Guests arriving unexpectedly, chill up to six cans or one bottle of wine in just minutes with this rapid cooler. All that's required is a tray or two of ice cubes, some water, the beverage containers, and a push of a button. A can of pop or beer chills from room temperature to 43 degree F in just one minute; the extra-chill setting takes it right down to 34 degrees F. A bottle of wine (the machine lid removes for extra-long bottles) chills in just six minutes. Beverage containers rotate horizontally while being bathed by a jet of ice water, a process that is 40 times faster than chilling beverages in a freezer, and carbonated drinks won't explode or fizz upon opening. To warm drinks, such as a bottle of baby formula, simply add hot water instead of ice. The Cooper Cooler, invented by a chemical engineering student, includes other handy features such as preset time buttons on the touchpad, a no-spin option, add-ice indicator light, and automatic-off when done. Non-slip feet keep the machine firmly in place.
- Beverages rotate while being sprayed with ice water
- Electric machine chills cans in 1 minute and wine bottles in 6 minutes
- Removable lid for long wine bottles
- Automatic touchpad features preset times, extra-chill setting, and add-ice indicator light
- No-spin option
- Auto-off when done
- Also heats baby bottles