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The SpillNot

SKU #PHY-300
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A fabulous solution to the ubiquitous problem of spills.

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The SpillNot is a fabulous solution to the ubiquitous problem of spills when carrying liquids. The fundamental laws of physics will easily and surprisingly keep the contents in the container! A very functional item that also graphically illustrates the effects of centripetal force. Your cup will not runneth over!


Courtesy American Association of Physics Teachers

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As students walk or drive with the SpillNot cup holder, it automatically adjusts its orientation so that it is always aligned with "local gravity," thus preventing liquid spills in spite of random bumps and turns! My students are mystified until they learn the physics of "local gravity" and centripetal force and how SpillNot keeps their drink splash-free! With SpillNot students "WillNot" worry about a splash!
Evan Jones

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Great Gizmo
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I have tremors and can't walk 5' without spilling liquids. This has solved a major problem and I haven't spilled a drop since I got it. I've told everyone I can about this. Such as simple but ingenious idea. Thank you so much!!!!
Bette

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Fun, physics.. and psychology
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Interresting from the physical point of view, but also very interresting to observe the comments of the observers. What is as shiny as a liquid but is a solid? Jello. A lot of people will have the impression (more easily with tea that is more translucent than coffee) that the teacup is filled with jelly than, as you put the spillnot on the table, magic, the jelly turn back to a liquid. Once you buy one, you will buy more for your friends!
Andre Gauthier

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Awesome!
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What a great product for teaching centripetal force, AND you can use it in your car or on your boat! My students were amazed by this clever gadget!
Tim

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