The Cast Iron Bottle Opener

Pincers are probably one of the few tools that you don’t have in your garage, and it’s time to change that… kind of. Hand-forged in the Toyama region of Japan (where they’ve been casting iron for over 400 years), this pair of black enameled pincers looks and feels quite real – but it’s a bottle opener. Because the only thing you should be pincering anyways is a bottle of beer. -Cool Material

$20.95 The Cast Iron Pincer Bottle Opener

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Using the right tool for the right job significantly reduces the time it takes to complete a project. In turn, the time from work to beer is also decreased. Pick up a Cast Iron Hammer Bottle Opener and skip right to the fun stuff. Hand-forged in the Toyama region of Japan (famous for their cast iron work for the last 400 years), this cast iron bottle opener is coated in a black lacquer glaze to prevent rust.  

$20.95 Cast Iron Hammer Bottle Opener

 

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