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Aarke II Sparkling Water Maker

Aarke is a beautifully designed stainless steel carbonator that turns normal water from any source into crisp, clean sparkling water with just the pull of a lever. For the latest edition, the Carbonator II got a slew of engineering upgrades for smoother operation, plus deluxe finishes to complement any decor. The compact machine is also a healthy alternative to soda, letting you add different fresh ingredients to flavour the water as well. To use, simply screw the included carbonation bottle in to the device, push the lever and hold it until you hear a buzz, then release it and unscrew the bottle from the machine to enjoy your fizzy drink. The good-looking kitchen assistant features a durable stainless steel enclosure, and its slim profile fits into any kitchen decor and takes up little space. Available in stainless steel, white, or matte black.



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