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Bike Mounted Bottle Opener


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i have a lighter wich opens my heineken beer!
#1 Mitchell Jetten on 2010-08-08 11:28 (Reply)
So you can smoke, drink & ride your bike all at the same time?
#1.1 Duann on 2010-08-08 13:56 (Reply)
no its systemmatic:

when your riding your bike,, get your beer,,, get your lighter,, open the beer,,, and drink,,, bottle empty? throw it away, and enjoy your sigarette after the drinking!
#2 Mitchell Jetten on 2010-08-08 14:10 (Reply)
I'm HOPING that this will not be used while still sitting on the sadle.
'Cause that would lead to a few problems;
1: Bottlecaps strewn along the same path that you usually ride your bike.. bad for the tires.

2: Sticking a bottle "up your bum" while riding a bike is not only unsafe but it might also look a bit... odd..

Nice design though! :-D
#3 Tommy Strömgren on 2010-08-09 05:47 (Reply)
Heya Tommy,

The second problem may solve the first?

#3.1 duann scott on 2010-08-09 05:56 (Reply)
You guys still have bottle tops that aren't screw tops ? Seriously, you still have to have bottle openers for your drinks ??? Do you also have wind up phones with cords you have to plug in ?? Golly, what country are you lot in....its 2011 !!!
#4 william Llewellyn on 2011-01-28 21:10 (Reply)
Good beer still comes without screw tops. The screw tops are more prone to allow air into the bottle so many companies that make high quality beer refrain from using screw tops. You obviously do not drink beer, so please stop talking about it.
#4.1 spanio12 on 2011-02-26 21:05 (Reply)

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