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self-righting beer cooler

Weelbe style beer cooler that prevents your beer from getting spilled
 
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I always find that at parties when things get messy beer cans always get knocked over. Well - Imagine if you had a can holder (or even better, a specially designed can / glass) that is curved at the bottom and weighted like a weeble - so that spillages are minimised? I think this would be a great product, although I wouldnt be surprised it it were already baked.
harrybrig, Apr 07 2003

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       OH; _very_ cool. And you could even put a freezer gel-pack in the base and keep your beer chilled.   

       While you're at it, why not make a man-sized unit with a chest harness (PS without the cooler)?
FloridaManatee, Apr 07 2003
  

       It would certainly stop you drinking too much, after a few pints you wouldn't be able to grab the thing coz it is wobbling all over the place!
Lunartick, Apr 07 2003
  

       I guess that immediately after opening your beverage container you would need to chug half or more of your beverage so it wouldn't swish out of the opening during wobbling and possibly to weight the bottom of the container more than the top to promote even wobbling.
1kester, Apr 07 2003
  

       Not if you had a toddler mouthpiece attachment.
FloridaManatee, Apr 07 2003
  

       I was once at this posh bar in minessota where I got served a vodka cocktail in a glass that was spilt in two - the bottom half was a bowl containing iced water, and the top half was a cone (with no base) which sat in the bowl, keeping the drink cool without watering it down. great concept, not so good in practice when you walk around etc and loose the base!
harrybrig, Apr 08 2003
  

       Glasses with curved bottoms are quite baked. I sway together with my whisky glass now and then.
FarmerJohn, Apr 08 2003
  


 

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