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BottleLoft

Do you have difficulty managing space in your fridge? Always running out of fridge space for your beer collection? BottleLoft can definitely come in handy. The ingenious contraption saves you a lot of space by simply attaching your bottles to the interior ceiling of your fridge! Each strip utiizes 3M VHB (very high bond) adhesive to securely attach to your refrigerator ceiling, and can hold 3 standard 12 oz bottles by their cap alone. Two strips are included with each BottleLoft pack, allowing you to magically levitate an entire six pack of beer in your fridge. watch the video below

Available for purchase in Europe here




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