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Have you ever hosted a party and was the designated bottle opener? It can be annoying, right? Especially if the bottle opener is located on your keys. We know, total first world problems!

Well, we have found the ultimate solution to this issue. Los Angeles-based designers Tian Wand and Teague Miller came up with a brilliant concept. This industrial bottle opener actually opens six different bottles at once. That’s right, you won’t have to open individual bottles anymore! With this tool, you can crush six at once!


According to Thrillist, the designers came up with the idea when they were in school. They noted that once they had fully developed the concept “people went bananas over it.” We can definitely see why! The device, which is called the Sixoverone, is currently being crowdfunded on Indiegogo.

The crowdfunding site describes how to use the product a little better. Leave all six bottles in the pack and place the mega bottle opener over top. Just make sure they are all snapped into the openings before prying the bottle caps off. Once they’re set, hold the top of the Sixoverone as well as the handle, then lift. All six bottle caps should seamlessly pop off.


The makers of this device are asking an early bird price of $22. When the Indiegogo campaign ends, it seems like they will be on the market for $25.

For those individuals looking to purchase one for Christmas, it seems like they should arrive before the holidays. So, if you believe in their invention, make sure to donate! You’ll be able to receive the product before they hit the markets.

We are just saying, you’ll most likely be the hit of every holiday party with this in your back pocket! Happy hour is definitely coming early.


Sarah is a Hufflepuff living in NYC. When she is not traveling or talking to random animals, she is working as a script writer. Tweet her at @lumpyspacederp