Monday, November 4, 2013

Jessica Rabbit Merchandise Review #65 - Magnetic Bottle Opener

The Jessica Rabbit Magnetic Bottle Opener was revealed at the D23 event. It's inexpensive, appealing, and eye catching! Should you add this to your own collection? Read on for the review!

During the D23 2013 event, a few Jessica Rabbit items were release - like the Roger and Jessica statue (in bronze and regular color), a Disney Redheads poster, art by Manny Hernandez, and a sneak peek at the 2014 Jessica Rabbit Hallmark Christmas ornament. Another item released which was not necessarily a D23 exclusive was the Jessica Rabbit Bottle Opener. However, this was an Imagineer Exclusive sold through Mickey's Of Glendale and bought at the expo.

They sold for $15.95 each and stand at 4 1/2 inches tall. It's bearing the curvy likeness of Jessica Rabbit in her most iconic pose from her Pleasure Island neon sign. As you can see, it features a fully glittered dark pink dress. The glitter is a good match to the movie from Jessica's memorable scene in the Ink and Paint Club. The metal is a gold finish and it is enamel filled, much like Disney pins. The bottom is a simple bottle opener style with her dress long enough to surround it. The back is actually a magnet, suitable to put on your fridge or any magnetic surface. It is also stamped in white with Walt Disney Imagineering Exclusive, the Disney/Amblin mark, and also some code.

There's not too much I can say about it in this review. This is one of those few Jessica Rabbit items that comes along with a simple household use. Sadly, we don't see enough items like this, so this is definitely a great surprise and worth picking up if you still see it available online. The magnet is sturdy and works well - although I have not tried to open any bottles with it. Since it serves a duel purpose, it's suitable to keep on display in your home and well worth the price.

The Jessica Rabbit Magnetic Bottle Opener gets a 5. Great price, duel function and iconic pose. There's nothing not to like except that we don't have more household stuff like this!