Credit: Sigma Phase, Corp.
There are downsides, however.
Even though the pods don’t need to be refrigerated and have a long shelf life, they aren’t nice and small like a Keurig pod. These pods are about the size of a soda can, so they’ll take up space in the pantry or cupboards.
And the machine itself is big.
“It’s kind of like having one of McDonald’s ice cream dispenser and a 7-11 Slurpee machine in your kitchen for your own personal use—admittedly, a very tempting pitch—but as pod-based machines go, the ColdSnap demands more kitchen real estate than most,” Gizmodo wrote.
And, HypeBeast reported, although each pod makes multiple servings for only $2.50–$3 USD. Sigma Phase expects ColdSnap to cost $500–$1,000.