October 4, 2010

ScrewPop Bottle Opener Keychain Tool

screwpop_bottle_opener_tool.jpgWhen we first discovered Screwpop we weren't sure whether to cover this ourselves or send it over to our compatriots over at Tool Snob. Then we realized they'd probably spend all their time gushing over the tool aspect of it - the flathead, Phillips and 1/4" hex nut driver.

Yeah, those are handy but here's the thing - you can open beers with the Screwpop too, and it all fits on your keychain. Plus, you can use the sharp(ish) end of the tool to fend off anyone who tries to get near your beers!

Check out an external video review after the jump, and grab yours for five bucks (seems like a great stocking stuffer to us) at ScrewpopTool.com.

Please note the contest mentioned in the video has expired.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 4, 2010 3:09 PM
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