How To Choose a Sparkling Water Dispenser

 How To Choose a Sparkling Water Dispenser

Anyone who doesn’t enjoy fizzy soda water may be excused for assuming that these devices are just a gimmick. But the reverse is true since a home sparkling water dispenser should be a no-brainer in terms of sustainability for those who do.


By turning tap water into sparkling at the push of a button, these cordless countertop devices eliminate the need for plastic bottles and the hassle of transporting them home. Instead, you can quickly add fizz to homemade elderflower cordial, a mojito pitcher, or even your favourite bottle of wine to make it more appealing.


The best models are narrow, do not further dominate space and have an architectural flare that contributes to the character of your kitchen. In addition, models are built to contain a 60L CO2 canister, which may make them the tallest in your work area. The cost of these makers ranges from £50 to £200. Usually, but not always, the price includes the unit, one CO2 canister, and one supplemental bottle.


As a leading brand in the sparkling water maker industry, SodaStream also provides a refilling service that allows customers to send empty cylinders back for sterilisation, re-testing, and refilling. As a result, most people now adhere to it as the standard. Due to the unusual inclusion of glass bottles, we tested the SodaStream Crystal (£149.99) in this category. However, we found the body to be huge and heavy compared to others, indicating the available variety.


Although its operation is straightforward, a sparkling water maker’s quality is undoubtedly influenced by its user experience. Some are more effective than others, while others may be louder than you’d like for an open-plan living. Some allow you to control the level of carbonation, while others can require you to load and unload the gas canister with a screwdriver.


To provide you with our tried-and-true recommendations for the best sparkling water makers money can buy, our reviews specialists put a carefully curated selection of sparkling water makers to the test and assess them according to standardised criteria. The final results took into account everything, from the maker’s efficiency to the mouthfeel of the soda produced.


Findings from a sparkling water maker

CO2 canister was present: Current import laws can prevent a canister from being sent along with the sparkling water maker if you buy from a brand sold abroad. It’s important to remember this.


How many BPA-free bottles are present? The majority will include a one-litre bottle with a maximum 850ml fill capacity in the packaging. However, other companies, such as Aarke and Mysoda, provide two, making life simpler for pre-chilling people, who want some on the move, or who have families.


The bottles’ “use-by” date is: Gas regulator valves must be adjusted to about 55 PSI to carbonate water, necessitating pressure-resistant bottles. Most will last for two years before they need to be changed.


Easily removable base: Gas canisters should screw in and be simple to remove afterwards. Some manufacturers feature detachable bases that must be released using a screwdriver.


What distinguishes sparkling water from soda water?

Sparkling mineral water is naturally carbonated spring water with various minerals, giving it a flavour all its own.

Club soda is made of mineral salts added after adding CO2 to carbonate the water.


Seltzer is plain, mineral-free carbonated water.


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