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The Soda Club Edition 1 soda maker came with everything we needed to get started: Soda machine, carbonation canister, 2 bottles and caps, and instruction book+DVD.

The soda machine was light weight and looked pretty easy to set up.  The CO2 canister screws into the valve in the back of the unit.  The bottles had a "Water Fill Line" clearly marked.  The bottle screws into the connector at the front of the machine.

The package came with a fully charged CO2 canister.  The canisters are "on loan" ...not sold to the user.  When it is empty, they need to be sent back for an exchange o recharged by an authorized center.  One canister is supposed to be good for 110 bottles... so one should last for a while! 

We also got some extras (bottle with stainless steel top and bottom, various flavor syrups) with our package.  We are going to try them all out and let you know how they compare with the ready-made version.

UPDATE: We had the annual RainyDayMagazine "SausageFest" cookout this past weekend.  A lot of folks got to try out the Edition 1 soda making machine.  We will be posting our FirstUse impressions this week!


Soda Club

Edition 1

By Wan Chi Lau

At RainyDayMagazine, some of us love fizzy water.  Some like the favored stuff.  Once in a while we all want a Diet Coke.

Our problem is we usually don't have something for everybody because we only shop when we run out.

Well, this new machine RainyDayKitchen got from Soda Club may just change all that!

The Edition 1 was designed to make fizzy water and flavored carbonated drinks, a liter at a time, at the push of a button!  Expensive?  Well, after the initial cost... about 25 cents/bottle :-)

The best part? You can design your own flavors!!!


1. First Look

2. First Use

3. In The Wild Report


Review Summary:

Initial Impression- Easy to use

Usability- Soda in 3 minutes!

Durability- test in progress

Price- $100-$150

NOTE: You can order the Edition One here.  Please let them know you read about it in RainyDayKitchen :-)

Photography by Wan Chi Lau
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