After nearly three years of research and development, two college students have created a dual-chamber shot glass, the Snapshotr.
The simple-to-use dual-chamber shot glass can completely separate the shot and built-in chaser. The Snapshotr is already being hailed as a must have, with popular news outlets such as Elite Daily proclaiming, "The glass is appropriately named the Snapshotr and there's a big chance it's better than any shot glass you've collected so far."
The patent-pending glass, currently a week into a Kickstarter campaign at www.kickstarter.com/projects/1864294131/the-snapshotr-dual-chamber-shot-glass, would not be possible without the inspiration from the leading entrepreneurial late night show host, Jimmy Kimmel.
The inventors, two childhood friends, graduated in May 2014, one as a physics major from Colgate University, and the other as a communications major from the University of Pennsylvania. Their invention was sparked by Kimmel after watching him drink a shot of hand sanitizer with John Cusack back in an April 2012 airing of Jimmy Kimmel Live.
"It took Kimmel fourteen perilous seconds to find a chaser for the hand sanitizer. Nobody should have to experience that," says Andrew Levin, co-founder of the startup.