This is the original bent-nail bottle opener designed by Brendan Ravenhill. During childhood in Cote d’Ivoire and summers in coastal Maine, Brendan fell in love with the functional beauty of working tools and wooden boats. This was the beginning of his journey as a designer followed by his studies in sculpture, then wooden boat building, then industrial design, and moved to Los Angeles in 2010, where he is based now. A single bent nail embedded in an ergonomic wooden handle functions as a lever to pry open your beverage. Magnets are inlaid on both sides. One catches the removed bottle cap and the other holds the opener on your fridge when not in use.