Amazon’s best-selling slim can cooler keeps White Claws and other sparkling seltzers cold until the very last sip

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A proper koozie is key to keeping your beverages cold, especially if you enjoy drinking outdoors. And with summer barbecues, pool days and rooftop soirées, it’s pretty much a drinking essential. After all, your drink is only as good as it is cold.

Currently, one of Amazon’s best-selling koozies is a slim can cooler made for 12-ounce slim-canned drinks, like White Claw, Truly, Michelob Ultra, Red Bull and more, and has over 62,000 5-star reviews to back it up. “I won’t use another type of koozie ever again. Keeps your drinks cold all day!” one reviewer wrote.

BrüMate Hopsulator Slim Double-Walled Stainless Steel Insulated Can Cooler, $24.99

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However, the BrüMate Hopsulator Slim Double-walled Stainless Steel Insulated Can Cooler isn’t some neoprene koozie you got at a work event with a free tote bag. It’s made with double-walled stainless steel with an extra copper layer that keeps drinks “20 times colder than a standard neoprene can cooler,” according to the product description.

Plus, it’s easy to use: Slide your can into the cooler, and its push-lock technology will hold it tightly in place. When it’s time for a new drink, simply pull it out by the tab. Or if needed, unscrew the top gasket for even easier removal.

Of course, BrüMate isn’t the only brand to launch a slim can cooler. Yeti, Swiglife and Etsy also have quite a few alternatives in several colors and custom designs.

However, none are as popular as the BrüMate, which has proven to keep drinks ice cold and comes in over 20 different colors. With colorways including plain navy, matte gray, glitter mermaid or rose gold, you can find a slim can cooler to match every mood for only $24.99.

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BrüMate was launched in 2016 and has sold over 2 million products. The brand not only has insulated can coolers but also wine tumblers, cocktail shakers and flasks. “We are on a mission to create a world without warm beer, ruined cocktails and stale wine, encouraging our customers to stay in the moment and drink better,” the brand’s site reads.

So whether you want to keep your drink cool or conceal it on a walk in the park (don’t worry, we won’t tell), BrüMate’s slim can cooler can fit your favorite hard seltzer and more.

Pro tip: You can shop the brand’s site for even more colors and designs.

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