Suarez Bottle Opener iPhone Case

Jan 18, 2016

Category: Gear

How does one mark the biggest ban in World Cup history? By, um, incorporating it into your iPhone case!

Uruguay’s Luis Suarez took a bite out of Italy’s Giorgia Chiellini a couple of weeks ago, and that’s all the time it took for the folks at TopLAD to come up with this design. But instead of a penalty, now you can use Suarez’ naughty mouth to pop open a cold one, as it doubles as a stainless-steel bottle opener. The slip-resistant rubberized coating absorbs the shocks, the ribbed inner design keeps pressure off the phone when opening a bottle, and the sealed, moisture-proof case is made of hard-shell plastic—just like Suarez’ head. The slightly raised front edge also protects your screen. We have a hunch Chiellini won’t be ordering one. [Purchase]

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