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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 very interesting bottle opener. Works great on a beer thats' all you need it to do. Interesting design, looks cool but it's not an immature bottle opener.5
Useful and fun, really liked this a lot, nice quality, looks like a recycled hanger which makes it interesting.5
This is a great bottle opener. The magnet on the top keeps it on the fridge, and the magnet on the bottom grabs hold of those pesky impediments to drinking, the bottle caps. Simple, fun design, and really durable. It gets a workout at my house!5
This bottle opener works great, and I've already had a couple friends ask about it. I plan on buying a couple as gifts this year.5
I received this in my Birchbox a year or so ago and I use it all the time. It has a unique look to it and a great conversation piece too.5
It's simple in design, but still attractive, and gets the job done. I really just like how it looks on my refrigerator. Masculine and unique.3
I've managed to acquire a few of these and they are the perfect bottle opener. Bespoke design and function, not to mention they look great too5
It opens bottles okay, though it's not always obvious to your guests how to use it. The magnet is okay for holing caps, but only holds it on the fridge if you put the nail over the top edge. It's mostly for style.2
Repeat item, got one free from the bonus shop but it's really cool. a bottle opener that gets attention.4
While I understand the masculine appeal of this item, I can bend a nail in a piece of wood myself, for far less than the price of this item.2