Jabiru Bottle Top Stems

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

While cutting bottles may not be a new concept, the innovative design of the Kinkajou bottle cutter made it easy for anyone to chop the top of their favorite bottles to create an everyday drinking glass. If you thought the Kinkajou was great before, wait until you see the Jabiru Bottle Top Stems.

After a successful run with his first bottle cutter, product designer Patrick Lehoux is back with another amazing concept. Used in conjunction with the Kinkajou, the Jabiru transforms that top portion of the cut bottle into glass stemware. This ingenious little contraption fits right into the opening of the bottle (fitting 90 to 95 percent of all bottles) providing a leak free seal.  Lehoux is currently seeking funding Kickstarter.

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