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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 by far the coolest bottle opener I've ever owned. The magnet hold the bottle cap and it hanges wonderfully on the fridge. A must have for every man!5
Both simplistic and extremely functional, this is now my go-to bottle opener. Mystifies me why nobody thought of this before, but I'm glad they did.5
I have one now, no need to repurchase. Awesome though.5
As someone who works in the beer industry, I've seen these around. They are usually made from a more exotic wood. but this one is still just as useful.4
This was definitely a great surprise in this month's box. It is a staple already in my bar area, and I will be purchasing them as housewarming gifts for my friends in the near future.5
Pretty unique design for a bottle opener. It's made well, and worth the sample size (1). It's a little big, so it's more of something to just have around the house. It doesn't do anything different than your keychain bottle opener, so the value of the item could be debated. No need to purchase again since one is enough. It's a little overpriced, but if the design was something that appeals to you, and you need a bottle opener, this is the one for you.3
It is an effective good looking bottle opener that I can stick on my fridge. The cap catching magnet feature is a nice addition.5
Design is simple and masculine. Magnets work well. Very easy to use bottle opener5
This opener does just as it says it does and I love it! Thought it would be a little bigger, but it works and feels great in the hand. The addition of the magnets really makes for an interesting piece of hardware.5
An "Artistic bottle opener"...really?
This was my first Birchbox and I was expecting something more exiciting (or even practical) than kitschy bottle opener, coasters and a beer koozie.