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Upgraded Soda Stream Adapter Hose Kit, 60in CGA320 to TR21-4 G1/2 Soda Maker Co2 Tank Direct Adapter, with External High-Pressure Stainless Steel Braided Hose, 4500psi… 60in 15.0 ounces

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Universal Adaptability: The standard CGA-320 external hose can be used in large CO2 storage tanks(including CGA-320 in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Colombia, the Philippines, etc.), and it is suitable for most soda stream soda machines and works without continuous changes.
Upgrade Design: The upgraded soda stream adapter hose kit improved air tightness, ensured safety, and had wider adaptability, it can be connected to more models CO2 tank, such as 5lb, 20lb or 50lb CO2 storage tank.
Durable Material: The 60in cga320 to tr21-4 soda stream adapter hose is made of stainless steel & solid brass, High-pressure resistance, high-temperature resistance, anti-rust, anti-corrosion, anti-aging, not easy to deform. Thicker and durable, working pressure 4500 psi.
Save Costs & Tips: This soda stream CO2 adapter kit is easy to install and remove. It connects a large CO2 tank and Soda Stream machine for instant savings in refills. Allows using a standard CGA-320 CO2 tank cylinder in most soda machines. Please close the tank every time after making soda water, just like we use natural gas for cooking, so as to ensure that the gas in the tank will not leak!
Attentive Service: CARTGET delivery, fast arrival. No matter what question you have, no matter at any time, as long as you are not satisfied, contact me by email. I will always give you the most satisfactory answer. You do not have to bear any losses.

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Date First Available: September 3, 2020. Best Sellers Rank: #114,772 in Home & Kitchen. Customer Reviews: 4.2 out of 5 stars 172 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B08HCPHBDC. Item Weight: 14.9 ounces. Package Dimensions: 8.66 x 5.75 x 1.42 inches.

Specification: Upgraded Soda Stream Adapter Hose Kit, 60in CGA320 to TR21-4 G1/2 Soda Maker Co2 Tank Direct Adapter, with External High-Pressure Stainless Steel Braided Hose, 4500psi… 60in 15.0 ounces

Weight 14.9 lbs

12 reviews for Upgraded Soda Stream Adapter Hose Kit, 60in CGA320 to TR21-4 G1/2 Soda Maker Co2 Tank Direct Adapter, with External High-Pressure Stainless Steel Braided Hose, 4500psi… 60in 15.0 ounces

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  1. The Remedy

    I was using an adapter to refill the sodastream cylinders and they were really touchy. Too much gas pressure and it wouldn’t go, you’d have to depressurize the adapter and start again. This goes straight into the sodastream machine and you go directly from the larger cylinder. I’ve got a 5lb hooked into it. Had a small gas leak at first because I didn’t use a wrench to tighten down the connection at the cylinder. Once I used the wrench, no leaks! Best investment you can make for your soda stream! Get a food grade cylinder at any beer making supply shop and save hundreds not using the stupid $15 exchange system. You have a slight upfront cost with this hose and a cylinder but after that, refilling/exchanging 5lb cylinders is cheap! I figured it cost me about $1 per sodastream cylinder refill when I was using the refill adapter. This is going to reduce cost even further. Glad I went with this and dumped the refilling nonsense. I will update my review as time goes on and if anything goes sour. UPDATE 2/8/21: The adapter was actually sucking water into the hose line after the soda stream injected c02 into the water. I corrected this with Teflon tape on the adapter that screws directly onto the sodastream. What happened was since it wasn’t sealed up fully, it created that suction effect that would cause the white injector tube to suck water back up inside. Still happy with the adapter but did have that issue that I fixed.Read more

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  2. D. LaFontaine

    This works well for connecting a 20lb CO2 tank to the Sodastream, but beware! The higher pressures from a big tank kinda overload the Sodastream, and all your CO2 will slowly leak out. At least, that’s what I *think* happened. I used this connector, and the tank – which was full of 20lbs of CO2 – was empty in a few days. This, despite using titanium thread tape on the connectors, and replacing the gaskets on the hose. So. After you fill up the Sodastream bottles FOR GOD’S SAKE SHUT OFF THE GAS FROM YOUR BIG TANK!!!! Otherwise, you’re just wasting money here. I’m open to other suggestions.Read more

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  3. parabozotics

    Not sure what’s under the stainless steel, but it leaks. A lot. All the other parts seem fine.Read more

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  4. Chad Myers

    The necessary washers were already in the appropriate locations on both ends of the hose, the remaining washers in the package were spares. No issues at all using with my Sodastream Revolution and a 5 pound CO2 tank. Make sure you turn off the CO2 tank after carbonating to minimized CO2 loss while it isn’t in use. There is no regulator, meaning the Sodastream (or your carbonation system) has to handle the full pressure coming from the CO2 tank. When the tank is full that’s typically in excess of 2,000 PSI. To minimize the stress on the Sodastream I follow a specific procedure: 1) Turn on the tank 2) Carbonate 1 or more bottles 3) Shut off the tank 4) Run a single fizz level 1 carbonation cycle with the tank off The last step doesn’t really do anything for carbonation, it is solely to reduce the pressure in the line. Even after that cycle the line is still pressurized, but not at the same high pressure that the tank typically outputs.Read more

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  5. Westiboy

    Just the highlights. I got this to connect a DrinkMate Sparkling Water and Soda Maker, to a standard 5lbs CGA320 connector CO2 canister. Took all of 5 minutes to setup and connect and it works great. No need for any additional equipment, regulators, connectors, etc. Just the Drinkmate (or Soda Stream will work too), this connector, and the CO2 canister. Also, there’s some debate about this online, I’ve had the CO2 canister screw valve open at all times. Some walkthroughs say you have to open it only when you use it, or only use the canister to refill the vendor canisters, or clear the line every time you use it. While it’s probably a good idea to clear the lines regularly, I haven’t had to do this once since I got it a week ago, haven’t lost any CO2 from the canister, and haven’t noticed anything in the taste etc. The Quick-release valve is itself the stop for the CO2, so you don’t have to have additional equipment. The side that connects to the Drinkmate is a metal (guessing steel) screw-in connector to replace the plastic one the Drinkmate comes with, then a quick-release valve, and the brass screw-on for the CO2 canister. High-quality and worth the savings for on-demand sparkling water!Read more

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  6. CrossroadsWanderer

    I’m using this to hook a CO2 tank up to my drinkmate so I don’t have to buy the overpriced little bottles. It does the job most of the time. Now and then, the connection on the side of the drinkmate will loosen. I’m not twisting it around while using it, it’s staying pretty still except for a little movement with the bottle mechanism. So my guess is the pressure going through the hose is making it want to come off. I’ve taken to reaching behind and feeling the tightness of the connection every few uses to make sure it isn’t too loose to deliver good pressure. I’m considering trying to duct tape the connector in place, though duct tape tends to leave a sticky mess if you need to remove it. Overall, I would still recommend getting a hose of this style with a seltzer maker, and this specific one is working well enough that I’d buy it again if something happened to this one (as long as it doesn’t break in the course of normal operation in the near future).Read more

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  7. The Remedy

    I was using an adapter to refill the sodastream cylinders and they were really touchy. Too much gas pressure and it wouldn’t go, you’d have to depressurize the adapter and start again. This goes straight into the sodastream machine and you go directly from the larger cylinder. I’ve got a 5lb hooked into it. Had a small gas leak at first because I didn’t use a wrench to tighten down the connection at the cylinder. Once I used the wrench, no leaks! Best investment you can make for your soda stream! Get a food grade cylinder at any beer making supply shop and save hundreds not using the stupid $15 exchange system. You have a slight upfront cost with this hose and a cylinder but after that, refilling/exchanging 5lb cylinders is cheap! I figured it cost me about $1 per sodastream cylinder refill when I was using the refill adapter. This is going to reduce cost even further. Glad I went with this and dumped the refilling nonsense. I will update my review as time goes on and if anything goes sour. UPDATE 2/8/21: The adapter was actually sucking water into the hose line after the soda stream injected c02 into the water. I corrected this with Teflon tape on the adapter that screws directly onto the sodastream. What happened was since it wasn’t sealed up fully, it created that suction effect that would cause the white injector tube to suck water back up inside. Still happy with the adapter but did have that issue that I fixed.Read more

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  8. D. LaFontaine

    This works well for connecting a 20lb CO2 tank to the Sodastream, but beware! The higher pressures from a big tank kinda overload the Sodastream, and all your CO2 will slowly leak out. At least, that’s what I *think* happened. I used this connector, and the tank – which was full of 20lbs of CO2 – was empty in a few days. This, despite using titanium thread tape on the connectors, and replacing the gaskets on the hose. So. After you fill up the Sodastream bottles FOR GOD’S SAKE SHUT OFF THE GAS FROM YOUR BIG TANK!!!! Otherwise, you’re just wasting money here. I’m open to other suggestions.Read more

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  9. parabozotics

    Not sure what’s under the stainless steel, but it leaks. A lot. All the other parts seem fine.Read more

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  10. Chad Myers

    The necessary washers were already in the appropriate locations on both ends of the hose, the remaining washers in the package were spares. No issues at all using with my Sodastream Revolution and a 5 pound CO2 tank. Make sure you turn off the CO2 tank after carbonating to minimized CO2 loss while it isn’t in use. There is no regulator, meaning the Sodastream (or your carbonation system) has to handle the full pressure coming from the CO2 tank. When the tank is full that’s typically in excess of 2,000 PSI. To minimize the stress on the Sodastream I follow a specific procedure: 1) Turn on the tank 2) Carbonate 1 or more bottles 3) Shut off the tank 4) Run a single fizz level 1 carbonation cycle with the tank off The last step doesn’t really do anything for carbonation, it is solely to reduce the pressure in the line. Even after that cycle the line is still pressurized, but not at the same high pressure that the tank typically outputs.Read more

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  11. Westiboy

    Just the highlights. I got this to connect a DrinkMate Sparkling Water and Soda Maker, to a standard 5lbs CGA320 connector CO2 canister. Took all of 5 minutes to setup and connect and it works great. No need for any additional equipment, regulators, connectors, etc. Just the Drinkmate (or Soda Stream will work too), this connector, and the CO2 canister. Also, there’s some debate about this online, I’ve had the CO2 canister screw valve open at all times. Some walkthroughs say you have to open it only when you use it, or only use the canister to refill the vendor canisters, or clear the line every time you use it. While it’s probably a good idea to clear the lines regularly, I haven’t had to do this once since I got it a week ago, haven’t lost any CO2 from the canister, and haven’t noticed anything in the taste etc. The Quick-release valve is itself the stop for the CO2, so you don’t have to have additional equipment. The side that connects to the Drinkmate is a metal (guessing steel) screw-in connector to replace the plastic one the Drinkmate comes with, then a quick-release valve, and the brass screw-on for the CO2 canister. High-quality and worth the savings for on-demand sparkling water!Read more

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  12. CrossroadsWanderer

    I’m using this to hook a CO2 tank up to my drinkmate so I don’t have to buy the overpriced little bottles. It does the job most of the time. Now and then, the connection on the side of the drinkmate will loosen. I’m not twisting it around while using it, it’s staying pretty still except for a little movement with the bottle mechanism. So my guess is the pressure going through the hose is making it want to come off. I’ve taken to reaching behind and feeling the tightness of the connection every few uses to make sure it isn’t too loose to deliver good pressure. I’m considering trying to duct tape the connector in place, though duct tape tends to leave a sticky mess if you need to remove it. Overall, I would still recommend getting a hose of this style with a seltzer maker, and this specific one is working well enough that I’d buy it again if something happened to this one (as long as it doesn’t break in the course of normal operation in the near future).Read more

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