Have you ever needed to open a bottled beverage like beer or glass-bottle Coke and been without a bottle opener? At some point, whether traveling or at home, most people have run into this problem.
Fortunately, somewhere in my travels I learned how to open a bottle without a bottle opener. An easy way, too. You don’t need to use your teeth or the table or anything crazy like that. All you need is a belt. To demonstrate that it works, I made a short video of myself opening a bottle with it, which is below (and on YouTube):
More helpful tips and tools for the road
If you’ve ever wondered how to open a bottle without a bottle opener, you’ve probably found yourself in need of other tools while traveling, too. When you leave home, you leave many of your everyday conveniences behind. Things like miniature screwdrivers, clotheslines, laundry detergent, and even a mini plunger (see below) can be a big help when you find yourself in a pickle in an unfamiliar place. So plan ahead. Before your next trip, consider bringing some of these items:
- This Belt Has a Screwdriver Head and More Tools Built Into It
- The Clothesline Every Traveler Needs
- Travel Product of the Week: Scrubba Wash Bag
- Bring a Small Screwdriver
- Travel Product of the Week: Dynamo Illuminator Wind-up LED Flashlight
- The Keyport Pivot: The Swiss Army Knife of Keys
- The Waterproof, Easy-to-Use Toiletry Kit That Every Traveler Needs
- A Home for Your Toothbrush, Razor & More in the Shower
- This Travel Accessory Makes It Easy to Mount Your Device and Watch Movies on a Plane
- Bring a Carabiner to Help Keep Your Luggage Secure
- Bring a Bungee Cord for Added Safety
- Why You Should Bring a Mini Plunger When You Travel
- Bring a Set of Plasticware
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