|The following is based on Fallout Shelter and some details might contradict canon.|
The Nuka-Cola bottler provides food and water for the vault when dwellers are assigned to it. It is the only Tier III resource production room in the game and also the only one that provides two types of resources at once.
The bottler's resource output is identical to those of its Tier II predecessors - the garden and the water purification facility, respectively - which enables it to replace both of them with no loss in productivity while freeing up to six dwellers for reassignment to other tasks. This is counterbalanced by the bottler's immense building costs as well as its reliance on dwellers with high Endurance in order to work efficiently.
Food and water productionEdit
To increase the speed at which food and water is produced, place dwellers with better Endurance in this room.
As the number of dwellers in the vault increases, the demand for both water and food increases. If food supply runs low, dwellers will start to lose health. If water supply runs low, dwellers will start to become irradiated.
The Nuka-Cola bottler, like other rooms, gains a production bonus from being connected to another of the same type and level. The room will gain a +1 production bonus for each connected room. Upgrade costs will be 25% cheaper for a double room and about 34% cheaper when upgrading a triple room vs upgrading 3 single rooms.
|Single Room||Double Room||Triple Room|
|Nuka-Cola bottler Output||10||22||35|
|Nuka-Cola bottler Storage||50||100||150|
|Nuka-Cola station Cost||7500||11250||15000|
|Nuka-Cola station Output||12||27||46|
|Nuka-Cola station Storage||75||150||225|
|Nuka-Cola plant Cost||22500||33750||45000|
|Nuka-Cola plant Output||15||33||55|
|Nuka-Cola plant Storage||100||200||300|