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Friday, February 26, 2016

Taza Pop The Top

We don't drink very often. Socially at best. When we do though, we always get stuck with no bottle opener. It can be so frustrating to want to do something and not be able to, because of a simple little cap. That is about the time that my husband just gets out his knife and opens them for us. He makes it look so easy, I swear I would probably cut myself, just trying to do it that way. Pop the Top is great for me. He may not need it, but I do.

Pop The Top, is such a cool design. Most openers are so boring. They are all flat and look the same. This one though, is a cylinder type shape. It is easy to hold in your hands and pretty much common sense when you go to use it. The instructions are on the box and I love that they included pictures. I didn't need them to, but I know a lot of people learn things better with pictures, then they do reading words, that could get confusing.

Basically all you do is sit this product on top of your glass bottle, you then turn it and pull up. The grooves inside grab the cap and pull them off of their bottles. You don't have to turn it very much or very hard to get it to work, which is great for people like me, with arthritis. They say it is the "easiest bottle opener." It may be the easiest to use, but I have seen some pretty straightforward easy openers. Like the one on our fridge, that you just slip into the groove and pull up.

All in all, I really like this opener. I think I may use it for our vow renewal in May. I am just afraid that it is to cool and may walk off when we aren't looking. If you need a good bottle opener, that is different from others out there, then you need to check this one out.

Head on over to the Taza Pop The Top product page on Amazon. From there you can find out more about this product, see what other people are saying about it, and you can pick one up for yourself. I think it would be great for home, work, and parties!

I received this product in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion/review.

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