...beverage entry tool : A friend just got a few things from them, and apparently they threw this in on the order. Well, he gave it to me last night while we were working on his house. I thought I'd write up a review. I decided to try it on several types of beer bottles and cans to give you a complete report. The first thing that struck me is the heft and quality of the design. When you first pick it up, you know this is a serious tool. It has a good parkerized finish, and the combination of these two features lets you know they understand how an operator wants his beer opened. It functioned exactly as advertised. When you put this rear leg under a bottlecap, there is total purchase. It grabs that cap like no opener I've ever used. This is not some wimpy opener you get in a hotel room that you need to take 3 or 4 tries to get to your barley pop. The cap came off in a fashion I can only describe as "dynamic". Twist offs were easy too, as well as using the tail to pry open a can. I should point out, however, that a true operator needs no tool to get a twist-off or can open. It can come in handy, however, if a lady friend doesn't want to ruin her nails. I will say that this is one well thought out tool that covers everything. I did notice that as the extensive testing went on throughout the night, it got harder and harder to use. I'm not sure why. Anyway, I thought it was so cool that as soon as I got off the kitchen floor this morning, I thought I'd let you all know about it. Highly recommended.