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Beoordeeld in Nederland op 24 april 2022
I bought It during a sale, otherwise I'd never bought It I think because of the price. Also because my Sodastream Crystal already broke after using It 3 times. So that weigh in to as well.
They are quite expensive and It doesn't come with a CO2 canister included.

But, the design is original and works well within many design oriented kitchens I'm sure. We chose the copper one. In real life It's a bit more pink than in the photos, but my wife liked It, so It stayed. It's well built. Too bad they don't make more matte effect style ones, because I find these way too shiny. It gives It a bit more cheap look, because It looks so much like those fake plastic copper styles.

Then the functional part. It's far from user-friendly The Sodastream was much more easy to use. Just put It in the container, close It, press the button. Smooth, never an issue. Other than the terrible plastic build quality which made It break down after 3 uses.

This Aarke uses a screw mechanism that Is quite hard to secure. It's very easy to twist the bottle on crooked / skewed. It's just not a very intuitive way to do this. Also, their odd size and screw pattern means you can only use "special" Aarke bottles only. Which wouldn't be so bad If It also meant a unique and better way to use It, but It doesn't. It hurts the product. Also the bottles are plastic and can't go in the dishwasher, where the Sodastream Crystal had glass bottles. The handle to carbonate also has nothing user friendly or a way to get a bit more controlled way to get the right amount of bubbles.

We don't use It often. It's mostly to have bubble water in the rare cases we need It to save buying plastic bottles or using half bottles and then having to throw them away. It's mostly for cocktails anyway. So the design then weighs in quite heavily as well, next to the environmental reasoning.

So, we are keeping It. We'll see about the durability of both the plastic bottles and the Carbonator. It all looks solid. Just in terms of usability It leaves a lot to be desired.
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