SodaStream Soda Maker

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Kohls.com has SodaStream Genesis Home Soda Maker for $99.99 (price shown in the bag) which drops to $89.99 with code HOMESALE10.  Add code CELEBRATE and it drops to $76.46. Plus, there mail-in this rebate for $20 Cash Back and get $10 Kohl's Cash bringing your net price to $46.49! Shipping is free, however there is a $5 shipping surcharge. This beats Kohl's Black Friday price by $14 and is the lowest net price ever seen for this model! Choose from black and red while supplies last. Sales tax is charged in most states

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SodaStream Soda Maker (15.50kB)
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Above is the reason I purchased the now defunked brand Primo. Primo uses the large 24oz CO2, which I get refill at Spor... (more)

neverl8 (Feb. 08, 2014 @ 3:02p) |

Can you use the Primo maker with 1 little Soda Streams bottle?  Do you need to buy any special adapter to refill the CO2... (more)

kenwallet (Feb. 08, 2014 @ 3:11p) |

As never18 mentioned, I also bought a Primo several months ago at Big Lots.  They had several on their shelves then so y... (more)

bighitter (Feb. 09, 2014 @ 1:32a) |

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Wonder if this deal (if available) can be done in the store to avoid the $5 surcharge. I doubt that the kiosk would void the surcharge...

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FYI - A little bit of caution here, Soda Stream is having financial issues this last year. Good product, poorly run company.

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jschuman said:   FYI - A little bit of caution here, Soda Stream is having financial issues this last year. Good product, poorly run company.
  Bad press from an international boycott isn't helping them one bit.

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The coupons are online only not sure B&M will honor it...you can try...

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If they include a free Scarlett Johannsen, I'm in!

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Great deal

Product Features:

Customizable carbonation level offers personalization.
Automatic gas release mechanism gets rid of excess gas.
Easy-to-clean drip tray adds convenience.
Slim design fits perfectly on most countertops.

What's Included:

Two 1-liter carbonating bottles with lids
60-liter carbonator
12-ct. sodamix flavor sampler

Product Care:

Manufacturer's 10-year limited warranty

Product Details:

Model numbers:
Black: 1017512018
Red: 1017512019

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jschuman said:   FYI - A little bit of caution here, Soda Stream is having financial issues this last year. Good product, poorly run company.
  Engaging in war crimes by making the product in occupied territories kind of does that.

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BradMajors said:   
jschuman said:   FYI - A little bit of caution here, Soda Stream is having financial issues this last year. Good product, poorly run company.
  Engaging in war crimes by making the product in occupied territories kind of does that.

  War crimes in occupied territories? Giving Palestinians jobs is a crime? So perhaps its better then that Soda Stream's current employees had no jobs?  Do you not purchase Taiwanese or Chinese made goods too Brad..after all, China says that land belongs to them?  This is a deal section.  Kindly save the political commentary for elsewhere.

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A friend received one of these as a retirement gift and loves it.

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can i use the machine to make soda milk?
instead of putting water to make soda, how about milk soda?

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Is there ways to make soda from like raw materials with is thing aka ginger root to make a ginger ale or do you have to buy their fills.

It used to be nice when people would keep their political views to themselves and not keep a bumper sticker on their car for who they voted for in 1988.  We don't care

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wvubeerman said:   Is there ways to make soda from like raw materials with is thing aka ginger root to make a ginger ale or do you have to buy their fills.

It used to be nice when people would keep their political views to themselves and not keep a bumper sticker on their car for who they voted for in 1988.  We don't care

  There are other options.  You can buy syrups from other companies like Pittsburgh Soda Company or you can find plenty of syrup recipes online.

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wvubeerman said:   Is there ways to make soda from like raw materials with is thing aka ginger root to make a ginger ale or do you have to buy their fills.


 

  As stated previously you can get pre-made syrups from many sources.

Recently I've been making mine from packets of unsweetened Kool-Aid. Pretty good and lots of flavors!
1 cup sugar, 1/2 cup water, packet of Kool-Aid.
Boil the water & sugar to dissolve the sugar. Remove from heat, add the kool-aid packet, stir, cool, put in a storage container. Add 3 or 4 oz of this syrup to a liter of carbonated water.
 

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Just ordered one online.  I saw no mention of the $20 rebate.  Anyone know how to get the rebate?

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catfan64 said:   Just ordered one online.  I saw no mention of the $20 rebate.  Anyone know how to get the rebate?
  are we sure there's a mail in rebate?  There was one that expired Dec. 31, 2013.  I looked for a new one last week (for another deal) and didn't find one.  Asked if there was a new one out and no one answered.

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my4mainecoons said:   
catfan64 said:   Just ordered one online.  I saw no mention of the $20 rebate.  Anyone know how to get the rebate?
  are we sure there's a mail in rebate?  There was one that expired Dec. 31, 2013.  I looked for a new one last week (for another deal) and didn't find one.  Asked if there was a new one out and no one answered.

  I just found it.  Go to the Kohls site, and type in "rebate" in the search box.  It brings up multiple items that there are rebates for.  The Soda Stream rebate is valid from 12-18-13 to 2-28-14.   Must be postmarked by 3-28-14

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how do I get the Kohls cash if I didn't already spend money to receive it.  I want to use that towards the purchase, I never buy crap from khols, lol.  I guess I could go buy something for $200 get the cash and then just return it after they charged my card?

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For anyone who has one, is it worth it?
At the end of the day does it save any money, or are you better off purchasing 2 liter bottles?

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After your initial purchase of a home soda maker package, you'll enjoy seltzer and sparkling water in reusable 1-liter PET bottle for just $.25 per liter and flavored sodas for about $.25 per can, before any applicable shipping charges.  Penguin and Crystal machine users will pay just $.40 per liter of premium sparkling water and as little as $.82 per liter of fresh gourmet soda. (Note to Penguin and Crystal lovers: Each glass carafe holds about 2/3 of a liter.) When applicable -- and depending on location and order size -- shipping from sodastream.com adds $.03 to $.06 per liter.  

It's a neat novelty.  I'm spending a lot less on soda since having one, though I think a good portion of that is "oh, I have a Soda Stream at home, I shouldn't buy any" rather than actually drinking SS soda instead.

You can only carbonate water, but after you do, you can add anything you want.  I've made my own with packets of Crystal Light, but because of the carbonation, you'll have to add some extra sweetener to mixes designed for flat water unless you like your drinks pretty sour.  (My roommate loved it, I could only tolerate it.)  Even the sugary colas only have 35 calories/8oz thanks to being sweetened partially with Splenda.  There is a Naturals line with cane sugar if you avoid artificial sweeteners, but I think they're more expensive.  The SS brand mixes aren't the closest off-brand match I've tasted, but definitely drinkable.

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I have one and love it, but I recommend factoring in the cost of a Paintball tank ($25) and a paintball tank adapter from sodamod.com or eBay ($30-$60).

Sodastram makes most of their profit from their outrageously overpriced CO2 refills. I just ordered the adapter and a tank and this will bring the cost of refilling my CO2 tank from about $10-$15 per 60L to about $2-$3 per 60L. I've been going through a tank every 4-5 weeks so this will pay for itself in 5-6 months.

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SecondGunman said:   
wvubeerman said:   Is there ways to make soda from like raw materials with is thing aka ginger root to make a ginger ale or do you have to buy their fills.

It used to be nice when people would keep their political views to themselves and not keep a bumper sticker on their car for who they voted for in 1988.  We don't care

  There are other options.  You can buy syrups from other companies like Pittsburgh Soda Company or you can find plenty of syrup recipes online.

  
Pittsburgh Soda Company, are you kidding me with their prices??? A 20oz bottle of Syrup is about $6-$7. Each 20oz bottle makes 4 liters of soda...so that's $1.50-$1.75 per LITER of soda. What a rip off. I wait till Kohls has a 30% off and free shipping coupon and buy it then. Much better price. Then I use the Kohls cash to buy more the following week and it's an even better deal. I just bought 14 bottles for around $52 last month. Each bottle makes 12 liters of soda, which works out to be about $0.31 per liter. Much more reasonable. 

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Is the price went up $139?

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wvubeerman said:   Is there ways to make soda from like raw materials with is thing aka ginger root to make a ginger ale or do you have to buy their fills.

It used to be nice when people would keep their political views to themselves and not keep a bumper sticker on their car for who they voted for in 1988.  We don't care

Since the empowered consumer these days is told to vote with their dollars (rather than actually making a fuss)...I think it is quite relevant to at least mention where the product is made. I for one would have had second thoughts on purchasing if they accurately labeled its origin to "made in the occupied west bank" instead of "made in israel."

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Anybody getting this error when trying to add the Genesis to the Bag/Cart?

Some information is missing or invalid below.
Sku or Product not available.

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This is a terrible product. It doesn't make good tasting soda, and the novelty wears off fast. We had one at work that was free with all the stuff to make soda with it, but no one used it because of how terrible it was. Save your money.

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Whats the deal? I used to have a spritzer bottle you screwed co2 cartridges in to make seltzer. Buy your own syrup and make your own soda chocolate/vanilla eggcreams. I worked in a soda shop when I was a kid. Cherry/lime rickey, cherry coke. Fox's U-Bet chocolate syrup. My mother would give us coke syrup when we were sick. Um, wheres the damn spritzer bottle and cartridges.....or just buy bottles of seltzer at the store.  Pour in some whole milk, hold spoon just  above milk, pour seltzer on spoon to create foam {eggcream} , pour chocolate syrup into center of foam, stir gently till you have white foam on top like a beer with a chocolate bottom. Drop a scoop of vanilla icecream in and make a float.

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It was $99 in the morning. Now it is $111+. Anyway isn't the WalMart deal better now $79 but previously $59 for the higher model "fizz" compared to Kohls genesis model.?

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It's working again. Thanks, OP

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Thank you.

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WEEKEND15 will also stack with HOMESALE10
15 % off ends Feb 9

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jesuscakes said:   This is a terrible product. It doesn't make good tasting soda, and the novelty wears off fast. We had one at work that was free with all the stuff to make soda with it, but no one used it because of how terrible it was. Save your money.
  All it does is carbonate water.  If you don't like the syrups they sell, you can buy others or make your own.

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http://www.popsci.com/diy/article/2012-06/how-make-your-own-home...

More expensive up front but much much cheaper in the long run and you can carbonate anything you want. I had a Sodastream and the long term economics was terrible.

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I have one of the bigger Soda Streams that can take either the 130 or 60 liter carbonators. The key to saving any money with the thing is not buying carbonators from Soda Stream. I puchased a kit that included 2 X 24oz Paintball tanks and 1 adapter from CO2 Doctor off eBay that cost me $71 shipped. Had the tanks filled at Dicks Sporting goods for $3 something if memory serves and was ready the moment the 130 liter carbonator (and it gives no where near 130 liters) died.

My total cost for the Soda Stream Mega and the CO2 setup was under $150, including what I spent for a Pur water pitcher (chlorine will destroy the taste). While I was able to find some flavors on sale at Best Buy during the holiday season at $3.99 for most, I normally pay $4.99 at WalMart for the Coke Zero substitute flavor that makes 12 liters.

Bottom line is that most of the flavors are good. None are better than name brands that you can get from the store, but most are close. For me having an endless supply of soda on demand and no more 2 liter bottles to dispose of makes cost savings just an added benefit.

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Soda Stream don't recommend to use with any juice. I still have the serup provided by Soda Streams in a sealed package.

I used with all juice. The best one is apple juice. It turns regular apple juice into sparkling cider. You need to deep clean the Soda Streams maker cap, because all the bubble squirted upward and it trapped some juice up there.
You can also carbonate the grape juice, cranberry, and orange juice as well.
Highly recommend you should follow WeekenAvenger and use the Paintball tank to supply your CO2. It's 90% cost saving when refill your CO2.

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Above is the reason I purchased the now defunked brand Primo. Primo uses the large 24oz CO2, which I get refill at Sports Authority for $3+, which is way way way cheaper than the exchange model Soda Stream wants you to do. Yes, I could of use the "kit" to transform the SS but don't need to with the Primo as its ready to use. Closeout price is about $40 for the Primos if you can find it.

Good luck.

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 Can you use the Primo maker with 1 little Soda Streams bottle?  Do you need to buy any special adapter to refill the CO2?

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neverl8 said:   Above is the reason I purchased the now defunked brand Primo. Primo uses the large 24oz CO2, which I get refill at Sports Authority for $3+, which is way way way cheaper than the exchange model Soda Stream wants you to do. Yes, I could of use the "kit" to transform the SS but don't need to with the Primo as its ready to use. Closeout price is about $40 for the Primos if you can find it.

Good luck.

As never18 mentioned, I also bought a Primo several months ago at Big Lots.  They had several on their shelves then so you might get lucky and find one at Big Lots.  Mine came with two adapters the one for Primo and the other one for Soda Stream.  I haven't tried the Soda Stream canister adapter, though.  Tuesday Morning, another store that carries closeouts,  also had some of the Primo's several months ago at the same time as Big Lots.

I don't drink Coke so can't answer the question about soda taste, however it does make reasonable decent seltzer (although I haven't been able to get it as bubbly as you can buy in the store).  I found that I must use very cold water and 3 presses spaced a minute or so apart to get an acceptable level of carbonation.

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