Adamantini Indestructible Martini Glass

Jan 18, 2017

Category: Gear

Ultron’s outer shell. Wolverine and Sabretooth’s skeleton and claws. You name it. The fictional metal Adamantium has only really appeared in the most violent of forms in comic books and films. We still think that the Adamantini glass from Wolfram Manufacturing has more than earned it’s name.

Why is that? For starters, this thing was machined from a solid 25 pound billet of stainless steel. This makes the Adamantini a seamless and nearly bulletproof cocktail glass built to withstand anything you throw at it and then some. Weighing over a pound and holding up to 8 ounces of the good stuff, it is an ideal addition to your personal bar cart. It’s hard not to imagine James Bond wouldn’t have benefited from having a few of these around seeing all the trouble he gets into after taking a sip or two of a martini. He probably could’ve used it as a weapon. Prices are set at a super-villainous $200. [Purchase]

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