There are a lot of ways to open a bottle, but this one might be the smallest and lightest on the planet.
Made in the USA of titanium, the PiCO is smaller than a quarter.
It uses leverage from the keychain split ring and your thumb to pop bottles open with a fraction of the material of other keychain openers.
The PiCO was inspired as a way to use extra titanium left over from the milling of other products by Pangea Designs. But it seems the company has hit it out of the park with this product — the Kickstarter campaign went through the roof, generating almost $90,000.
The company’s funding goal was just $3,000.
If you’re looking for a super light way to open a bottle of suds that won’t take up room on your keychain, pick one up for just $11, and never be caught without an opener again.