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December 9, 2005

Shark Bite Bottle Opener


Kind of cool, actually.

From the website:

    There's a surfer beer joint not too far from our corporate offices that has a shark-bitten surfboard hanging from the ceiling.

    Late one night our boss Eric found himself lying on the floor, thinking, "That'd make a good bottle opener."

    It's made of laser-cut stainless steel with an opener in the bite and on the skegs in back.

$14.99 here.

Hard to believe they didn't drill a hole in it so you could attach it to your keychain or, better yet, sell it as the "Shark Bite Key Chain Bottle Opener."

No reason you can't make up for their lapse and create a one–off for yourself.

December 9, 2005 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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About 4 years ago, American Eagle Outfitters' cargo shorts/swim trunks came with keychains. One was a surfboard bottle opener that used the skeg to pop the top, and the other was a shark that used the teeth to open the bottle. This is a kinda a mashup of the two. Nice find.

Posted by: Rob | Dec 10, 2005 11:54:50 AM

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