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Ruth Niles Stainless Steel Bottle Opener

Ruth Niles Stainless Steel Bottle Opener
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Ruth Niles Stainless Steel Bottle Opener

Part# 1066450001 | Mfg Part# SS-5000

Our Price: $8.70

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    Contemporary styling and graceful lines set this bottle cap opener apart from all others. Not only can it be displayed on end when not in use, it can be used to open a bottle cap from any position on its exterior. Made of FDA approved stainless steel, this bottle cap opener makes it great for selling or gift giving.
    Like most of our kitchenware kits, the Niles bottle cap opener has a 3/8"-16 tpi threaded shaft that makes it easy to remove from your custom turned handle when it's time for cleaning or refinishing.
  • Threaded 3/8"-16 tpi shaft insert for simple and convenient assembly
  • Easy to clean, just unscrew the opener head from wooden handle
  • FDA approved stainless steel
  • Stands on its end when not in use
  • Fun and unique gift or conversation piece

    Dimensions (opener): 1-1/8" diameter x 1" tall.
    Minimum blank size: 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 2"

    Project components (blank not included)

    Items needed to complete:
    Drill bit: 11/32"
    Drill tap: 3/8" x 16 TPI
    Drill chuck: 1/2"
    Mandrel: 1" (large) Artisan® Project Mandrel
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Great bottle opener!

Comments On Aug 23, 2022:This bottle opener is really great. It works very well, and it looks great. It feels good in your hand, much better than most bottle openers do. And it really does stand up on its end nicely, even with a pretty heavy acrylic handle.. But the main thing is the "what is THAT??" reaction that most people have when they first see it.
I am making several of these for Christmas presents this year.

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