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¿Ha pensado en hacer la gaseosa en su casa?

Un nuevo artefacto le permite a los usuarios hacer sus propias bebidas carbonatadas y dejar de comprar las gaseosas en tiendas y supermercados.

SodaStream es el producto que permite crear gaseosas en casa y tiene temblando a las grandes marcas de bebidas.

Se trata de un sencillo dispositivo que inyecta gas en una botella de agua a la que luego se le pueden agregar los sabores que el usuario desee. Con un costo de 79.99 dólares, unos 145.000 pesos colombianos, y botellas de saborizantes a US$4.99, unos 9.000 pesos, esta máquina permite hacer hasta 32 litros por tanque de gas.

La máquina no consume electricidad y gasificar el agua toma apenas unos segundos.

Vea cómo funciona (reseña en inglés)


Comercial que los fabricantes de bebidas cola no quieren que se vea

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