Bottle or Can Opener

A kitchen utensil that is used to enable bottles and cans to be easily opened with leverage. The opener is formed with a die-cut opening that enables this utensil to be angled over a cap so it can be lifted up to remove crimped caps from the top of bottles. In addition, the typical bottle opener also has a curved and pointed end that is used to indent a hole in cans as an air hole as well as cutting a triangular hole in the top of an aluminum can so the contents can be poured out or consumed. Newer style bottles and cans have twist off caps or flip out can openings that can be easily removed by hand.

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