These innovative soda lids turn cans into fizz-saving bottles

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Amazon is full of obscure, problem-solving products you can’t find anywhere else — and these Smart House Inc. soda can lids are no exception. 

The colorful lids convert cans into bottles in seconds. Just snap a lid onto your standard soda can and you’re done. Plus, the nifty lids keep carbonated drinks like soda, beer and seltzer fizzy longer. So if you like to nurse your beverage or want to save half a can for later, these will definitely come in handy. 

Soda Can Lids, Set Of 6, $9.99 (Orig. $12.99)

Credit: Amazon

“We’re supposed to believe that a product has finally been invented that works in keeping your beverage fresh and drinkable? Well, I must say that my disbelief has been dispelled and that so far, I am a believer,” one customer review reads

Not to mention they’re spill-proof which is ultra-convenient when you’re on-the-go, tailgating, camping or just hanging out in the backyard. They’re also helpful for keeping track of drinks at gatherings due to the variety of colors.

“Somehow drinks even taste better. And cans are easier to recycle and thus better for the environment. A definite win-win for me!” a verified purchaser wrote

The Smart House Inc. Soda Can Lids are durable, dishwasher safe and made of BPA-free plastic. You can get a pack of six for $9.99.

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