It’s a cold 55 degrees and cloudy on the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend, but that didn’t stop me from finishing the design of a wine caddy for the beach. The long legs are designed to sink into the sand, while the cut outs in the top hold a bottle of wine and two glasses. Disassembled, it lays flat; the legs detach and store inside the tray and it easily fits inside a backpack.
As a beach (and wine) lover…let me just say. …Home Run!
Whoa! Way cool and innovative!
A most excellent design! Now you just need a box to hold the wine, glasses, and stand that fits a backpack?
What a great design! So elegant.
Looks like a winner
I never would have though of that… I don’t think I’ve ever been on a beach where booze was legal!
Then you should plan a trip the US Virgin Islands! No open carry laws, just don’t be drunk. Everybody other than a church sell booze and gas stations have bottle openers to open your beer for you. At a bar with a glass and want to leave, ask for a carry cup and go on your way.
Takes a while to get used to and gives me trouble when I go back home and forget.
I would be more worried about broken glass on a beach than drunks.
I have some glasses similar to these:
Unbreakable Wine Glasses
Safe for beach and concrete/tile floors. Most people pickup and carry their glass bottles back to the car for disposal at home. The rest use plastic (red) cups. Except for a few, not too many drunks. I guess because its not a big deal (prohibited) to drink in public. Not much teen drinking either (more cannabis which is prohibited)
On most of the beaches we frequent (CT, MA, NC, VA) glass is prohibited so we’d need plastic wine bottles (we have plastic wine glasses from camping ).
Fantastic! Looks great and seems to function perfectly.
Well - Sun on the beach - that came out beautifully ! Beach can also be the woods, grass, not just sand for this stand ( although it is pretty beachin !) !! Well done!
But then it is spelled Beech
Very nice wine & glass stand.