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This Fridge Looks Like a Giant Coca-Cola Can

by Paul Strauss

Have a Coke and a smile every time you open up this bright red desktop fridge. It’s the real thing. I’d like to buy the world one… if I could afford it. Coke adds life. Now that I’ve proven my deep knowledge of classic Coca-Cola slogans, it’s time to get back to the product.

This literally cool desktop fridge comes from Koolatron, and looks exactly like a Coca-Cola can if you ran it through some kind of enlarger beam. It uses thermoelectric cooling to cool its contents up to 36ºF from its surrounding room temperature and can run on either 110V AC or 12V DC power, so you can even use it in your vehicle or on a boat.

The Coke can fridge can hold up to 12 cans or two 2-liter bottles of your favorite drink inside, though I think it would be sacrilege to put anything in this except for Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, or some other Coca-Cola product. Can you imagine the rift in the space-time continuum that you’d create if you filled it with Pepsi, Shasta, or god-forbid RC Cola? Don’t do it!

You can find the jumbo Coca-Cola can fridge over on Amazon, where it’s currently showing a big discount off of its regular price of $219.



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