In this day in age, we all appreciate multifaceted products. We love our smart phone that doubles as a flashlight or a pen that doubles as a laser pointer. It’s no wonder that the Challenge Coin Bottle Opener has taken the world by storm. These two products are forces to be reckon with on their own accord, but combined they create a superior invention.
Invention of Challenge Coins
Challenge Coins first originated during World War 1. The story goes that a lieutenant (his name not known) ordered bronze coins and bestowed them upon his unit. Now Challenge Coins are used by sororities , fraternities , companies and organizations. There is rarely a challenge associated with Challenge coins anymore, they are now just given to unify and build morale.
Invention of the Bottle Opener
The bottle opener was invented by William Painter. Mr. Painter is responsible for creating 85 inventions. William Painter’s legacy lives on, as he was inducted in the Hall of Fame for inventors in 2006.
Picture of William Painter
Invention of the Challenge Coin Bottle Opener
The challenge coin company is responsible for creating the first challenge coin/bottle opener. They wanted to create a innovative product that would also be functional. A challenge coin with a bottle opener could be personal but at the same time serve a purpose. Not to mention that enjoying a beer or a bottled coca-cola and collecting challenge coins is a past time enjoyed by many Americans. It’s only natural that they would come together and be a big success amongst consumers.
What does a Challenge Coin Bottle Opener Look Like?
Challenge coin bottle openers can have a circular, rectangular or oval shape. The text and the design option is left up to the customer. There will be a cut placedwithin the challenge coin that will be used as the bottle opener. The challenge coin bottle opener is compact but sturdy. They can open any bottle!
The Challenge coin bottle opener is the perfect memento, It combines tradition and purpose. Challenge coins and bottle openers are definitely the ideal match. It will have you saying “why didn’t I think of that?”.