January 5, 2009

You Can Grip Cans with The Can Grip

cangrip.jpgWelcome to our first post of the year - go team 2009! Our first post focuses on the Can Grip, a snazzy little competitor for the koozie that will turn any beer (or soda, we suppose) can into a mobile stein. Not only does it eliminate the need for a can coaster because of the solid plastic base, it also helps keep your can cooler. How, you ask? Because at the rate of speed you drink beer it's not external temperature that's warming your beer, it's the warmth radiating from that monkey paw you call a hand. Less hand equals less heat.

If you ask us, the only way the Koozie beats these things is that you can hide the fact you're drinking something narsty like Bud Light. Just think of it as the Can Grip keeping you honest. Pick them up for around four bucks apiece (check for retailers through the Can Grip site) or buy 'em wholesale and get your own custom message added to the handle.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at January 5, 2009 4:50 PM
Recent Comments

How can this thing work better than a koozie? I mean the entire can is exposed to the elements, the sun would turn the beer warm in a matter of minutes with this device.

with a koozie the can is protected from the sun and heat and would work much better.

Posted by: passmeabeer at March 17, 2010 12:12 PM

How in the world does it offer any competition to the koozie? I can come up with numerous reasons why it is completely inferior to the koozie. Its only viable demographic is children.

Posted by: pepe at February 13, 2009 11:47 AM

Aw man that is genius

Posted by: tina at February 12, 2009 12:18 PM
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