Ahh sparkling water. You either love it or you hate it. If you're firmly in the 'love it' camp, this is an Amazon Prime Day deal for you – but act fast, this deal is already selling out fast.
The SodaStream Spirit Sparkling Water Maker has had a big reduction of 32%, saving you a total of £32 and bringing you a fantastic at-home sparkling water maker for only £67.99 – that's less than you'd spend on a night out for a lifetime (maybe) of fizzy goodness.
Sodastream Spirit sparkling water maker:
£99.99 now £67.99
All the sparkling water you could ever want, bottled and made at home. Save 32% on this DIY drinks maker thanks to an Amazon Prime Day promotional offer.
This sparkling water maker from Sodastream may not be the most advanced out there, but it's simple-to-use, slim and stylish enough for any kitchen and produces sparkling water in no time.
It's a convenient way to add some fizz to your water, but it's also a great way to cut down on single use plastics – no more buying water out and about. Instead you just fill the maker with regular still water, press a button to carbonate it and seconds later it's all done.
This device comes with a 60 litre CO2 aluminium gas carbonator, which means you can make up to 60 litres of sparkling drinks and then exchange the bottle when it's empty too.
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