3D Printed Superhero Bottle Opener Rings

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Product designers continue to push the envelope when it comes to bottle openers. The latest one taps into our love for sci-fi and booze in these comic book inspired bottle opener rings.

The rings are essentially a 3D printed stainless steel contraption that feature a handful of science fiction character logos on the front, and a handy bottle opener on the back. The rings include Transformers (both Autobots and Decepticons), Batman, Punisher,  Superman, and of what would a science fiction collection be without something inspired by Star Wars? Which is exactly why the Rebel Alliance rings are part of the collection. You can scoop up any of them directly from Etsy.

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