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TM reader CoalandIce posted this great pic of yet another use for Stanley’s famous Fubar demolition tool: opening a cold one.  Note that the Fubar on the left is Stanley’s new Xtreme version, which we’ve been totally negligent in reporting about.  We’ll follow up with Stanley and see if we can’t gather some information for you about the exciting future of the Fubar line.

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5 Responses to Stanley Fubar Use #23: Opening a Newcastle

  1. cc says:

    how about this fifteen dollar craftsman bottle opener wrench that I saw today :
    http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/product.do?pid=00944400000
    fifteen dollars… They have a blued version for another ten bucks!

  2. Old Donn says:

    Years ago, when I played hockey, one of my Canadian team mates showed me how to open a bottle with a hockey stick. Like the FUBAR, it worked, but there are better, more efficient tools for the job. You can kill a fly with a hammer too, but why would you want to?

  3. Fred says:

    A pair of pliers works easy enough, and with the money saved I can buy more beer!

  4. Chet says:

    My favorite bottle opening trick is using my wedding band. It takes some practice but works everytime and I always know where it is.

  5. 1389 says:

    Okay, I took the bait and submitted this to Digg. But you really should have shown a video of opening a beer with this tool!

    BTW…in a lot of households and places of business, it’s the female of the species – or both sexes – who use the tools, even heavy tools like this. Back in the day, a business partner and I spent hours tearing out moldy built-in cabinetry using ordinary pry bars and the like. Nasty job! So nobody should assume it’s only a guy thing!

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