TRA Designs Natural Canvas Micarta Chugger the Chameleon Bottle Opener

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Description

TRACHUGGERMIC: TRA Designs Natural Canvas Micarta Chugger Bottle Opener

TRA Designs

Everyone has to open a bottle at some point in their life, why not do it in style with a great looking tool that is not only functional but fun to use and to collect? Enter Chugger the Chameleon. This a USA-made custom bottle opener made by Taylor Adams who is a full-time machinist and mechanic by trade but has managed to garner quite a following in the every day carry (EDC) gear realm. These cute little critters aren't just for opening bottles either, the feet are carefully designed to act as a hex driver or screwdriver bit holder while the tail functions as a belt loop clip.

Specifications

  • Overall Size: 3.0" x 1.6"
  • Thickness: 0.375"
  • Material: Natural Canvas Micarta
  • Weight: 0.5 oz.
  • Made in the USA

Related Categories

TRA Designs, TRA Designs Chugger Series, Unspecified Blade Steel, Micarta Handle Material, Multitools, Multitools Multitool, Made in USA

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TRA Designs Natural Canvas Micarta Chugger the Chameleon Bottle Openerrated 3.000 stars out of 5 (1 review)
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TRA Designs Natural Canvas Micarta Chugger the Chameleon Bottle Opener
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Jimbo
Seattle, Wa
Oct 05, 2017
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MEH... not an essential item...
I enjoy seeing clever design executed with hi-tech equipment, so this instantly appealed to me. The bottle opener is the critter's "beak" area. I had guessed that the grippy tail circle might fit the caps of soft drinks sold in bottles with screw-on caps... clearly my imagination was overactive that day - the tail circle is MUCH smaller than the cap on PEPSI bottles (I have a friend with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and opening a bottle of soda is VERY difficult for them. This might have been the boon I had hoped, IF my guess about the tail was correct.But I was wrong, and in the light of this disappointing reality I have to say that $70 for a piece of machined laminate with limited functionality is a BIT STEEP. Buy a traditional "churchkey" and save your money. Note: A churchkey will not drive hex bits. BOO HOO HOO!

 

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