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Amazon has Chef Craft Old Fashioned Can Opener with Corkscrew for $1.16 with free Prime shipping. No minimum.
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This looks like it's worth a dollar. The no rush credits makes it tempting
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I used to open cans using something like this but I'm sure the one I used was way better quality. Lasted for decades
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A friend uses these for lobsters
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I used to open cans using something like this but I'm sure the one I used was way better quality. Lasted for decades
Why would you want a can opener like that to last for decades? laugh out loud
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Why would you want a can opener like that to last for decades? laugh out loud
Some people on Slickdeals believe it or not are pretty frugal
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A friend uses these for lobsters
How let me know?
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This looks like it's worth a dollar. The no rush credits makes it tempting
$0.27 after that Digital Credit in 4 10
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I used to open cans using something like this but I'm sure the one I used was way better quality. Lasted for decades
Had an awesome one that my mom gave me when I moved out. Used the turn key style to open it. Magic like quality and never rusted no matter how many times it went through the dishwasher.

Wife threw it out without asking me and got one of the modern ones. Rusted over the first month.
Still pissed over that one.
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They call these old fashioned for a reason. No buy
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How let me know?
Nevermind on lobsters. lol. I meant crab legs. he uses these to open crab legs instead of those plastic openers
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Dead ?
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This type of can openers was invented by the Roman empire, wasn't it? Because my grandpa had one. (Yes, that's strong logic but we live in the age of Trumpism.)
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Why would you want a can opener like that to last for decades? https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif
Not sure, but if i had thousands of little pieces of junk (like what's offered in the OP), then I would be spending thousands of dollars every few years to replace them

Did you know that $100,000 cash is made up of 100,000 pieces of $1?

It may seem trivial to you, but I don't like throwing away money. even if it's a measly dollar.
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