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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.
Got this in my box. I think it's a pretty cool design. I tend to keep a bottle opener on my key ring though. This'll make a cool addition to my drawer of kitchen utensils. I'll try to bring it out at parties4
I have this magnetic bottle opener mounted to my fridge. It works surprisingly well, and requires far less force than other bottle openers. What's more, my wife collects unique bottle caps, and this opener pops the caps right off with almost no deformation of the bottle cap. This is one of those designs that make me go "Well duh...why didn't I think of this?"4
Lets be honest here...its a piece of wood with a bent nail. Really nothing special. Do yourself a favor and save the $14. Maybe make one.2
Rustic design that is a smooth look and is often disguised while hanging on my fridge. this is my go to for opening bottled beer. the magnet catches the cap every time.5
This bottle opener did the job. It was simple and convenient because of its small size. The magnet was a really cool add on feature. I never had to catch the bottle cap after opening a bottle like my other bottle openers. A definite buy in my eyes.4
A victory for good design, but aside from no longer tracking down errant bottle caps I can't think of why this would be a "gotta have it" for someone who can't appreciate the style of the product as well.4
It has the magnet to catch the cap and one to hold it on the fridge. Opens bottles and is accessible when I'm ready for a cold one. Nothing flashy, but has all the pieces that make it a handy tool.3
This bottle opener works fine and is different, but it really is trying too hard and is completely unnecessary. Do I really need a new bottle opener? Kind of a worthless use of real estate in the monthly box.1
I love this addition to my kitchen. I pull it out when entertaining guests and people are intrigued. I'm an engineer so when crafty products catch my eye and work as well as this one, it's a must have!4
My friends thought that I went on some Native American retreat and bought this souvenir. Solidly built, and the magnets give it a handy place to hang out.5