Tag Archives | Bikini

Solar Bikini Charges You Up

Solar Bikini

Apparently, not only is this solar bikini real, but it’s going to be available for pre-order soon.

The bikini itself is made from 1″ x 4″ photovoltaic film strips that have been sewn together with conductive thread, terminating in a 5 volt regulator with female USB connector. All told, it pumps out enough juice to charge an iPod while you relax in the sun and soak up the rays.

(The male version, called the iDrink, will put out enough power to charge a custom cooled drink coozy.)

[Solar Bikini via Ecouterre]

…Audrina Patridge likes bikinis and burgers?

Audrina Patridge Bikini Burger

First there was Paris Hilton, then Padma Lakshmi, and now Audrina Patridge from The Hills, Playboy and, oddly enough, PETA, is the latest to put burger in her face for Carl’s Jr.

Sure, you probably can’t eat more than a bite of burger every year or so and still look like that in a bikini, but who’s worried about the details?

Edit: Here’s the final spot:

[Via: AdFreak]

…Skinny Blonde is a beer with body?

Skinny Blonde

Skinny Blonde is an Australian beer that features some rather… unique packaging.

On each bottle, there is a picture of a blonde babe in a red bikini, and when the bottle heats up, the bikinis come off and you’re left holding a bottle with a topless hottie on it.

The website is also rather… unique, since you can preview each skinny blonde before buying the actual bottle. There’s also a staring competition, though I’m guessing you can figure out how that will end.

[(NSFW) Skinny Blonde]

[Via: Adverblog]

…Bar Refaeli is the 2009 Swimsuit Edition cover model?

Bar Refaeli

Hot on the heels of Marisa Miller’s appearance, Bar Refaeli has been given the honor of gracing the cover of the 2009 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition.

As expected, this year’s issue packs quite a few girls in, but not a lot of bikini, and Danica Patrick even makes an appearance to further remove herself from the sport that she’s supposed to be good at.

[Sports Illustrated – 2009 Swimsuit Edition]

…The Geekini has buttons in all the right places?


I’m honestly surprised that John Nouanesing’s Geekini is not something that already exists.

The concept bikini, which features strategically placed buttons from the original Nintendo control pad, is sure to send any geek’s heart fluttering, and is a definite win at the next gaming convention.

[John Nouanesing]

[Via: Kotaku]