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To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: Can opener that opens both regular and pop-top cans
Date: Sat Dec 21 19:16:32 MST 2013

Automatically open any can, bottle, or jar without the mess

Smart Touch opens cans of all sizes and shapes without leaving sharp edges like ordinary can openers.Just place on the can, touch the button, and let the stainless steel, automatic blade do the work.

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Smart Touch Can Opener - World's Best No-Hands Bottle, Can & Jar Opener

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