Foodiggity Dinosaur Bottle Opener

Open your bottles like a savage lizard king.

One would think that a tyrannosaurus rex would be of no help in opening bottles, mainly because it has short arms and the fact that it’s a dinosaur. But the Dinosaur Bottle Opener puts these baseless accusations to rest, as this 9” x 5” cast iron rendition of the stubby-armed predator proves to be excellent at opening bottles using its mouth. Additionally, it also looks good as a display piece for your bartop or even inside your room.
$31 – $40
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