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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. Would recommend as a small gift or stocking stuffer, for sure.4
The design is great. It works well and is great to have around. The magnets are functional.5
A modern and minimal approach to a bottle opener. Though it has some nice features such as the magnet on the back to keep it on a fridge as well as another magnet to catch bottle caps. Definitely a nice find in this month's box. Wish the magnets were a bit stronger though.4
This is a clever take on a bottle opener. So clever that it's almost unrecognizable for what it is. I suppose that's a novelty or a negative. It's not exactly attractive, but the fact that it holds the bottle cap with a magnet is a nice feature. The only issue is that unfortunately it's hard to use correctly and must be oriented a particular way to work. Kind of defeats the purpose of the product. Openers should take little thought to use.3
While this opener works great on beers, the magnet doesn't really hold the weight of the opener to the refrigerator too well. It tends to slide. But the purpose of it works just fine.3
This is a nifty little bottle opener. A lovely minimalist design. I wish it were slightly larger, the proportion is slightly off when you're holding it in your hand.4
This product is amazing. When I pull a brew out of the fridge, there it is ready and willing to provide its service. And the beauty of it is it doesn't even bend the cap.5
Didn't know what this item was to look at it but definitely good looking and sleek once I found out what it was. Works fine but a little tricky for the tweens when opening their soda from Mexico.3
I like this. It is clever, functional and gets the job done. The only downside is that the magnet on the non-nail side isn't strong enough to cling to my fridge. I think two separate magnets of differing strength would help alleviate this.4
An interesting and elegant solution, but the magnet could be stronger -- slides down my refrigerator a few inches after I place it.4