Beverage Can Resealer, White
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- Locks in full carbonation
- Dishwasher Safe
- Locks in full carbonations
- Great for those that like to drink partial cans of your favorite beverage
- Great for camping, around the house, patio, when using soda for mixed drink
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Very easy to install and remove Reusable and Dishwasher Safe! Locks in full carbonation Great for camping, around the house, patio, when using soda for mixed drinks This item is great for those that like to drink partial cans of your favorite beverage as it allows you to save the rest for later without losing all the carbonation.
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Keep in mind that this resealer does NOT actually "stop" the loss of carbonation. It merely slows down the process. To prove it to myself, I opened two cans of Sprite at the same time, poured out roughly half of each, then resealed one. About 27 hours later, I poured each into a glass. The resealed Sprite still foamed somewhat when poured, and it still tasted somewhat fizzy. The other Sprite barely bubbled (no foam) when poured, and it definitely tasted flat.
I only buy soda when 12-packs are on sale for <30 cents per can, so the value of resealing half a can is ~15 cents. Therefore, this resealer has paid for itself after 30 cans. I'm satisfied enough that I have ordered multiple resealers. I like to mix Sprite with Sprite Zero, and Coke Classic with Coke Zero to create my own "kinda diet" versions, so I frequently have several half-cans in the fridge. Yes, I know these drinks also come in cute 8 oz. cans, but if you do the math, the per-ounce price of 8 oz. cans in 8-packs is consistently DOUBLE the per-ounce price of 12 oz. cans in 12-packs (comparing sale-to-sale or regular-to-regular pricing). In other words, even if I wind up throwing away 4 oz. of every 12 oz. can, I still come out ahead, and this resealer ensures that I rarely throw away any.
NOTE FOR MILLENNIALS: This resealer's instructions (printed on the back of the box) were apparently written for old fogies like me who still remember when sodas came in steel/tin cans. If you're under 40, you've only seen 12 oz. soda cans made of aluminum and "tapered" (meaning the diameter of the top is smaller than the body/middle of the can). When the instructions refer to "NEW" cans, they are talking about every 12 oz. can you've seen during the past decade.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: I have now experienced what other buyers have mentioned -- There are definitely two slightly different versions of this product. The manufacturer of both versions is "The Complete Kitchen" and they appear to be exactly the same design, but the good version is Made in USA, while the flimsy version is Made in China (big surprise, huh?). Unfortunately, it seems that Amazon will just send you whichever version happens to be on top of the pile in whichever warehouse fulfills your order. Since these are too cheap to be worth the fuss of sending back, I suggest you cross your fingers and don't order more than one at a time.
The caution is this; because it seals with the flat rubber o-ring it's pretty much air tight. I've turned it upside down and there's no leak which would be great if you're traveling and just need to seal the can. If it's carbonated make sure you don't shake the can or at least avoid it. As I sealed the half full (or half empty!) Seltzer can and later tried to open it, there was a lot of pressure built up and basically made a loud popping noise with some Seltzer somehow splashing from the top. My wife asked from the other room what happened and told her it's probably because I shook the can a bit for taking it out.
But otherwise it works perfectly fine. Great sealer and spill proof!