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Pour one out

The Fizzics Waytap uses sound waves to liven up your bottled beer. For $130, the sleek device makes your store bought brew taste more like it came from the tap at your favorite bar. Click through to see how it works.

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Keeping it simple

You don't need kegs or cartridges of CO2, you just need 4 AA batteries and your Fizzics Waytap is ready to go.

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BYOB

Well, you need beer too. The Fizzics Waytap works with 12- or 25-ounce cans and 12-ounce bottles.

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Moving and shaking

Fizzics uses this hose to transfer your beer from bottle to glass.

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Pop off top

Push this button to remove the top of the Waytap.

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Pieces in place

Put your beer on the base, then replace the lid. Make sure the hose runs into your bottle or can.

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Ready...

Lower the lid slowly.

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Set...

It'll click into place.

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Pour!

Then pull the handle forward to pour your beer.

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Smooth operator

The Waytap digitally controls the flow for a smooth pour.

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Keep it carbonated

While pouring, the Waytap keeps the bottle under pressure to keep most carbonation in the beer.

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Top it off

When your glass is almost full, push the handle away from you. You'll hear the Waytap whir and it'll top of your glass with an attractive head.

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Your at home bartender

The Waytap really does make your bottled beer taste more like it came from the tap.

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Slimmer and more affordable

The impressive Fizzics Waytap slims down the design of the original Fizzics while keeping the core functionality intact.

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