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Can Stein

Fashioned from foam
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At a glance the can stein appears an authentic German stein of porcelain with intricate borders, a raised relief owl adorning a thick, full length handle and an elaborately incised pewter top, but closer examination reveals a modern twist:

This stein is made of foam. Cans fit snugly inside and benefit from the same insulating properties found in fine koozies. The top swings open wide by thumb lever and closes automatically with an elastic band.

Drink straight from the can if you like, but do so with style, and the knowledge that every last sip shall be ice cold and insect free.

- Optionally available with solid weighted base.

Shz, Mar 22 2006

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       Spring-loaded top, shirley?
methinksnot, Mar 22 2006
  

       Could be. I went with no metal parts because it will likely get wet, but a rust-proof spring would be OK.
Shz, Mar 22 2006
  

       Stop calling everyone Shirley.
notmarkflynn, Mar 22 2006
  

       +cool
xandram, Mar 22 2006
  

       Are you applying for the [methinksnot] nemesis position [nmf]?
methinksnot, Mar 22 2006
  

       (+) Can Stein what?   

       [rcarty], you know, I am such a likeable character that the position has been vacant for as long as I can remember.
You were aware that [nmf] was recruiting for a nemesis, weren't you? (linky)
methinksnot, Mar 22 2006
  

       and if it featured a certain famous equation encrusted unto its exterior it could be called...the Ein-stein - groans, but refuses to apologise. +
xenzag, Mar 23 2006
  

       //Can Stein what?//   

       Canstein, Germany.
Shz, Mar 23 2006
  

       Pass me my meershaum would you [Shz]...
wagster, Mar 23 2006
  

       But of course. No time like the present for blowing bubbles.
Shz, Mar 23 2006
  
      
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