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Add Elegance to Your Kitchen with Drinkmate

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. - eTradeWire -- If you're picky about choosing the right home carbonator, Drinkmate is the only home carbonator that allows you to carbonate any beverage without dilution!

The switch to the Drinkmate OmniFizz is a no brainer:

1.     Powered by food grade CO2 gas

2.     A great way to avoid excess sugary beverages and harmful chemicals

3.     Safe, quick and easy to operate

4.     Able to help you reduce plastic waste with our easy CO2 Exchange Program

5.     A money saver

6.     An easy way to carbonate any drink, even cocktails without dilution!

Learn more about the elegance Drinkmate can bring to any kitchen or bar here (https://idrinkproducts.com/blogs/news/add-elega...)!

Drinkmate is ready to turn you into a raving fan! Ready to buy the Drinkmate OmniFizz – a sparkling water machine for you or a loved one? Order a Drinkmate soda water maker today! You'll love the extra carbonation in your life!

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About Drinkmate: Drinkmate has been a pioneer in developing high-quality, innovative home and portable carbonation systems for years. In that timeframe, their team has developed numerous patents, helping drive innovation in the carbonation industry. Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the company serves as the global headquarters for the Drinkmate brand. The Drinkmate is the world's first home carbonator that allows for sparkling almost anything in the fridge. Ranked as "the Kitchen of Tomorrow" by NBC's Today Show, Drinkmate allows consumers to add fizz, flavor and fun to all their favorite drinks. A recent addition to the lineup is the portable DrinkMate instaFizz, which was designed to offer dual water-drinking functionality. It can be used as both a personal still and reusable carbonated water bottle.  For more information, please visit http://drinkmate.us/ (https://idrinkproducts.com/).

Kevin Young

Source: Drinkmate Inc.
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