Cap Removal Tool

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  • 5
    Cap Removal Tool

    Posted by RussB on 13th Jun 2022

    Well made metal opener, anodized black with laser etched BCF logo, comes with long ball chain. Works very well to remove the inner cap on gorilla type bottles.

  • 5
    Cap Removal Tool

    Posted by Carol Slaten on 5th Jun 2022

    I finally ordered this and so glad I did. Can't believe I wrestled with these caps breaking fingernails as long as I did. It works great!

  • 5
    Skeptic to Believer

    Posted by Dustin on 31st May 2022

    Ordered this because it was cheap but didn't think it was really going to work. After my initial use I became a believer in its utility. Love the graduated slide to grab some tips or better yet is the "blade" and lift notch on the other side. Well worth the purchase.

  • 5
    Removal tool

    Posted by Neil on 11th Dec 2021

    Works well, not much more to say

  • 5

    Posted by Daniel on 27th Mar 2021

    It works....that's pretty much all you need to know. Also a good beer opener

  • 3
    Bottle opener?

    Posted by Sam Franchi on 17th Jan 2021

    It works ok on loose caps but with tight ones it dont work well so i find myself using a letter opener for the right caps.i used a letter opener to open all my bottles before i got i use the letter opener less lol

  • 5
    Secret Weapon for Commercial or DiY bottles

    Posted by DeeGenerate on 28th Oct 2020

    Use this thing to remove the cap / spout from the 60ml or 120ml bottle. Add a few drops of flavoring, and you’ve got a whole new ball game. It’s a great first step into DiY mixing as well!

  • 5
    Must Have!

    Posted by Gil45 on 19th Sep 2020

    Absolutely a must have tool for anyone into DIY. Makes it so much easier to pop the top off of your bottles. Don't hesitate to get one.

  • 5
    cap removal tool

    Posted by Jonathan Breen on 27th Aug 2020

    This item works great! It doesn't mess up the sides, that tend to leak afterwards when using some other type of tool.