All Open 8-in-1 Kitchen Tool Review
• Attractive design
• Several useful tools
• Mostly plastic
• Expensive when purchased direct
All Open is a multipurpose 8-in-1 kitchen tool advertised on television.
Claims & Features
- 8 openers in one
- Jar opener, cork screw, foil cutter, wine stopper, opens screw caps, bottle cap opener, tab lift for cans
- Dishwasher safe
Cost & Availability
You can purchase All Open direct from the product website for $19.95 + $7.99 shipping.
It appears that All Open is rolling out to stores such as Bed Bath and Beyond, which now has the product on its website, for about $13. As of this writing, we have not seen it in any stores, and Bed Bath and Beyond lists it as unavailable in all of the locations we checked.
All Open Commercial
The TV commercial below has been airing as of August 2015.
All Open Reviews
All Open is a uniquely designed kitchen opener with multiple functions. There are two tools to open bottles: a standard bottle opener, and a ridged bottle gripper, which fits over bottle caps and can be twisted.
With jars, All Open allows you to slightly stretch the cap to release the air pressure, much the way some people do with a knife or fork – although this seems to be an easier and safer method.
In addition to openers, there are also a couple of features which allow you to store or save beverages, such as a wine cork or can topper.
Our evaluation of All Open gives it positive marks. It performs mostly as claimed, and does in fact replace several standard kitchen tools. Its attractive design allows for display, rather than being tossed in a drawer. Our only “con” may be that it is made entirely of plastic, and long-term durability is of a concern.
Additionally, the current price with shipping of about $28 seems excessive. When it arrives at Bed Bath and Beyond, a $13 price tag seems much more appropriate.
All Open appears to sport the same design as a product called MKTRENDZ Super Opener. These are either competing products in which one is a knockoff or the other, or it’s possible that they are related and marketed under different names in different countries (All Open does state that it is a European design).
Although that product has high ratings on Amazon, you may want to take those with a grain of salt. It appears as of this writing that most of those reviews were in exchange for a free product, and seem somewhat biased.
One reviewer, for example, starts the review claiming she picked it out on her own accord, “I got this for myself because if I’m honest I can’t open things for the life of me,” but then later claims it was sent to her in exchange for a review.
All Open isn’t the only – or even the first – multipurpose opener available. Its function and attractive design, however, make it a worthy competitor in this department.
If you’ve used All Open, please give it a star rating and comment below.