Sodastream Bulk Fill Adapter

  • Item #Z50
  • Price: $24.99
  • Part #KL07160
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This adapter lets you fill SodastreamĀ® C02 tanks with any 5 pound or larger C02 tank with a standard GCA340 valve (like the type used in draft beer systems). Save a lot of money compared with buying small Sodastream cylinders.

Note that newer Sodastream cylinders have an valve that makes it harder to refill them as shown in the picture above. To see more about this on the video below, skip to 4:50 in the video. They must be filled very slowly to avoid having the gas pressure shut off the valve.

NOTE: You must have internet access in order to access the video directions to safely use this product, so do not order this product if internet access is not available where the product is to be used (video directions are below).

Please click HERE for important filling instructions. Safety glasses must be worn during Sodastream filling.

Average rating 10 out of 10 ( based on 2 reviews )


Review by Meredith on 8/23/2020

This little thing works a treat to refill my sodastream tanks from a large CO2 tank from my local homebrew store. Happy to see extra washers included, too. Will save me a lot of money! Don't waste your time with the complicated refill rigs, this will do the job. Just weigh as you go.

Works well, get the right tank

Review by Rebecca on 9/25/2020

This works well but definitely watch the video for instructions. They are not kidding in the video about needing to fill the tank slowly lest you trip the valve! Also, in the video they use a smaller tank and turn it upside down. We went to Airgas and got a 20 lb tank with a siphon (a tube inside the tank) - getting one with a siphon means you don't have to physically turn it upside down. Nice to be able to get the bigger tank and not have to worry about that. Shipping was fast - good customer service.

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Oct 20, 2019 by Adrian

Q: Am I correct that this would be very difficult to use with a 20 lb CO2 cylinder, since it would have to be held upside down?

A: Yes, it would be difficult due to the weight of 20 lb. cylinder.

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