Frequently asked questions
There’s a huge difference between the two products and have completely different purposes. A cream charger is filled with Nitrous oxide for whipping cream and a soda charger is filled with carbon dioxide and used for carbonating water to make fizzy drinks. While they may look the same they contain a completely different gas, designed for two specific roles.
Yes! If misused it can and has killed people. In 2017, five people died in a direct cause of inhaling nitrous oxide.(Source)
The law varies around the world, so do your own research. Generally, as long as you are over the age of 18 and are only using whipped cream chargers for cullerty purposes, it is totally legal to own them.
No. The TSA (US Transport security Administration) do not allow passengers to bring compressed gases onto aircraft unless it is oxygen for medical purposes. This includes both carry on and check in baggage.