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Old 01-08-2011, 17:34   #31
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Re: Soda Siphon vs Twist 'n Sparkle

We also use Soda Stream and have the adapter kit and purchase CO2 in St Martin. I use the charged water when mixing with my homemade Ginger Ale as well as the syrups we get from Soda Stream. We Love It and it is our #1 itme we love for our boat. Last year we went together with a couple other cruisers and had a shipment sent to Grenada via Tropical Shipping. The reference to the individual CO2 cartiges for a singel serving sound very expensive.
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We have the twist and sparkle. One small cartridge makes 1 liter of soda. The unit is much smaller and the cartridges are readily available. We love it and use it all the time.
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Re: Soda Siphon vs Twist 'n Sparkle

Thanks so much for posting the video! I have a soda stream that I plan to bring aboard & now have some great ideas on how to "gas up"
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Re: Soda Siphon vs Twist 'n Sparkle

I love my SodaStream but if I had to choose between the Soda Siphon or Twist N Sparkle, I'd choose the Soda Siphon. The Twist N Sparkle takes a minute to carbonate. That's too long to wait.
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