Chill Puck: Keep Beer Colder, Longer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

There’s nothing worse than sipping on a warm beer. Product inventor Curt Peters believes he has solved this age old problem once and for all with the introduction of his Chill Puck.

This can-cooling device attaches to the bottom of any can (meaning it will work with your favorite soda too) keeping your beverage cold for a better drinking experience. It’s actually two pieces that make up the device. You have the actual Chill Puck, which is an ice pack, that molds to the Chill Band, which is the piece you see. The Chill Puck is available in your choice of chill green, cold gray and cool white, while the bands themselves can be customized with your favorite team’s logo, or any color you’d like. Support the project now on Kickstarter.

Chill Puck (2)

Chill Puck (1)

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