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Happy Man Bottle Opener

Updated on June 21, 2011

Party Items

Bottle openers come in all shapes and sizes but I am going to show you some various humorous beer bottle opener and corkscrew novelties that involve smiley characters!

The bottle opener can be bought as a single device on its own or sometimes as an attachment for your keyring but also it is generally associated with the corkscrew for wine bottles because they are often one complete apparatus.

The wall bottle opener is most commonly found in bars or restaurants and other types like the ones pictured are usually just for domestic situations in the kitchen or at a party. You can get the bar blade bottle opener which is a flat piece of steel that has a hole where you can slip the edge of the bottle cap under and a beveled edge that forces the cap open when pressure is applied.

Beer Bottle Opener

I'm still trying to gain progress with my product capsules and I definitely think I am on to another winner with the Happy Man bottle opener, especially with Christmas 2010 on the way and people seeking unique gifts and drinking at parties, this is sure to raise a few smiles.

They are great for opening beer bottles, any glass bottles, heineken or beverage because Happy Man is made from solid plastic and weighs 10.6 ounces.

The Happy man bottle opener ring is blue but you can also get this in red like the other products I have included below.

Wine Bottle Opener

The great thing about these drinking utensils is they are a set which includes bottle cap and cork removal and I wanted to show a close up photo of the corkscrew, bottle stopper and beer bottle opener.

Even if you are posh and drink cabernet sauvignon wine you can still have a little bit of cheeky fun, the Happy Man tools all indicate that his willy is used for powering open or stopping leakage from these bottles!

The Corkscrew also weighs in at 10.6 ounces and comes in red colour from various online stockists.

Photos courtesy of peregrineblue

Bottle Stopper

The bottle stopper is probably the most blatant when showing the little mans todger, this is sure to get a few giggles since it is usually young women who drink wine in my experience. No more worries about spilling that red wine on your best dress, this little red dude will stop it!

This glass bottle sealer is a little heavier than the others and weighs 3.5 ounces, however you can still get shipping for cheap from well known retailers.

Photo courtesy of cote


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