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Whether you’re trying to drink more water or buying canned seltzer is becoming an expensive habit, now is the time to finally invest in a SodaStream. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: it’s hands-down the most used device in my kitchen! My daughter and I only drink water, so being able to make sparkling water whenever we want is kind of essential.
I currently have the SodaStream Aqua Fizz, but the brand just released a new device that I’m eyeing. Don’t get me wrong, my Aqua Fizz works just fine, but there are some features on the new SodaStream Terra that make it really appealing.
SodaStream Terra, $99.99
First, connecting the CO2 carbonator is a lot easier on the SodaStream Terra. Rather than having to manually screw the carbonator into the SodaStream machine, the Terra has Quick Connect tech that “easily locks the gas cylinder into place with one simple click.” This alone is reason enough for me to upgrade.
But there are other great features on the SodaStream Terra, too. Not only is the reusable plastic bottle that comes with the machine dishwasher safe, but the button you push to carbonate the water is larger and easier to push.
If I’m being honest, aesthetics are another reason I’m considering the new SodaStream Terra. This machine comes in basic black, plus three other cool colors, including white, red and an icy blue.
You can purchase the new Terra machine directly from SodaStream or on Amazon. If you’re a sparkling water lover, making this investment is a no-brainer. You can make seltzer water whenever you want it, and you’ll save a ton of money. Trust me, I know from experience.
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