Best Keychain Bottle Opener

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  1. smutty33

    smutty33 Zealot (580) Jun 12, 2009 Connecticut
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    Nice!
    I came to post this here.I remember a while back on another thread someone posted this and I thought it was awesome, but never got around to ordering one/forgot who made it etc.
    Thanks.

    Cheers
     
  2. MikeWard

    MikeWard Meyvn (1,026) Sep 14, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Big solid Ringwood Brewery from the olde countrye. Could also use to fight off muggers.
     
  3. jesskidden

    jesskidden Meyvn (1,244) Aug 10, 2005 New Jersey
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    My image was no long available in my original post on page 1, so:

    (Yeah, must be pretty bored this morning...)​
     
  4. DSlim71

    DSlim71 Initiate (0) Mar 3, 2010 New Jersey

    I just ordered one of these. Not a key chain, but it looks awesome, keeps the cap intact, and is magnetic so it holds the cap after opening.

    Embed Fail... but here's the link to the website: http://www.brewbicle.com/purchase-brewbicle.html
     
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  5. pmoney

    pmoney Crusader (709) Apr 15, 2011 Illinois
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    Not to get off-topic, but those Brewbicle containers are pretty cool idea.
     
  6. deanhead

    deanhead Defender (627) Sep 2, 2005 Vermont

    [​IMG]I'm partial to this one from resource revival.
     
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  7. DSlim71

    DSlim71 Initiate (0) Mar 3, 2010 New Jersey

    I really like them as well. The only thing is with how much beer I have, it would be way to costly to house them all in the Brewbicles. I don't have as large of a cellar as some BAs, but with a little over 100 bottles, I would need probably 7 or 8 containers.
     
  8. nathanb47

    nathanb47 Initiate (192) Dec 14, 2010 Massachusetts
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    I like this one I picked up at the brewery in May. On the back it says flavor savin' since 1996.
    [​IMG]
     
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  9. RBCORCORAN

    RBCORCORAN Aspirant (239) May 18, 2009 Massachusetts
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    This one isn't a keychain but just picked it up as a Christmas gift for my sidekick. Got her into collecting switchblades when I had my collection and give her one every year as a gift. Was surprized at the heft and quality of this one. A bargain at ten bucks from thinkgeek dot com.
    [​IMG]
     
  10. BigTomZ

    BigTomZ Initiate (0) Apr 14, 2009 Virginia

    someone sent me a big sky moose drool keychain bottle opener as an extra. i still use it.

    of course there is a device called a hobo knife that decimates any keychain bottle opener.

    [​IMG]
     
  11. nickmantia

    nickmantia Initiate (0) Feb 19, 2011 Massachusetts
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    I use the exact same one. Found this on Kickstarter and bought it immediately. I opted to buy the copper keyring upgrade for it too
     
  12. Americanzero

    Americanzero Initiate (0) Dec 4, 2012 Tennessee

  13. FEUO

    FEUO Disciple (325) Jul 24, 2012 Ontario (Canada)

  14. Bart1

    Bart1 Initiate (0) Jan 2, 2013

    I have several bottle openers, but this is the One that stays on the keychain. I've had it for years, you'd definitely have to try to harm it. It does kink the caps a bit if you don't do a double move.

    [​IMG]
     
  15. WassailWilly

    WassailWilly Initiate (0) Sep 8, 2007 New York

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    Klein opener
    Yes, it's $72. But this 3-D printed metal sculpture/bottle opener is fantastic. And so is its marketing copy.
     
  16. Nachos4two

    Nachos4two Zealot (525) Nov 26, 2011 Illinois
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    Is there a good one that doesn't damage the cap by chance, sorry if I overlooked it
     
  17. n2185

    n2185 Poo-Bah (1,761) Apr 14, 2008 North Carolina
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    Haha. I think you sent a Harpoon one and the DFH shark. I got the Magic Hat one for free at a beer store in western Virginia (not West Virginia) somewhere. I do appreciate the additions to my collection, though. :slight_smile:
     
  18. ravot

    ravot Devotee (426) Mar 20, 2012 Illinois
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  19. schteve

    schteve Aspirant (209) Sep 10, 2003 New Jersey

  20. steebo777

    steebo777 Zealot (511) Jun 30, 2009 Michigan

    For my keychain (just looks so good with my keys and works well:

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    For home in the cellar:
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  21. SirBottlecap

    SirBottlecap Initiate (0) Jan 28, 2013 California

    Bottle openers hurt caps! They are for display purposes only! What did a bottlecap ever do to you? How cruel!
     
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  22. MDunk

    MDunk Initiate (0) Sep 4, 2009 Illinois
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    I have the same key only Oberon. That opener is fantastic. The flat screwdriver head is perfect for cutting into wax bottles as well. I don't think I will ever replace it
     
  23. MoparGrease

    MoparGrease Initiate (0) Jul 26, 2012 California

  24. CerealKillerKP

    CerealKillerKP Initiate (0) May 24, 2009 Kentucky

  25. semibaked

    semibaked Zealot (565) Mar 27, 2007 Illinois

    I have had the Founders one for almost 2 years, great opener, highly recommended.
     
  26. cdmillard

    cdmillard Aspirant (245) Feb 17, 2013 Maryland

    Just got this one. Let you know how it works!

    [​IMG]
     
  27. beerinNV

    beerinNV Initiate (0) Jan 3, 2012 Nevada

    bic lighter
     
  28. matt_6

    matt_6 Initiate (174) Jul 23, 2013 New York
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    I have the Corter bottlehook in black. Very sturdy- looks better with age.
     
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  29. jacobbocce72

    jacobbocce72 Initiate (116) Dec 18, 2011 Texas

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  30. matttttYCE

    matttttYCE Initiate (0) Jul 15, 2010 Arizona

    I've had 3 or 4 of that type of opener above and I always manage to catch them on something and pull apart the loop that connects it to the keyring!

    So now my keyring has this on it. Works well.
    [​IMG]

    Oh and this is amazingly handy for tailgates!!
    [​IMG]
     
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  31. inchrisin

    inchrisin Defender (654) Sep 25, 2008 Indiana


    I have one like this, but I have a bunch of keys. It can oly open bottles if keys/rings aren't in the way. I like the idea of a carabiner opener though.
     
  32. inchrisin

    inchrisin Defender (654) Sep 25, 2008 Indiana

    What the hell are your teeth for?
     
  33. zero_signal

    zero_signal Initiate (0) Aug 8, 2013 New Jersey
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    Definitely my favorite opener..
    [​IMG]
     
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  34. Botulizard

    Botulizard Devotee (458) Jul 22, 2013 Michigan

    I am too. I have one from the Guinness brewery with my name on it. One of the most practical gifts I've ever been given.
     
  35. WickedSluggy

    WickedSluggy Devotee (400) Nov 21, 2008 Texas
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    Using the same technique, I'll sometimes use one bottle (cap still on) to open another.
     
  36. Redbarchettayyz

    Redbarchettayyz Initiate (0) Aug 27, 2013 Alberta (Canada)

    It was mentioned on the page back, I just ordered one of the Brewbicle magnetic openers. I don't quite get how it works, but it looks pretty neat.

    [​IMG]
     
  37. Guzzi

    Guzzi Initiate (0) Nov 19, 2011 Iowa
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    I usually use my Tungsten wedding ring, I always have that with me!
     
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  38. AnalogErik

    AnalogErik Disciple (377) Jul 23, 2013 Minnesota
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    My Japanese roomate back in the college days brought me a few of these openers he said were big in Japan (back in 2005) - and I absolutely love them. Have not seen these anywhere but my own kitchen.

    (image found on google, i have a few Sapporo ones at home)
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    I am also a big fan of this guy:

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  39. Izbiz

    Izbiz Initiate (0) Aug 15, 2013 Alberta (Canada)

    Big Rock Brewery (a local brewery) used to give out those as freebies.
     
  40. IndyDad

    IndyDad Zealot (586) Jan 21, 2013 New York
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    These two, from Hotmetal1
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