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Hello

 

I live close to Pattaya ..

I would like to avoid the hassle of carrying glass soda water bottles..

Has anyone tried those soda stream devices ?

How is the bubbling and soda quality ?

I imagine there are gas capsules to buy afterwards >> Is it easily available and where ?
Thanks a lot

Best regards

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Thank you but I of course did.. some people say they cannot find the spare parts (gas), some say bubbles are not enough

I would like a feed back of some people who are using it

Have a nice day

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12 minutes ago, grollies said:

Google sodastream thailand?

import of CO² carbonators is banned in Thailand as it can be used to power air guns.

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37 minutes ago, domdom said:

Thank you but I of course did.. some people say they cannot find the spare parts (gas), some say bubbles are not enough

I would like a feed back of some people who are using it

Have a nice day

Although I am not currently using one, I get the impression that the company VIZA Sodastream has the Thailand monopoly. It has one of the most useless websites ever produced, and a severe lack of choice. They do however exchange cylinders.

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1 hour ago, domdom said:

I would like to avoid the hassle of carrying glass soda water bottles..

 

If glass is the issue then Schweppes manufacturer soda water in cans. Some 7-Elevens stock them.

 

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Hello

 

nearly equally bad.. As I have a severe high condition with surgery cannot lift weight for at leadt 3 to 6 months, but thanks

Have a nice day

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I use viza sodastream. Is good for my needs. In Pattaya for exchange the co2 you have to send to them in Bangkok, and than they send you back.

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Thank you.. so it seems quite complicated as somebody said in the comments to get the gas needed

Have a nice week end

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11 hours ago, Naam said:

import of CO² carbonators is banned in Thailand as it can be used to power air guns.

See above? Apparently you can get them here.

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11 hours ago, stereolab said:

Although I am not currently using one, I get the impression that the company VIZA Sodastream has the Thailand monopoly. It has one of the most useless websites ever produced, and a severe lack of choice. They do however exchange cylinders.

and where does one purchase empty cylinders? i assume "exchange" means "filling".

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3 hours ago, grollies said:

See above? Apparently you can get them here.

one gets them "exchanged".

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On 8/23/2019 at 6:48 AM, domdom said:

Has anyone tried those soda stream devices ?

Busy with the fizzy... 

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