|Product Dimensions||43.18 x 22.23 x 14.61 cm; 113.4 Grams|
|Item Weight||113 g|
Jokari Soda Dispenser
|Price:||+ $8.11 Delivery|
- Soda dispenser
- Easy push button operation
- Keeps the fizz, resulting in more soda to drink
- Saves time and money
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Soda dispenser. Screws on. Keeps the fizz, resulting in more soda to drink. Saves time and money. Easy push button operation. Patented straw design. Easy clean up, simply run under water. Made in China.
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- They do what they’re supposed to do: dispense your carbonated beverage without making the bottle go flat. You can’t escape the laws of physics, though - as you dispense, you’re still depleting the CO2 in the bottle. Far less than removing the cap each time you pour a drink, but there is definitely a noticeable difference between the first glass and the last.
- the handle lets me dispense right from the door of the fridge, something the kids like too.
- as long as you don’t overtighten the dispenser, I get no leakage over the course of a few days, the longest a 2L bottle ever lasts around my house
- the hose that draws from the bottle will eventually fall off into your bottle. The hose naturally gets curvy, as you have to screw the dispenser onto the bottle, and this makes it especially difficult to extract from the bottle. Since I reuse the same 2L bottles for my seltzer, I’m reluctant to cut the bottle and just get another.
- it takes a good amount of practice to get the right installation torque. Too much, and you compress the rubber washer into your bottle, and it leaks. Too little, and the seal isn’t enough to stop leaks. Once you get the knack, it’s fine.
- you can’t dispense more than about 16oz of beverage at a time before you’ve exhausted the pressure in the bottle. Again, physics. You can shake the bottle to release more CO2 from the liquid, but only enough for a few ounces at a time. This makes it impractical for use when a bunch of people want to dispense at the same time, like at dinner time, for example. My workaround is to have two bottles set up at a time, and that handles the need for four people. YMMV.
If you’re into making your own gourmet sodas on a budget, these are far more practical than a sodastream or isi-type carbonator. With lots of $, I’d think about springing for a bar-style machine. In the meantime, I’m very happy with this solution along with homemade and Monin syrups.