Original offer details & such: 6 Bottle Tops - $10 + $6.99 S&H. BOGO: 6 Bottle Tops - $6.99 S&H.
Ever been stung by a bee at a summer picnic while taking a sip out of your pop / soda? For me, it was my mother's company picnic. Ironically, they got rid of the soda fountain taps the year before because of the bee problem. I even put the tab over the lid. Oh, ****, did that hurt.
I'll be so bold as to say I've liked Bottle Top since it first came out in 2009 (at least, that's when I first saw it). I don't drink pop like I used to. I don't drink out of cans like I used to, but I like the thought that there's a product out there that actually protects those cans because I never want to go through that again.
And if my grandmother was still alive, I'd have her use Bottle Tops instead of the paper towel & napkin wads she used to use.
If you haven't seen them by know, Bottle Tops are tops that snap on to the top of canned beverages. It looks like the top of a Gatorade bottle, but I don't care. When you put a Bottle Top on the can, the beverage inside stays contained, minimizing exposure to air. Also, it helps prevent from spilling if it's knocked over, tipped, rolled along the table...not that we recommend rolling it along the table at a passed out friend late at night :-)
According to official website bottletops.com, Bottle Top claims the following features and benefits:
- great for children
- keeps pop/soda from going flat
- keeps drink safe from bugs
- easy to clean
Order Process: We didn't find any major complaints regarding the order process. Given the volume and success of the product, we find that to be a refreshing change.
Product Performance: We found a couple complaints where people were having trouble getting the tops to attach to soda. One complaint claimed it didn't work on Coca-Cola products. Star Reviews did a video on the Bottle Top. They put the product through the rigors. Here's what they thought:
Let us know what you think!
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