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HyperChiller HC2W Patented Iced Coffee/Beverage Cooler, NEW, IMPROVED,STRONGER AND MORE DURABLE! Ready in One Minute, Reusable for Iced Tea, Wine, Spirits, Alcohol, Juice, 12.5…


  • Patented product that chills beverages quickly and effectively
  • Improved V2 model with new colors available
  • Uses regular water for chilling, no chemicals or gels
  • Compatible with all types of coffee makers
  • Ideal for iced coffee, tea, wine, spirits, and more
  • Convenient and easy to use, no need for ice
  • Dishwasher safe for easy cleaning
  • Capacity of 12 ounces, made of BPA-free material
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    Current Price $12.93 April 16, 2024
    Highest Price $19.64 December 24, 2023
    Lowest Price $11.02 February 11, 2024
    Since October 25, 2023

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    Specification: HyperChiller HC2W Patented Iced Coffee/Beverage Cooler, NEW, IMPROVED,STRONGER AND MORE DURABLE! Ready in One Minute, Reusable for Iced Tea, Wine, Spirits, Alcohol, Juice, 12.5…



    Stackable Design


    Special Feature


    Age Range Description


    Product Dimensions

    4.25"W x 6.75"H

    Model Name


    Item Weight

    13.1 ounces


    BPA Free Polypropylene Plastic

    Number of Items






    Included Components


    Product Care Instructions

    Hand Wash Only

    Cap Type

    Screw Cap

    With Lid


    Dent Resistant Body




    12 Ounces

    Has Tea Hook


    Integrated Cup


    Replacement Lid Available


    Body Window


    Body Tethered Lid


    Lid Locking




    Dent Resistant


    Open Close Indicators


    360 Drinking


    Is Bpa Free


    Body Volume Markings


    Titanium Lined




    Country of Origin


    Item model number


    Copper Lined


    Date First Available

    April 5, 2022

    10 reviews for HyperChiller HC2W Patented Iced Coffee/Beverage Cooler, NEW, IMPROVED,STRONGER AND MORE DURABLE! Ready in One Minute, Reusable for Iced Tea, Wine, Spirits, Alcohol, Juice, 12.5…

    4.7 out of 5
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    1. BeckieE

      I prefer iced coffee over hot anytime of the year.
      This is the easiest and fastest method of preparing iced coffee without being watered down that I have ever tried. I have tried many ways, including refrigerator iced coffee (brewed in fridge), k-cups sold specifically to make iced coffee, and just letting the coffee cook on porch in winter lol. None of these are convenient or quick, and the k-cups taste watered down.
      Now, I usually use regular k-cups, brew, and then pour immediately in the chiller. While I wait a couple minutes to cool, I prepare add ice to my glass. Usually by the time I get my glass of ice ready, coffee is about done in chiller. I just pour in my glass of ice, and bam, done!! I rinse the chiller out and put it back in the freezer. I only take the chiller apart and replace the water inside once every week or two. This is quick and has worked fine for me. Not sure if it is specified to replace water or when, but since the water inside doesn’t touch the coffee, it doesn’t need to be done often at all. I mainly replace the water just in case some is lost to evaporation after awhile.

      I suggest that if you use a j-cup, you brew into a cup with a pouring lip. I use a glass measuring cup for this purpose. When I used a regular coffee cup, I spilled some pouring into the chiller every time. That was an easy fix, and if your pouring from a coffee carafe, that will not be an issue. Buy it! I have used this everyday since purchase months ago, and it is still working great.

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    2. Cameron

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       So after using this thing for 5 or so months, I still really enjoy it. It cools my coffee very quickly and helps me with that iced coffee craving.

      One thing though, the item advertises that it uses water instead of a cooling liquid so its dishwasher safe. Id advise against the dishwasher as the first time I did it, it warped the container and I can no longer get the lid back on properly.

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    3. Edmond Dantes

      Saw this on unbox therapy – a really decent product. Does exactly what it is supposed to surprisingly.

      Holds quite a bit of volume to my amazement and does turn any liquid instantly cold – the longer you keep it in there the colder the liquid will become. 60 seconds is all I’ve needed. The best thing is you can use it for any liquid you want to cool and just rinse and throw back in the freezer.

      It is pretty huge, looks like something out of Star Wars – Darth Vaders cup. Solid build.

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    4. Rajat Tokas

      Awesome product.
      Delivers as written on its description.
      Going to buy one more.

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    5. Emmanuelle

      Even though I heard mad reviews, I was skeptical of how effective this thing could be… well spending-money-friends, throw your money AT the Hyperchiller if you like instant cold drinks! Like really cold! Even with straight-from-the-Keurig hot coffee turned ice cold within a minute! The only thing is, you can’t do a spurr of the moment drinks and it only works on 1. So if you’re a mega fan of iced coffee or iced tea and don’t want to dilute it with ice, get more than 1 of these babies. I know I’ll be buying a second one! Reason is, you need the water within the isolated layers to freeze for it to work. It is SUPER effective though!

      I was also skeptical about the “put it straight under the Keurig thing”. I was afraid that it wouldn’t be able to handle the flow of the hot coffee pouring out straight from the machine… but nope, no oopsies! The coffee just went in without any splashes or overspills and straight in. Lightly swirl for a minute and voilà! Instant iced coffee to pour into your favorite cup (also spill free pouring!) So yummy! And zero dilution! Just 100% coffee taste. It’s amazing when you open up the hyperchiller afterwards because most of the water between the layers is completely melted back to water! That WAS pretty hot!

      Also super super easy to clean. Take it apart, put it in the dishwasher and done. Putting it back together, including filling the layers with water takes less than a minute. Hassle-free. Definitely recommend and buying a 2nd one. Best way out there to get that hot coffee turned ice cold in seconds without any funny taste.

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    6. browneagle44

      I bought a Hyperchiller for office coffee – summer in Alabama average 10,000 degrees, so hot coffee seems like a waste. After using it a couple of times, I can understand the hype, but I also noticed more than a few things that merit improvement.

      Hyperchiller works as advertised-sort of. I won’t get into the minutia of why this isn’t an iced coffee maker, as I’m sure other reviewers have noted. This isn’t a replacement for a Toddy or French press or bean bag or however you prefer to make cold brew coffee-rather, this is something that takes a hotter beverage and makes it colder, and in that regard it works really, really well. If I pour coffee fresh from brewing into the fully-frozen Hyperchiller and let it sit for a minute, the coffee comes out pretty cool. Not freezing cold- hot coffee poured into this is never going to be an iceless experience- but cool enough that I can add ice and milk and not water my drink down. For drinks that are often room temperature and chilled with ice- wine and whiskey come to mind- I think the Hyperchiller can chill them down to that ice cold level, but for near-boiling liquids? Nah. That has more to do with science than any design flaw, though, so I’m fine with it.

      Something I’m not fine with it the pouring mechanism. I understand the wider you make the opening the more likely you’ll lose temperature and have worse results, but the lid is designed with an angled slot sort of design that’s very shallow and awkward to fill, at least with a coffee carafe. Even taking a paper cup and making a sort of funnel the pour the coffee in always results in a puddle of coffee around the base of the Hyperchiller. I’ll probably bring in a small measuring cup next week to see how that works, but the fact that it’s immediately awkward to pour something in means it will end up being a bad user experience. Why not design the lid with gasket-sealed pouring spouts like travel mugs? You open one, dump your liquid in, close it, and it automatically seals. Make the caps the diameter of a quarter and you have a foolproof pouring mechanism. Sure, it adds more to R&D, but it’s worth it.

      Getting the chilled coffee into the cup is a better experience, but not without some quirks as well, namely the lid vents, which are meant to help with freezing/refreezing so the water doesn’t stress the steel. The way the pouring spout is designed, you have to almost invert the Hyperchiller to get everything out, which will cause any melted water to pour out of the vent holes as well. There’s more than likely a better way to design either the spout or the vents to prevent this.

      All in all, Hyperchiller is good, but it could be great. There are some design flaws that don’t put it in a design museum, but the intentions are there. Hopefully, they’ll absorb all the feedback we’re leaving and make an even better Model 2.

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    7. Katie W.

      Works really well. I had another one that lasted for years but it ended up cracking somehow.. don’t remember but it really did last a long time. It’s so easy to use and I love making cold teas and coffees so this is great for not watering those down and getting it ice cold.

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    8. Stacey F

      Absolutelyove this product! I love ice coffee all year round and some coffee grounds just don’t work well in a cold brew machine. I love brewing from my regular machine but don’t like watered down coffee. This thing chills your coffee in a couple of minutes. You fill 2 of the chambers with water and freeze. You brew your coffee right into it or pour from the pot. Then the coffee chills between the two chambers without watering it down.

      The price point is amazing and I am so happy I purchased it!

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    9. Shane William Fields

      Takedown coffee from hot to chilled in 1 min

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    10. TheGreatBambino

      We just got our HyperChiller and after one test run can safely say we love it. Filled it up, per the instructions, and left to freeze overnight. Yesterday afternoon, when we usually have our ice coffee craving, we made some coffee in our french press and poured it into the Hyperchill. After a little over a minute (while swirling the product) we poured it into a cup with ice and the coffee was already chilled to perfection. The taste was great too! Not overly bitter and definitely not watered down at all. We even filled up the hyperchiller a second time with the rest of the coffee from the french press. We let it sit a little longer (about 3-4 minutes while swirling the HyperChill) and again is cooled it down to a perfect temp for pouring over ice. So basically we got almost 25oz of iced coffee in a few minutes time. We’re excited for the cost savings we’ll see not buying iced coffee out as much.

      Some things to note
      • They warn you on the instruction sheet, but a little melted ice will drip out when you go to pour your iced coffee from the hyperchiller. There are some vent hold on the top of the product that the melted ice seeps from. I made sure to pour the iced coffee out over the sink so wasn’t a big deal. But something to be aware of.
      • the HyperChiller has to sit standing up in the freezer (otherwise the water will spill out before it freezes). Again, not a big deal, buy you have to make sure you have space in your freezer to sit right side up. Can’t expect to just place on it’s side or cram it into the freezer any which way.
      • Probably the biggest downside of the HyperChiller is there is no way to see how much hot coffee you’re poured into the top. If you’re using a Kuerig it won’t matter as it only created a set amount. But we were pouring from our french press so weren’t entirely sure how much we’d poured in. We had to be careful not to overfill. Not a big deal, we just took it slow, but would be great to somehow have a way to see how much you’ve filled the HyperChill.

      All that to say, it was a great first run. It’s mostly all plastic so feels a bit cheap at times, but it doesn’t feel like the product will break or be weak anytime soon. Overall feels fairly sturdy.

      If you’re looking quickly make some iced coffee at home, I would highly recommend this relatively inexpensive option.

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      HyperChiller HC2W Patented Iced Coffee/Beverage Cooler, NEW, IMPROVED,STRONGER AND MORE DURABLE! Ready in One Minute, Reusable for Iced Tea, Wine, Spirits, Alcohol, Juice, 12.5…
      HyperChiller HC2W Patented Iced Coffee/Beverage Cooler, NEW, IMPROVED,STRONGER AND MORE DURABLE! Ready in One Minute, Reusable for Iced Tea, Wine, Spirits, Alcohol, Juice, 12.5…


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