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    New question here. PT BO-2 vs BO-3???

    I'm on the market for a new bottle opener. My question is this: Should I spring for the newer BO-3, which has (ostensibly) a better stiffness:weight ratio, or is the BO-2 simply a better value. I'm also willing to consider other brands, thank you!

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    I won a BO-3 at a race a couple weeks ago, its pretty choice. I do have my BO-2 in the tool kit as well. Over both of them though, I prefer my PAUL bottle opener. It is, like all other PAUL components, THE bottle opener.
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    Why on earth did it takes park 3 tries to get a bottle opener right?

    Paul one is cool, one handed and lighter. Comes in orange.

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    The bo-3 is mini, and okay, but the bo-2 is the single finest bike tool I own.

    The 2, hands down.

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    It's between the BO-2 and titanium wayfarers with built in opener. Toughest decision of my life, by far.

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    Just use the bike its self. peddles, doropouts, bar, QR leaver or any other handy tool in your tool box.
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