October 9, 2005

Light Up Your Liquor With Litecubes

LitecubesIt's happened to all of us before...you set down your drink at a crowded party, and the next thing you know it's lost in a sea drink doppelgangers. You never have to wander around, holding drinks up to the light to figure out which one is yours again with the Litecube, a dazzling invention that will turn your booze into a beacon from the inside. Here's what we found out about these glowing ice cubes:

Litecubes are made of non-toxic, FDA-approved plastic and contain a gel that allows it to be frozen to help keep beverages cold. Simply pressing the button on the Litecube once makes it strobe, press it twice and it strobes faster, and a third time and the cube will stay lit all the time. Because the Litecube is re-freezable and when used intermittently its battery lasts for dozens of hours. Unlike the single-use "glow sticks" that are popular these days at concerts and parties, the Litecube can be turned off and then reused time and again.
The Litecube comes in a variety of colors; red, orange, blue, green, yellow and orange. You can learn more or get three assorted Litecubes for $11.99 at beWild.com.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 9, 2005 10:04 AM
Recent Comments

Aww, you got my hopes up! While these are kind of cool, you need to turn them on. I got a blue one at a trade show a couple of weeks ago as a tchotchke and it works like magic - you drop it into a drink and it lights up. It has two little sensos that comlete a charge when they get wet. It worsk really slick, and I'd love to see some in more colors.


Posted by: Hieronymus at October 10, 2005 3:14 PM
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