Skypak Airplane Trolley Wine & Whiskey Bars

Jan 23, 2019

Category: Living

We imagine that once the kinks get worked out on this whole utopia thing, among the perks we’ll see will be commercial flights offering nothing but complementary top-shelf wine and liquor. Until that day comes, we’ll settle for Skypak’s La Barrique Collection, which turns standard airplane trolleys into sophisticated coolers for the home.

Each piece is handcrafted in Germany using up-cycled wood from reclaimed barrels, while two temperature zones for both red and white wine offer an excellent bit of versatility. Each unit comes with sliding wooden shelves, a locking handle, and a stainless steel door with a glass window so you can gaze lovingly at your collection of spirits. Until flight attendants start bringing the free booze our way, this may be the best alternative. [Purchase]

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