This fun wall-mounted bottle opener from Leroy Woodworks doesn’t just catch your bottle caps, it sends them down a Pachinko/Plinko-style pegboard so you can bet on where they’ll land. Set up shot glasses, and turn it into a drinking game. Available with custom artwork too.
We love the unique and minimal modern design of this solid metal opener from Croatia’s VAU. The triangular structure provides strength and leverage, and its flat base allows it to stand as a countertop sculpture when not in use. Choose from aged brass or satin silver finishes.
Celebrate your home state every time you pop open a cold one. Brandon and Erin Spangler’s handmade bottle openers are shaped like each of the United States. They’re plasma-cut from steel and finished with black oxide. Sizes vary based on the shape of your state of choice.
It sounds like a Latin animal species name, but this carbon fiber wallet card pops bottles open with ease, and doubles as a short ruler. While we wish the hex-shaped openings were usable as wrenches, they appear to be strictly aesthetic. But for opening bottles, it’s perfect.
The perfect addition to any toolbox or workbench, this bottle opener has a screwdriver style handle so you can store it amongst your tools, then pop open a cold one after a long day working on projects. Features a cushioned handle and a durable stainless steel blade.
You never know when you’ll need to pop open cold one, so always be ready with this stainless steel bottle opener that stashes neatly in your wallet. Plus, you get a two pack, so you can give one to a friend, or just keep a spare on hand. Save 22% in The Awesomer Shop.
When it’s quitting time, pop open a cold one right at your desk with this oversized office supply. Designed to look like a giant paper clip, Fred’s sturdy zinc alloy bottle opener will be on hand to do the job right. Just don’t let anyone steal it from your cubicle.
Like putting our pants on one leg at a time, we’re used to doing the same with our beer bottles. But if you’ve got guests over, you can pop open six bottles at once with this clever bottle opener design from Dim Sum Club, currently being funded over on Indiegogo.
This handy pocket tool is made from lightweight and durable 0.125″ thick carbon fiber, and not only pops open bottles with ease, but has 1/4″, 5/16″, 3/8″ and 7/16″ wrench cutouts, and a 1/4″ hex bit holder, making it more versatile than your average bottle opener.
Areaware says its latest bottle openers were “inspired by Norse mythology and Medieval history.” But we wouldn’t be surprised if the verbal pun came up before the visual one. Either way, these are cool tools to have. You can order both designs as one set to get a small discount.
Do you still open bottles with two hands? What are you a caveman? The Gropener is a precision-engineered bottle opener which lets you easily pop bottle caps with one hand. It’s made from anodized aluminum, and has a rare-earth magnet for sticking it to your fridge.
The perfect EDC tool to hang from your bag, this versatile gizmo includes a spoon, fork, bottle opener, US and metric rulers, imperial and metric wrenches, carabiner, flat head screwdriver, nail puller, bit holder and a metric ruler. In black or natural stainless steel finishes.
Next time you need to open a bottle of wine, skip the ordinary corkscrew, and reach for this bottle opening weapon. This oversized gun fits around the neck of wine bottles, and removes corks in seconds when you squeeze the trigger. Sadly, it doesn’t fire the cork out of its barrel.
FosterWeld’s distressed steel belt buckle features an abstract skull with a couple of screwy lop-sided eyeballs. But there’s a reason for the crazy hex eyes. The bigger one doubles as a bottle opener. Also available in a leather belt/buckle combo for $49.
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