Our editors have compiled a list of five gadgets that every guy needs, or so we’d like to think. From the Cruzin Cooler to the Beer Belly, you’ll find it here. Which ones are your favorites?

The Beerbelly

Whether you’re watching the big game, exercising, or in class, the Beerbelly will help ensure you stay hydrated. Thanks to a neoprene sling and a custom shaped pouch that holds up to 80 oz. of liquid. Order yours now for just $34.95.

“Now you can drink WHAT you want, WHEN you want, WHERE you want, with no hassles and for less money! What more could you ask for?”


Cruzin Cooler

Yes, the “Cruzin Color” actually runs and is available in five different colors. It comes equipped with a 33cc 2-cycle/39cc 4-stroke motor (15mph top speed) or 300W/500W electric motor (13mph top speed) and can hold twelve 24oz cans. Prices range from $349.00-$499.00.

Why didn’t we find this sooner? As a person who just had a beer at 9am, this would be perfect! I’d hop on, roll down to the bodega, suit up with a few sixpacks, and head home, all while sitting on my comfortable Cruzin Cooler


Asahi Beer Robot

When it comes to pouring beer, nothing beats Asahi’s “Refrigerator Robot”. At the push of a button, this robot will than open a can and pour you a perfect mug of beer every time. It also keeps a six-pack and two mugs chilled for anytime enjoyment.

Self-Cooling Beer Can

Tempra Technology and Crown Holdings have partnered to develop the world’s first self cooling beer can. It looks like a normal 500ml can, but features an integrated self-cooling device that reduces the “contents by a minimum of 30° Fahrenheit (16.7° C) in just three minutes.”

“When activated, the all natural desiccant contained within a vacuum draws the heat from the beverage through the evaporator into an insulated heat-sink container.”



It’s a professional tap system, freezer, and fridge all-in-one. The Homepub is an ideal option for anyone who wants draught beer in the “comfort of your own home”. This system works with standard 5 litre kegs that are quickly chilled with the built-in “rapid cooling system”. Though a release date hasn’t yet been set, you can contact the manufacturer here for more information. [Source]