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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.
I got this in one of my boxes and to be honest I was disappointed. It works great. But I can open a bottle of beer with my lighter.3
A piece of wood with a bent screw or nail in it. Nothing more, nothing less. Not something I'd bring out to open drinks for guests... unless it was a bunch of beer-guzzlers meeting in the garage. Mine went straight into the garbage.1
Love this bottle opener. I'm so glad my husband got it In his box. Whenever a friend or family uses it, they always ask about it... smells of jealousy5
once again an item unable to use. could make this item myself.1
It wouldn't stay hung on the refrigerator and could hardly get it to open a bottle. Bought as a gift based upon the reviews. It has become a running joke that one could die of thirst if this were the only bottle opener. It was certainly a memorable gift, but not for the right reasons.1
I have a larger one I keep on the bar but this one has a magnet on both sides one for the bottle cap and another to stick it on the fridge. Very handy.5
It does its job as a bottle opener, but its unique look has guests asking you about it, so it serves its purpose well!4
I really enjoyed using this opener on my Dos Equis... I was growing tired of chasing flying bottle caps each time I popped one open. The magnetic catch on this opener is a definite win-win!!4
Pretty cool that the cap actually sticks to the magnet. It is a neat little opener. I bought a couple and have it on the fridge4
I get asked all the time where I got this bottle opener since it's stuck on my fridge people always find it interesting!5