Blitzen, A Car Rooftop Beverage Chiller

December 15, 2017

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This is Blitzen, a coming soon roof-mounted beverage chiller (NOTE: for cold-weather use only, although product also works in the summer as a beverage warmer for those who prefer their beer steaming hot) made to hold a bottle of wine or growler of beer. It attaches to your vehicle's roof with 100-pound magnets and keeps a bottle secure with a ratchet-style fastener. Of course, with no locking mechanism, that means at the next redlight that your beer = my beer. Now that's something I can cheers to.

Keep going for what a bottle of wine would look like on your roof.

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Thanks to ALAN, who chills his beer the old fashioned way: casting a witch's tit cooling spell.

  • Munihausen

    Classy.

  • Dao

    The same people should run a hose from their tailpipe in through a side window to keep their foraged-mushroom artisanal toast warm.

  • sizzlepants

    As if the people who buy growlers aren't annoying enough about their beer. Their -artisanal- beer.

  • Chris Clark

    Piss, bitch, moan....people like things...boo hoo.

  • Piss, bitch, moan... people don't like things you do... boo hoo.
    http://25.media.tumblr.com/...

  • Chris Clark

    Pretty much.

  • The_Wretched

    And for folks who don't like their drinks shaken and vibrated to the nth degree?

  • GeneralDisorder

    Do you think this would shake it any more than putting it inside the vehicle?

  • Chris Clark

    How do you normally get beer home from the store? I mean, all kegs, bottles, cans, and growlers end up in a car, bike, or subway ride home anyway. Not too different here.

  • Jenness

    Warning - attempting to open this after driving might result in an explosion that takes your head off.

  • Talon184

    Also useful here in Houston to heat your morning coffee.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Well, in Houston you can use a flamethrower as an air conditioner.

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