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Using your teeth to open a beer bottle displays your skills and resourcefulness, except that it’s almost guaranteed to result in a trip to the dentist. Better to wield a piece of clever craftsmanship like this bottle opener. With a streamlined design, the opener has a built-in magnet that keeps caps from going flying and also lets you affix it to your fridge so it’s there when you need it.
It opens bottles okay, though it's not always obvious to your guests how to use it. The magnet is okay for holing caps, but only holds it on the fridge if you put the nail over the top edge. It's mostly for style.2
While I understand the masculine appeal of this item, I can bend a nail in a piece of wood myself, for far less than the price of this item.2
Love the look of this. Interesting stylish looks make me not mind having it on my fridge. Slight problem there though, the magnet isn't strong enough to stick to the fridge like advertised.2
didn't really like it. The design made it difficult to use.2
I thought this product was very interesting due to its rustic look. However, i feel like everyone already owns a bottle opener2
A cool hip design artsy and unique more of a convo piece not something i would use all the time. It looks great on the fridge and works well smmoht and comfortable.2
When I stuck it on my refrigerator it didn't wanna stay. It slid down and barley hung on. When I opened and shut the door it fell off.2
wasn't sure what this was. it's simple. i will try it. will use on my boat.2
In review of this item, while this item is nice, well constructed and has a thoughtful feature (the magnetic cap holder), it appears to attempt to reinvent something that has already been masterfully produced with such ease and simplicity.
The item is a touch small for my hands and as a result, prying it against the bottle was much more difficult than the larger, more leveraged designs.
The selling point on this is the random nail in wood feature and the magnet. If you stick it to the fridge, it does that wimpy, slow slide down the side of the fridge. It'll pop the top, but the magnet's hit rate on catching the top wouldn't get it in the major leagues. For a product featuring a bent nail and piece of wood, it's surprisingly wimpy.2