I can’t be the only person who was thrilled to save money buy purchasing the at-home soda creation product SodaStream, right? Well if you’re in my boat and are still loving your homemade soda, I’m sure you’re not loving the replacement CO2 costs. That’s what stopped me from continuing to invest in my soda machine, and I really do miss the great taste and experience. SodaMod developed a refill adapter that can help you cut the costs of the SodaStream brand refill canisters, and it’s a one time investment that can save you on average $25 per CO2 refill.
The SodaMod Adapter transforms standard Paintball CO2 tanks into working SodaStream CO2 tanks. It’s as easy as screwing the brass adapter onto the tank and placing it into your soda machine. If you hesitated after reading brass, rest assured that they use lab tested “lead free” brass in their product. It’s a more expensive material because it is designed to meet the limit for safe consumption of drinking water in California. Ultimately, the added cost of the material in a one time purchase of an adapter lets you continue to save more money over time when buying additional CO2. For added assurance, this adapter has no seals to leak and no parts to wear out over time. Plus, it is made in the United States.
Get your “lead free” brass adapter and allen key for minor adjustments from SodaMod today! You can also check out their tanks, combo packages, and spare parts. They can even tell you what size standard Paintball CO2 canister will fit your model of SodaStream. Start actually saving money by spending on average $3-$5 per CO2 refill tank rather than the $20-$30 for the SodaStream brand tanks.
Now dig out that SodaStream and give this time and money saver a try! You can order your SodaMod Adapter on Amazon and start saving money today!
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