When faced with the dilemma of opening a beer before flipping your burger to keep it from burning you're going to have to make a tough call. It's sort of a catch 22. You're manhood relies on your grilling prowess, but you can't grill without a beer. So what's a guy to do? Don't choose any longer. This wide spatulas ... continue reading
Don't jab yourself (or your date) in the thigh with a bulky keychain bottle opener. The credit cared sized Wally Wallet Sized Bottle Opener fits neatly into your wallet and looks much smoother when you pull it out to open a bottle.
It might be a rare occasion, but if you have ever dropped your pocket knife in a pond while out camping, you know the annoyance involved in retrieving that sucker. The Cork Knife eliminates any fear of cutting rope on the side of a lake or whittling wood over a creek while you're on your next trip. The cork handle ... continue reading
The key to your next beer is never more than 23 away if you have the hand forged 3 Key Bottle Opener from CXXVI. Individually produced in the USA the old fashion way (heated in a coal forge and hand hammered on a 130 year old anvil), each necklace varies slightly and will develop its own character over time. This is ... continue reading
Rather than knowing what a lush you really are, people will just think that you've got rockin' taste in key chains. Actually your friends will think the fact that this skull key chain doubles as a bottle opener is even more bad-ass. The Golden Skull Bottle Opener accents your personal tastes and drinking habits nicely, ... continue reading
Stiff and rigid isn't the way you want to be described, but it should be the way you describe your collar. Unfortunately, collars don't get that way by themselves. Exuvius titan collar stays will get your collar where it belongs and make sure it stays that way. The 100% titanium stays (you get two) are also a toolbox ... continue reading
Having a quality bottle opener on your key chain is the first survival skill you learned in college. Now you can parlay your passion for pedal power into a key chain mounted statement that’s equal parts beer and bike. It’s a combination of everything you stand for all wrapped up into a tiny, silver page with a ... continue reading
Parlaying your passion for pedal power into something more than transportation can be difficult – unless you have a recycled bicycle chain bottle opener. A recycled bike chain is mated to a silver aluminum head, and thereby turned into the handle for an opener that’s so ingenious you’ll never buy twist off beer ... continue reading
Kleins are a specific type of pliers that you're probably familiar with because theyre the perfect tool for most jobs. Don't sacrifice on the job hydration on account of their inability to open beers. Hand-forged in the Toyama region of Japan (they've been doing cast iron right since the Edo period 400 years ago), ... continue reading
Pincers are probably one of the few tools that you don’t have in your garage, and it’s time to change that… kind of. Hand-forged in the Toyama region of Japan (where they’ve been casting iron for over 400 years), this pair of black enameled pincers looks and feels quite real – but it’s a bottle opener. ... continue reading
Using the right tool for the right job significantly reduces the time it takes to complete a project. In turn, the time from work to beer is also decreased. Pick up a Cast Iron Hammer Bottle Opener and skip right to the fun stuff. Hand-forged in the Toyama region of Japan (famous for their cast iron work for the last ... continue reading
Repurposed products are even cooler then recycled ones because not only does it take less resources than melting and processing metals, but you end up with truly clever and unique tools like the Bottle ReOpener. Hand made from seatbelt clasps, this bottle opener proves that it's not ready to quit just yet and will ... continue reading
We've all done it... finished a beer we shouldn't have just because, hey man, it's already open. Your mother is wrong—you really don't have to commit to anything, not even a whole bottle of beer. Just seal it back up with the Hermetus Bottle Opener/Resealer and finish it later.