Good luck inserting this thing – it’s larger in real life than on this picture. Which makes me think; could this be a huge black wine bottle without cork? Nope. Having said that, it could be used with wine, but that’s probably a bad idea. Could it be a state-of-the-art cricket bat? I’m sure Sir Donald Bradman would be turning in his grave if he read this. Maybe a trompinette, a previously unknown musical instrument? No way.
In fact, this thing also releases air, but it does so (almost) silently. This is Allonge, an invention by d-design, used to humidify your home and add a decorative touch to any room. At least, that’s what the manufacturer says. Anything else? Oh yes, it’s a nebuliser, too. Stick on the adapter and your four walls won’t only become nice and humid, but also smell lovely. Sounds a bit like the slogan for a sex toy to me. Which takes us back to the start and the inserting business. Oh and don’t forget: Filling it with win is at your own risk!
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