Posted by AnthonyP on December 31, 2013 at 11:42 AM CST
Diamond Select Toys gives us a super-cool way to open up our bottles in style (and with the force). Below, is the information pertaining to DST's Darth Vader bottle opener:

Itís New Yearís Eve Ė what better way to ring in the new year with a refreshing beverage? And what better way to open a refreshing beverage than with two of the coolest bottle openers ever made? Two new metal bottle openers from Diamond Select Toys hit comic shops today, and whether youíre a fan of Dark Lords of the Sith or Thanos the Mad Titan, youíll want to stop by your nearest store on the way to tonightís festivities and pick one (or both) up!

Star Wars Darth Vader Metal Bottle Opener
I find your lack of a bottle opener disturbing! Make sure you always have a way to open a tasty beverage with this solid metal bottle opener, depicting the portrait fo Darth Vader, Lord of the Sith! It measures 4 inches long, has magnets on the back and opens any bottle cap with ease. Itís an elegant tool for a more civilized age! Comes packaged in a collectorís case with a full-color wrap. (SRP $18.00, Item #AUG132039)
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