Kinkajou Glass Bottle Cutter

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Recycling has always been kind of a big deal, but over the past few years creative individuals have really started thinking outside of the box when it comes to reusing otherwise discarded items.

The Kinkajou Bottle Cutter is the perfect example of this.  The project recently exceeded its $75,000 goal on popular crowd funding platform Kickstarter. Just as the name of the contraption would suggest, these bottle cutters help you recycle your favorite used soda, beer and wine bottles, transforming them into a vase for flowers, or even a drinking cupped stamped with your favorite beer label. The Bottle Cutter comes paired with sandpaper to help smooth down the cut portion, making it safe for daily use. Check out the video below.

Kinkajou Glass Bottle Cutter (2)

Kinkajou Glass Bottle Cutter (1)

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