Here's a sneak peek into the performance you can expect from a Huski Beer Cooler 2.0.
This was a one-hour preliminary product test to help understand the thermal efficiency of a Huski Beer Cooler 2.0.
The test indicated that over a 30min period the beer in the Huski went up by an average of 1°C. An increase of 24%. Beer in the uninsulated vessels went up by an average of 11°C. An increase of 254%. The Huski Beer Cooler 2.0 kept the beer 10x colder.
Bottles and cans were stored in a standard household fridge prior to the test. We see some slight initial temperature variation of up to 0.7 degrees, which is likely either due to variance in the contents initial temperature or variance in thermometer calibration.
Here's a snapshot of the raw data from the test at 5 minute intervals. We mapped the test data against our standardised temperature definitions and their respective colours to show progression through the temperature ranges.
|Time||Bottle: Uninsulated temp.||Bottle:
|0 min||4.1 °C||4.5 °C||4.9 °C||4.2 °C|
|5 min||5.5 °C||5.1 °C||6.4 °C||5.0 °C|
|10 min||7.9 °C||4.9 °C||7.7 °C||4.9 °C|
|15 min||10.7 °C||4.9 °C||9.5 °C||4.9 °C|
|20 min||13.0 °C||4.9 °C||11.1 °C||5.0 °C|
|25 min||15.5 °C||5.1 °C||13.0 °C||5.0 °C|
|30 min||17.4 °C||5.3 °C||14.5 °C||5.5 °C|
If you want to keep your beer ice-cold while you drink it, check out the Huski Beer Cooler 2.0.