The Aarke Sparkling Water Maker

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Focused on minimalism and function.

Believing that household appliances should match furniture and home accessories in terms of design, Swedish brand Aarke created a stylish sparkling water maker one would proudly display in a modern kitchen. The name of the brand comes from Southern Sami, a language spoken by around 500 people who live in northern Sweden. The word means “everyday” and embodies the company’s mission to design premium quality products that enhance daily living. Stylish and sleek, the Aarke Sparkling Water Maker boasts clean lines and a minimalist aesthetic. As the world’s first all-metal homemade soda water system, it provides a refined as well as durable alternative to plastic products.

Compact and slender, the unit fits into any space with ease. It also comes with not one, but three independent safety valves. A lever allows the user to carbonate water and release the pressure from the water bottle at the same time. Made of polished stainless steel, the Aarke Sparkling Water Maker will stand the test of time. It will also look good while doing so. The product is compatible with US and Europe standard gas cylinders which have been approved for use with carbonators. A BPA free PET water bottle is also included. Available in silver gray and black on the Swedish brand’s official website, this sparkling homemade soda water maker costs around $250. Buy here.

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