May 02, 2008
World's Most Technical Carbonation Saver — Episode 2: The Fizz Strikes Back
I've spent at least 10 hours trying — without success — to understand exactly how this device works.
I even had my crack research team take a break from their deep web exploration activities to work with me on figuring it out.
Some might say that's a fool's errand.
But we have no room for haters here.
Anyway, still no luck.
Don't hold your breath.
The m.o. of the iteration featured nearly two years ago in Episode 1 was obvious on its surface.
I'm just saying, is all.
From the 2008 version's website:
Quik Top® Can-Cap
Reseal canned carbonated beverages by trapping carbonation in an airtight sealed chamber so the delicious fizz stays fresh for days.
Features a cap that doubles as a cup
or coaster, a bottle top for pouring and drinking ease, a filter with room for a straw that keeps insects out and a sturdy loop for hands-free transport.
3-1/4 x 3 x 1-1/2".
A matching set of 4 costs $14.98.
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the goal is to get a hell of a lot of CO2 into the can and our bodies exhale CO2, I have been able to use a drink mix canister and a couple of straws ( one in the water itself and one out of the water ) to produce 3 seconds of fizz so far just with my own breath so far. note: to get that I need to breathe into the straw that has the submerged end as hard as I can to do that and have cold air coming out the other straw. I hope that helps a little.
Posted by: kram1024 | Oct 14, 2008 6:34:39 AM
umm... it just seals it. The cup must have an integrated cap which screws onto the top of the bottle.
Posted by: matt | May 2, 2008 1:59:43 PM
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