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March 23, 2004

{     IceCube Cooler     }    

Every once in a while, there is a product that we come across that is just cream of the crop, top-notch, supreme merchandise, better than anything else in it's genre, or just so damn cool looking that there is no question as to whether or not you can live without it. A simple "must-have item", to put to use again an already over-used cliché. Well, that's what we have here in the new IceCube from Extremis. A picture says a thousand words, that's for sure, because all I can really say about this thing is that it looks incredible. In a nutshell, it's exactly what you see, a big fat cooler that looks like a giant chunk of ice and is lit from within. It's perfectly crafted, large, has two sections (big bottles and little bottles), is made of high quality polyethylene (fancy for plastic), has internal fully integrated lighting, and looks badass in your kitchen or on the patio. I have no idea how much it costs, or even where to get one, but damn it looks nice. And I'm sure it does a good job of keeping your drinks cold as well.

     » Made by Extremis


Holy shit. This website it out of control. It's like the sinister, sexy, evil-twin of IKEA. Everything has some crazy name, it's all modular and all ultra-modern. I think we have to have the cooler and the "Arthur" table for the crowndozen clubhouse. Of course, when a website, restaurant menu, or boutique does not mention it's prices you need to follow the old adage- "If you have to ask, you can't afford it."
I didn't even bother trying to track down a price for this stuff.

Posted by: Adam at March 25, 2004 4:32 PM

I will buy very expensive beer to put within this "IceCube," if I am invited to a party where IceCube will be in attendance. In fact, were I hosting a party such as this, I would no doubt put a picture of this thing on the invites. Hand to God.

Posted by: Greg at March 26, 2004 8:50 PM
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