It’s lit

Your drink will be the life of the party. These liquid-activated light-up cubes turn on as soon as they hit your drink—then turn off when your glass is empty. Whether you’re organizing a party, event, or using them for everyday amusement, Glo Drinks are professional entertainers. Made from food-safe, BPA-free plastic, they smoothly cycle through 9 different colors for up to eight hours, without any switches, knobs, or buttons. Glo Drinks started off as a college project. Mississippi Makers Hagan & Kylie, wanted to create a tea that would glow, and invented a way to keep a light on under water. We’re happy they did. Now, you can liven up a party with just liquid and this.

Glo Drinks

Liquid Activated Drink Cubes

It’s lit

Your drink will be the life of the party. These liquid-activated light-up cubes turn on as soon as they hit your drink—then turn off when your glass is empty. Whether you’re organizing a party, event, or using them for everyday amusement, Glo Drinks are professional entertainers. Made from food-safe, BPA-free plastic, they smoothly cycle through 9 different colors for up to eight hours, without any switches, knobs, or buttons. Glo Drinks started off as a college project. Mississippi Makers Hagan & Kylie, wanted to create a tea that would glow, and invented a way to keep a light on under water. We’re happy they did. Now, you can liven up a party with just liquid and this.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Hagan
    Hagan

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Glo Drinks to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Michelle
    Michelle
    9/20/2017 10:44 AM

    Are they an actual "ice cube" and keep the drink cold or are they just for decoration/conversation piece

  • Hagan
    Hagan – Special Guest
    9/20/2017 11:09 AM

    @Michelle Hi Michelle, thanks for reaching out! Very good question. We had early models that DID get cold, but restaurants and customers didn't like having to put them in the freezer before using them, so we made this lower cost version that is a reusable light. We recommend putting Glo in the glass first, followed by ice and then the liquid. So, we say Glo is cool but isn't cold. :)

  • priya
    priya
    9/20/2017 11:01 AM

    Is the price really $9.95 for one cube which cannot be used with the light feature after 6 hours?

  • Hagan
    Hagan – Special Guest
    9/20/2017 11:06 AM

    @priya Thanks for your question! No, there's 4 reusable cubes per pack. I'll see if we can make this more clear.

  • Joann
    Joann
    9/20/2017 11:43 AM

    How many of these do you actually get for $9.95 - and where are these made? Are these to be put into the freezer? Not really wanting to put something made in China that lights up in anything people consume, since there's no way of knowing exactly what's in it.

  • Hagan
    Hagan – Special Guest
    9/20/2017 12:03 PM

    @Joann Hi Joann, thanks for reaching out. Very good questions. You get four reusable cubes per order. We had early models that DID get cold, but restaurants and customers didn't like having to put them in the freezer before using them, so we made this lower cost version that is a reusable light but doesn't get cold. We recommend putting Glo in the glass first, followed by ice and then the liquid. So, we say Glo is cool but isn't cold. :)

    These are made in China, sent to our facility in Starkville, MS where they are packaged and inspected by members of our community. We have the highest USA certifications on the product overall, they're BPA and phthalate free as well. We've sold 600,000 without issues and hope to earn your business as well. All of our testing is done in the USA.

    Best,

    Hagan

  • Linda
    Linda
    9/20/2017 1:39 PM

    @Hagan These would also be fun for drinks at a kid's party for lemonade.

  • Hagan
    Hagan – Special Guest
    9/20/2017 1:55 PM

    @Linda You're exactly right! Kids love them too.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Glo Drinks

Liquid Activated Drink Cubes

It’s lit

Your drink will be the life of the party. These liquid-activated light-up cubes turn on as soon as they hit your drink—then turn off when your glass is empty.

Whether you’re organizing a party, event, or using them for everyday amusement, Glo Drinks are professional entertainers. Made from food-safe, BPA-free plastic, they
smoothly cycle through 9 different colors for up to eight hours, without any switches, knobs, or buttons.

Glo Drinks started off as a college project. Mississippi Makers Hagan & Kylie, wanted to create a tea that would glow, and invented a way to keep a light on under water.

We’re happy they did. Now, you can liven up a party with just liquid and this.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Hagan
    Hagan

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Glo Drinks to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Michelle
    Michelle
    9/20/2017 10:44 AM

    Are they an actual "ice cube" and keep the drink cold or are they just for decoration/conversation piece

  • Hagan
    Hagan – Special Guest
    9/20/2017 11:09 AM

    @Michelle Hi Michelle, thanks for reaching out! Very good question. We had early models that DID get cold, but restaurants and customers didn't like having to put them in the freezer before using them, so we made this lower cost version that is a reusable light. We recommend putting Glo in the glass first, followed by ice and then the liquid. So, we say Glo is cool but isn't cold. :)

  • priya
    priya
    9/20/2017 11:01 AM

    Is the price really $9.95 for one cube which cannot be used with the light feature after 6 hours?

  • Hagan
    Hagan – Special Guest
    9/20/2017 11:06 AM

    @priya Thanks for your question! No, there's 4 reusable cubes per pack. I'll see if we can make this more clear.

  • Joann
    Joann
    9/20/2017 11:43 AM

    How many of these do you actually get for $9.95 - and where are these made? Are these to be put into the freezer? Not really wanting to put something made in China that lights up in anything people consume, since there's no way of knowing exactly what's in it.

  • Hagan
    Hagan – Special Guest
    9/20/2017 12:03 PM

    @Joann Hi Joann, thanks for reaching out. Very good questions. You get four reusable cubes per order. We had early models that DID get cold, but restaurants and customers didn't like having to put them in the freezer before using them, so we made this lower cost version that is a reusable light but doesn't get cold. We recommend putting Glo in the glass first, followed by ice and then the liquid. So, we say Glo is cool but isn't cold. :)

    These are made in China, sent to our facility in Starkville, MS where they are packaged and inspected by members of our community. We have the highest USA certifications on the product overall, they're BPA and phthalate free as well. We've sold 600,000 without issues and hope to earn your business as well. All of our testing is done in the USA.

    Best,

    Hagan

  • Linda
    Linda
    9/20/2017 1:39 PM

    @Hagan These would also be fun for drinks at a kid's party for lemonade.

  • Hagan
    Hagan – Special Guest
    9/20/2017 1:55 PM

    @Linda You're exactly right! Kids love them too.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.