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PETERBOROUGH

[Costco] SodaStream Power - $124.99

The SodaStream Power sparkling water maker is being sold at Costco in Peterborough for much less than the similarly equipped SodaStream Fizzi One Touch at $179.99.
The SodaStream Power is $199.99 at SodaStream.ca
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Anyone know the item # for this so I can call Costco store to see if they have inventory?
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abrahamdick wrote: The SodaStream Power sparkling water maker is being sold at Costco in Peterborough for much less than the similarly equipped SodaStream Fizzi One Touch at $179.99.
The SodaStream Power is $199.99 at SodaStream.ca
I prefer to use Kefir grains for my fizzi drinks. Different process and product, also cheaper. I did consider similar products as SodaStream but I don't find them cost effective.
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4eversnow wrote: Anyone know the item # for this so I can call Costco store to see if they have inventory?
Costco Product Number: 1272765
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Apr 13, 2010
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If you're the DIY type who prefers function over form, consider getting a CarbaCap and building your own rig. It's more powerful, works with any beverage, not just water, and is much cheaper to refill. Here are a couple of links to get you started, including more detail about why you'd go this route:
https://www.seriouseats.com/2014/06/pro ... ement.html
https://jeffreymorgenthaler.com/how-to- ... ation-rig/
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Korin25 wrote: I prefer to use Kefir grains for my fizzi drinks. Different process and product, also cheaper. I did consider similar products as SodaStream but I don't find them cost effective.
That's really cool! I didn't know about this. Thank you for sharing! Where did you get your kefir grains from?
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I forgot to mention that if you're the trashy type, imagine how it'll look when you pour fizzy box wine for your visitors out of a 2L pop bottle. No Sodastream can give you that.
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S1 wrote: I forgot to mention that if you're the trashy type, imagine how it'll look when you pour fizzy box wine for your visitors out of a 2L pop bottle. No Sodastream can give you that.
Probably not as trashy as your comment.
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kathkath wrote: That's really cool! I didn't know about this. Thank you for sharing! Where did you get your kefir grains from?
Ordered from amazon.ca. I found it a bit pricey for what it is and did not feel like trying with local natural stores since I would have to call around and arrange cub pickup.
Made by Happy Gut Pro, BC Canada company.

https://happygutpro.com/
https://happygutpro.com/brew/

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07JR5MWKQ/ref ... E_3p_dp_i1
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frostiex wrote: But I refill my own co2 to save for the long run
Any tips on how you refill your own CO2?
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frostiex wrote: I personally splurge for my drink station. Everyone comments how nice it looks :p
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07GG2BNV3/ref ... VEbPGPNSW5

But I refill my own co2 to save for the long run
I use my soda stream daily and love it. That one you have is really nice. How do you refill your own carbonators? Dry ice? If so where do you get if from?
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mike330 wrote:
Any tips on how you refill your own CO2?
WeeB2 wrote: I use my soda stream daily and love it. That one you have is really nice. How do you refill your own carbonators? Dry ice? If so where do you get if from?
I use a 20LB CO2 Canister. My cousin works for Pepsi and she just gets that refilled for me for free. However, you can refill yourself @ many different places for about $35-50. It will refill 20 of your soda stream CO2 (my aarke uses the same CO2 canister as sodastream)
I paid $30 on ebay for a refill adapter.

Similar to this: https://www.ebay.ca/itm/392241741903?ha ... SwcOJbaqEd

I have 4 canisters I paid $10 each on kijiji. Once I am on the last one, I empty them out and put them in the freezer overnight.
Place your 20LB canister at a higher level than your sodastream canister and SLOWLY open the adapter and fill (you will hear it and don't go too fast as the safety valve will kick in and you will have to empty and redo). takes about 5 mins each.
You can place your sodastream conister on a scale and zero it out before the filling the begin and stop at about 1LBS (size of the sodastream ones)
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frostiex wrote: I use a 20LB CO2 Canister. My cousin works for Pepsi and she just gets that refilled for me for free. However, you can refill yourself @ many different places for about $35-50. It will refill 20 of your soda stream CO2 (my aarke uses the same CO2 canister as sodastream)
I paid $30 on ebay for a refill adapter.

Similar to this: https://www.ebay.ca/itm/392241741903?ha ... SwcOJbaqEd

I have 4 canisters I paid $10 each on kijiji. Once I am on the last one, I empty them out and put them in the freezer overnight.
Place your 20LB canister at a higher level than your sodastream canister and SLOWLY open the adapter and fill (you will hear it and don't go too fast as the safety valve will kick in and you will have to empty and redo). takes about 5 mins each.
You can place your sodastream conister on a scale and zero it out before the filling the begin and stop at about 1LBS (size of the sodastream ones)
I do this, and I have the SS Power, there is one problem, but can be solved. The pressure for whatever reason from the tanks is a lot higher than the standard 1lb tanks from sodastream. This causes the mechanism inside to not actuate. the solution is to open the tank very marginally at the start, then 1/2 way through the tank can you release the full pressure.

if you are doing the sodamod route, the manual activated sodastream machines work far better, less tinkering,

I love my power tho.



WOW they cheapened the power model significantly. The previous models had a very sexy and sleek brushed aluminum outer housing with the sources forehead.
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frostiex wrote: I use a 20LB CO2 Canister. My cousin works for Pepsi and she just gets that refilled for me for free. However, you can refill yourself @ many different places for about $35-50. It will refill 20 of your soda stream CO2 (my aarke uses the same CO2 canister as sodastream)
I paid $30 on ebay for a refill adapter.

Similar to this: https://www.ebay.ca/itm/392241741903?ha ... SwcOJbaqEd

I have 4 canisters I paid $10 each on kijiji. Once I am on the last one, I empty them out and put them in the freezer overnight.
Place your 20LB canister at a higher level than your sodastream canister and SLOWLY open the adapter and fill (you will hear it and don't go too fast as the safety valve will kick in and you will have to empty and redo). takes about 5 mins each.
You can place your sodastream conister on a scale and zero it out before the filling the begin and stop at about 1LBS (size of the sodastream ones)
I was at defalco yesterday to pickup some 1 gallon glass jar to make more kombucha and for storage, noticed that they had a sign with the prices to fill co2 canister. 15LB is 35.99, 10LB is 29.99, also has prices for 2.5LB and 5LB. Either-way, the prices seem reasonable compared to what I saw for the soda-stream. So if you can get an adapter or just setup your own system, the co2 does not appear to be that expensive and it is available at brew your own beer stores.

Here is an interesting article for anyone that wants to start a new hobby or get serious:
https://www.seriouseats.com/2014/06/pro ... ement.html
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Does anyone know where I can find this? I've stopped by multiple Costcos in the GTA without any luck.
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Thanks OP. This was perfect timing as was looking for one. There were only 5 left in Ottawa and just at the Barrhaven store.

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