eCool Underground Beer Cooler

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We tend to think that the refrigerator we currently have in our kitchen is the best way to keep our beers cold, but for some, fridges are not an option. Whether you’re living off-the-grid, living environmentally conscious, or you just think this is one badass contraption, the eCool Underground Beer Cooler is a great way to keep your booze at an optimum drinking temperature.

The device may look like something delivered from outer space, but it’s actually quite simple. The eCool stores your beers underground, taking advantage of the natural lower temperatures, and when you crank the mechanism up top, out comes a cold one. Like we said, we love our fridges, but storing 24 canned beers in the dirt sounds like a pretty awesome idea to us. [Purchase]

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