Like many college students, Trevor Abbott and Ty Parker used to cool warm beer cans by putting them on ice. It didn't take long for these two mechanical engineering majors to wonder if spinning the cans in the ice, a process known as convection, would cool things down faster. Not only does Spin Chill work, it cools beverages at a rate 20 times quicker than an ice bath. And, because Spin Chill rotates without shaking, the cans don't overflow when openend.
Designed in Gainesville, Florida, Spin Chill uses 4 AA batteries for hands-free operation and is small enough to fit in a pocket or purse for an ice cold drink whenever, wherever.