Opening small bottles on airplane: Problem

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Explorer Steve describes the problem of how to grip and unscrew the tiny (half inch or less) condiment bottle caps that came with his airline meal. Members offer ideas that are reminiscent of earlier Explore Circle discussions about jar openers, with insights about grip and leverage.

The portable jar opener that is metnioned in the discussion is shown in the image attached to this discussion. It can be found in our article Best Jar Openers for Older Hands, together with links showing where to buy it.

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from the San Francisco Village circle discussion September 6th, 2016.

 

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