30 Watt is Bringing Happy Hour to Your Shower
Sudski and Sipski are here to help you get your drink on in the bath and shower.
30 Watt is bringing happy hour to your shower with the Sudski Shower Drink Holder and Sipski Bath Wine Holder. The products are part of an entire line of #DrinkInTheShower accessories.
The drink holders are simple and aesthetically pleasing, but they also rely on an innovative technology that adds function to the fun. The products leverage a patented, breakthrough technology from Tooletries, Inc. that allows silicone to cling to any shiny surface without the use of adhesives, screws, or unreliable suction cups.
Ryan Walther founded 30 Watt with a focus on bringing clever content to the masses by translating comedy through household items, pet, and drinking products. The company’s designs are typically catered to gift offerings in the $15 to $20 range, creating objects that are perfect for impulse purchases and gifts with personality.
The drink accessory line goes beyond the shower, with more fun and functional gadgets for alcohol and even coffee enthusiasts. For example, 30 Watt’s Capski (available now on Amazon.com) product serves a market of beer drinkers with a silicone opener that mounts to walls and furniture without damage from hardware and screws. The company is also eager to launch Joeski (available in late April 2020 on Amazon.com), a new coffee-focused product.
Sudski and Sipski products are available at Target, Kohl’s, Francesca’s, Paper Source, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Duluth Trading, Urban Outfitters, Amazon, and dozens of other best-in-class retail brands.
So, how does the world feel about drinking in the shower?
“The shower beer is actually a great way to improve productivity and creativity,” Dr. Christopher Hollingsworth of NYC Surgical Associates
“Um, How Have We Lived This Long Without a Shower Wine Glass Holder?” - People Magazine, referencing the Sipski
"I like to have a beer shower—a nice beer in the shower". - Margot Robbie
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30 Watt’s CEO, Ryan Walther, began his career as an early partner at The Onion, during his college days in Wisconsin. He aided their rise to a household name, sowing his comical oats there for over 20 years.
It was there that he met Arik Nordby – the creative mastermind behind The Onion’s most popular product at the time (a prank gift box affectionately known today as the Prank Pack). They co-founded 30 Watt on the basis of a simple idea: bring The Onion style of humor and content to the product world.
30 Watt develops, designs, and manufactures unconventional products that empower people to be clever. The company tells funny stories and solves unique problems through form and function.