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Mjölnir Bottle Opener Smites Thirst

by Lambert Varias
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The god of thunder is always up for a drink, so he’s offered up his hammer to anyone who wants to get hammered. Unlike the mythical crusher, you only need a modicum of strength to lift this Mjölnir.

thor mjolnir hammer bottle opener

Note that the lead picture on Fancy – shown below – is misleading, as it’s entirely different from the one that’s actually being sold. Thanks to Redditor bobdobbsjr’s sleuthing, we can assume that the bottle opener shown below appears to be a custom job – or at least a Photoshopped image – by Anthony Petrie, who appears to have modded a toy replica of Mjölnir.

custom thor mjolnir bottle opener by anthony petrie

The custom hammer is clearly better, but as far as I know it’s not for sale.

Perhaps only Anthony is worthy of wielding his bottle opener. The rest of us can order the smaller Mjölnir bottle opener from ThinkGeek for $18 (USD). Then get this whiskey if you want to go the extra mile.

[via Fancy & Reddit]

 

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