InventHelp Inventor Develops Convenient Caffeine Indicator Device (DCD-340)

PITTSBURGH, March 27, 2024 ~ Chevy Chase, Md. - An inventor from Chevy Chase, Md. has come up with a solution to the common problem of not knowing whether a drink contains caffeine or not. The inventor, who wishes to remain anonymous, was tired of experiencing sleepless nights after accidentally consuming caffeinated drinks. This led them to create the CAFFEINE OR NOT?, a patent-pending invention that provides an effective means of determining the caffeine content in a drink.

The idea behind the invention is simple yet ingenious. By using the CAFFEINE OR NOT?, users can immediately know whether a drink is caffeinated or decaffeinated before consuming it. This eliminates any guesswork or confusion and provides added peace of mind for those who are sensitive to caffeine.

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The design of the CAFFEINE OR NOT? is user-friendly and can be easily used in various settings such as coffee shops, restaurants, and households. It also has the potential for design variations to cater to different needs.

The original design was submitted to InventHelp's Washington D.C. sales office and is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. For more information on how to obtain this innovative invention, interested parties can contact InventHelp at their address: 100 Beecham Drive, Suite 110, Pittsburgh, PA 15205-9801 or call (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368.

InventHelp is known for its Invention Submission Services which help inventors bring their ideas to life. To learn more about this service and how it can benefit aspiring inventors, visit With the CAFFEINE OR NOT?, people can now enjoy their favorite drinks without worrying about staying up all night.
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