Heading to your buddies place to sling back a 6 pack and jive about the work week isn’t exactly a challenge.  However, if that cheap cardboard happens to rip due to leaked beer during factory to store transport, it’s likely you’ll show up with a few less beers.  And we all know this kind of accident never happens in the store as you stand amongst a sea of beers, not to mention employees.  It’s when you arrive at your destination, pull the sixer from your trunk, and rip, the beers make a dash to the concrete that lays below.

The 6 Packer is a laser cut beer bottle opener.  We suppose you could put soda in it too, but that just doesn’t seem fitting.  It’s constructed from of 3/16″ thick laser cut ply wood and assembled with 4-40 1/2″ screws and nuts.  The holes are designed to hold a wide variety of bottles, so long neck or fatty, so it won’t matter what you drink.  The 6 Packer ships unassembled, which is good, since being a man means building stuff.  Or should we say “being more of a man” means building stuff.

You can score the 6 Packer for $30, though it’s currently sold out.  If you happen to have your own laser cutter you can download the plans and make one yourself.










Christen Costa

 
Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."