Everyone’s got at least one bottle opener at home, but does everyone have a bottle opener that’s as sleek and gorgeous as the new Leverage Bottle Opener? Answer: No, but you can soon.
Created by Brooklyn-based Wander Workshop, the Leverage Bottle Opener is a reinterpretation of the classic, ubiquitous wall-mounted bottle openers. The company launched (and subsequently successfully funded) their Kickstarter in February 2017.
Proudly made in the USA, the openers are cast in solid brass and sealed to protect the finish and minimize discoloration. You can choose from two different finishes—satin brass or blackened brass. With each opener, you also get drywall plugs and brass mounting screws, so you don’t have to worry about not having the right gear.
What really gets us about these bottle openers is the design. The lines are clean and there is little to no wasted space in the geometric design. They are almost art deco in styling, and it’s easy to imagine Jay Gatsby (the Leo DiCaprio version) having one or four ready to go for his parties.
If you don’t have the space for a wall-mounted bottle opener, Leverage has also created a handheld version. Either way, the openers are designed not to bend the cap, so if you are a collector looking to finish your bar top/beer pong table, this is the opener for you.
You can pre-order your Leverage Bottle Opener here
The Leverage Key Hook will retail for $35, the Leverage Handheld Bottle Opener will be $50, and the wall-mounted opener will sell for $65. Orders are estimated to be shipped in June 2017. As an added bonus, for you philanthropists out there, a portion of all proceeds are donated to charity partners that fight hunger and provide clean drinking water.
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