You know what's not a great idea? Doing any type of wiring or electrical work while consuming alcohol. You know what tool you should use to get the job done if you're going to ignore that advice? This bottle opener.
One of the most depressing things in the world: having a beer without a bottle opener. The carbonated deliciousness is looking at you through the glass, teasing you, popping your tastebuds. But of course, you don't need a bottle opener to open a beer. With the right amount of leverage, anything can open a bottle of…
Got a lot of friends visiting? Man, it's going to be boring to open each and every bottle of beer separately—so what you need is an opener like this, that can ready 24 beers for drinking in a glorious, single movement.
Life's biggest tease: endless amounts of beer without a bottle opener in sight. What do you do? Household Hackers has 6 different ways to open the beer without an opener and they all work really well.
This is brilliant. The Hermetus Bottle Opener and Resealer belongs in your pocket right now because it both opens your favorite beer and hermetically reseals it for future enjoyment. Perfect for any beer aficionado.
I love my Leatherman, but it's completely useless if right when I need a tool I don't know where the heck I put it down five minutes before. The Guppie is always right by your side when you need it.
We've seen a lot of bottle opener cases, but the Opena is one that seems to work well and look good at the same time.
Bottle opener cases have been kicking around the block for ages, but the iOpener case is a lot cleverer than it looks. It actually contains an accelerometer, which detects when it's being used, and then opens a drink-tracking app.
How many times have you wished you could press ctrl/cmd + F in real life? Or ctrl/cmd + Z? We may not be able to perform those life shortcuts just yet, but with Art Lebedev's ctrl + O bottle opener, at least we can crack open a cold one, for $18. [Art Lebedev via FoodBeast via TechEblog via Technabob]
This is the Code-38 Pro Stealth, also known as the $410 corkscrew. Four hundred and ten dollars make for "a complete blend of blasted textures and vaporized titanium based finishes" that opens bottles and uncorks wine. Which is fucking ridiculous.
This happens to you guys too, right? When I snag a brewski out the fridge and pop open the cap with a bottle opener, that wily sucker rolls around all over the table and just as I go to grab it, it falls to the floor. Or! When I pop open the cap it stays put on the counter. Like for forever, cause I forget to throw…
I'm surprised I never thought about this before. The iBottle iPhone case combines two of the modern man's most used tools—his phone and a bottle opener—in one. This way, you'll always know where your phone is when you drink.
If someone opened my beer with this Klein Bottle opener, I'd probably yelp in fear. It looks so alien and just plain weird that I can't believe it actually works.
The PocketToolX Brewzer's got a ton of functionality: it's a pry tool, a scraper, a flat head screwdriver, and so on. But all of those are secondary to what Brewzer's really all about.
The Flameboy, a $14 7-in-1 BBQ utensil contains a spatula, fork, bottle opener, corkscrew, tongs, serrated cutting edge and disposable lighter slot. Sounds to me like a product liability lawsuit waiting to happen. [NerdApproved]
Like a useful little Autobot, the Micro-Max tool transforms into not just two or three, but nineteen different doohickeys for you to use. Included within its moving parts are six types of screwdrivers, two hex wrenches, a bottle opener, pliers, a file, and wire tools. If you're a DIY enthusiast, or just like really…
"Grrrr.... ahhh" is roughly the sound you'll make as you use this crowbar bottle opener to muscle-off the cap on a bottle of lovely beer. And you'll get to whack the opener menacingly into your palm if you're in the mood to look like a heavy. Just don't be too energetic opening the bottle, else it'll swing back and…