The Cap-Off Bottle Opener Is Based on a 70-Year-Old Design

The Cap-Off Bottle Opener Is Based on a 70-Year-Old Design

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The Cap-Off Bottle Opener Is Based on a 70-Year-Old Design

The Cap-Off is a bottle opener rooted in history. First designed 70 years ago by Hosmer Blum, the opener was intended as a safer alternative to the standard pry bottle openers of the day. The clever design was enough to earn a mention in Popular Science, one of the most popular publications in the ‘40s. After 10 years of producing the bottle openers, Eagle Lock Company, the outfit that acquired the rights from Blum, closed up shop, and the design faded into obscurity. If you want to pop bottles like they did back in the day, now’s your chance, as this is a faithful recreation of the Cap-Off Bottle Opener. Using one hand, place the opener over your bottle, give it a squeeze, and get ready to drink after a satisfying “pop.” Each is made in the USA and ready for a lifetime of brews.

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