Curtis Odom, maker of super high end, vintage styled hubs, also has a new line of drink accessories. A tribute to the 1976 Sedis opener, the Odom version is an “almost faithful copy”. A nice, solid chunk of stainless steel, this opener shows modern craft skill with a nod to the originals, and sells for $75.
Curtis’ work is extremely high end, made by a very skilled craftsman. So while the bottle opener seems fairly simple, see what happens when these skills are put to use for his equally important coffee consumption (and costs $325)…
Based on his Sweetheart hubs, these are made from machined aluminum and turned stainless steel. Simply made to hold the dripper for making pour-over coffee, it can show your vintage bicycle loving style and your good taste in brew.
Like any good bike company also offering coffee paraphernalia, Curtis offers a tamper. Turned from aluminum and stainless steel, it is “ergonomically perfect” and weighs almost a pound. It is actually the same piece of metal as the center body of his cassette hubs, the tamper is $90