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Can I use my C2O chargers from my whipped cream dispenser interchangeably in my Fizzini?

They look and weigh identical but are 80% cheaper...

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SOURCE: Will not spin fast enough to whip cream

Do you have more than one size beaters, if you do use the smalest ones that will rase the rpm DFD

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