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Arctican

Meet your new best friend - Arctican, it keeps cold cans cold for up to 3 hours! Arctican keeps 12-ounce drinks cold without making your hands cold. Simply freeze the cooling core, twist it on and enjoy ice-cold drinks for up to 3 hours even out in the sun. The magic is possible thanks to the 2-layers of vacuum insulated steel and the twist-on cooling core filled with proprietary freezing gel that keeps drinks colder, longer. Never deal with lukewarm drinks and sweaty cans again!

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