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posted by cmn32480 on Tuesday November 14, @11:47AM   Printer-friendly
from the for-your-wine-not-your-weiner dept.

Submitted via IRC for OneLitreIn

Not all conversations with your mom about condoms have to end in mortification. For example: One mother and son turned a quip about rubbers into an industrious new way to save wine.

The Wine Condom, which is literally a condom stretched over the top of a wine bottle, was conceived by Laura Bartlett and her clearly well-adjusted son, Mitch Strahan.

The Dallas duo came up with the idea in 2014 after Bartlett sealed off a bottle of wine with plastic wrap secured with a rubber band. They realized it looked like a condom and their dream was born.

Their original contraption first launched that late spring/early summer. Recently, the two announced a new design for their invention, which works for different sizes of wine bottles. (Expect to see a few floating around at White Elephant Gift Exchange this holiday season.)

The device, made from food-grade silicone and sold online for $10 per six-pack, works much as you'd expect: After opening a bottle of wine, the Wine Condom can be rolled over the opening, creating a seal that prevents air from escaping.

Source: http://nypost.com/2017/11/10/forget-bottle-stoppers-wine-condoms-will-save-your-booze/


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  • (Score: 0) by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday November 14, @04:22PM

    by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday November 14, @04:22PM (#596846)

    (Expect to see a few floating around at White Elephant Gift Exchange this holiday season.)

    This didn't even occur to me, but BINGO! I'm now set. Hopefully nobody else I know have seen this article yet. I really enjoy our gift exchange because it is a very fun social event, but pretty much everyone brings a nice bottle of some sort of alcohol and there is never a "joke" present that everyone is trying to avoid (except for mine, of course).