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HyperChiller Beverage Cooler V2

HyperChiller Beverage Cooler V2

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Wow 130 degrees cooler then when i put in my ice coffee, thats one cold ice cube
Would have bought, but shipping to Canada was $9.50.
DSprec
Doesn't sound unreasonable. There is a LOT of paper work involved to ship accross the border.
DSprec
Weird. Shipping to Turkey was cheaper at 8.75$
Of course no one needs this. But it’s something that serves a useful purpose.
For example, over the summer I’ve been known to keep a big glass of ice in the freezer on a semi-permenat basis.
The idea is that when I come home on a sweltering day, I’d grab my soda, hard cider, or whatever from the fridge, pour it into the already freezer-chilled and iced-up glass, and have a near ice cold beverage in a matter of minutes.
Depending on what I was drinking, the glass could get re-iced and put back in the freezer for the next round.
For doubters, having an ice cold beverage right when you want it is a great thing. Of course, no one needs that. You could just take a glass, put ice in it, and pour in your beverage.
But let me tell, you, having that glass already frozen makes a night and day difference. Starting with a room temperature glass will never get your drink as cold as using one that lives in the freezer, the ice being equal. Not even close, IMO.
I haven’t used this device yet, but it seems to shoot for the same goal, but without the water dilution of the ice.
My only question is, why can't I put my beverage into the fridge in stead of the cooler?
KettleCrooked
because it takes longer for the fridge to cool it. If you need something chilled quickly, this chiller is the ticket.
It's £20 on Amazon.
So I‘m an owner of the V1 and use it all the time. its super easy to use and clean up, etc.
In fact, the only complaints I have are with the things they seemed to have addressed in V2: threads, air hole placement, pouring. None were deal breakers, you just had to be mindful.
But now this thing looks bomb proof. Wish I could trade my old one in, but it still works!
solistca
Same, trying to justify making the purchase just to address the existing issues of the V1.
Hello Members!
There was a mix up with Hyper Chiller Beverage Cooler, V1 is not available, but the V2 version is now on offer. Those that have joined the drop will be receiving the V2 version. For more information on the V2 version please see below.
Deeper lid --> improved ease of pouring liquids into the product from bottles or carafes  Re-positioned vents ---> less chance of melted ice drip from lid vents Improved threads ---> better seal & attachment of lid / components Improved strength of lid / cup ---> improved rigidity / product feel Updated design ---> diamond facet design Improved pour spout ---> flow is more straight down vs out / arcing downward in V1 product Larger indents in stainless cups ---> easier to spot fill lines for initial assembly
I’d also like to know if there is a V2, that it’s the one being sold here.
I take it this device uses water ice as the chilling medium? That’s what I take away from the description.
I thought, perhaps, that it uses a chemical coolant encapsulated in a sealed chilling module, like the ones used by Donvier, KitchenAid, or Cuisinart home ice cream makers.
Am I right in thinking this uses regular water ice?
K.T.N
Yes, it uses frozen water to cool the liquid. But the ice Doesn’t melt into the liquid you’re trying to cool.
I too would like to know if the is the V1 or V2, thanks.
Got one last drop. It works to cool coffee but quality of container is poor. Lid cross threads too easily and doesnt hold very secure
does this thing will let me rid off ice?
Is this the original version or the V2 one? Thanks!
Do you have an American sized unit? 12.5oz is like a urine sample.
Bitvar
Haha, I was thinking the same. Based on Starbucks' standard sizes; Tall (12oz) = small, Grande (16oz) = medium, Venti (20oz) = large, you'd have to fill it twice to get a “big” coffee.
Will this work for Martinis?
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I had something like this 25 years ago. Would turn a soda into a frozen slushie in a couple minutes. I thought it was pretty cool at the time.
Does it work for carbonated drinks like soda?
Just saw this in my email and clicked over here hoping it was large enough for a bottle of white wine! By the way admins, this font on a white background is impossible to see.
I just received mine yesterday ... I don't know that it was completely frozen when I tried it the first time but it took 4-5 minutes of swirling to cool 12 oz of freshly brewed coffee to the temperature of my refrigerator. When I opened it there was almost no ice left, so you'd better get it good and cold to chill two 12 oz drinks. In any case, I love this thing already!
I own one of these, and yes it's got a fairly small capacity. It holds about 12 fl oz and is really only good to chill 2 drinks before it needs to be frozen again. I do like it for cocktails, as I can mix my drink, dilute with plain water, then chill as desired. A good rinse after use is enough for most days, and it comes apart easily enough for cleaning. I usually store it in the freezer so it's ready to go whenever I feel like it.
Too small.
just a quick important note, this gives you chilled/iced coffee, NOT cold brew coffee. They are actually different tastes and many people lean more towards one than the other. If you're a fan of cold brew coffee there are a couple of other drops for that.
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do what now?
KennethAndrews
Traditional ice coffee is vietnamese invention where hot coffee is poured over condensed milk into ice.
I own this. It works quite well though the reservoir is not that large, as ChuckDee mentioned. It takes a minute or two for the temperature of a hot coffee to get cold - it's obviously not going to be instantaneous! Personally, I do Japanese style iced coffee - pouring a hot brew over lots of ice cubes. It works for me, but if you don't want ice in your iced coffee (or whatever beverage you want) this is a good product to chill any beverage down quickly without dilution.
This seems a great way to make drinks "up" or skipping the whiskey stones used as an alternative to ice. I've tried using them in coffee/tea before but they don't drop the temperature there enough.
I got it from the Kickstarter (2 actually) and they work as advertised. The only issue I've had is trying an outsized cup of coffee as the reservoir is not that large, and the fact that they had me believing that it would go from hot to cold instantly, when actually you have to leave the liquid in the chamber for a while to go to cold. If it goes straight through, it will be lukewarm. But leave it in there for a couple of minutes, and it's more what I expected.
I won't lie. Didn't know I needed this. But now I do. Chilly Willy drinks incoming.