Awesome Bottle Openers

PuckOpener Bottle Opener

PuckOpener Bottle Opener
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Buffalo Bottle Craft scoops out the middle of real hockey pucks, and replaces them with a sturdy bottle opener. Each one has a magnetic catch for caps, and makes a great gift for any hockey fan. Available in blank, team logo, and custom designs.

Extreme Bottle Opener

Extreme Bottle Opener

While he didn’t manage to nail it with every shot, it’s still impressive that Olympic shooting coach Zhou Shibing managed to cleanly take the caps off of several bottles of beer by firing at them with his air rifle on the Chinese reality show Impossible Challenge.

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Carbon Fiber Bottle Opener

Carbon Fiber Bottle Opener
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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 Bottle Axe Bottle Openers

Areaware Bottle Axe Bottle Openers
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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.

Pry.Me Bottle Opener

Pry.Me Bottle Opener
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Pry.Me is said to be the world’s smallest bottle opener. It’s the size of a penny, but since it’s made of titanium it can hold up to 164,000 times of its weight, or around 3,280lb. It’s available with a natural or an anodized finish.

Idakey Keychain

Idakey Keychain
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A useful upgrade to the common keychain, this zinc alloy tool includes a pair of key rings, along with a bottle opener, an LED flashlight, and a clip for belt loops or bags. Available in black nickel or silver finishes.

Gropener Bottle Opener

Gropener Bottle Opener

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.

Hammerhead Shark 2-in-1 Opener

Hammerhead Shark 2-in-1 Opener
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This handy shark-shaped bar tool is ready to chomp down and pop open beer and soda bottles, and its head doubles as a corkscrew, so it opens wine bottles too. Available in brass, copper, or chrome finishes.

Opener Coaster

Opener Coaster

This smartly designed drink coaster conceals all kinds of openers in its base. It’s got a regular bottle opener, two kinds of twist-off wrenches, and a pry bar for can tabs. Each one is machined from a solid chunk of aluminum, with cork fill on the underside.

iMustech 11-in-1 Multitool

iMustech 11-in-1 Multitool
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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.

Wine Opener Gun

Wine Opener Gun
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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.

BlackDog Bottle Openers

BlackDog Bottle Openers
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We dig the roughhewn look of BlackDog Iron Works‘ hand-forged steel bottle openers. They’ve got a wire-brushed finish, a sueded leather tassle, and are sealed with beeswax. They’re available with stamped personalization, making them perfect groomsmen’s gifts.

BOB Multi Opener

BOB Multi Opener
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Designed by Nicholai Wiig Hansen, the BOB is an aluminum tool that can open five different types of cans and bottles. Use it to twist or pop open pull tabs,  vacuum lids, crown caps, beverage cans and twist caps.

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Throttle Opener

Throttle Opener

A tiny bottle opener designed to provide enough leverage for you to open a bottle with one hand. The Throttle Opener is also magnetic so you can keep it handy on your grill, fridge, toolbox, or other metal surface. The final product will be made from die-cast aluminum.

Carbon Fiber Bottle Opener

Carbon Fiber Bottle Opener
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Always be prepared with this slim bottle opener that’s thin enough to fit in your wallet. It’s as slim as two credit cards, but is strong thanks to its carbon fiber construction. As an added bonus, it won’t set off metal detectors.

BottleSnapper Pocket Tool

BottleSnapper Pocket Tool
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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.

Bike Wrench Bottle Opener

Bike Wrench Bottle Opener
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This handy bike tool offers a variety of wrenches, and doubles as a bottle opener so you can pop open a cold one to celebrate the end of a long ride. It holds onto steel frames or other metal surfaces using magnets. Also available in white.

Deal: Tactica One Bottle Opener

Deal: Tactica One Bottle Opener
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Made from an aerospace-grade polymer composite, the lightweight Tactica One bottle opener tool won’t ever get rusty or stained. It looks slick, and will pop open bottles in perpetuity. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.

Dango Loop Hook

Dango Loop Hook

Dango’s portable multipurpose hook. Keep it on your keyring and you’ll always have an easy way to hang your bags and other items. It’s made of aluminum, carries up to 100lb and has a built-in bottle opener. Get the optional wall mount for a clean semi-permanent setup.

Deal: KeySmart 2.0 Bundle

Deal: KeySmart 2.0 Bundle
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Grab this great deal on the compact and expandable KeySmart key organizer, along with two useful attachments: a bottle opener, and a Nano Clip, which makes it easy to clip it to your pocket, bag, or backpack. Save 33% in The Awesomer Shop.

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Screwpop Pliers

Screwpop Pliers
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Screwpop continues its anti-Swiss army knife mentality with its new stainless steel pliers. Though this tool serves a couple of extra purposes: they have a bottle opener and can also be used as a wire cutter. Also available on Amazon.

Snake Bite Bottle Opener

Snake Bite Bottle Opener
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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.

Parrot Bottle Opener

Parrot Bottle Opener

We’ve seen a bunch of crazy ways to open a bottle, but this guy might have taken the prize, having trained his Hyacinth Macaw Ringo to crack bottles open with his beak. We could have sworn we saw this on The Flintstones first.

Dodo Tool

Dodo Tool

A keychain EDC tool that can open everything from beer bottles to nasty plastic packaging. It’s also got a flat-blade screwdriver, a hex hole for screwdriver bits, and its replaceable X-Acto style blade can be removed in case airport security gives you grief.

Turning Tools into Bottle Openers

Turning Tools into Bottle Openers

YouTuber jimmydiresta challenged himself to make 10 bottle openers out of different tools in his shop, from a screwdriver to a saw. Admit it Jimmy, you just wanted to show off your arsenal of cutters and torches.

Grovemade Key Ring

Grovemade Key Ring
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This is actually a key ring for key rings because it doesn’t come with the braided cable. That said, it looks great, is durable and doubles as a bottle opener. Available in raw stainless steel, black stainless steel or brass.

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