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Phone concept powered by Coke

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2010

It’s hard enough keeping our gadgets charged with electricity, but now they are stealing our Coke and will soon leave us thirsty. Chinese designer Daizi Zheng has a cylindrical Nokia straight from the future that drinks Coca-Cola to stay juiced.

All you do is unscrew the top and pour the coke in. According to Daizi a single can of Coke could last longer than a lithium ion battery by three or four times. Though I’m not sure it helps the environment any. I recently heard somewhere that a single liter of coke takes something like 800 gallons of water to produce.

Soda cup phone

Posted in Telephones by Conner Flynn on December 24th, 2008

Soda cup phoneThe Soda Cup phone is a bit more stealthy then the average hamburger phone. The cord is the only thing that gives it away as a phone. If they had made a cordless model, it would fool everybody.

Just answer this phone in front of somebody and they will feel like they are on drugs. Dude that’s a phone? At $14, you can’t afford not to buy this smiley freckle faced fake cup with weird generic Soda name.

Fizz Saver keeps the fizz in your soda

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on November 27th, 2008

Fizz Saver keeps the fizz in your sodaIf you like your soda full of fizz, and love bar style beer taps, you might want to check out the Fizz Saver. It’s not rocket science, just screw the Fizz Saver onto your 2-liter bottle of soda, put the base on a flat surface, and you’re good to go.

Instant soda dispenser. It’s for those who like their soda like Hugh Hefner likes his woman: bubbly and buoyant instead of flat. There’s no explanation as to how it keeps your drinks carbonated. Probably helps that you won’t be unscrewing the cap several times and losing carbonation.

Wine may soon come in a soda cans

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on July 20th, 2008

Wine may soon come in a soda cans
Almost anything drinkable is or has been available in can form. Wine may be next thanks to Swedish designers Jens Andersson and Jonas Forsman who have made their recyclable wine cans slightly resemble a wine bottle.

The prototypes are available for any wine companies that want to take the plunge and enter a bold new mode of distribution. They haven’t had any luck so far. Probably because the elite don’t want others to think that they are drinking some low-class carbonated beverage. How appalling.

Snap Capp: Can on bottom, bottle on top

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 27th, 2008

Snap Capp: Can on bottom, bottle on top
In our attempt to never ever have flat soda again, humanity has come up with another way to keep your drink carbonated. The Snap Capp is a little less classy then the resealable can. It’s more like the mullet of the beverage world, all business on top where it’s keeping your drink fresh, with a party on the bottom.

It’s cheap, and it keeps your drink fresh with a lid. What more can you want out of life? Fits standard 12 or 16 ounce cans and comes in several colors. A pack of 3 with cost you $10.

Resealable Can: No more flat sodas

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 21st, 2008

Resealable Can: No more flat sodas
You have to drink soda pretty fast so it doesn’t go flat, right? Not anymore. Not everyone can finish the can. It’s either drink the flat beverage or be wasteful. Ukranian inventor Johan De Broyer is a man with a love of carbonated beverages and a dream. He has come up with a neat way to re-seal cans.

His idea opens up new possibilities in advertising too. You pop the top as usual, then when you want to re-seal it, just turn the pop top tab and it completely closes up the can. That wouldn’t mean squat if it were just an enclosure, but Johan claims his invention can create a completely gas-tight and liquid-tight seal. Advertisers should love the fact that they can take advantage of the resealed top.

Fizz Cup: ice cream floats on the go

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2008

Fizz Cup: ice cream floats on the go
Summer is right around the corner and I know many people enjoy ice cream floats during the hot season. But what if you need one right now and you are nowhere near an ice cream shop or soda jerk? That’s where the Fizz Cup comes in handy.

It’s a cup that you screw onto the top of your soda bottle and fill with ice cream. And you’re done! Instant ice cream float! This right here is what the future is all about. Making tasty treats easier to consume. You can have your fancy phones and your MP3s, but this will keep you cool and quench your thirst. Ice cream float portability is a beautiful thing.

How to sneak beer past the illiterate

Posted in Humor by Conner Flynn on March 25th, 2008

How to sneak beer past the illiterate
You and I both know that “the man” has been trying to keep you separated from your brain numbing booze. He won’t let you take your precious juice into theaters, stadiums, preschools etc. How are you expected to get through the A.M.? Well now you can stick it to “the man”(Who everyone knows is illiterate) Now you can hide your beer cans in Canouflage, re-usable can wraps that make your Budweiser look like a Pepsi (Peski). The wraps cost $6 for 4.

You and your beer will never be apart again! Just act right! “The man” may not be able to read, but he knows a drunk ass fool when he sees one! Product Development really worked hard to come up with some convincing names too, like Peski, Sunkpiss and Mountain Spew.

The Neux Corp Ltd NXMP324 soda can MP4

Posted in MP4 by Conner Flynn on February 25th, 2008

soda can MP4
This might be more for those who like novelty products. Or maybe you are a fan of carbonation. This device supports MP3, WMA, WMV, WAV and ASF file formats with ID3 tags with lyrics display.

It sports an OLED screen of unknown size, a microphone and a USB 2.0 port built-in. FM radio and voice recording functionality are included, as well as seven EQ settings. Internal memory comes in 128, 256 and 512MB, and 1, 2 and 4GB. You can get it in both blue and red, presumably for those with a vote to cast in the cola wars.(Your choice of fake Pepsi or fake coke)