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Bottle Cap Catcher Opens Bottles, then Plays Catch with Caps

by Shane McGlaun
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We really like cool and interesting design concepts around here, and this Bottle Cap Catcher from designer Stefano Di Lollo is very cool. The thing is a bottle opener for your frosty adult beverages. I guess it will open that yummy root beer that comes in bottles too.

The bottle opening part is just what you expect and will pry those lids off your bottle with ease. The cool factor comes in the handle of the opener that is made to catch those caps. Generally those caps end up on the ground or sitting on tables where your friends happen to be drinking, but not with this thing. The caps slide down in to the handle/container after you open the bottle.

This is the perfect thing for the sort of drinker that likes to be able to give the complete rundown on how many of what beer they drank in any given night. There is no word on when or if this concept will hit stores for you to buy. The concept isn’t complex and looks very doable to me.

[via YankoDesign]

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