Bottle Light: Rechargeable LED Cork

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Instead of tossing all of those discarded beer bottles into the trash can, why not give them a new purpose in your bachelor pad with BottleLight – a USB rechargeable light that transforms your used bottles into lamps.

The Bottle Light is shaped just like any old cork on the surface, but there’s actually a little light on the bottom half of the cork. Designed by Steve Gates, this ingenious little device works on liquor, wine and beer bottles. Really anything that it will fit inside of can be turned into a DIY light. Just plug the USB end of the light into your computer, give it about an hour to charge, and you’ve got yourself light that will last for an entire evening grill session – about 2.5 hours. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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