Make your own fizzy drinks with the Genesis Soda Maker System! This would make a fun addition to anyones kitchen, and a fantastic gift for those who enjoy a bit of kitchen creativity!
The Genesis soda maker is based on modern slim-line design which looks beautiful in any kitchen, and is a great choice for small kitchens.
Among the Genesis features are:
Help reduce the effect on the environment by using tap water and creating an exciting range of sparkling soft drinks in your own home. Its fun for you, your family and friends and kind to the planet too. The Stream Drinks Maker is based on a classic design and includes a 60 litre aluminium gas cylinder and a carbonating bottle.
From the Manufacturer
SodaStream Genesis Drinksmaker
The SodaStream Drinksmaker turns ordinary tap water into sparkling water and soda in seconds. These drinks are not only fun to make but better value for money and better for you.
The Genesis Drinksmaker has been created with a stylish kitchen in mind, with its slim-fit, space saving design. Genesis comes in 2 colour options that will suit any kitchen: grey and white.
2 Year Warranty
Every SodaStream Drinksmaker comes with a two year manufacturer's warranty.
No SodaStream Drinksmaker is complete without a range of flavours to quench your thirst. Choose from over 25 specially formulated mixes from traditional flavours such as Cherry, Cola & Ginger Beer, to 'better for your' flavours. Make it the way you love it, more or less bubbles, more or less sugar, it’s your choice!
Up to 70% less sugar and carbs
Our flavours contain up to 70% less sugar and carbs compared to pre-packaged soft drinks. Please see the nutritional labels on the back of the bottles for more details.
Value for money
Our flavour bottles will make you up to 12 litres of fresh soda, equal to 33 cans!
Each SodaStream Drinksmaker comes with a 60Litre Aluminium Gas Cylinder. This will make you up to 60Litres of your favourite fizzy drinks.
How long does it last?
On average this gas cylinder will last you around 3 months*.(*varies depending on drinks consumption)
Where can I exchange my gas cylinder?
You can exchange you old has cylinder in any ASDA store. All you need to do is take your empty gas cylinder into store, pick up a new gas cylinder from the kitchenware aisle and take it to the till, where they will take back your empty cylinder and only charge you for the gas refill. Which saves you £10 versus buying a new spare cylinder. However if you want to make sure you never run out, pick up a spare gas cylinder to have at home.
By opting to use a SodaStream it is estimated you will save the environment from around 1,000 bottles and cans every year, so you can help rid the world of plastic bottles.
There are a number of indications that show that the cylinder is empty:
• When you press the carbonating button you will not see any gas going into your bottle of water.
• Even after repeated presses you don't reach the 'buzzing' sound.
• The carbonating button may stay down.
• The cylinder splutters showing that you have reached the end of the gas in the cylinder.
Please note: We recommend that you keep a spare cylinder in the cupboard so that when the cylinder runs out you simply swap the cylinders and keep making sparkling water, and return the empty cylinder as you order your next gas refill.
How should the cylinder be stored?
The cylinders contain CO2. Compressed gas has a tendency to expand when it is exposed to a source of heat for prolonged periods of time. Therefore the cylinder must not be exposed to sources of heat such as travel in a hot car, or placed right next a heat source such as an oven, stove or fireplace. It is important to always store the cylinder in a cool and dry environment. Each cylinder is fitted with a unique safety valve, which will safely release the gas in the unlikely event the pressure in the cylinder rises.
Should I hear a low hissing noise from my drinksmaker during carbonation?
A slight hissing of gas may be heard when the drinks maker is under pressure. This is quite normal, and the noise should stop after carbonation when the bottle is tilted and the pressure is released.
When I attach a new cylinder, should gas leak after I have screwed the cylinder to the drinksmaker?
There may be a pressure leak between the cylinder holder and the cylinder valve. Screw the cylinder tighter into its holder. If this does not help, remove the cylinder immediately and check if the rubber head washer is in place. If it is missing or has slipped out of place, replace it. You'll find one spare washer (a small black rubber ring) at the back of your drinks maker or you may obtain one from our Customer Care Team on 0845 601 0093.
|Product Includes||1 x Machine, 1 x Bottle, 1 x Gas|
|Capacity||Makes upto 60 litres|
|Material||Plastic / Metal|