5 Things You Didn't Know About Stanley's Impossible Bottles

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5 Things You Didn't Know About Stanley's Impossible Bottles

An impossible bottle is a type of mechanical puzzle. The term refers to any bottle containing an object that does not appear to fit through the bottle's mouth, particularly, a sealed deck of playing cards. Impossible bottles have been around for many years. Nowadays a small group of people worldwide are learning the art of impossible bottle making. It is a difficult and frustrating process and much secrecy surrounds the methods used.

These bottles are pieces of art that can inspire many ideas right and are a reminder that the impossible is in fact possible. Here are 5 things you didn't know about Stanley's Impossible Bottles:

1. Stanley’s Impossible Bottles are non-tampered with. 
There is no glass blowing or heating used on the bottles.

2. Stanley’s Impossible Bottles fit a deck of cards perfectly. 
They don’t move inside of the circular glass milk bottles.

3. All bottles come with a cork that has Stanley's logo burned into it to ensure authenticity.

4. Stanley’s Impossible Bottles have a factory sealed deck inside with the original cellophane and seal on every deck.

5. It takes me 30 min to make a bottle! 
In terms of complexity, Art of Play decks are the easiest, because their decks are all boxed up and cellophaned with a different company, not USPCC. USPCC and Cartamundi are also staight forward, while other companies have completely different methods like EPCC, Hanson Chien, and Legends all have a different method to make them from USPCC but difficulty wise isn’t that hard compared.

These bottles are definitely a great gift for anyone and can lift up all spirits and cause a sense of wonder in their heads! The sole meaning behind this art is what makes it worth every penny. Check it out on stanleyimpossiblebottles.com

5 Things You Didn't Know About Stanley's Impossible Bottles Reviewed by Ivan on 8/22/2019 Rating: 5

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