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This is the product that started GoPong way back in 2007. While others have tried to copy us since, no one has done it better than the original (check the reviews). Each rack can be filled with water and frozen to provide hours or ice cold beer. Each Rack holds 10 party cups and allows for all the standard re-racks. The cup holders also prevent cups from tipping over while eliminates messes. The product also fits perfectly into GoPong's Pool Pong Racks if you want to play in the water.
Used these all summer tailgating for concerts and sporting events - even if not playing Pong makes a great cupholder that stays cold for a few hours even on a 90-degree day.Published 19 days ago by CaptainJack87
Thought this was so so... The fill opening for water is very small, had to use a funnel to fill. Draining would probably be a chore as well. Left filled and just keep in freezer. Read morePublished 5 months ago by c hosster
I bought these for my husband and his tailgate gang. They LOVE how cold the beer is in the cups, especially on a hot day!Published 7 months ago by MoodyEdits
Awesome device. Kept the cups in place and the beer cold during the game.Published 8 months ago by Brittany Whaley
My cousin had bought this and it was always a hit when we played beer pong at his house. It was so great I bought it for a housewarming gift and it was a huge hit!! Read morePublished 9 months ago by T. Patel
This product arrived with the bottom plastic inserts on which the rack sits on to buffer the plastic from slipping, where one of the plastic inserts was completely hanging out of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by coldnigzz
We gave these to a family member and he was very eager to make use of them.Published 9 months ago by Sarah T.
Perfect! Would be nice if it came with a case with a draw string or something that would also fit the extra pong balls.Published 11 months ago by Kathleen Newman