@haydesigner Yeah, the bubbles are bigger in fountain soda. You can’t get the same in a can or from a SodaStream or whatever. My preference for specifically McDonald’s fountain soda is based on my belief that they have ice-cold filtered water, wider-than-average straws, corporate standards for pressure and mix settings, and (because of dealing in volume) absolutely fresh Coke syrup straight from the company. I just think it tastes better than anywhere else.
WTF? So you open up a bunch of beers shove a tube and it sucks it out of the beers? Am I seeing this correctly? So what happens after you crack these beers open any pour beer every half an hour by the time you get this thing empty your beers gonna be flat and warm? Wow I might even get one of these
@bugger@kostia it actually says “stimulate” and theoretically it could work. Though it looks like it runs off 3 AAs so I’m highly skeptical. Also, doesn’t matter how strong the sound waves are if the beer is already flat. Ain’t no more bubbles coming outta that
Almost as many people BO(ugh)T a $200 IRK as this contraption so far. You’re gonna have to use all the $5 coupons for something.
As for me, missed the one at midnight (9pm PDT) by 20 minutes, wasn’t getting up at 5am to try to score one then, and by the time I checked the site again it was sold out at $65. Far too rich for my blood, but hopefully over-drafted a few cheaters’ bank accounts.
This is, and I don’t say this lightly, possibly the dumbest product that I’ve seen. Not just on Meh. I mean, anywhere. And I’ve seen, and purchased, some extremely stupid products. But this one is a real head-scratcher
So you put the cans in, then add ice. The cans last for 3 minutes (we drink fast). You throw out the empties, and now the ice covers the bottom. So now you have to throw out the ice to fit new cans… rinse - repeat.
I think this is better for ketchup, mustard, mayo, and sauce at a BBQ picnic. You get them all at the same time.