Cheap bottle holders

J.C.Rox

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So Pingulp were like £20 for a fancy beer holder so I went on a mission and found these on the bay of e....
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I offered £2.50 a unit and bought 6 for £15. They arrived today 20170222_141347.jpg
 

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I bought some cheap ones like that on ebay a couple years back. Did something similar re drilling holes. Looked the biz, but first drunken pin session got smashed off..... Wasn't as sturdy as it looked

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Blimey Sarge, maybe your a bit rough handed after a few jars? I personally treat my pins like I treat my women......

Keep them in the garage and only turn them on when I want my balls drained :rofl::rofl:
 
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Yeah ...I was probably pulling moves like this again :cool:

Notice how I'm eyeing up Skateball to the left ...It will be mine ...and it is :cool:

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Christ I'd do myself a mischief if I tried that! Don't think I've ever seen the Legend in full length trousers!

Seriously though you have given me concern that some heavy nudging might cause the bolt heads to churn through the plastic so I'm going to hunt out some large washers and add them under. Cheers for the recon! :thumbs:
 

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They look great and a good price! 4 bottles per machine and you're in for a good night.
P.S are there any little people that are going to be upset that you snapped the wax crayon?
 

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Great alternative to them pingulp ones Jon.:thumbs:
You need a job on blue peter mate,lol
I love your blacksmith setup. (The gas hob and pliers).
The way prices are going its £2.50 for the holder and £17.50 for the gas to bend it straight :cool:
 
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This is what I use, a little more pricey at £7 from Amazon but much more versatile. Will stick to any magnetic surface, holds well, easy to remove, doesn't hurt like hell when you accidentally walk in to it, etc.
 
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i bought this type off ebay very cheap holds tins, bottles, glasses very well. it was less than £1.50. so pleased i’ve gone bought got a job lot of 20 for £1 each.

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Might give those a go. How sturdy is the plastic? - they look very like the one I tried before.... and it lasted about one session before breaking off when I caught my leg on it ! Cheap enough to try out though.

tbh I don't really drink these days so it will be almost as redundant as my sad neglected and empty Husky beer fridge I guess it might hold my tea mug

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