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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.
Great product. It definitely differentiates me from my buddies when sitting around drinking beers! So far, a hit!5
looks great, feels great in the hand, works perfectly, AND has a magnet so it can hang out on the fridge. love it.5
This does what it is suppose to do. I've read a few reviews and they mention the magnet is strong enough to attach to the fridge? I'm not sure about that but it opens bottles and is simplistic, yet stylish.4
Not your ordinary bottle opener. Conversation starter5
The magnet is not really strong enough to keep the bulky bottle opener on the fridge. It's cute -- but not really worth purchase.3
This product is awesome. I can never have too many bottle openers. This is definitely one of the most unique ones I own now. Recommended buy.5
It very easy,simple bottle opener. Great for a party where it can be left of the fridge and anybody can grab it to use it.5
The bottle opener works, and its cool it has a magnet so i keep it on the fridge, but I dont think its worth the money. Its a piece of wood with a nail it it.3
This little opener is great; simple, effective, and pleasing to use. It sure beats hunting through kitchen drawers looking for the opener.5
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