Have a firefighter in the family? These bar tools from Halligan Bottle Openers make a great gift for our valiant first responders. The set includes a bottle opener that looks like a tiny Halligan pry bar, and a corkscrew that resembles a pickaxe. They come with red or black handles, and can be personalized for $10 extra.
THE BEST Bottle Openers
Forged and hand-polished from stainless steel, the HALO is both a work of minimalist modern art and a functional bottle opener. It can rest on a bottle’s neck when not in use, and has two ridges on its underside which can pop off a bottle cap. In PVD gold, black oxide, or polished stainless 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.
Victorinox’s special-purpose knife is a great everyday carry for wine lovers. It’s got a 5-coil corkscrew that’s long enough to cleanly extract corks, a straight-edged locking blade, bottle opener, and a foil cutter. Its wooden handles are available in olive or walnut, and can also be engraved.
If you often find yourself in need of lip balm, Screwpop’s accessory would be a great addition to your keychain. It features a stainless steel clip that firmly holds most standard tubes, while still providing access to its advancer knob. As a bonus, it has a flip-out bottle opener blade.
Farmer Customs‘ machined metal bottle opener is the perfect keychain companion. It’s got a sleek, yet pragmatic design that allows it to hang a keys from either end, and clips easily onto your belt or pants pocket. Available in aluminum, stainless steel, brass, copper, or titanium for the ultimate in strength.
DV8’s unique bottle opener pays tribute to famed A-10 Warthog fighter plane, bearing its menacing teeth at bottle caps this time. Each one is precision CNC machined from a solid billet of aircraft-grade aluminum. Engraving is available direct from DV8 for an extra 10 bucks.
This titanium keychain accessory combines three useful functions in one tiny tool. It offers a bottle opener, flat and phillips screwdrivers, all in a tool that’s just under 2″ long and nestles neatly between your keys. Comes in raw titanium and a variety of anodized color finishes.
Discommon’s bottle opener is the most expensive opener we’ve featured, but it’s a beautiful work of art for the everyday carry aficionado. Thanks to precision machining, they were able to perforate its grade 5 titanium body, then hand-stitched leather in place for an elegant grip. Choose from orange/satin or navy/shiny finishes.
Try opening a beer with your jaws, and you might chip a tooth. Try with a pretzel, and you’ll get a pile of crumbs. But Fred’s Beer Pretzel has a proper bottle opener built into its bottom, assuring you of a properly opened bottle every time. It also doubles as a chip clip.
Hockey players are notorious for some of the most spectacular scrums in professional sports. Let’s memorialize it with Buffalo BottleCraft’s bottle opener. Each is made from an authentic standard size hockey puck, and has a magnet to catch your bottle caps.
This multi-functional, light-duty hand tool is the perfect thing to keep in your car trunk or kitchen utility drawer. It combines a ratcheting screwdriver and nut driver with multiple bits, and doubles as a hammer and a bottle opener. It comes with a bonus flex extender for reaching difficult spots.
Want to leave a memorable impression with your clients and prospects? MyMetalBusinessCard will whip you up some awesome looking 1.5mm thick stainless steel business cards with a built-in bottle opener and an optional magnetic back. They’re not cheap, but they also won’t end up in the bin like other cards.
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. They also sell some handsome leather belts if you need one to go with.
Westwell’s modern belts incorporate interchangeable tools into their buckles. The Voyager packs flat-blade and phillips screwdrivers on the tips of its fastener bars, as well as wrenches and a bottle opener on its main section. The minimal Clicker incorporates a magnetic hex bit holder and a bottle opener.