Instructions: Slide the handle out of the tool until it clicks into place. Place the tool flat on the can, ensuring that none of the blades are resting on the can tab. Gently press the tool down and lightly squeeze the handle to grab the can. When squeezing, you should be able to pick the can up with just the tool. Squeeze the handle until you feel it start to flex. Maintain a consistent squeezing force and begin to rotate the can. Rotate the can at least one half turn until you hear a series of cracks and then a pop. To remove the tool, open the handle all the way so the blades aren't grabbing the can. Rest one of the notches in the handle on the rim of the can and slowly rock in the lid. The lid can then be left attached or removed entirely
Creates an incredibly smooth edge that safely turns your can into a cup
Perfect for adding garnishes or mixing drinks
Accommodates most 8 to 19 oz beverage cans
Made in United States
Body: ABS plastic; Splitters: Stainless steel
One Aluminum Beverage Can Top Opener
Must be rinsed after each session in order for it to perform as designed. If rinsed after each use, no soap is required. If really dirty, warm water and soap can be used. Not dishwasher safe
Safely removes top of can · Use to add garnishes or mix drinks · Accommodates most beverage cans
This can opener is unlike any other because it fully removes the top, creating an incredibly smooth edge that safely turns your can into a cup. By removing the top, you are able to enjoy the aroma of the beverage without the smell of the aluminum. This also makes the can perfect for adding garnishes or mixing drinks. Made in the USA.
Improving the canned drinking experience is Draft Top’s mission. Beverage connoisseurs Armand Ferranti and Alex Caracappa understand that sense of smell is tied to taste. Unfortunately, aluminum cans block the nose and force liquid through a small hole, causing you to drink in air as you go. Surely there had to be a better way to enjoy canned beverages. Inspiration struck when Armand set aside his can of beer to open a bottle of wine with a foil cutter. He wondered if a can could be opened the same way. The two tinkered with prototypes and tested the market on a crowdsourcing site. After further finessing, Draft Top—made in Maryland—became the solution to lifting the lid off aluminum, making room for garnishes, aromas, and smoother, more enjoyable beverages.