Target is offering the Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage Chiller in silver (HC01.C) for $24.99 shipped. That’s more than $40 under the current next best price, $15 below the lowest it has been offered for on Amazon and the lowest we can find.
Most commonly used for wine, this model can chill your favorite bottles to the correct temperature in around 6 minutes. But this sucker can also handle a wide variety of bottled beverages. Rated 4/5 stars from over 250 Amazon customers.
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- Electric machine chills cans in 1 minute and wine bottles in 6 minutes
- Beverages rotate while being sprayed with ice water; also heats baby bottles
- Automatic touchpad features preset times, extra-chill setting, and add-ice indicator light
- Removable lid for long wine bottles; no-spin option; auto-off when done
- Measures approximately 16 by 10-1/2 by 8 inches; 1-year warranty; does not include adapter
The Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage Chiller is a great solution for your beverage entertaining needs! Quickly and easily chill a wide variety of beverages in minutes. The Cooper Cooler is great for beverage emergencies and spontaneous get-togethers. Use the Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage Chiller to chill wine in six minutes, bottles in three and a half minutes, and cans in one minute.
Store your wine warm, freeing up valuable refrigerator space. The Cooper Cooler makes it possible to chill your 750mL wine bottles to proper serving temperature in minutes. Are you worried that spinning may agitate your delicate wine? Use the NO SPIN option. Use the accompanying wine serving guide to chill your wines to the right temperature.
Not only is the Cooper Cooler functional, fun, and easy to operate, it is easy to setup! Add 2 trays of ice, 2 cups of water, and plug in! You’re now ready to chill.
Use the Cooper Cooler to chill your drinks quickly, easily, and to your desired temperature. For really hot days use the EXTRA option which will chill your drink to ice cold 33 degrees F. The Cooper Cooler’s patented chilling process prevents carbonated drinks from exploding or foaming over. It’s safe to open your beer or soda immediately.