Just ordered mine cause I’ve been without a keychain for a while.
“The Bottlehook is very simple; it’s a beautiful key hook for your belt loop that also opens bottles, and includes a natural hand-stamped leather tab for your info in case it’s left somewhere. It comes in a hand stamped gift box, and solves a whole slew of problems:
-It’s made in the USA. The hooks and split rings come from California, the solid copper O rings are each hand made in Montana, and the leather tabs come from my Boston shop. Then I assemble every one by hand.
-It’s cast out of steel for strength, then plated for looks. Because of this it’s also very light, measuring 3” tall, 1.5” at it’s widest point, and a little less than 1/4” thick. No more replacing those chewed up aluminum bottle openers every 6 months.
-There are no moving parts to break, which means you won’t be locked out of the house like that time the spring on your carabiner broke and you lost all your keys.
-It’s a damn good bottle opener. I’ve had many bottle openers on my keychain, and they all lack something (looking at you, anodized-shark-jaw-opener). This is a full sized bottle opener with a handle big enough to get plenty of leverage. You don’t need to fumble to find it on your ring either- just slide it off your belt loop or out of your pocket, pop your favorite drink, and slide it right back on.
-It looks awesome.I wanted to design something that stood the test of time, so I turned to advertising key rings from the early 1900’s for inspiration. The plating and natural leather will patina over time, making it an heirloom quality piece.
-It stays on great, as it’s locked onto your belt loop by the bottle opener. I’ve worn an old belt loop key hook for over 6 years riding my bike around the city and never lost it. When I wore carabiners, I lost 2 in about a years time.”