Discommon Goods The Bottle Opener 2

Dec 20, 2018

Category: Gear

Not known for playing it safe, everything the folks at Discommon Goods make is special and unique — often abundantly so. But they’ve really gone above and beyond with their new Bottle Opener 2.

Crafted from a solid piece of specially-machined linear-faceted titanium, these pocket-ready bottle openers are insanely durable, remarkably lightweight, and incredibly beautiful. But what’s even more impressive is that each one features a premium leather grip that’s stitched onto the titanium by hand through sub-1mm laser-cut holes in the chassis — a lengthy process that required the brand to work alongside Hix Design to get everything to line up just right. Available in your choice of orange or navy and made both to feel great in your hand and never to fail you when you need it, this bottle opener can be yours for $110.

Purchase: $110

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