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Bring on the bubbles!

Now that the weather’s warmer, we’re excited to put on our sunnies, layer on sunscreen and spend time lounging by the pool. And we know hydration is key … so we’re thrilled we got our hands on the new sleek and stylish SodaStream.

Yip, this old favorite gadget is back, and in seconds, you can sip a refreshing glass of sparkling water. It takes four easy steps to make a summertime cooler of your choice too … all you need to do is fill, fizz, add flavour and enjoy! We’re so excited about the five new Pepsi varieties (think 7 Up and Mirinda). Counting the calories? They have you covered with sugar-free choices. Have some fun by mixing a few cocktails at your next pool party, and keep the kids happy with a quick snow cone or slushy … simply add crushed ice to a cup and pour a Soda Press syrup over. For a slushy consistency, add the crushed ice and syrup to a blender and give it a quick whizz.

You’ll find the SodaStream machines at Makro, Dis-Chem, Pick n Pay, Spar, Checkers and Game for around R999.

Details: sodastream.co.za

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