PiCO Titanium Micro Bottle Opener

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

We’d be downright lying if we said the market was in need of yet another bottle opener. But even with the abundance of options currently available, no one is making one quite like the PiCO Titanium Micro Bottle Opener.

Bottle openers are big and bulky, and no one wants to tote one around all day. PiCO is the world’s smallest bottle opener. It’s made from ultra tough titanium, and is built right here in the USA. And don’t let the small size fool you either. PiCO doesn’t have a large body to use as a lever, so users must rely on the sturdy keyring for leverage, helping to pop the top with just one pull. Measuring in at a size smaller than a quarter, you’ll never even know it’s there. [Purchase]

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