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Barbuzzo Beer Hammer
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- Perfect for any beer swigging, DIY enthusiasts
- Fully functional hammer with nail claw converted into a bottle opener
- Hammer-head can double as an ice crusher
- Rubberized hand grip for safe, secure bottle opening
- Never drink alcoholic beverages while doing any form of construction work
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Drinking beer whilst operating heavy tools and machinery probably isn't the best idea, but if you're ever doing some DIY and fancy a cold one, rest assured you won't be left thirsty with the Friday afternoon hammer. The fully functional hammer can be used for sorting out those nails. Flip it over and the other end has been converted into a bottle opener.
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I suppose this thing would be handy for general bar tending action as well, though I can imagine that if you're busting up ice for drinks with this, you're either tending bar on an ice floe, at an SEC football tailgate party, or working in a carpentry-themed bar of some sort. With any of these, I suppose finesse is not your goal.
If you're like me, and you've stumbled across this while searching for the perfect Christmas gift for that redneck family member who has it all, I might suggest you go the full monty with it, and add on a camouflage six pack holster to complete the look. Otherwise, you're just limiting the party options to bottles only. And after you've busted all of those on nearby road signs, it's good to have a couple of cans handy to celebrate your handiwork.
After a year and a half of occasional use as an ice crushing tool, and storing on a countertop without wiping it down after use, two things have gone wrong:
- The head has loosened and sometimes falls off.
- A handful of small rust spots have developed on one side of the head.
Considering that I have been exposing it to moisture without proper cleanup over an extended period of time, I can't blame the thing for rusting a bit. I feel like I've already gotten my money's worth, and it continues to function. As with most things in the world, it comes with a sticker that says "Made in China."