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Close Shave Bottle Opener

Close Shave Bottle Opener
$20  Buy Comment

Gama-Go’s clever bottle opener conceals itself as a folding straight razor, complete with wooden handle and sturdy metal “blade.” Just don’t try to shave with this thing unless you want to look like the Joker in The Dark Knight.

Hip Hopsicles Ice Tray

Hip Hopsicles Ice Tray
~$9  Buy Comment

“Add some bling to your drizzank” with Gamago’s Hip Hopsicles. It’s made of flexible rubber and makes up to 8 pieces of ice in 4 different shapes: boombox, microphone, turntable and dollar sign.


Skull Ice Cube Mold

Skull Ice Cube Mold
$12  Buy Comment

Add a dash of badass to your whiskey (or iced tea) with this skull ice mold from Gamago. The two-part mold makes a stylish 3 x 3″ piece of ice. It’s also great for molding chilled snacks or desserts.

SwitchPop Bottle Opener

SwitchPop Bottle Opener
$20  Buy Link Comment

Whip out the SwitchPop and no bottle in their right mind would dare mess with you. The opener whips right out of the switchblade-style handle. This dude would love a butterfly knife-style opener.


$120  Buy Comment

GAMA-Goon is the latest to join GAMA-GO’s stable of critters; it’s actually an eight-year old design. 99 will be made in chrome, with one made out of gold. They come in the retro tin seen above.


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