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Why you need Kinkin Cold this summer


Summers in Japan are brutally hot and humid. With 2024 predicted to have its hottest summer yet, it’s essential to stay prepared to avoid any further discomfort. Stock up on sunscreen, electrolyte drinks and cooling wipes to keep you and your family from overheating. On the other hand, there are campsites to visit, festivals to attend and fireworks shows to watch!

For those who plan on regularly camping or picnicking this season, the Kinkin Cold by Lithon Products might be a worthwhile investment. Priced at ¥2,480, it chills your drinks in just five minutes. You won't need to worry about room-temperature beer or soda since it’ll keep your drinks cold without taking up too much space in your backpack or car. 

All you need to do is fill the container with ice and salt, add a canned drink of 350ml or less, and turn on the machine. After five minutes, you’ll have an icy cold drink in hand to keep you feeling fresh all afternoon. 

Available at the Lithon online store.

Source: Lithon

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My other alternative is to buy a place in the countryside, dig a big whole and make a swimming pool-I’m seriously considering it.

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If you have to lug around a can of something to drink while hiking or just walking around as a tourist, this would really come in handy. A quick cool-down and then a refreshing cold drink. This and the can of what you like to drink would be so much easier than even a smallish cooler.

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*All you need to do is fill the container with ice and salt, add a canned drink of 350ml or less, and turn on the machine.*** **

Excellent device.

I'll first wait for the water in my freezer to turn to ice so I can use it.

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I’m definitely buying one or two of these to add to my massive cooler box!!!

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