Imagine, if you will. You and your close friends are out at social event enjoying a cold beverage wrapped in a foam koozie. Sounds awesome doesn't it? Well it IS awesome until go to take a drink and BOOM a Pabst Blue Ribbon shower all over your favorite shirt, pants, etc. Two problems arise, first you just baptized yourself with an ice cold PBR wasting it's precious contents. The second problem is that you are now a mess. People are pointing and whispering, wondering if you should be cut off. The proverbial "Hello, I'm a filthy beast" spotlight has been turned on and is pointed directly at you. No escaping it..none! Trust me, you don't want to be that person again!
Moments before disaster strikes, note the orientation of the can opening vs the hand. Nothing good is going to happen here. All they wanted was to take drink without spilling..
You see the key design flaw in your foam koozie is that there is no easy way to know exactly where the hole is when taking a drink. Sure you can constantly look down while taking a drink while others scoff at you for not paying attention. Of course you can argue that your Superman like grip will keep things aligned just right with no such accidents, but really it is just a matter of time before you are going to slip up. Again, imagine you are talking with the future Mrs. Right..now and you get denied by the the foam koozie due to alignment issues, not cool! Here at Tuckington Industries we have been that guy at the party. The filthy beast with beer hole alignment issues and it is no fun at all.
How do you take something so simple "design wise" that hasn't changed for decades and make it usable? Well the answer was pretty simple for us. Focus on the core flaws that plague the foam koozies. Reduce the ridiculous size of it. (There is really no need to triple the size of your can is there?). Incorporate some kind of mechanism that allows you to keep everything aligned without having to constantly look down. Go trendy with making it out of reclaimed materials and last but not least, make it industrial strength.
So without further ado I would like to introduce the Mouth Alignment Mechanism. A solid seam on the back side your koozie opposite the opening that allows you to "feel" the beer can hole. Gone are the embarrassing days of making a mess of yourself. No more ignoring your friends while you look down trying to get it just right before putting your mouth on it.
Now check this out! Everything is lined up and they can focus on what is important.
We are excited to share these new revolutionary koozies with you and your family. You can try one of our budget models out here with minimal financial risk to you here The Cheap Koozie