Bottle Opener

Bottle Opener

G-Clamp Bottle Opener

It looks like serious business… until you notice the indentation in its side. Suck UK’s G-Clamp Bottle Opener is otherwise a traditional cast-iron G-clamp that’ll prove useful for woodworking or repairs, and that’s also handy afterwards when you just want to get into a cold one. Clamp it to your workshop bench or, if you don’t have one, kitchen counter or garden table so as to keep it within arm’s reach.

Grab one at Suck UK – $12 [via]

GET IT: $12

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T-Rex Bottle Opener

If a T-Rex can tear the top off of a Land Cruiser the flimsy bottle cap atop your beer or soda shouldn’t be much of an obstacle for the T-Rex Bottle Opener. This cast-iron dinosaur is larger than it looks at just over 10 inches in length and cracks open caps with its teeth. Just don’t knock it off balance (and off your kitchen counter) or the hefty dino — at two pounds — will leave a dent in your floor.

Learn more at Cool Material – $40

GET IT: $40

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BOB Multi Opener

More than just adorned with a clean design, Nicholai Wigg Hansen’s BOB Multi Opener tackles various opening jobs. It’ll of course crack open standard bottle caps on beer and soda but also works for ring pulls, vacuumed lids, screw tops, and standard beverage cans, sparing your nails and/or skin. It’s made of robust solid aluminum and comes in a few colors, though you’ll have to work hard to get ahold of anything other than black, the only variant stocked by MoMA’s shop.

Grab one at MoMA – $25 [via]

GET IT: $25

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Survival Belt

It blends in on a pair of slacks or coupled to a suit. It’s when it comes off that Slide’s Survival Belt really shines. The buckle is not unlike a Swiss Army knife, revealing a bottle opener, titanium nitride coated AUS-8 stainless steel blade, and an LED flashlight. Both the nylon fiber unibody buckle and strap are durable, resisting water, frost, abrasion, and long exposure to UV light. And best of all, like all of Slides belts, there aren’t holes along the strap, granting a greater degree of adjustability thanks to their notch system which slides along and locks in wherever. Available in black, desert tan, olive drab, and brown.

Learn more at Slide Belts – $180

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Tactica One Pro

Remember the Tactica One? If its high tech polymer didn’t quite tickle your fancy you’ll be glad to know that they’re back with the Tactica One Pro bottle opener. Though every curve and line is identical to the original, the Pro is instead made of stainless steel and finished with sandblasting in either raw or matte black. It’s four times heftier than the original’s 20 grams and pops open bottles just as cleanly.

Learn more at Tactica Gear – roughly $36

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Beertop Delta

Having also designed the PiCO, Pangea Designs’ is no stranger to making bottle openers. Their latest, the Beertop Delta, is as much a top popper as it is a spinning top. Each is made of a CNC waterjet cut titanium triangular frame in a variety of colors that sits around a press-fit steel ball bearing and boasts three bottle openers around its sides. It’s small enough for keychain carry and interesting enough to spin about even when you’re not knocking back cold ones.

Learn more at Kickstarter – $50+

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No. 30 Ganbei Bottle Opener

Thanks to its circular design No. 30’s Ganbei Bottle Opener can crack open bottles from any angle. And thanks to its stone-like texture and shape you’d never know it until picking one up. The hefty Ganbei — whose name translates to “cheers!” in both Japanese and Chinese — is built of a matte finished zinc alloy and fitted with a stainless steel ring on its underside that acts as a catch for bottle caps. Its heft also means that it’ll function nicely as a paper weight.

Learn more at Ode To Things – $65

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Fred & Friends Beer Gardener Trowel

It might be a little too early in the year to talk about gardening, but prepare nonetheless with Fred & Friends Beer Gardener Trowel. It’s designed to give you a little more incentive to get your hands dirty thanks to a built-in bottle opener at the base of the stainless steel trowel’s blade, cracking open cold ones in between planting without you needing to swap to a different tool. Drinking Hoegaarden while working on the garden is particularly on-point.

Grab one at Amazon – $20 [via]

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BaseballOpener

Like PuckOpener but for baseball diehards, Buffalo BottleCraft’s BaseballOpener is what it sounds like: a baseball with an integrated bottle opener. Each is made using a genuine leather baseball that’s first cut in half, partially cored, and bolted to a stainless steel opener plate that makes quick work of bottle caps. It’s magnetic so it’ll stick to your fridge and also uses the same magnets to catch the cap, keeping errant (and sharp) metal from dropping on your floors and sticking your foot.

Hit up Buffalo BottleCraft for details – $16

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Shark Jaw Bottle Opener

If you’re tired of opening your bottles with an opener that’s functional but not cool looking then the Shark Jaw Bottle Opener is for you. This heavy metal, gold finished cap ripper utilizes a shark tooth design to get you into your favorite beverage post haste. It’ll also spare your own teeth some pricy dental work. With Shark Jaw, you’re going to need a bigger boat.

Find it at Cool Material’s Shop – $10

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Discommon Bottle Opener

It looks more like a high end gaming mouse than a bottle opener, but make no mistake — the Discommon Bottle Opener is a dead serious beer decapitating tool. Its avant-garde design is attained thanks to a meticulous hand chiseled machined aerospace-grade aluminum body that comes in either Gotham Black or Satin Champagne and sits well in the hand. A chamfered coin on its underside acts as the opener, and also as an outlet for Discommon to feature advanced materials like limited edition Damascus steel. It’s an opener you definitely won’t want to hide in a drawer.

Learn more at Discommon – $140

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Brew Shucker

Perhaps you don’t eat oysters often enough to justify a dedicated shucker. Or perhaps you do, and guzzle down beer constantly while doing so. Either way the Brew Shucker handles both tasks admirably. Made of high-carbon stainless steel, the knife boasts an ergonomic curved handle and effortlessly pries apart oyster shells as well as bottle tops. Plus, it can also be used to split open other crustacean shells such as those on lobster, crab, and shrimp.

Find it at Williams-Sonoma – $30

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NubNub Pub-Nub

Bikes and good beer go hand in hand. NubNub’s Pub-Nub guarantees you’re never locked out of your favorite brew after a long, arduous ride by mounting a bottle opener to the end of your handlebar. Pub-Nub installs using just a 5mm hex wrench, taking the place of the otherwise useless plug occupying the hole in your handlebar, and is machined of solid T6061 aluminum to reliably crack open bottles over the long haul. Available in either matte gray and matte black variants.

Check it out at NubNub or UncommonGoods – $20 [via]