Bottle openers

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Can a bottle opener be a designer? Definitely yes! Among the bottle openers presented here, which can easily handle even the most stubborn cap, there are both classic shape openers and those with a rather original form - resembling a cap, a mysterious creature or... devil! Such openers will not only be a practical addition to the set of kitchen tools, but also a fun gift for the beer lover or... oranges.

And when we are already in the subject of gold liquor lovers - maybe he will be interested in our beer accessories?

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Aperto Opener 5 in 1

11,78 €

Aperto Opener 5 in 1

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Practico Jar and bottle opener

21,20 €

Practico Jar and bottle opener

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Classic Corkscrew and bottle opener 3 in 1

70,45 €

Classic Corkscrew and bottle opener 3 in 1

Zwilling
Hamburger Heber Bottle opener

25,48 €

Hamburger Heber Bottle opener

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Johnny Catch Bottle opener

24,95 €

Johnny Catch Bottle opener

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Sesam Multipurpose opener

25,67 €

Sesam Multipurpose opener

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Droplet Bottle opener

19,49 €

Droplet Bottle opener

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Cameri Waiter's knife

22,48 €

Cameri Waiter's knife

Gefu
Sinos Bottle opener

13,28 €

Sinos Bottle opener

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Tube Bottle opener

16,92 €

Tube Bottle opener

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    Tube Bottle opener

    16,92 €

    Tube Bottle opener

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Utilo Bottle opener

27,62 €

Utilo Bottle opener

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Vacu Vin Champagne wire opener

20,54 €

Vacu Vin Champagne wire opener

Vacu Vin
Trick Stick Bottle opener

12,40 €

Trick Stick Bottle opener

Vacu Vin
Essential Bottle opener

6,00 €

Essential Bottle opener

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To improve your daily life, it is worth betting on a practical bottle opener. Each of us should have one at home. Thanks to it it is possible to open bottles with a cap safely, but also it will be much easier to unscrew a plastic cap or a bottle with champagne.

The cap opener

It turns out that this simple device has a long history. It was patented in 1893 by Alfred Louis Bernardin. However, the opener of his design was permanently fixed to the table, which made it unusable in every place - something for those who like to sit down with beer... or three. But a year later, William Painter patented a handheld, more versatile nut opener, in a form that still works today. It is worth knowing that Painter is also the inventor of lace closures. It is interesting that in 1892 he invented the cap, and only two years later the device that will open it... But great minds walk their own paths!

Of course, there are other ways of dealing with this type of closure, but this is not recommended. It is definitely safer if you put on a cap opener. It is placed on the cap so that its upper part rests on its surface and the lower part catches on its teeth. The device works on the principle of leverage. Pulling the handle of the cap opener upwards, the cap is removed, and there is no risk of hurting the hand with a sharp tip.

Beer opener

Of course, we usually buy a beer opener. Amateurs of the golden drink definitely prefer to buy the drink in bottles than in cans. There is no need to go into details - these are the facts. However, to be able to consume a drink with foam, they have to open it. Although there are bottles with a cap, a classic cap is most often used. The bottle opener is therefore one of the basic elements among beer accessories on the equipment of every beer. This is why many of the available openers are compact in size - to fit in your pocket, purse, backpack...

Of course, a bottle opener does not have to be used only for opening beer. Mineral and spring waters, freshly squeezed juices, oranges are also closed with a cap. So you don't have to worry about how to handle the cap in the garden, during a picnic or on the beach - just take your pocket friend with you. A popular solution is an opener key ring. Both with a classic shape reminiscent of the one patented by William Painter with a ring or chain, and in a more fancy form. The beer opener key ring has the advantage over other accessories of this type that it will always be on hand when attached to the keys.

At home it is worth having a slightly larger opener with a comfortable handle. It's good for it to have a solid construction: it will serve for years. Every cap opener has a metal eyelet, but the handle can be made of different types of plastic - then it takes on a variety of forms, often decorated or printed in a fancy way.

For the gift for the boy, printed beer openers are perfect. Most often there are some funny pictures or inscriptions on them. Everyone will like such funny beer openers. They bring a bit of optimism into the kitchen, attract attention and are often funny. A funny beer opener can owe its character not only to the print, but also to its form; for example, in FormAdore you can buy an accessory in the shape of the sun, the devil, a cat. What's more, interesting beer openers are available in rich colours.

When you're looking for original kitchen gadgets, a wall bottle opener is a good idea. Hanging on the wall will not only decorate the room, but will always be on standby. An alternative is a bottle opener with a magnet that can be placed on the fridge. A bottle opener with a cap holder is also very practical - it collects them for you right away, so they're not in every corner of the house after the party.

Nut opener

Bottle openers are mainly bottle openers for caps, but it can also be difficult to open bottles with a plastic cap. The kind that are on juices, mineral waters, oils. Luckily, the producers of kitchen gadgets thought about it too. The nut openers are made of plastic. They may resemble ticks, and may have much more interesting shapes, for example in the shape of a turtle.

Champagne opener

Cap openers, nut openers, corkscrews - we know that. But are there accessories that make it easier to open bottles, but with champagne? Turns out there are! This is good news not only for New Year's Eve party organisers, but also for Prosecco lovers. With a champagne opener it will be much easier to pull out a cork of sparkling wine.

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