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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 like it. Looks good, feels good, and works well enough. The magnets are nicely convenient. It's a good man's bottle opener.4
Liked the overall design. Creative, but wished the color of the wood was darker.4
There was worth the box by itself. Sticks to the fridge so I don't lose it and looks classy as well. Definitely worth the price and would buy for a friend.5
it's not anything special or great - kind of cute, but doesn't stay on my fridge with the magnet. the product works fine, though.3
Full marks in all fields. Bonus points, in fact, as I am actually a carpenter, so the bent nail suits.
I don't drink much beer, but you cant live without a bottle opener, so why not make it this one?
At first sight the bottle opener is a cool and very well designed product. It can spark conversations or just be shown off to friends. However, the product is just a bottle opener and the magnet really isn't powerful enough for it to stick to the fridge. Not worth purchasing the item, but definitely a great addition to the Birchbox.3
This here is a bottle opener about as manly as they come. It has three parts: wood, a nail and 2 magnets. It sticks on your fridge and catches the discarded bottle caps. Pretty freaking cool.4
The bottle opener works well like an other opener. It is convenient having it on my fridge at all times, instead of having to hunt one down.4
wasn't sure what this was. it's simple. i will try it. will use on my boat.2
Magnets on both sides. One to catch cap and the other to post it on a metal slab of some sort.4