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Soda Can Crusher

Can crusher reviews and information to help you find the best devices.

There are many reasons to consider buying a soda can crusher if you don’t have one now.  Not only do these save space in your home, but they have many other benefits as well.

Depending on where you store your garbage, you may have to worry about the prospect of insects and rodents attacking your disposed food.  Using a soda can crusher will clean up the mess, so to speak, as odors are far less likely to be emitted from such a can.

Using a soda can crusher also maximizes the likelihood that you’ll recycle your cans, which is always a worthy and considerate endeavor in itself.

When all is said and done, there are many reasons you may be looking for a soda can crusher.  From here, it’s all about knowing what to look for if this is your first time buying one.

If you come across any aluminum can crushers, these are one and the same as soda can crushers.  The standard model will be built to crush 12 ounce aluminum cans.  If you’re a heavy drinker of cans of a different size, you may want to read up some more on the product to make sure it can handle these.  Your typical soda can crusher will usually only be able to handle a 12 ounce can, so you’ll want to avert this nuisance in advance if it’s something that may pose as an issue to you.

If this is intended for use at your home, chances are that you won’t need a heavy duty can crusher.  You’ll simply need something like an easy pull can crusher, or even an automatic or electric one.  Some soda can crushers can handle up to 12 cans at once, but most are intended for individual use.

You may also want to consider getting an automatic soda can crusher, which doesn’t require you to pull on a lever in order to crush it.  The only drawback to this approach is that they’re typically a bit more expensive.  Don’t despair though, many owners surprisingly admit that their favorite thing about owning a soda can crusher is the satisfaction they get after crushing each can.

If you’re looking for something that handles bigger units, you might want to look for a 16 oz can crusher, or one that handles the size of whatever it is that you’re drinking.

You’ll have no problem finding some of the many soda can crushers available for sale online.  Some can be had for less than 10 dollars, though the more sophisticated ones come with built in dispenser options and generally tend to hold up for longer periods of time.  These are still as low as $25 to $40 on average, and you may want to consider one of them if you plan on using yours for a long time.

The biggest complaint that owners of a soda can crusher seem to have is that many of them eventually break.  Getting one like this can possibly be averted through effective product research (reading reviews) and going after ones that may have some kind of a warranty.