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Self-Chilling Wine Glasses

Self-Chilling Wine Glasses

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If you prefer your wine chilled, then check out these cool new Self-Chilling Wine Glasses from designer Andrew Lazorchak. Simply place these stemless wine glasses with a unique dimple on the bottom over the chilling mechanisms, which connect to the glass with magnetic rims, pour your favorite vino, and enjoy. They will keep wine and other beverages chilled for up to a half hour and can be reused again later after tossing the charger filled with medical grade freezer gel back in the freezer until frozen. If you tend to use an ice cube, this is a great, non-diluting alternative. They come in a set of two.

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