By Vamien McKalin | May 21, 2012 02:20 PM EDT
We've previously talked about opening a beer bottle with an iPad charger, that didn't worked out well for some who optioned to give it a test drive, however, this might work a lot better and you won't have to put a massive crack in your charger doing it. This new accessory is a case cover for the iPhone 4 and 4S, and what makes it so awesome is that it doubles as a bottle opener. Excited? Well, we are.
The Headcase Bottle Opener Phone Case for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S is not for everyone, and it's definitely not for everyone who open bottles. It's for those who do it a lot and want to look cool doing so. This isn't the first bottle opener case Headcase has manufactured for a mobile phone, but it is the first for the iPhone, which makes it that more stylish and worth the look. This is a case that will surely turn heads and draw a lot of attention from your friends, and even from strangers, because it's not something seen every day.
The bottle opener lies at the back under the camera, and it sticks out to at least half an inch, which makes us wonder how comfortable would this be in the pocket. There are also two fins that are meant to open aluminum cans, so no matter what type of beer you want opened, this baby will get the job done.
We noticed a slight problem with the design though. It is quite possible to damage your phone with this bottle opener case if you're not careful. The headphone jack is right on the top of the iPhone 4S, and popping a bottle without taking your merry little time doing it could cause liquid to enter the headphone jack. It would be safer if the case came with a protective lid to for the jack, however, if you're not too wild when opening a tin or bottle, you should be fine.
Not only is the case a bottle opener, but it's also a protective case for those stressing times when you feel like throwing your iPhone against the wall or under the tracks of a speeding train. But probably it won't survive the train, so, don't try that at the station.
Interested parties should be willing to dig around and pay $12.50 for this thing. We would rather walk around with a regular bottle opener than our iPhone, but that's just us.
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