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Star Wars Lightsaber Bottle Opener

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on June 2nd, 2011

What better way to open a beer than by using the force. Or at least a lightsaber. Well, now you can do just that with this lightsaber bottle opener from Thinkgeek. It’s how all of the Jedis open their beverages.

This bottle opener is around 5.5 inches long and has been modeled on Luke’s Lightsaber from Return of the Jedi. It is also an officially licensed Star Wars product. That means that you are funding one of George Lucas’ many remixes of the films.

CTRL + O Bottle Opener

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 4th, 2011

As most of our readers know, Ctrl + O is a fast way to open files on your computer from your keyboard, so if you are looking for a geeky way to open your beer, the folks over at Art Lebedev have come up with one. The CTRL + O Bottle Opener.

It may not actually open your beer any faster, but at least you will be waving your geek flag nice and high for all to see. They are available for $18 each.

Cap Storing Bottle Opener keeps caps off your floor

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on March 20th, 2011

Opening a beer or ten usually results in caps being all over the place. This is mostly due to laziness and drunkenness. Well, the new Cap Storing Bottle Opener will solve this problem. It stores your bottle caps leaving no mess on your floors and counters. The opener sits on a bottle, which is also your handle. When you pry the cap off your drink, the cap falls down into the handle.

Not sure how many it can hold but at least it helps you keep things cleaner. We’re not sure if this will actually come to market or not, but it’s a great idea.

Lightsaber bottle opener

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2010

When confronted with a beer bottle that doesn’t have a twist top, you can either use the force or use a bottle opener. With this bottle opener, you have the best of both worlds. It’s a lightsaber bottle opener that’s a replica of the one carried by Luke Skywalker in Return of the Jedi.

It’s made from stainless steel and is 5.5 inches long with a resin handle. It’s available for preorder at $17. May the force and the booze be with you, always.

Bottle opener remote is the perfect man tool

Posted in Remotes by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2010

On the weekend, when sitting in a comfy chair in our man-caves, men require two things and only two things. A remote and a bottle opener. When you put the two together, you get a tool of pure awesomeness.

The Clicker adds a bottle opener to the side of a universal remote, so you can open your brew and continue to channel surf. However this won’t help you if you drink canned beer. Too bad for you guys. I’ll be kicking back and relaxing.

Motorcycle Grip Bottle Opener

Posted in Tools by Conner Flynn on October 26th, 2009

Motorcycle Grip Bottle OpenerStop opening bottles like a sissy with your prissy and boring bottle opener. Instead get all vroom vroom on those bottle caps with this Motorcycle bottle opener. This is the manliest way to open a cool beer.

Plus this motorcycle grip bottle opener not only opens your favorite beer, it also revs up every time. Now how can you beat that? Only $7.

Bottle-opener hammer for drinking on the construction job

Posted in Tools by Conner Flynn on October 8th, 2009

Bottle-opener hammer for drinking on the construction jobConstruction sites are dangerous. That’s why we have hard-hats. I can’t think of a worse place to be drinking on the job. But this Bottle-opener hammer from Harbor Freight makes it okay to have a cold one, whether you’re staggering on scaffolding or nailing your buddy’s hand to a wall.

Don’t worry about the job. It will get done when it gets done. Bill’s head will heal from that fall and Foreman Mike didn’t really need that leg anyway. Work is so much more adventurous when the booze flows.

Cap Wrench Bottle Opener

Posted in Tools by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2009

Cap Wrench Bottle OpenerWe’ve seen tons of bottle openers around here, but this one is perhaps the manliest way to open a bottle ever. Men know two things. Opening bottles and working with tools. And since I’m a man I like to think I know a little something about both.

Craftsman’s Cap Wrench Bottle Opener is basically a opener that acts as a fulcrum and weighs a solid 0.64 lbs. It’s made from solid steel. If your buddies see you opening a beer with this thing, they are gonna know who the alpha dog is. Right tool for the right job.

Guinness Bottle Opener Cap makes getting drunk easy

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2008

Guinness Bottle Opener Cap makes getting drunk easyIt’s beginning to look a lot like a redneck Christmas…I mean how much do you have to drink during a typical day, to say to yourself, “I need that there hat!”. If you see nothing odd about this bottle opener hat, then chances are pretty good that you attend Nascar races while simultaneously courting your sister. In case it’s not obvious, the Guinness Bottle Opener Baseball Cap has a metal hook on the brim to tear off caps, and it’s officially licensed by the beer company and all.

The cap sells for $25, which isn’t too bad if you absolutely must have it. But you’re probably thinking that your teeth have done the job thus far, and they can probably open another couple hundred beers. Cuz that $25 should really go toward brew.

Thumb drive/bottle opener is actually useful

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on September 8th, 2008

Thumb drive/bottle opener is actually usefulCompleting the USB flash drive trifeca for this evening is the TrekStor drive/bottle opener. Since you already have a USB drive and you probably already have a bottle opener, why not combine the two? How many times have you found yourself opening bottle after bottle, getting blitzed while moving data around? More times then you can remember since it’s all a foggy haze.

It can store between 1GB and 16GB of data. Use it as a keychain and you’ll always have your data with you and never be thirsty. It’s not even a bad looking drive. Of course after a few beers everything is better looking, isn’t it? It will cost you about $10 when it’s released next month.

Lil’ Guppie multitool, versatile as any big fish

Posted in Tools by Conner Flynn on June 8th, 2008

Lil’ Guppie multitool, versatile as any big fish
Seems like the new generation of multi-tools have some odd designs. Much like the Spyderco Byrdwrench, the Lil’ Guppie (doesn’t that sound like what the skipper would call Gilligan in an underwater Gilligan’s Island show?) has an odd look.

The Lil’ Guppie is tiny enough to fit on your keychain, but super versatile still. The adjustable wrench can open up pretty wide for it’s size, and it’s tininess is actually an asset, letting you get into all kinds of tight areas. It also sports a razor-sharp blade inside, and it’s tail is a flat-blade screwdriver bit. Need a Phillips head? It conveniently slips right out from inside. Of course it wouldn’t be a multi-tool without a bottle opener, so it performs that duty as well.

Star Trek Enterprise bottle opener

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on April 22nd, 2008

Star Trek Enterprise bottle opener
Chances are if you have this Star Trek Enterprise bottle opener lying around your home, you probably don’t have many female friends coming over for sleepovers. I believe this particular Enterprise with the oval hole in the saucer section is inspired from that episode where Shatner’s ego blew a hole in the command deck. The same episode where Bones said, “Damnit Jim, I’m a doctor not a Tribble vet aboard a floating bottle opener.”

Obviously, if you’re a Trekkie that likes beer you’ll want to spend the $24 to open your beer with this tiny starship, get drunk, then have a toy to play with.

Beer Tracker bottle opener counts your beers

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on February 7th, 2008

Beer Tracker bottle opener
This little bottle opener has a LCD display that keeps track of how many beers you’ve opened, because as you know when you get to a certain point, you have no clue where you are, let alone how many beers you’ve consumed. You would think that constantly emptying your bladder would be some indication.

So, if you lose track and need a visual indicator of when you should stop, this little device will come to your rescue. I suppose it’s also handy if a bunch of drunks are in one room and one guy needs to brag. Note: It won’t make ugly women look better…The beer already handles that.