Yes, a 'Doctor Who' Sonic Screwdriver Bottle Opener Exists
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Can you think of any better way to get all “wibbly wobbly” than by showing off your Doctor Who-inspired sonic screwdriver bottle opener at a party? We can’t, especially if your party guests are Whovians. This nerdy gadget is available at Forbidden Planet for £13.99 ($22.17 USD), which seems a bit much, especially since it doesn’t even seem like the bottle opener makes any authentic sound effects!
The bottle opener’s design is modeled after the 11th Doctor’s screwdriver, and you can complete your set with the Dalek and TARDIS companion bottle openers. But don’t stop there. Store the beers you’ve opened with your sonic screwdriver inside your TARDIS mini fridge, and serve them on these fantastic Doctor Who coasters. Then have a blast as you “IN-TOX-I-CATE."
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Now that we’ve given you some cool party ideas for the series eight premiere later this summer, Allons-y! Get yours before they’re all sold out.
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Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter@JoannaFantozzi
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