Learn about how to use the Cooper Cooler and the convenience of its Chill-on-Demand technology in this video.
The Cooper Cooler™ is the fastest way to rapidly chill your warm beverages from 77°F/25°C to refrigerator cold (43°F/6°C) in the below times:
For ice cold (33°F/1°C) beverages, just double these chill times.
Save refrigerator space and get your beverages cold when you want them.
Just add ice, water, plug in, and chill.
Our process for chilling beverages is 90x faster than a refrigerator and 40x faster than a freezer without explosions or foaming.
Perfectly safe for chilling carbonated beverages without foaming over.
At the touch of a button, chill 750mL wine bottles from room temperature (77°F/25°C) to the perfect serving temperature:
Use the NO SPIN option for chilling delicate wines without worry.
Everyone has been in a situation where you suddenly do not have cold beverages to drink, whether this occurred at a party you hosted or attended or some informal get together with friends or family, or even at your favorite bar/restaurant. Now with the Cooper Cooler™ rapid beverage chilling appliance you can easily Chill-On-Demand™ warm beverages like beer, juices, nutritional/diet drinks, soda, sports drinks, water, and wine.
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Perfect for when you want a cold beer but dont have one in the fridge. Bottom Line Magazine, Nov 2003
A can of beer is cold (and not too foamy) in one minute, and wine is nicely chilled in six. Kiplinger's Magazine, April 2003
"Small wonder" Slammed Magazine, July 15, 2003
Here's the senario: a guest arrives at your house with a fine bottle of Pinot Grigio that you suddenly realize is–gasp!–room temperature. No problem. Time Magazine, November 17, 2003
While it touts itself as a social product, I prefer to think of it as a way to keep people out of your stash: imagine never having to keep your beer in the fridge where your roommates can easily prey upon it. Imagine being able to hide your booze wherever you like, imagine a world where your beer is where you left it and rendered ice-cold in a minute. Modern Drunkard, May 2004
Overall, it's practical and a lot of fun to use. Phil Barker, San Diego Source, April 11, 2005
Cool results for those hot nights Dream Homes and Condominiums, September 7, 2005
"magic" Cargo Magazine, April 2006
This icy wonder chills a bottle of wine in six minutes. People Magazine, June 6, 2006
"handy, slick looking gizmo" US Airways Magazine, November 2006
If you're longing for high tech accoutrements to enhance you wine-drinking experience, some of this stuff could just be what the sommelier ordered. Ventura County Star, June 4, 2007
"Whether you celebrate summer at the lake, on the patio or in the parking lot before a Brewer game, you'll never again need a heavy bulky cooler to keep your beverages icy cold." Milwaukee Home and Fine Living. August 2007
Seriously, I can’t believe this works as well as it does. Essential Gear Guide, June 20, 2008
"For wine lovers" Simply Wine, November 2008
Maybe Superman can leap tall buildings in a single bound but that isn't much help when dinner is ready and you forgot to put wine in the fridge. Move over Man of Steel, the Cooper Cooler can chill a can of beer in one minute and a bottle of wine in six. Campus Talk, September 2010
"I love it when a product comes across the desk here, at Unbox Therapy and it does what it claims to do. I don't care if you're into Australian beer, maybe you're looking at an energy drink, maybe it's a Rockstar, maybe you're a Mountain Dew kinda of dude; this is gonna chill it down in a minute." Unbox Therapy, July 2016
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The idea of a rapid beverage cooler was born in the summer of 1992 as Greg Loibl completed his undergraduate studies from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. To fulfill his chemical engineering masters thesis, Greg Loibl designed, built and tested a prototype device that proved a beverage in a standard 12 ounce aluminum can could be chilled from room temperature (25°C/77°F) to drinking temperature (5°C/40°F) in under 45 seconds. It takes approximately three minutes to chill a beverage in a 12 ounce bottle with Loibl’s prototype. In contrast, it takes several hours to chill a beverage in a refrigerator and an hour in a freezer. The process (The Cooper Cooling Process™) is protected under US patents No. 5,505,054, No. 6,662,574 and No. D475,895. The first patent (5,505,054) was filed in August 1994 and issued on April 9th, 1996. The inventors are Greg Loibl, and his co-advisors, Irv Brazinsky and George Sidebotham, both tenured Cooper Union faculty members.
Revolutionary Cooling Systems, Inc. was founded in October 1996 by Greg Loibl and George Sidebotham. Since then, the development of the beverage cooler has utilized many ambitious Cooper Union students. The students work on the project to earn credit towards their degree. They have made contributions in; 1) research, 2) engineering and design, 3) quality testing.
The Company’s first product utilizing The Cooper Cooling Process™ is the Cooper Cooler™, a household electric appliance. The name Cooper Cooler was chosen as a dedication to the institution and the inspiration of Peter Cooper, the founder of Cooper Union. To learn more about Cooper Union and its founder, please visit cooper.edu