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Sizzler Bottle Opener & Closer

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A classic Japanese design from 1955, the Sizzler Bottle Opener was designed to reduce the waste of glass-bottled beverages. Because of today’s plastic-free consciousness, the Sizzler has made a much-needed comeback—and this compact design is easy to use with your glass-bottle drinks. The steel opener pops metal caps off your bottles, while the attached steel and rubber stopper clamps down on the bottle to seal it. The Sizzler then becomes a clever way to reopen your bottle. Made in Japan, the Sizzler Bottle Opener & Closer measures 2.3h x 1.5w x 0.6”d and comes in packaging that is the original design from 1955.
  • Size
    2.3h x 1.5w x 0.6"d
  • Materials
    Steel, Plastic, Rubber
  • Year of Design
    1955
  • Origin
    Japan
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.
Sizzler Bottle Opener & Closer

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