Brass Keychain Bottle Opener

Mar 8, 2016

Category: Gear

This little piece of brass is a unique take on a very common tool, the bottle opener. Made with fine attention to detail, this keychain-sized gadget is great for everyday carry.

Measuring in at only 5/16 of an inch thick and 1.25 inches long, this piece of metal has been designed to get the maximum amount of leverage using the least amount of material. To use this tool while it is on your keychain, you just wrap your hands on your keys, or stick your finger through the stainless steel ring that comes with the tool. The opener comes in three different finishes – a standard finish (as seen in the photos), a high luster finish, and a burnished finish. Pick one up for just $8. [Purchase]

Brass Keychain Bottle Opener 1

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