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SLSNATFOUND Bottle Opener Jar Openers 5 in 1 Multifunctional Han
SLSNATFOUND Bottle Opener Jar Openers 5 in 1 Multifunctional Han
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NEW amp; HUMANIZED DESIGN: Compared with other bottle openers, this new jar opener can be stretched out casually. Ergonomic handle design offers a firm grip between opener and lid/hand. Nonslip handles ensure safety even when wet, ideal jar openers for seniors ,arthritis sufferers or anyone who wants to opener bottles easily.
5-IN-1 BOTTLE OPENER: Practical handy opener device for safe opening cans or bottles. This silicone jar opener can help release vacuum on jar lids so that we can open any can, jar or bottle easily. Non-slip grip and rubber inside grip can ensure your safety even if your hands are wet.
4 IN 1 JAR OPENER: Ergonomic jar openers with 4 different jar grips, easy to open the bottles or cans you want to. Multiple jaw sizes fit most jar/bottle lid or cap. This opener assistant is also friendly to weak hands. Different sizes fit any size lid or cap, such as ketchup bottle, jelly jars, hot sauce bottle and so on.
PRACTICAL OPENER SET: 2 packs hand openers for different types of wine caps, jar lids, bean cans, covers of the pickle bottles, caps of the sodas amp; soft drinks and so on. Adjustable sizes of opening makes the 4 in 1 and 5 in 1 jar openers extremely convenient to open a variety of cans and bottles. The openers material are durable under any circumstances in your kitchen, and they are easy for storage.
EASY TO USE: Just need to place the 4 IN 1opener on the lid in the right size, turn it around and easily open the seal, or pull it with the 5IN 1lid opener. Moreover, these openers reduce the risk of hurting, and no worry about that cannot open any more.
2 Packs Excellent Jar amp; Bottle Opener Set With the ergonomic and non-slip design, this can opener set is easy and safe to use.
Their appropriate size is very convenient to grip and store.
The useful kitchen gadgets are suitable for people with arthritis and weak hands.
No need to worry about cannot open the bottle or can cap anymore.
4 in 1 Adjustable Jar Opener Material: PP Plastic + Rubber
Ergonomic Design: The contoured handle takes the pressure off your
Free telescopic spiral: With the unique design, the opener can stretch freely.
So it can open larger lids than others.
Practical for different size of kitchen cans, beer, soda, jams, etc.
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