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.
We love the simplicity of FutureRelic’s rod-shaped bottle opener. Its shape reminds us of keychain flashlights, but this tool is perfect for opening a cold brew. Available in copper-finish bronze, brass, or stainless steel, with a knurled grip. Measured 2.25″ long.
Is that a turtle in your pocket? This nifty EDC from SevDesignWorks pops open bottles with its mighty jaws, has a flat-blade screwdriver tail, holds 1/4″ bits in its mouth, and even works as an oxygen bottle wrench. Made from solid aluminum bronze and measures about 3″ long.
Snake Bite’s Key Chain Beer Bottle Opener is conveniently sheathed in smooth leather to keep its sharp teeth sheltered when you’re not cracking them open. Use it to vent cans too when pouring beer into a glass; it helps drinkability, comfort and overall experience.