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Is it finally the time someone has made something that is actually useful for college kids? I think so!

The guy who invented this David Edwards. I don’t know if any of you guys have heard of him. but he is a professor at Harvard, who gets paid to make weird, crazy gadgets. Even before this cool caffeine inhaler, he has invented inhalable  chocolate, or edible bottles, these are really cool but utterly useless.  Although, apart from the actual inventions, the packaging designs are very simple modern, and sleek.

These little caffeine inhalers are called Aeroshots, and they work just like the asthma inhalers. Unlike Edwards other inventions, this might actually may come into use for all the caffeine-crazy college kids. One inhaler includes 100 milligrams of caffeine which is equivalent to one tall coffee from Starbucks. This Aeroshot is a lot better then taking a a tall cup of coffee from Starbucks; they’re calorie-free, doesn’t leave you with horrible coffee breath, AND it’s TSA-friendly! What more can you ask for. They will actually be available in New York & Boston in January, but till then they are giving out free samples to the first 500, I will be getting mine soon in the mail! So go here and get your own sample!



  1. Ppeter10 wrote:

    Interesting design, very sleek but it looks a shotgun shell. Just inhaling caffeine will probably be easy and quick for a lot of people. I’m not caffeine drinker but I’m sure this will go great with a lot of people.

    Friday, October 21, 2011 at 3:43 pm | Permalink
  2. ddunnema wrote:

    Interesting observation about the caffeine inhalers resembling shotgun shells, it could perhaps be intentional but it is at the same time a little disturbing. I think the caffeine craze on a whole is terribly unhealthy but there are those who cannot live with it.

    Friday, October 21, 2011 at 6:22 pm | Permalink
  3. sloredo wrote:

    There are a lot of people out there who are addicted to coffee. The inhaler would not only save these people money, but it sounds like it might be a healthier alternative

    Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 5:20 pm | Permalink