Smart. Simple. Safe.
Fill IcePlate with 50 ounces of water (about 90% full, since water expands when frozen). Freeze IcePlate overnight; it measures 10" by 12" so it will easily fit in any freezer. Wear IcePlate under your body armor for 3-4 hours (70+ watts per plate) of conductive + evaporative cooling and a full shift of hydration. As your body heat melts the ice in the container, you'll have ice-cold water to drink.
No product on the market keeps you this cool and hydrated, helping prevent heat injury and keeping you safe.
Weather the Winter
IcePlate is more than a one-trick pony. Fill it up with warm water or your favorite hot beverage to stay toasty for hours. IcePlate is designed to accept hot liquids up to 250 degrees F, though we suggest you'll be most comfortable filling it around 150 F and rolling from there.
In Use from Sea to Shining Sea
The word is out. Launched this summer, IcePlate is already in use nationwide, from Law Enforcement Officers to Armored Truck Drivers, from Military Operators to Construction Workers. And with priority shipping, you can have it in just two days to most US locations.
Fit For Your Kit
When duty calls, you have to be ready to act fast with complete focus on your mission. That is why IcePlate comes standard with velcro straps for armor, and is even designed to accept zipties, giving you security and total peace of mind. Plus the drinking tube is at the ready to keep you hydrated all day long.
Thin But Curvy
At a mere 1" thin, each IcePlate is up to 50% thinner than traditional hydration bladders. It is also curved to fit tight with your body and minimize your profile.
Built for Battle
The flexible thermopolymer shell is designed to absorb impact and help protect you. Need proof? We went to the range and tested it behind soft armor, with incredible results. While you should never, ever wear IcePlate instead of armor, we guarantee IcePlate won't break when they are worn together.
Make Every Drop Count.
Unlike traditional hydration bladders, IcePlate is equipped with an Asymmetric Low Point Drain, ensuring you can finally drink 100% of the water you carry. Plus IcePlate stacks easily in a cooler so you can carry 30% more water in the same space - meaning huge transport cost savings for institutional mobilizations like disaster relief, war zone deployments or remote work site support.
"I’m working the Miami Dolphins Game and the heat is unbearable. The IcePlate not only kept me cool, but also provided me with a source of drinking water. After 5 hours of use, the ice melted and I drank all the water...I would recommend this product to any and every one."Officer “Q”, North Miami Beach Police Department
"I have been a police officer for 27 years, working mostly in the subways of Philadelphia. In the summer it gets very hot and humid down there, more so then on the street. I was looking for something to help keep me cool during the DNC, knowing I was going to be working some long hours (I have tried those towels but they don't work well in high humidity and they get in the way.) The IcePlate looked interesting so I figured I would give it a shot, cooling and water all in one. [It] worked great, it stayed frozen/cool for about 4.5 hours in some of the worst summer heat and humidity we have had in awhile, was comfortable to wear, fit well under my uniform and easily accessed for water. I was able to refill it when needed. I not only worked in the subway but also spent time exposed to the sun as I was also on a motorcycle for the week. My only regret is that I didn't buy two so I could swap them out and have new frozen one when needed, as we worked 16 hr. days that week."Pat S., SEPTA
I've had a chance to use it a few times on some hot ass days. It really makes a substantial difference. One other thing...we did a pretty awful workout on one training day and my back was starting to tighten up and get grumpy with me. Being able to put the IcePlate on it was perfect therapy and it felt great at the end of the day. I think you've got a good hit! I've been putting it in my cooler every day so I have it for training as well as for callouts.Aaron M., SWAT