Areaware Dipped Bottle Opener

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.

Areaware Dipped Bottle Opener
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coolest bottle opener out there

I received this is my very first box and used it right away. great look and a cool conversation piece. I leave it stuck to the fridge for quick use. Every beer guy needs this opener!

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Simple, but excellent

When my first box contained this bottle opener, I began to question whether BirchBox was truly for me. All questions stopped the moment I used it. Yes, it is a very simple design. It goes a lot deeper than that, though.

I always have trouble finding my bottle opener when I need it, but with the magnetic back to this one, it never leaves the front of the fridge. The magnet on the other side catches your bottle cap and prevents it from flying across the room and into some nether corner. A+

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So simple, yet so cool!

This bottle opener is very simple when you start looking at it construction, yet it is so cool! Had it out for an Easter party and people loved using it.

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okay i guess

A little over the top for a bottle opener. The style is nice and it gets the job done. The cap stays on when you open up a bottle so that is a plus.

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Very helpful.

This bottle opener is a great idea. Doesn't stand out as an eyesore on the refrigerator at all, and works easily and just as it claims. I don't know that I'd pay $14 for it normally, but it's definitely useful.

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does the job

It is nice that it has a magnet to attach to metal. It does the job fine. and unique design. easy to use.

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Pretty Nifty

This bottle opener is pretty nifty. It has two magnets: one on the top to stick to the fridge, one on the underside to catch the bottle cap - both work well.

My only complaint is that he head of the nail is a little too small and sometimes it can be difficult getting the cap off the first time.

Overall, a good product.

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Bottle Opener

A very unique tool for opening bottles. It's a center piece for my bar area. I love that the tool has a magnet. Great look as a statement piece for one's bar set.

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Great design

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 parties

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very useful, and alwayds on hand

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?"

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