Drinking beer and behaving like a total slob go hand in hand, so why bother getting off your backside to fetch another cold one? Just call upon the incredibly silly services of the R/C Drinks Cooler.
Beer Bot at the Barbeque
Specifically designed to expedite the delivery of cold lager to waiting mitts, this nifty battery-operated ice bucket is the ultimate in decadence for any self-respecting layabout. Simply fill it with ice, bung in the beers (or, heaven forbid, something non-alcoholic) and relax as you dispatch its lagery contents to fellow boozers (up to 30ft away) via a bottle top inspired handheld transmitter.
Featuring four sure-grip wheels, the R/C Drinks Cooler is capable of transporting up to twelve bottles or ten cans forwards, backwards, left and right, so you can whizz beers in any direction without having to ask your scantily-clad supermodel grape-danglers to give it a helping hand. Friends will be amazed by both your indolence and your ingenuity as you manoeuvre this sturdy R2D2-esque vehicle around your pad. It's the ideal way to show off at summer soirees. Who needs catering staff when you've got a hi-tech droid butler?
Not magic after all
In our expert opinion the R/C Drinks Cooler is one of the most pointless yet indispensable gadgets we've ever seen. And that's precisely why you must buy one immediately. After all, you don't really need a ballroom above the casino on your yacht but it's fun nonetheless. The point being, self indulgence is where it's at.
Compacts for storage
So what are you waiting for? The beers are ready to roll, hurry up and hit the Buy button. Or if you're really posh, get your butler to do it for you. Then fire him. Cheers!
This product can only be delivered to addresses within the EU.
Holds enough beer to be just sober enough to refill it once you've emptied it once, and does keep stuff nice and cool.
Also got a pack of sweets with it for some odd reason. So if there is now a sweet theft mystery at firebox they will be exiting me in about 6 hours if you want them back :). David McCausland, Bedfordshire UK - 10th March 2009
It is pretty cool...holds a decent amount of beer but it is loud as all hell. Christian, Johnstown, PA - 6th February 2009