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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.
This is a great bottle opener and the magnet works everytime to secure the bottle cap. This has also been a great conversation starter at parties due to it's out of the box industrial design.5
This product is cool. I love the magnet part of this opener. This is a product that I will use for years to come.4
I thought I was sick of seeing clever bottle opener ideas but I really enjoy the simplicity of this, the handsome wood look, and the dual functionality of the magnet.5
No it wont change your life or make your beer taste better but for that 2.5 seconds it takes to snap that cap off your beer theres nothing cooler and more convient than this guy. The magnet works great and you wont know hoe convenient it is til you use it!5
Ugly as sin but does the job well. I keep it on the fridge. I like how the cap stays on the magnet and doesn't fly off.3
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
Interesting concept for a bottle opener, however, it feels a little odd when opening a bottle as you have to be very careful to ensure the nail doesn't slip of the edge of the bottle cap. Neat idea but maybe it would work better with a larger nail head.3
nifty little tool, essential for the every week after work beer. it just what it is supposed to do and sticks on the fridge too. win win5
Basic but fun. Fun gadget and conversation starter to have around the house. Sleek/simple design, but its simplicity does make you wonder why you even need it at all.3
didn't really like it. The design made it difficult to use.2