This is a PET bottle opener with claw for can opener.
[How I designed This]
I distribute PET bottle openers that I designed to various people, but one day I was asked to have the function of a can opener, so I decided to consider a design with a can opener.
At first, I tried to make a slit type. But I found that the slit did not fit well on the pull tab, and the simple claw was excellent in versatility, so I choose the claw.
Due to the claw, my previous octagon shape was replaced with a simple circular shape. In addition, a hole was provided for the string to pass through and also to catch your finger.
If you embed a magnet in the hole, you may be able to attach it to the refrigerator. The diameter of the hole is 4 mm.
As a result, I think this is a pretty cute design.
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