Reddit Reddit reviews Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage & Wine Chiller, Silver

We found 24 Reddit comments about Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage & Wine Chiller, Silver. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage & Wine Chiller, Silver
Electric machine chills cans in 1 minute and wine bottles in 6 minutesBeverages rotate while being sprayed with ice water; also heats baby bottlesAutomatic touchpad features preset times, extra-chill setting, and add-ice indicator lightRemovable lid for long wine bottles; no-spin option; auto-off when doneMeasures approximately 16 by 10-1/2 by 8 inches; 1-year warranty; does not include adapter
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24 Reddit comments about Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage & Wine Chiller, Silver:

u/papertreeprophet · 10 pointsr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

Poorly built, but they do exist for beverages

Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage & Wine Chiller, Silver

u/bubbshalub · 7 pointsr/pcmasterrace

get yourself one of these if you dont have access to cold drinks. (it doesn't just chill wine)

u/ProphetOfBrawndo · 6 pointsr/Libertarian

New possible loophole:

  1. Buy warm beer from store

  2. Walk to store's chilling station

  3. Success!

    I don't see anything in the law saying the store can't provide a chiller for already purchased beer. Just like they provide a microwave to heat up the burrito you just bought to go with your beer...
u/Endless_Winter · 3 pointsr/askscience

You'll want something like this Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage Chiller

u/breadispain · 3 pointsr/CrazyIdeas

Like this?

Not a microwave, but...

u/TheBestGameGuy · 3 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

OP here are a few

A mug which allegedly freezes even hot drinks in 60 seconds, requires the container to be put in the freezer before hand.

RCS Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage-Chilling Appliance HC01C

This Amazon product which for a cool ba-dum-tsss £130 can chill a can, or even upto a bottle in 2 mins

Hope this helps, OP

u/Professor_LiesAlot · 2 pointsr/shutupandtakemymoney

It does require ice, water, and electricity but works on cans, bottles, and even big wine bottles.

I like gadgets and pull this thing out every time we need a bottle of wine rapid chilled. Plus it seems to be a cool party trick when I can make a room temperate beer ice cold in 60 seconds.

P.S. It doesn't make the beer all foamy like you'd think. Don't know why. I just say it's magic.

u/aritali · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

We have these If you haven't used one they fucking rule, ice cold canned drink in like 30 seconds.

u/Ticklemykelmo · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

Blast chiller, anti griddle, and the linked product all exist. Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage & Wine Chiller, Silver

The fiest two are probably too expensive to be considered “household” but the products are out there.

u/Schnutzel · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

Generating heat is a lot easier than removing heat.

There are also small machines that cool things quickly, for example.

u/digifuzz · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Not gonna lie -- I totally forgot to look...

That being said, I googled around and found a different technology that does something similar.. here is a link to a page with videos, etc.

I'll report back with the one I saw if I get around to going there soon :)

edit: here is a slower consumer-grade device I found on amazon:

edit2: also check out this cool home-made can-cooler this dude made. 30 seconds!

u/spartasucks · 1 pointr/AskReddit

There is a thing like that. Ive seen it in a store. Cools 1 beer in < 1 minute. I'll try to find it and edit in a link.


I think I saw one in Big Lots for like $20. You can achieve the same thing by filling a bowl with ice and laying a beer down on it and spinning the can with your fingers. Works surprisingly well

u/_xNova · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage & Wine Chiller, Silver

u/DaffyDuck · 1 pointr/askscience

Actually, from a fluid mechanics perspective, movement can speed up freezing. If, at the boundary, the temperature is below zero, the movement increases heat transfer. In a river, the movement near the bottom increases heat transfer from the earth into the water. In a water tower, movement along the metal structure would increase the rate of freezing if it is freezing outside. Keep in mind that, as you approach the surface, the movement speed decreases due to friction and that is what allows ice to form. As the ice grows, the surface moves but there remains a layer where the velocity approaches zero.

Edit: here is a real world example. This can chiller spins the can while spraying ice cold water on it. Spinning the can is effectively the same as spinning the water in a large water tower.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/technology

This seems a lot like a Cooper Cooler rapid beverage chiller which you can get off of Amazon for like $70.

u/turbodude69 · 1 pointr/technology

this idea has been around for years, it's not revolutionary. also, that thing looks SUPER expensive.

quick google search found this and it's already for sale.

u/galactica216 · 1 pointr/technology
u/ameoba · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

That's just 1 small part of a $2000 refrigerator. You can get something that'll do a single bottle/can for significantly less.