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This is the original bent-nail bottle opener designed by Brendan Ravenhill for Areaware. A single bent nail embedded in an ergonomic wooden handle functions as a lever to pry open your beverage. Magnets are inlaid on both sides. One catches the removed bottle cap and the other holds the opener on your fridge when not in use.
- 4.5"l, 1.5"w, 0.75"h
- Painted beechwood with black nail detail and magnets
- Available in either Jade or Tidepool Colors
- Condition: New
|New||This item is brand new. Hand-made pieces may include subtle inconsistencies and variations.|
|Like New||This item shows no signs of wear but may be used and may not include original packaging.|
|Excellent||A well-cared-for item that has wear appropriate for age and use. Could include patina or other “imperfections” that we believe adds to the value of the piece.|
|Good||This item remains fully functional but shows signs of age, use, or other damage. Could include scratches, chips, rips, discoloration, or other significant imperfections.|
|As-Is||This item needs work to function properly.|
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