Just to carry your precious bubbly, Rimowa has made a one-bottle champagne case with TSA approved locks


How does a connoisseur celebrate his big night in another country? By taking the excellent stuff in his life inside this really cool ‘One Bottle Case‘ by Rimowa. The luxury luggage brand realizes the world needs a nifty One Bottle Case to safely transport most wine and spirits that don’t belong wrapped in your favorite Lacoste t-shirt, nor will a shoe sleeve or towel do the trick. For pricey bottles and memorable moments, one needs something dependable like the Rimowa One Bottle Case.


It carries your bubbly with bulletproof perfection inside the sturdy exterior constructed from anodized grooved aluminum. Just like its larger counterparts, the sleek bottle case parades high-gloss aluminum corners, a black leather handle, tag, and of course, the all-important combination lock. The interiors are smartly designed using soft microfiber to help ensure the bottle is protected. Three branded removable cushions ensure the champagne stays cushioned and cool during long-haul flights.

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When a bottle of champagne and wine can cost more than a piece of jewelry, a TSA-approved lock is a must to ensure the safety of precious liquid cargo. One Bottle Case combines Rimowa’s eye-catching aesthetics and sturdy craftsmanship and packs it all with a gleaming silver exterior to justify the lofty price tag of $1,720. If Rimowa’s Personal Hand Clutch, has made it to your collection, then it is only a matter of time that the nice-looking bottle case will steak your heart too. Toast to that?

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[Available at: Rimowa]

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