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November 17, 2005

Pistachio Nut Opener

Opener

Sometimes you go nuts trying to pry one open.

Break a nail too.

Perhaps, like me, you've tried using your front tooth as a lever.

There is someone reading this who's cracked one โ€” a tooth, not a pistachio nut โ€” doing just that.

Never again.

Now comes this nifty little device, crafted from solid sterling silver and housed in a black velveteen carrying pouch so you can take it anywhere.

$25 here.

Why the company doesn't offer it on a sterling silver necklace is beyond me.

November 17, 2005 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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Comments

I was wondering why it wasn't on a necklace as well. I actually took a tiny screw driver and made a very small hole at the top of the rounded end of the tool and slid a thin leather string through the hole! It works!

Posted by: Anne | Apr 14, 2006 3:46:12 PM

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