Luchador Bottle Openers
Okay, okay, so you’ve been banned from ever attending any more Mexican Wrestling matches…for life. (How were you to know those sharp, pointy taco edges would be so lethal?) Fret not. Now you can reenact your favorite wrestling moves with every Hemp Ale, Whales Tale Pale Ale, and Noche Buena Beer you open, thanks to these Luchador Bottle Openers ($18.00). Brought to you by the fun-loving company Kikkerland, each bottle opener is a mini wrestler applying an awesome lock (Headlock, Scissor Lock, Pile Driver–three of your personal favorites) to hold your bottle and free your beer. Designed by Andres Lhima as part of the Mexico Design Challenge, these ferocious little muchachos are made of stainless steel and ABS with a rubberized coating, and come in blue, red and black. Take a gamble when you order, as you never know which lock or color will show up. But as in Mexican Wrestling, being surprised is really just part of the fun.
Constructed from stainless steel with a locking catch, this baby swirls, flashes and scares the bejesus out of foes like a real butterfly knife.
Have Your Beer Flash Before Your Eyes
Ever since you completed your advanced MMA training (just for fun), and registered yourself as a deadly weapon, you donated most of your knives to charity (except the Jagdkommando Tri-Dagger—that thing is just sweet). If you miss the feel of a butterfly knife in your hands, try this instead: the Butterfly Can Bottle Opener ($10.00). Constructed from stainless steel with a locking catch, this baby swirls, flashes and scares the bejesus out of foes like a real butterfly knife, but instead of opening someone’s main artery, you’ll be cracking open a case of Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale. Which is way less messy, and a much better way to spend your Saturday night than finding a place to stash a body.
Bike To The Future
You may not know an eccentric scientist named Emmett, but that doesn’t mean your aspirations to travel back in time are any less legit. If you were given the chance to ride in the Delorean, you’d invest all your money in apple, forbid your younger self to wear Hammer Pants, and start up a social network site before Zuckerberg was even born. Well, here’s your chance. The Delorean is back, but this time as a bike. Officially sanctioned by the Delorean Motor Company, the bike features a stainless steel, Italian-made Columbus XCR tube frame, a belt drive transmission, an 11-speed internally-geared hub, disc brakes, a carbon fork and a luminescent wheel coating that glows in the dark. The Anyday model is available now with two more models on the way. No word yet on whether or not they’ll hit 88 mph.