Sodavalve from dijangin will help ease your bottle opening frustrations!
the device is available in two models that appear as miniature representations of forms seen throughout time: a steering wheel and a kitchen sink handle. these are geometries that have been replicated and reproduced because they work with an understanding of the human hand, enhancing any grip applied to them. in addition, the designers have realized that they provide another layer of functionality. based on the observation that carbonation constantly leaks through the rim of a bottle in small increments, the wide ring structure of the ‘sodavalve’ can establish a based when turned upside down to fully seal its contents and thus, prevent the beverage from turning into flat sugar water.
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