Sabi makes pill organizers and other pill accessories, like the Grande Carafe. It’s a 455ml water bottle with a cap that doubles as a pill box. The only downside? It’s not dishwasher-friendly.
The Vapur water bottle can be rolled, folded or flattened when empty. It’s reusable, washable and freezable. Its carabiner makes for easy carriage on your backpack or belt loop.
This may not be the first time it has been done, but it’s nonetheless inspiring to see something as simple as a plastic soda bottle be repurposed into something much, much bigger. (Thanks, Juanjo!)
While he might not crack open 200 beer bottles in 80 seconds, we give this waiter the win on style points as he rapidly opens a whole tray of bottles with a few flicks of his wrist.
These beer bottles are the bomb, literally. Too bad Marco Manansala’s BMG-10 Black Market Goods beer bottles are still only a concept. A brewery needs to pick up on this idea and license it – now.
File this under the “why didn’t we think of this?” By combining the pop-top with the bottle cap, designer Gonglue Jiang eliminates the need for bottle openers. Of course, there is always the twist-off.
We can’t imagine how much “research” went into UVA students Ross Thomas and Elizabeth Farrell 8000 piece, 7′ x 9′ beer bottle cap rendition of Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Want to buy it? E-mail them.
Responding to the virtual standing ovation from their rendition of Flight of the Bumblebee, Lemoncurryrules is back, using more bottles – and great timing – to play Vittorio Monti’s Czardas.
By filling 101 empty beer bottles with precisely the right amount of liquid, these guys pull off a near-perfect rendition of the high-speed classic. We think they drank all the beer just beforehand.
Sit back and enjoy this performance of Scott Joplin’s ragtime classic, played entirely on bottles by the aptly named St. Luke’s Bottle Band. When you’re done, enjoy some Beethoven.
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