Rachel Neel, an intern at Marfa Public Radio, opened a new CD using
just her hands in 17.54 seconds.
Led by Zappos.com CEO Tony Hsieh, 1,577 Zappos employees and friends cut a ribbon snaking through the Zappos headquarters plaza and up to several balcony levels.
The record was set during the grand opening of the Zappos Headquarters in Downtown Las Vegas. RecordSetter Founders Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present to adjudicate the attempt. Read more about the feat here.
Mark E. opened a bottle of beer in 0.18 second using a cigarette lighter.
Art Hoffman took 31 photos dressed as Santa Claus together with Mrs. Claus at a bridge opening event in Louisville, Kentucky.
Joey Mette and Jed fit two people in one swim cap while holding it
Tim R. opened a beer bottle using his feet and a bottle opener in 27.57
Sarimah of MIX Breakfast Show at MIX fm opened an umbrella 62 times in 30 seconds.
Record Setter opened a water bottle, took a sip, and closed it in 1.55 seconds.
Rahil S. opened 60 Microsoft Windows at once.
Emily Spivack, an artist who collects used articles of clothing and
tells stories about them on her Sentimental Value blog, opened five
eBay packages in one minute.
Spivack set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society event
held at Littlefield in Brooklyn, New York. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
Simon Kirk opened a new DVD using just his hands in 17.8 seconds.
Reacute;mi Duboueacute; Dijon took 56.43 seconds to open the Google
homepage from a local mailbox.
Carl Cutler opened a package of Werther’s Original butter candies
and poured them down his own pants in 5.18 seconds.
set this record during an attempt to achieve the most world records set
in one minute. He completed this record during an episode of
Subterranean on WRLR, 98.3 FM.
Andy Pelphrey opened and closed a folding knife 13 times in 30
NOTE: This attempt can be dangerous. Please have supervision on hand.
Gary N. picked open a Master Lock No. 7 in 1.94 seconds.
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