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A Design-Worthy SodaStream?

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A Design-Worthy SodaStream?

Julie Carlson March 22, 2013

I confess: I've been slow to convert to the SodaStream (unlike Remodelista Sarah, who virtuously carbonates her own water). I have limited kitchen counter space—plus, until now, I've been put off by the design. Has Yves Behar solved the aesthetics issue with the SodaStream Source?

In his design for the SodaStream Source, the French-born, SF-based product designer aimed to "create a simple and beautiful object for the kitchen while keeping 21st century values." It's certainly an improvement over the company's previous designs (take a look at Sarah's model here). Do you agree? Is it time to take the plunge?

Above: The SodaStream Source is $149.95 from Amazon and is available in four metallic finishes: white, black, red, and blue.

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