavor, easier than going to the store, etc.
Eh, if you like playing with that stuff, that's fine. I just think it would be a major pain in the ass to clean.
The whole "make your own soda" revelution is insanely idiotic IMNSHO. Coke & Pepsi have it pretty good & well figured out at this point.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
RC Cola ftw
i only have one up vote i can give you
I've been wanting one too. Would you mind posting some of your research, WPS?
This post was edited by AUBonner 17 months ago
Making your own soda?
Maybe your time would be better utilized hitting the gym to shed those pounds
My parents got one a few years ago. It makes soda way, way cheaper than buying Coke. I don't think there's any argument that it doesn't.
All soda bottling companies do is buy flavoring, add water, carbonate it and bottle it. Sodastream is the same process but you're not paying someone else to do it, and the flavorings are off-brand imitations of the same sodas. IMO it's better to just buy off-brand soda or don't buy soda at all because it's terrible for you. I don't need another machine in my kitchen. They do have a Red Bull imitation syrup that would save you a lot of money if you drink a lot of energy drinks.
No thanks. I am trying to maintain the typical Arkansas fan stereotype.
Pretty much what he said.
It cuts costs down to about .50 for a two liter.
RC at Wal-Mart is $1. Dr Pepper is around $1.69.
This post was edited by wps88 17 months ago
That extra $1 you save will probably buy you a lot of meth over time then
Is the Red Bull imitation just flavor or does it contain the caffiene and taurine as well?
It has caffeine, no taurine.
There's no reason Red Bull syrup should cost a lot. In Thailand where it originated it's a cheap drink for construction workers and truckers that costs 35 cents. Its high cost in the U.S. is a marketing coup.
Excellent. I live in Missouri.
I have a new MethStream which allows you to shake it yourself. Way cheaper than a conventional dealer.
It taste just like Red Bull. We use it for mixed drinks all the time. The Cola is terrible tho.
Everyone's a chemist these days.
The regular flavors suck because they all contain Splenda and have a horrid aftertaste.
They have an all-natural line of flavors that contain no artificial sweeteners (cola, root beer, etc). These taste WAAAY better than the traditional ones.
I also found out you can purchase RC Cola syrup by the gallon (one gallon makes six gallons of soda) and use that with the SodaStream. Boom.
It's called the Soda Fountain at the gas station down the street
72 cents for a big assed cup
they say refills aren't free but I freely refill my cup and tell em' "Come at me, bro"
El oh el
I have one on my Wedding Registry
"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
Meth heaven, IIRC
I've never seen so many gray teeth in my life.
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