Last Call: Invention is a Mother Edition

Seat Belt Bottle Opener
There may be worse ideas than a bottle opener that prevents the use of your seatbelt, but right now I can’t think of any that are more refreshingly dangerous.
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  1. 0A5599 Avatar

    Well, realistically, if you need a bottle opener in a car, it’s for a beer. Cokes are either going to be in cans, in twist off plastic bottles, or Mexican bottles already opened before you leave the restaurant/convenience store.

    1. caltemus Avatar

      See this is still useful to turn off the airbag alarm for when a 24 rack is riding shotgun

      1. dead_elvis, inc. Avatar
        dead_elvis, inc.

        Heresy. You gotta belt precious cargo into the seat for its own protection.
        However, a guy can’t have too many bottle openers. What if you don’t have a lighter, or teeth?

        1. Sjalabais Avatar

          There are other time honoured methods. You carry a sable, right?

        2. 0A5599 Avatar

          Ask your girlfriend to open it.

          1. Tiberiuswise Avatar

            Prolly fake, but so what.

          2. dead_elvis, inc. Avatar
            dead_elvis, inc.

            I was expecting this:

  2. Tiberiuswise Avatar

    I spent a couple hours last Friday with a Battery Booster riding shotgun. If these stopped the seat belt alarm, it would have been worth it.

  3. Sjalabais Avatar

    During a trip to the city yesterday I saw an AMG G, an XJS, a couple of other over-powered and interesting cars. But the VISIT I deemed picture worthy was this classic illustration of why ease of entry and ride height for gravel roads didn’t require SUVs in the old days, but do today…nothing new, still neat to look at:

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