The Snapchiller Turns Hot Drinks Into Icy Beverages In Seconds

Jul 8, 2019

Category: Tech

Summer is in full effect with the sun trying to set the world on fire during days with clear blue skies — so trying to beat the heat with a cool beverage is highly recommended. Thankfully, the Elemental Beverage Snapchiller is here to keep your glass filled with icy versions of your favorite drinks.

What the Snapchiller does is make hot 180°+ beverages cold almost instantly at a rate of 12 ounces per minute. The device utilizes patent-pending Snapchill Technology to deliver cold temperatures from 50° to below freezing — allowing you to experiment with various temperatures with different beverages, like coffee. By using a stainless steel evaporator coil and mixer within the central chamber, the Snapchiller can chill or freeze beverages uniformly without the need for ice, chemicals, dilution, or additives. And it has a sleek, compact design, making it perfect for bars, cafés, and your kitchen. You can pre-order this revolutionary beverage-cooling machine today for $6,000.

Purchase: $6,000

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